Portland opens tournament against Halifax
With the projected top three picks in June's National Hockey League draft on the ice, the Portland Winterhawks' first game at the Memorial Cup tournament won't lack for star power.
Timbers at Vancouver Whitecaps, 4 p.m. Saturday (TV: Root Sports, cable Ch. 34)
Greg Jayne: By the Numbers
Baseball's most unbreakable record? That's not easy.
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High school results from Friday, May 18
Sophomore qualifies for state in 100, 200 meters
WASHOUGAL -- Ridgefield sophomore Raigan Page did not start the Class 2A district meet as well as she expected. However, as the races picked up on Friday afternoon, Page and her Ridgefield relay teammates earned high honors.
Both teams win two games at bi-district softball tourney
TACOMA -- Camas and Skyview just might face each other Saturday in the finals of the Class bi-district softball tournament.
Efraimson, Gilbert win girls, boys 1,600 meters
The big names performed as expected, but Friday's Class 4A bi-district track and field meet was really about people like Camille Parsons.
The Prairie Falcons traveled all the way to Tacoma just to watch some softball Friday. They didn't get a chance to play.
The Vancouver Volcanoes saw their six-game International Basketball League win streak come to a halt with a 134-116 loss to the Salem Sabres on Friday.
Kipnis' HR gives Indians 6-3 win
Jason Kipnis' three-run homer in the 10th inning gave the Cleveland Indians a 6-3 win over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night.
A pair of local products will have a homecoming of sorts on Saturday at Portland State's spring football game.
Two more Clark County athletes make college choices
Candace Buckner: Commentary
Ashley Corral never saw this one coming because she has only pictured herself wearing a WNBA jersey.
Trevor Huddleston, Woodland baseball