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New Columbia River boys basketball coach Travis Drake, gray shirt, has held multiple administrative roles in the Battle Ground School District.

Travis Drake returns to coaching with Columbia River boys basketball

New Columbia River boys basketball coach Travis Drake, gray shirt, has held multiple administrative roles in the Battle Ground School District.

May 9, 2022, 3:48pm Prep Sports

Just what has Travis Drake, Columbia River High’s new boys basketball coach, missed the most in 14 years since his last high school basketball head-coaching job? Read story

Evergreen High School senior golfer Hilary Yoon is pictured at Fairway Village Golf Course on Thursday afternoon, April 28, 2022.

Evergreen golfer Hilary Yoon dreams of a course to citizenship

Evergreen High School senior golfer Hilary Yoon is pictured at Fairway Village Golf Course on Thursday afternoon, April 28, 2022.

May 7, 2022, 6:01am Latest News

Hilary Yoon’s had a typical American upbringing, yet grew up knowing she isn’t a United States citizen. Now, she’s fighting for her legal future as a Documented Dreamer and navigating how to remain in a country she considers home. Read story

The Skyview Storm huddle postgame after a 2-0 win over Camas to clinch a 4A bi-district playoff spot.

Skyview baseball clinches playoff spot with shutout of Camas

The Skyview Storm huddle postgame after a 2-0 win over Camas to clinch a 4A bi-district playoff spot.

May 2, 2022, 10:40pm Prep Sports

For the Skyview Storm, their league finale felt like a playoff game. And why not given the win-or-go-home playoff berth at stake Monday at Propstra Stadium.  Read story

The Fort Vancouver girls basketball team huddles for a cheer during a timeout in a December nonleague contest against 1B Columbia Adventist. The Trappers went 2-15 last winter playing a modified schedule of league and independent opponents. The girls soccer program also played a modified schedule of subvarsity opponents and varsity opponents in lower classifications.

Finding solutions to struggles: Trying times for Fort Vancouver Trappers

The Fort Vancouver girls basketball team huddles for a cheer during a timeout in a December nonleague contest against 1B Columbia Adventist. The Trappers went 2-15 last winter playing a modified schedule of league and independent opponents. The girls soccer program also played a modified schedule of subvarsity opponents and varsity opponents in lower classifications.

May 1, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

It has been months since Kaeleb Cvitkovich quarterbacked Fort Vancouver High School’s football team, but the junior is quick to point out the 50-42 defeat last October to Columbia High of White Salmon as his favorite memory. Read story

Owen Frasier coached the Fort Vancouver boys and girls cross country teams for 12 years, building success for the program before leaving for a coaching position at Clark College.

Helping kick-start success in cross country at Fort Vancouver

Owen Frasier coached the Fort Vancouver boys and girls cross country teams for 12 years, building success for the program before leaving for a coaching position at Clark College.

May 1, 2022, 6:00am Clark County News

One week after being introduced as Clark College’s new men’s and women’s cross country coach, Owen Frasier had already garnered 11 verbal commitments. Read story

The Camas School District is investigating allegations of racist taunts by students during a girls basketball game at Camas High School on Dec. 10. A complaint was made by Benson High coach Eric Knox, who at one point walked onto the court to confront the student section during a timeout.

Camas investigation reveals ‘racial microaggressions’ toward Black Skyview athlete

The Camas School District is investigating allegations of racist taunts by students during a girls basketball game at Camas High School on Dec. 10. A complaint was made by Benson High coach Eric Knox, who at one point walked onto the court to confront the student section during a timeout.

April 27, 2022, 10:50pm Clark County News

A week-long investigation into alleged racist language used by Camas High School baseball players toward a Black Skyview player concluded Wednesday with Camas acknowledging “racial microaggressions” took place at the April 20 junior-varsity baseball game between the two schools. Read story

Finishing touches are being put on the installation of a new artificial turf on the junior varsity baseball field at Camas High School on Oct. 27, 2020.

Camas High School officials acknowledge ‘inappropriate behavior’ by baseball players

Finishing touches are being put on the installation of a new artificial turf on the junior varsity baseball field at Camas High School on Oct. 27, 2020.

April 26, 2022, 11:11pm Clark County News

Administrators from Camas High School admit a number of Papermaker baseball players engaged in “inappropriate behavior” during last week’s junior-varsity contest between Camas and Skyview high schools. Read story

Players from the Battle Ground and Skyview baseball teams stand arm in arm in a show against discrimination prior to their game at Propstra Stadium on Monday.

High school baseball teams take stand against discrimination

Players from the Battle Ground and Skyview baseball teams stand arm in arm in a show against discrimination prior to their game at Propstra Stadium on Monday.

April 25, 2022, 10:01pm Clark County News

A show of unity. A show of support. Read story

Evergreen's DJ Edmondson (5) drives towards the basketball during Saturday's 3A winner-to-state playoff at Mountain View.

Levy failure could hurt Evergreen’s middle school sports, high school athletic directors jobs

Evergreen's DJ Edmondson (5) drives towards the basketball during Saturday's 3A winner-to-state playoff at Mountain View.

April 20, 2022, 10:56am Clark County Politics

Major cuts in Evergreen Public Schools will have significant impacts on high school and middle school sports if voters reject the district’s levy for a second time this year.  Read story

Western Washington's Brooke Walling (15) is introduced prior to the NCAA Division II women?s championship game Friday, March 25, 2022, at Birmingham, Ala.

Prairie grad Walling rekindles love for basketball at Western Washington

Western Washington's Brooke Walling (15) is introduced prior to the NCAA Division II women?s championship game Friday, March 25, 2022, at Birmingham, Ala.

March 30, 2022, 7:02pm College

Western Washington’s women’s basketball team fell short of winning the NCAA Division II national title last week, but Brooke Walling came home with good memories, big-game performances, and at least one keepsake item, albeit temporary: a black eye. Read story