River Bandits catcher Cart-er Bennett checks for ad-vancing runners after rec-ording the most consequen-tial out of game one of last Wednesday’s double-header. On the play, Bennett was the receiver of a relay throw from Brandon Connell, who cut off a throw from center fielder Trenton Howard …
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Closing out the series on the on the anticipated futures of Columbia High School seniors is career high school athlete, Trenton Howard.
Columbia High baseball earned its first State tournament berth since 2002 with a pair of victories last weekend at the Southwest District Tournament in Castle Rock.
The post-season began Monday in Castle Rock for this year’s 1A Trico League baseball champions against Forks, the No. 4 en-try out of the 1A Evergreen League.
There were so many out-standing performances at last Friday’s Bruin Invitational Track and Field Meet, picking one to lead with was a difficult task.
Sisters Skyla and Willow Hollowell, of White Salmon, were at the top of their disciplines during Oregon Swimming’s 11-14 Age Group State Championships in Corvallis, which were Feb. 22-24.
Senior Hailey Johnson’s fourth-place finish in the State Girls 120-pound weight class led Columbia High’s performance at last weekend’s Mat Classic XXXI in the Tacoma Dome.
RPI No. 9 Trout Lake awaited a rematch with Yakama Nation in a loser-out game at the Yakima Valley District 1B Boys Basketball Tournament in Goldendale.
It’s on to regional wrestling on Saturday for Columbia High boy and girl wrestlers. Seven CHS boys will be in action at the WIAA Region 2 1A tournament in Castle Rock. The meet gets under way at 10 a.m. The 1A Trico League’s top four wrestlers per weight class will square off against the top…
Trout Lake pulled away late in the second quarter at home last Friday on the way to a 72-54 Greater Columbia 1B League girls basketball win over Klickitat/Glenwood.
A school record-setting 2017-18 season for Columbia High wrestlers that included five Bruins winning medals at the State tournament did not result in a larger turnout for the 2018-19 season.
Washington State Parks, including Beacon Rock State Park in Ska-mania County, invites the public to start the new year off with a First Day Hike on Tuesday, Jan. 1, at nearly 40 state parks across Washington. Some parks will offer more than one hike.
The highlight of this month’s White Salmon Valley School Board meeting was a presentation from members of Columbia High School’s Associated Student Body (ASB).
The Lyle/Wishram/Klickitat eight-man football team played the role of barnstormer last week in pursuit of a spot in the eight-team WIAA 1B state tournament field.
Almost written off a year ago, the Columbia High and Trout Lake girls soccer combine bounced back in its reformation season to qualify for the Southwest District 1A playoffs.
A four-match win streak to close out the regular season boosted Columbia High/-Trout Lake from fourth place to second in final 1A Trico League standings and into a Southwest District tournament berth.
Columbia High volleyball reached the turn in the 2018 1A Trico League schedule when it hosted King’s Way in Miller Gym last Thursday.
Columbia High’s boys cross country team was the runaway winner last Wednesday of a seven-team 1A Trico League home meet on the CHS campus.
Forwards Nina Rivalieau and Anna Patterson both scored two goals last Tues-day in Columbia High-Trout Lake’s 5-1 non-league home victory over Irrigon, Ore.
The Columbia High varsity volleyball team in 2018 is being led by a quintet of seniors at key positions, and it includes three players now in their third seasons of varsity volleyball, and three who earned All-Trico honorable mention in 2017.
If you’re a horse enthusiast, who enjoys trail riding, the Equine Trail Sports’ (ETS) trail and obstacle challenge may be the perfect venue for you!
The 2018 high school fall sports season in Klickitat County gets underway on Aug. 31 for the second year in a row with a non-league football game in Columbia High’s Bruin Stadium.
Over the past eight years, Hood River’s Waterfront Park has become home to one of most recognized standup paddle boarding events in the world: The Naish Columbia Gorge Paddle Challenge.
Late last winter, White Salmon Valley Schools Athletic Director Howard Kreps asked longtime Columbia High assistant football coach Dan Smith to replace John Hallead, who had resigned as head football coach at the end of December 2017 after six seasons.
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