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Loss of fall football season throws Clark County high school recruits into unknown territory

September 27, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

As a youngster, Prairie High School senior Dustin Shelby dreamed of fight songs and roaring crowds that come with playing college football. Read story

Mariners add Skyview High grad Hamilton to 40-man roster

September 25, 2020, 3:25pm Sports

Skyview High alum Ian Hamilton was claimed off waivers by the Seattle Mariners on Friday after being designated for assignment a week earlier by the Chicago White Sox. Read story

Columbia River lines up for a field goal on the final play.

Friday Night Flashback: Like Columbia River-Skyview rivalry, bizarre blocked field goal lives on

Columbia River lines up for a field goal on the final play.

September 4, 2020, 6:50pm Prep Sports

It was as bizarre of an ending to a football game as anyone is likely to see. For one team, celebration turned into disbelief. For the other, dejection turned into jubilation. Read story

Alec Marshall poses in front of a hard-shell hyperbaric chamber at In Light Hyperbarics. The chamber is called "Moby Dick" because it looks like a big, white whale.
Skyview's Hayden Schuh, center, kisses the 4A state soccer championship trophy after the Storm beat Central Kitsap 3-2 on May 26, 2012.

Spring back: Skyview breaks through with 2012 boys soccer title

Skyview's Hayden Schuh, center, kisses the 4A state soccer championship trophy after the Storm beat Central Kitsap 3-2 on May 26, 2012.

June 20, 2020, 6:33pm Prep Sports

In the spring of 2012, the Skyview boys soccer team won its first state playoff game in program history. Read story

Mountain View's Riley McCarthy powers through his at-home training regimen in his family's garage Monday afternoon, May 11, 2020.

High school athletes make the most of their home workouts

Mountain View's Riley McCarthy powers through his at-home training regimen in his family's garage Monday afternoon, May 11, 2020.

May 22, 2020, 8:07pm Newsletter

Riley McCarthy has converted his family garage into his own personal workout space. Read story

Kara Patterson of Skyview High School won the javelin with a throw of 137 feet, 9 inches at the Southwest Washington District 4 track and field meet at Lincoln Bowl in Tacoma. The victory also qualified Patterson for the state track and field meet next weekend.

Spring back: Patterson joins three-time state track and field champions

Kara Patterson of Skyview High School won the javelin with a throw of 137 feet, 9 inches at the Southwest Washington District 4 track and field meet at Lincoln Bowl in Tacoma. The victory also qualified Patterson for the state track and field meet next weekend.

May 21, 2020, 7:09pm Prep Sports

Kara Patterson of Skyview, now Kara Winger, captured her third state javelin title, becoming only the third three-time winner of the event. She would go on to be an All-American at Purdue, a three-time Olympian and the U.S. record holder in the event. Read story

Skyview High School teacher and soccer coach Colleen McKinney and her son, senior Cody McKinney, right, are pictured at their home in Vancouver on Friday, May 8, 2020.
Skyview sophomore Leilani Gonzalez lost just two matches in the 2019 season and qualified for the 4A state tournament. However, she didn't make the trip because of bigger plans.

Family, faith, tennis for Skyview’s Leilani Gonzalez

Skyview sophomore Leilani Gonzalez lost just two matches in the 2019 season and qualified for the 4A state tournament. However, she didn't make the trip because of bigger plans.

March 25, 2020, 4:25pm Prep Sports

Leilani Gonzalez is not the first tennis player to qualify for state and not play. And she won't be the last. Some things are just bigger than state tennis. 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