Community sports scoreboard: Results include bowling, high school equestrian, and golf
Vancouver bowler rolls first 300 game at age 65
In four decades of bowling in the Cosmopolitan League at Husted's Hazel Dell Lanes, Doug Neth has made many memories.
Area participants turn in top results of bike, run race
EDITOR'S NOTE: Details of the King's Way lacrosse matches in this report have been updated/corrected. Vancouver athletes were the top two finishers on Saturday in the 29th-annual Spring Classic Duathlon.
Community sports results for week ending March 31: Bowling, golf, tennis
A tire throw earned Chad Kruppner of Battle Ground first place on Saturday at the end of the March Muddy Madness race.
Ben Morasch scored the go-ahead goal with just over three minutes left in regulation on Wednesday to lift Union to a 7-6 boys lacrosse win over Camas in the first meeting between the new teams.
Local athletes participated in Washington Winter Games
Five basketball teams and 11 skiers and snowboarders from Southwest Washington won medals during the Special Olympics of Washington Winter Games.
Community sports results: bowling and gymnastics
Jordan Chiles is one of nine girls with high qualifications
Jordan Chiles, who will turn 12 next month, is one of nine girls ages 11-15 in the United States who currently holds USA Gymnastics junior international elite status.
Community sports results, week ending March 18
Columbia River senior Clayton Frank was among the players recognized by U.S. Lacrosse as one of the Washington players of the week for the first week of the high school season.
The Pacific Middle School eighth-grade boys basketball team capped an unbeaten season by winning the Greater St. Helens Middle School League tournament March 2 at Union High School.
James Nosack of Vancouver scored his ninth goal of the season on Sunday to help the Portland Timbers Academy under-18 squad to a 3-1 win over Nomads FC in San Diego.
Community sports results for bowling and high school equestrian