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March 5, 2024

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Finding solutions to struggles: Trying times for Fort Vancouver Trappers

‘Outside-the-box’ ideas implemented as high school’s sports programs aim for return to prosperity

By , Columbian staff writer
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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.

Not only because the Trappers scored their most points in a game in six seasons, but Cvitkovich saw the performance as a turning point — even if it is competing against opponents from schools with a fraction of Fort’s enrollment.

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