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La Center quarterback Tom Lambert (6) passed for 1,252 yards and 12 touchdowns and also rushed 808 yards and 15 TDs for the Wildcats in 2019.

1A/2B Football Preview: La Center is tackling challenges ahead

La Center quarterback Tom Lambert (6) passed for 1,252 yards and 12 touchdowns and also rushed 808 yards and 15 TDs for the Wildcats in 2019.

February 18, 2021, 6:30pm Football

La Center coach John Lambert is trying to approach the abbreviated 2020-21 football season as business as normal as possible. Read story

Fort Vancouver runner Gillian Snyder (Fort Vancouver High photo)

Martinez: Gillian Snyder keeps Fort Vancouver cross country running

Fort Vancouver runner Gillian Snyder (Fort Vancouver High photo)

February 9, 2021, 6:38pm Newsletter

Three years ago, Gillian Snyder would not have seen herself as a cross country runner. Read story

Fort Vancouver's baseball program has a long history, including a state championship in 1990. First-year coach Brian Hansen is looking to rebuild the program with a boost from a $5,000 equipment grant from the Seattle Mariners.

Fort Vancouver baseball received $5,000 grant from Seattle Mariners

Fort Vancouver's baseball program has a long history, including a state championship in 1990. First-year coach Brian Hansen is looking to rebuild the program with a boost from a $5,000 equipment grant from the Seattle Mariners.

February 4, 2021, 5:44am Newsletter

First-year coach hopes to widen access to sport Read story

Fort Vancouver's Kahlil Singleton, center, at a practice back in January, found other teams to play with in other states during Washington's pandemic shut down of high school sports.

Fort Vancouver’s Singleton takes his basketball game on the road

Fort Vancouver's Kahlil Singleton, center, at a practice back in January, found other teams to play with in other states during Washington's pandemic shut down of high school sports.

December 10, 2020, 7:00pm Newsletter

When it comes to his dream of playing college basketball, Kahlil Singleton is willing to go farther than most. Read story

Mountain View girls basketball players Lauren DeLargy (left), Nina Peterson (center) and Ella Schoene (right) go through individual workouts this week in the Mountain View gym.

Student athletes, coaches are just trying to make it all work out

Mountain View girls basketball players Lauren DeLargy (left), Nina Peterson (center) and Ella Schoene (right) go through individual workouts this week in the Mountain View gym.

October 3, 2020, 7:05pm Prep Sports

Evergreen Public Schools have been the outlier in Southwest Washington, allowing its high school athletic teams to hold limited on-campus workouts. Read story

In lieu of canceled summer practices, Fort Vancouver tennis coach Corey Farr has challenged his players to stay in shape this summer by doing 10,000 pushups or 10,000 situps (Photo courtesy of Corey Farr)

Martinez: Trappers stay in shape for hopefully best tennis season, by Farr

In lieu of canceled summer practices, Fort Vancouver tennis coach Corey Farr has challenged his players to stay in shape this summer by doing 10,000 pushups or 10,000 situps (Photo courtesy of Corey Farr)

August 10, 2020, 7:29pm Newsletter

For Corey Farr, the tennis program at Fort Vancouver has been a building process. Read story

McKenna Ellen was honored with the Gary Boggs Award for participating in a sport every season she attended Fort Vancouver High  (Photo courtesy of Fort Vancouver High athletics)

Senior Salute: Gary Boggs Award winner McKenna Ellen is shining example of what is positive about Fort Vancouver

McKenna Ellen was honored with the Gary Boggs Award for participating in a sport every season she attended Fort Vancouver High  (Photo courtesy of Fort Vancouver High athletics)

June 29, 2020, 2:32pm Newsletter

McKenna Ellen was one of a kind at Fort Vancouver High this year. Ellen was the lone winner in 2020 of the Gary Boggs Award, which honors 12-season athletes. “Normally, there will be three or four winners, but I was the only one in my class to get it this… Read story

Dhamar Campos of Fort Vancouver High School (Photo courtesy of Carson Cooper)
Clem Eischen competed in the 1948 Olympics in London in the 1500 meters, which let him bring home a participation medal.

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

Clem Eischen competed in the 1948 Olympics in London in the 1500 meters, which let him bring home a participation medal.

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… Read story

Union's Tanner Toolson went from a 5-foot-6 freshman nicknamed "Little Bambi" into a 6-foot-5 standout for the 27-1 Titans and the All-Region player of the year.

All-Region Boys Basketball Player of the Year: Union senior Tanner Toolson

Union's Tanner Toolson went from a 5-foot-6 freshman nicknamed "Little Bambi" into a 6-foot-5 standout for the 27-1 Titans and the All-Region player of the year.

March 21, 2020, 5:00pm Newsletter

To most basketball players, a postseason award is a humbling honor, and a reflection of a season filled with successes. For Union High's Tanner Toolson, The Columbian's All-Region boys basketball player of the year, it symbolizes so much more. Read story