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King's Way Christian junior Giovanny Evanson, right, dribbles down the court under pressure from Seton Catholic senior Jacob George on Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022, during the Knights' 32-23 win against Seton Catholic at King's Way Christian High School.

King’s Way clinches Trico League over Seton Catholic

King's Way Christian junior Giovanny Evanson, right, dribbles down the court under pressure from Seton Catholic senior Jacob George on Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022, during the Knights' 32-23 win against Seton Catholic at King's Way Christian High School.

February 1, 2022, 10:20pm Prep Sports

King’s Way Christian and Seton Catholic coaches said it was a case of two teams who are very familiar with each other. Read story

Evergreen High freshman Matt Skimmyhorn, who loves the water but didn't know how to swim, surprised his parents by signing up for the swim team in November.

First-year Evergreen swimmer Matt Skimmyhorn, who’s autistic, is thriving in the pool

Evergreen High freshman Matt Skimmyhorn, who loves the water but didn't know how to swim, surprised his parents by signing up for the swim team in November.

January 30, 2022, 6:00am Newsletter

Robert and Debbie Skimmyhorn were surprised, even a little skeptical, when their son Matt came home several months ago and announced he signed up for the Evergreen High School swim team. Read story

The ball is tipped off as Mountain View takes on Prairie during the first quarter of a basketball game at Mountain View High School on Friday, January 28, 2022. This is the final basketball season that will be played in the schools original gym.

Mountain View’s Thunderdome nears its curtain call

The ball is tipped off as Mountain View takes on Prairie during the first quarter of a basketball game at Mountain View High School on Friday, January 28, 2022. This is the final basketball season that will be played in the schools original gym.

January 28, 2022, 10:50pm Prep Sports

The Mountain View High School gym represents four decades of Clark County prep basketball history and countless memories among the people who played there, some later coaching there too. Read story

Skyview, Evergreen, Prairie bowlers bound for state

January 28, 2022, 7:28pm Prep Sports

Addysen Case won the Class 4A district individual title Friday at Husted's Hazel Dell Lanes by tallying 673 pins across three games, helping the Storm capture the 4A team title with 4,073 pins and qualify for next week’s Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association state championships at University Place. Read story

Ridgefield's Henry Hughes (21) attempts to get down the court while being defended by R. A. Long's Jamond Harris (14) during the first quarter of a basketball game at Ridgefield High School on Thursday, January 27, 2022.

R.A. Long gets by Ridgefield with buzzer-beating layup

Ridgefield's Henry Hughes (21) attempts to get down the court while being defended by R. A. Long's Jamond Harris (14) during the first quarter of a basketball game at Ridgefield High School on Thursday, January 27, 2022.

January 27, 2022, 10:45pm Prep Sports

Cavin Holden drove the length of the court with five seconds left, outracing Ridgefield’s defense and flipping in a left-handed layup at the buzzer and R.A. Long won 59-57 on Thursday to stay in first place in the 2A Greater St. Helens League standings. Read story

Camas senior Carson Frawley, left, shoots the ball Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, during the Papermakers??? 83-38 win against the Hilanders at Camas High School.

Camas sweeps busy week with win over Kelso

Camas senior Carson Frawley, left, shoots the ball Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, during the Papermakers??? 83-38 win against the Hilanders at Camas High School.

January 21, 2022, 10:44pm Prep Sports

The Camas Papermakers boys basketball team capped off a busy week of four games in as many days with their most convincing performance of the slate, an 83-38 win over Class 3A Kelso on Friday night. Read story

Prairie?s Drew Martin, center, puts up a shot in traffic around Mountain View defenders David Tauscher (23), Isaiah Vargas (1) and Jacob Martin (0) on Thursday at Prairie High School.

Mountain View posts another close win in comeback at Prairie

Prairie?s Drew Martin, center, puts up a shot in traffic around Mountain View defenders David Tauscher (23), Isaiah Vargas (1) and Jacob Martin (0) on Thursday at Prairie High School.

January 20, 2022, 10:50pm Prep Sports

Mountain View has had a penchant for dramatic finishes in recent days. Read story

Union's Yanni Fassillis, left, puts up a shot in the paint over Battle Ground's Austin Ralphs (0) during Friday's 4A GSHL game.

Back at full strength, Union zips past Battle Ground

Union's Yanni Fassillis, left, puts up a shot in the paint over Battle Ground's Austin Ralphs (0) during Friday's 4A GSHL game.

January 7, 2022, 11:00pm Prep Sports

While senior point guard Bryson Metz sat out three games earlier this season with a sprained ankle, Union’s supporting cast of players stepped into larger roles. Read story

Skyview junior Jordan Labrador-Hallett, right, steals the ball from Heritage’s Sarah Bautista on Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022, during the Storm’s 66-40 win against the Timberwolves at Heritage High School.

Skyview holds down Heritage, grabs 66-40 win

Skyview junior Jordan Labrador-Hallett, right, steals the ball from Heritage’s Sarah Bautista on Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022, during the Storm’s 66-40 win against the Timberwolves at Heritage High School.

January 4, 2022, 10:59pm Prep Sports

Winning has become a familiar feeling for the Skyview girls basketball team this season, but the Storm is quick to move forward and focus on what they need to improve. Read story

NWAC executive director Marco Azurdia, pictured here in 2013, announced on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, that the NWAC basketball season will pause until the week of Jan. 17 in the hopes to avoid future cancellations due to COVID-19.

NWAC in holding pattern for basketball

NWAC executive director Marco Azurdia, pictured here in 2013, announced on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, that the NWAC basketball season will pause until the week of Jan. 17 in the hopes to avoid future cancellations due to COVID-19.

December 31, 2021, 4:34pm College

The emerging omicron variant, holiday gatherings further spreading the virus and cancellations across other college and professional sports were all factors in the Northwest Athletic Conference’s decision to delay men’s and women’s basketball by two weeks, NWAC executive director Marco Azurdia said. Read story