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Hudson's Bay freshman Aniyah Hampton runs the fast break during a 62-41 win over Woodland.

Hudson’s Bay girls turn tables on Woodland, 62-41

Hudson's Bay freshman Aniyah Hampton runs the fast break during a 62-41 win over Woodland.

December 12, 2018, 11:11pm Prep Sports

To the Hudson’s Bay girls basketball team, Tuesday night proved what a difference a year can make. Read story

Battle Ground sophomore Kaden Perry finishes a two-handed dunk as Prairie players Kam Osborn, Gabe Lilly and Zeke Dixson look on in the second quarter of a 69-68 overtime win on Tuesday night at Battle Ground High School.

Saved by the Beall, Battle Ground beats Prairie in OT

Battle Ground sophomore Kaden Perry finishes a two-handed dunk as Prairie players Kam Osborn, Gabe Lilly and Zeke Dixson look on in the second quarter of a 69-68 overtime win on Tuesday night at Battle Ground High School.

December 11, 2018, 10:59pm Prep Sports

As Battle Ground drew up its final play in the timeout, trailing by one point with 14 seconds left in overtime, there was no question where the ball was going: to junior guard Brendan Beall. Read story

Camas soccer standout Maddie Kemp is pictured at The Columbian on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 20, 2018.

All-Region girls soccer: Maddie Kemp, Camas

Camas soccer standout Maddie Kemp is pictured at The Columbian on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 20, 2018.

December 6, 2018, 10:17pm Prep Sports

The bouncing ball zipped to her feet with pace. Read story

La Center’s Hailey Grotte, the All-Region Swimmer of the Year, is pictured at The Columbian on Monday afternoon, Nov. 19, 2018.

All-Region girls swimming: Hailey Grotte, La Center

La Center’s Hailey Grotte, the All-Region Swimmer of the Year, is pictured at The Columbian on Monday afternoon, Nov. 19, 2018.

December 4, 2018, 11:19pm Prep Sports

La Center junior makes most of limited time in pool this fall Read story

NFL quarterback Marcus Mariota's shoes, which he will wear during a Thursday Night Football game as part of an NFL charity event, were designed by King's Way freshman Olive Mohammadi. The design was a nod to Mariota's time Hawaiian roots.

Titans’ Mariota to wear cleats designed by King’s Way students

NFL quarterback Marcus Mariota's shoes, which he will wear during a Thursday Night Football game as part of an NFL charity event, were designed by King's Way freshman Olive Mohammadi. The design was a nod to Mariota's time Hawaiian roots.

December 4, 2018, 2:19pm Clark County Sports

When Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota steps onto the field Thursday, he’ll be wearing shoes with a decidedly local flare. Mariota selected cleats designed by King’s Way Christian students Olive Mohammadi and Sarah Turcic to wear in the Titans’ game on Thursday as a part of the NFL’s… Read story

The Hawk circle up to pump each other up before the 2A state football championship game against Lynden on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, in Tacoma, Wash.

Hockinson beats Lynden 42-37, repeats as 2A football state champions

The Hawk circle up to pump each other up before the 2A state football championship game against Lynden on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, in Tacoma, Wash.

December 1, 2018, 3:44pm Football

Hawks rally in 2nd half to win second straight title Read story

Hockinson’s potent offense which produced 3,571 passing yards and 52 touchdown passes from quarterback Levi Crum (14, above), got its start when Rick Steele (below left) returned as head coach in 2014 and hired Josh Racanelli (below center) as offensive coordinator. His offense helped Hockinson win its first state title (below right) in 2017.

Handshake agreement: How Hockinson’s offense evolved into one of state’s most elite

Hockinson’s potent offense which produced 3,571 passing yards and 52 touchdown passes from quarterback Levi Crum (14, above), got its start when Rick Steele (below left) returned as head coach in 2014 and hired Josh Racanelli (below center) as offensive coordinator. His offense helped Hockinson win its first state title (below right) in 2017.

November 30, 2018, 8:28pm Prep Sports

HOCKINSON — Sitting in the stands at a Hockinson High School basketball game, Rick Steele extended his hand for an introductory shake. Read story

King's Way and Prairie boys basketball players ready for the opening tip of the 2018-19 season in a nonleague game at Prairie High School on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018.

Prairie’s Kameron Osborn calm, cool, collected in season opening win over King’s Way

King's Way and Prairie boys basketball players ready for the opening tip of the 2018-19 season in a nonleague game at Prairie High School on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018.

November 28, 2018, 10:53pm Sports

BRUSH PRAIRIE — Kameron Osborn was smiling during warmups, and even flashed a few grins during play on Wednesday night. Read story

Hockinson's Levi Crum (14) stiff-arms Woodland's Elijua Schultz (22) during Friday night's game in Hockinson on Sept. 28, 2018.

Hockinson QB Crum firing where Canon left off

Hockinson's Levi Crum (14) stiff-arms Woodland's Elijua Schultz (22) during Friday night's game in Hockinson on Sept. 28, 2018.

November 27, 2018, 9:05pm Prep Sports

Junior quarterback has numbers that are close to his predecessor Read story

Mountain View head coach Adam Mathieson addresses his team moments after a 24-7 loss to O'Dea in the 3A state semifinals at Skyline High School on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018.

Mountain View beset by ground game in 24-7 loss to O’Dea in 3A semis

Mountain View head coach Adam Mathieson addresses his team moments after a 24-7 loss to O'Dea in the 3A state semifinals at Skyline High School on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018.

November 24, 2018, 7:14pm Football

SAMMAMISH — Minutes after an impassioned end-of-season speech from their coach and a round of big, sweaty hugs with family members, Garrett Moen ran over to teammate, friend and backfield companion Jack Mertens. Moen jumped on his back. The two started laughing, one of them doing… Read story