Columbia High’s transport to the WIAA Class 1A Track and Field Championships in Cheney today will be carrying a lighter load than the one that took CHS athletes to last Friday’s Southwest District meet in Vancouver.
There are always winners and losers in high school sports competitions; the system is designed to produce such results.
Columbia High received a handsome reward for finishing second in the Southwest District 1A boys soccer tournament last weekend: An opening-round match of the state tournament on its home pitch.
Twenty-six Columbia High track and field athletes will give it their best on Friday in their attempts to qualify for next weekend’s WIAA championships.
Columbia High’s girls tennis team won all five varsity matches in its 1A Trico League meet at Stevenson last Thursday.
Columbia High must win two of three games against Kalama this week to lock up the No. 3 seed in next week’s Southwest District Class 1A Baseball Tournament.
The scene at home plate last Friday said it all. Bruin baseballers mobbed seniors Dawson Reynier and Kyler Riggleman after the two combined to produce the winning run in a 4-3 Trico League victory over visiting La Center.
With two wins and a draw last week, Columbia High retained its hold on first place in 1A Trico League boys soccer standings.
The 2015 softball season for Columbia High began last week with a three-game 1A Trico League series versus Castle Rock.
Columbia High girls tennis opened its 2015 season on March 27 with a 4-1 meet win at Stevenson.
Nine returning starters bolster the 2015 Columbia High boys soccer team that is hoping to make a stronger start than the 2014 version did...
The Horizon Christian Hawks of Hood River opened the Oregon Class 1A Boys Basketball Tournament on Wednesday with a game against the Crosshill Christian from Turner.
The third time was not at all charming for Columbia High’s girls basketball team in its Southwest District 1A game last Thursday against Trico League co-champion Kalama.
To experienced and inexperienced wrestlers alike, state competitions can be unkind.
Columbia High senior Regina Bell will be returning to the WIAA Mat Classic in Tacoma on Friday for a shot at her first state medal.