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.
White Salmon High School Equestrian Team moved into post-season competition following tabulations of results from the three season meets in Moses Lake.
Columbia High takes on Tuesday’s winner between Elma and La Center today at 5 p.m. in Montesano, in the first of two Southwest District Class 1A Boys Soccer Tournament semifinals.
A pair of losses to Stevenson last week eliminated Columbia High from South-west District playoff contention.
Last week was a busy one for Columbia High’s track and field teams. They had a 1A Trico League meet at Stevenson on Wednesday and the Panther Invitational at Washougal on Friday.
The lone goal scored in last week’s 1A Trico League boys soccer showdown be-tween Columbia High and La Center came midway through the first half.
Columbia High baseball’s chance of making the district playoffs in 2016 took a hit in last week’s 1A Trico League series against La Center.
Columbia High won three of five matches here on April 12 to notch its second SW Washington League victory in two starts.
Results from last Wednesday's, March 30, Track and Field meet at CHS.
Columbia High boys soccer made its 1A Trico League 3-0 last week with victories over Stevenson and King’s Way.
Young is a modifier that fits the 2016 Columbia High softball team like a glove.
Ivan Cortes wasn't part of last year's CHS boys soccer team that advanced to the WIAA 1A tournament for the eighth consecutive time. The senior midfielder made his presence on this year's team felt early on during last Friday's non-league season-opener in Bruin Stadium, however.
Columbia High baseball makes its 2016 debut this Saturday with a pair of games at the Max Beatty Invitational hosted by Fort Vancouver High School.
At the end of last Friday’s consolation rounds at the 28th annual WIAA Mat Classic in Tacoma, senior Paul “Bubba” Demchuk was the only Columbia High wrestler still standing.