It was the same opponent and same result for Columbia High football in its 2017 season opener last Thursday.
The 2017 Columbia Gorge River Bandits baseball will feature three All-Trico players.
The competition at this year’s state 1B/2B/1A track and field championships in Cheney proved to be as stiff as its ever been for Klickitat County athletes.
Columbia High’s 2017 fastpitch regular season concluded last week with an 18-7 1A Trico League loss to La Center.
William Gross pitched a complete-game four-hitter and batted in three runs on Monday to lead Columbia High past Montesano, 7-3, in a first-round game of the Southwest District 1A baseball tournament.
A pair of shutouts in the final week of the 2017 regular season clinched a Southwest District 1A boys soccer tournament berth for Columbia High.
Columbia High started 1A Trico League play on Tuesday on the heels of splitting its final non-league double-header of the season last Friday.
Columbia High divided its two Southwest Washington 1A League girls tennis meets here last week but retained its place atop the standings.
A wet month of March put a damper on the start of Columbia High’s 2017 softball season. Standing water on Bruin Ballpark’s infield made conducting full practices outdoors impossible for the Bru-ins during the season’s first weeks. Moreover, the team lost its first six games (three double-headers) to weather cancellation.
Junior Adam Goodwillie threw a complete-game shutout here last Friday to lead Columbia High past Fort Vancouver in non-league baseball action.
Columbia High left eight men on base, and six of them in scoring position, during last Thursday’s 9-2 non-league baseball loss to Washougal on Hecomovich Field.
Columbia High sits atop 1A Trico League boys soccer standings after the opening week of action. The Bruins won matches at Seton Prep (2-1) on March 21, in Camas, and against Stevenson (3-1) here last Thursday to make their record 2-0.
Hecomovich Field was almost snow-free on Monday. But, it snowed on Tuesday, so the field once again got some unwanted moisture.
Probably the most marked improvement in Columbia High’s varsity baseball team this year will be in its pitching staff.
Columbia High School students name bear mascot.