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Woodland's Kelly Sweyer catches the ball for the first out of the 7th inning during the 2A softball state championship game against W.F. West on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at Carlon Park in Selah, Wash.

Podcast: Full Circle Ep. 32 — Woodland’s Kelly Sweyer

Woodland's Kelly Sweyer catches the ball for the first out of the 7th inning during the 2A softball state championship game against W.F. West on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at Carlon Park in Selah, Wash.

May 12, 2020, 6:22pm Podcasts

Woodland senior Kelly Sweyer, a two-time state softball champion, discusses what makes Woodland High School a special place for athletes, what the Beavers’ softball team could have achieved this season and her future at University of Montana on the 32nd installment of the Full Circle podcast. Available at … Read story

Heritage High senior lineman Cade Gardner.

Heritage’s Cade Gardner jumps into community service

Heritage High senior lineman Cade Gardner.

May 8, 2020, 6:32pm Prep Sports

Heritage High senior Cade Gardner’s desire to give back to the community, nurtured in youth football, is unrelenting. Read story

Ridgefield's Brooke Weese heads the ball over Selah defenders in the 2A third-place match last fall. The one-time Concordia commit will now play collegiate soccer at Humboldt State due to Concordia's closure in February.

Local Concordia commits headed in a new direction

Ridgefield's Brooke Weese heads the ball over Selah defenders in the 2A third-place match last fall. The one-time Concordia commit will now play collegiate soccer at Humboldt State due to Concordia's closure in February.

May 6, 2020, 5:21pm Newsletter

The text message arrived on Feb. 10: Concordia University was closing. For three local Cavalier commits, their collegiate dreams were suddenly in doubt. Read story

Washougal resident Mark Fennell pitches into the 10th green at Tri-Mountain Golf Course on Tuesday in Ridgefield. Fennell has been staying active by golfing in Oregon but enjoyed the sunshine as golf courses reopened Tuesday around Washington.

Golf gets back into the swing after virus closure

Washougal resident Mark Fennell pitches into the 10th green at Tri-Mountain Golf Course on Tuesday in Ridgefield. Fennell has been staying active by golfing in Oregon but enjoyed the sunshine as golf courses reopened Tuesday around Washington.

May 5, 2020, 7:24pm Clark County Sports

Sunshine and blue skies welcomed golf’s return to Washington. Read story

All-region girls soccer player of the year, Yaneisy Rodriguez of Columbia River, is pictured at The Columbian in Vancouver on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019.

River’s Rodriguez inks with UW women’s soccer

All-region girls soccer player of the year, Yaneisy Rodriguez of Columbia River, is pictured at The Columbian in Vancouver on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019.

May 1, 2020, 3:08pm Prep Sports

Columbia River senior Yaneisy Rodriguez wasn’t prepared to settle. After decommiting from the University of Nevada last fall, she received several offers from schools around the region. She considered playing professionally in Mexico if the right opportunity didn’t present itself. Read story

Washougalis Julien Jones (3) defends a pass from Columbia Riveris Alex Miller (3) at Columbia River High School on Friday night, Jan. 17, 2020.

Podcast: Full Circle Ep. 31 — Columbia River’s Alex Miller

Washougalis Julien Jones (3) defends a pass from Columbia Riveris Alex Miller (3) at Columbia River High School on Friday night, Jan. 17, 2020.

April 29, 2020, 3:16pm Podcasts

Columbia River senior and three-sport athlete Alex Miller discusses students’ responses to the coronavirus pandemic, his rapid rise in tennis and qualification for the state championships, and how he’s taken on a leadership role at the school this year. Available on 360preps.com and on Google, Apple and Spotify podcasts. Read story

Skyview High graduate Ian Hamilton was looking forward to solidifying his role with the Chicago White Sox after an injury-plagued 2019 season. The pitcher is spending the shutdown working out at the team's spring training facility in Arizona. (Ross D.

Coronavirus throws curve to Clark County pro ballplayers

Skyview High graduate Ian Hamilton was looking forward to solidifying his role with the Chicago White Sox after an injury-plagued 2019 season. The pitcher is spending the shutdown working out at the team's spring training facility in Arizona. (Ross D.

April 21, 2020, 4:45pm Clark County Sports

Union alumnus Brady Whalen spent all of two days at the St. Louis Cardinals’ spring training facility in Florida before the baseball season was abruptly put on pause as COVID-19 cancelled sporting events nationwide for the foreseeable future. Read story

Mountain View junior pitcher Sydney Brown's smile rarely leaves her face. Her 153 strikeouts in 90 innings are intimidating, as is, her grin only throws hitters off even more, catcher Kinsey Martin says.

Podcast: Full Circle Ep. 30 — Mountain View softball’s Sydney Brown

Mountain View junior pitcher Sydney Brown's smile rarely leaves her face. Her 153 strikeouts in 90 innings are intimidating, as is, her grin only throws hitters off even more, catcher Kinsey Martin says.

April 14, 2020, 6:37pm Podcasts

Mountain View softball senior Sydney Brown discusses the impact COVID-19 had on her and the Thunder softball team, which was coming off a fourth-place state finish. She discusses her commitment to Western Washington University and what she’s doing to prepare for collegiate softball despite Washington state’s stay-at home orders. Available… Read story

Riley Bufford played soccer at Prairie High School. Now, the U.S. Navy petty officer finds a similar teamwork and camaraderie  while playing for the Navy's first esports team, Goats and Glory.

Ex-Prairie soccer standout finds thrills with U.S. Navy esports team

Riley Bufford played soccer at Prairie High School. Now, the U.S. Navy petty officer finds a similar teamwork and camaraderie  while playing for the Navy's first esports team, Goats and Glory.

April 14, 2020, 5:17pm Clark County Sports

Petty Officer Riley Bufford, a 2013 Prairie graduate, never believed he’d be playing video games for the United States Navy. But last December, when the Navy began recruiting gamers for its first esports team. Bufford was picked as one of the first 10 members of the team, named Goats and… Read story

Trevor Jasinsky led the Vikings to a pair of NCAA Championship West Regionals and Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships. He was a two-time unanimous first-team all-GNAC selection and a three-time all-GNAC academic award recipient.

Vikings’ basketball ironman Jasinsky sets sail

Trevor Jasinsky led the Vikings to a pair of NCAA Championship West Regionals and Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships. He was a two-time unanimous first-team all-GNAC selection and a three-time all-GNAC academic award recipient.

April 10, 2020, 6:30pm College

Camas alum Trevor Jasinsky never missed a game the entirety of his basketball career at Western Washington University. Read story