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Idaho is place to Bea as Washougal sisters soon be on roster together

May 14, 2020, 8:00pm Clark County Sports

Amid the pandemic, there seems to be only one game being played these days — the waiting game. But when making plans for her college future, Skylar Bea saw no point in waiting. Read story

Union’s Tanner Toolson commits to BYU

May 14, 2020, 6:07pm Newsletter

Tanner Toolson will play college basketball for a program he’s cheered for, watched legends play for, and a place he calls the big time.  That big time for Toolson is Brigham Young University, one of four Division I programs the 6-foot-5 Union High School senior listed… Read story

Spring back: Mountain View soccer on the map with consecutive state titles

May 14, 2020, 5:55pm Prep Sports

In 1991, Mountain View became the first Clark County school to win a state championship in boys soccer. The Thunder would go on to win three consecutive state titles and appear in four straight state final matches. Read story

Mountain View coach fulfills ‘Senior Wishes’ to brighten students’ days

May 13, 2020, 4:55pm Prep Sports

Dan Larson isn’t Santa Claus, but is granting wishes as if he is a genie. Read story

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

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

Spring Back: Vancouver’s Clem Eischen was master of the mile

May 12, 2020, 5:56pm Prep Sports

Because of World War II, the 1943 season was the only other spring prep season to be canceled before this year. In 1944, Clem Eischen of Vancouver High would win the first of his two track and field state titles in the mile. He would go on to compete at Washington State and in the 1948 Olympic Games in London. He would later coach track at Vancouver and Hudson’s Bay… Read story

WIAA committees to seed all team state playoffs

May 11, 2020, 4:21pm Prep Sports

For the first time across all team sports in Washington, seeding for state playoffs will be done by subjective means. Read story

Columbian to debut ‘Spring Back’ series, republishing state championship stories from years past

May 11, 2020, 1:07pm Newsletter

It almost doesn’t seem real that we are almost two months into this new reality. But later this week, it will mark the two-month anniversary of the day schools were closed across the state. It feels like time has managed to march by, even though we feel like we’ve been… Read story

Heritage’s Cade Gardner jumps into community service

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