The 2016 football season for Columbia High has come down to one game.
Columbia High volleyball put itself in the hunt for a Southwest District tournament berth last week with a pair of Trico League wins in Miller Gym.
Columbia High girls soccer notched its first Trico League win of 2016 here on Oct. 11: a 3-1 result against Stevenson.
Trout Lake boys soccer ended an otherwise successful week last Saturday with a 5-3 loss at home to Oregon 3A school De La Salle, of Portland.
It was one last cross country meet for old times sake last Wednesday.
Klickitat/Glenwood and Lyle/Wishram varsity volleyball shared an opponent last week: Yakama Nation.
Sami Tardiff and Keyla Manly each had nine kills on Sept. 19 as the Bruins prevailed over the host Washougal Panthers in five sets.
Lyle/Wishram/Klickitat scored on the opening drive of last Saturday’s 2B Eastern Washington Athletic Conference game against undefeated Kittitas, in Lyle.
Lyle/Wishram/Klickitat earned its first victory of the season last Friday, downing visiting Goldendale, 22-0, in non-league 11-man football action in Lyle.
Junior Haley Blair had the top finish of Columbia High runners who competed last Saturday at the Three-Course Challenge in Seaside, Ore.
Dominant. Efficient. Those words best described Columbia High’s performance in its season-opening football victory over Goldendale here last Friday.
Running runs in the Putnam family, so it came as no surprise that Trout Lake senior Bethany Putnam won her first state track and field championship in a running event.
The bleachers at the javelin venue filled up slowly last Saturday, but by start time for the 1B girls event, they were full.
Fourth places. Bruins Coach Doug Miller made the words sound like an epithet when he spoke them early last Thursday evening at the Southwest District 1A Track and Field Championships.
For the first time since 2007, the WIAA’s Class 1A boys soccer Group of 16 will not include Columbia High.