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Ridgefield’s defense dominates Washougal in 48-0 win

February 26, 2021, 11:32pm Football

With its defense flying around, making big hits and forcing turnovers, Ridgefield didn’t look like a football team that has only had a couple weeks of full-contact practice. But the… Read story

On Further Review: Attendance policies differed at season-opening games

February 21, 2021, 5:01pm Football

Washougal’s cheerleaders eventually found a way to hype up the rest of the crowd. During the second half of Washougal's 33-19 win, Panther cheerleaders journeyed to the chain-link fence some… Read story

Parents of Washougal High School football seniors show special posters before Saturday's game against Mark Morris at Fishback Stadium. With COVID-19 casting uncertainty over the season, Washougal held its Senior Night festivities before its season-opening game Saturday.

Patience pays off for Farrell, Washougal in win over Mark Morris

Parents of Washougal High School football seniors show special posters before Saturday's game against Mark Morris at Fishback Stadium. With COVID-19 casting uncertainty over the season, Washougal held its Senior Night festivities before its season-opening game Saturday.

February 20, 2021, 9:12pm Football

For two seasons, Tristan Farrell waited in the wings as Washougal’s backup quarterback.  Then the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the football season back five months, so Farrell waited some more.  Read story

Hockinson still has plenty to be excited about as an abbreviated season kicks off Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021.

2A GSHL Football Preview: Hockinson still has some star power

Hockinson still has plenty to be excited about as an abbreviated season kicks off Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021.

February 19, 2021, 6:30pm Football

For the past six years, Hockinson football has ruled the 2A Greater St. Helens League. The Hawks are 29-1 in the league with a pair of 2A state championships in that time. Read story

Washougal freshman Elle Thomas runs ahead of Hockinson senior Allyson Peterson and Washougal sophomore Sydnee Boothby during a 5,000 meter race Thursday at Hockinson Meadows Community Park. Thomas won in 18 minutes, 57 seconds.

Clark County runners aim high during short cross country season

Washougal freshman Elle Thomas runs ahead of Hockinson senior Allyson Peterson and Washougal sophomore Sydnee Boothby during a 5,000 meter race Thursday at Hockinson Meadows Community Park. Thomas won in 18 minutes, 57 seconds.

February 18, 2021, 8:13pm Newsletter

For runners used to going long, a shortened cross country season isn’t ideal. Read story

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Washougal senior gymnast Shaela Ausmus qualified for the 1A/2A/3A state meet after a three-year absence from gymnastics because of back problems. 
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Washougal’s Paris Krecklow (left) shows support for her teammate and friend, Shaela Ausmus, at the 1A/2A/3A state gymnastics meet in Bellevue on Feb. 21. 
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Washougal’s Shaela Ausmus catapults off the vault at the 1A/2A/3A state gymnastics championships at Lake Sammamish High School on Feb. 21.
Washougal baseball coach Frank Jackson, left, and juniors Tim Wysaske and Russ Barber celebrate winning the 1973 Class A baseball state title in Wenatchee. The WIAA instituted a state baseball playoff system in 1973, and Washougal won three championships in six years.

Washougal dominated baseball in 1970s with three state titles

Washougal baseball coach Frank Jackson, left, and juniors Tim Wysaske and Russ Barber celebrate winning the 1973 Class A baseball state title in Wenatchee. The WIAA instituted a state baseball playoff system in 1973, and Washougal won three championships in six years.

May 23, 2020, 8:06pm Newsletter

Nearly 50 years ago, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association instituted a baseball state playoff system for its four classifications. The timing was perfect in small-town Washougal. Read story

Washougal's Skylar Bea (25) will be playing for the University of Idaho next season.

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

Washougal's Skylar Bea (25) will be playing for the University of Idaho next season.

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

Ridgefield's Brooke Weese heads the ball over Selah defenders in the 2A third-place match last fall. The one-time Concordia commit will now play collegiate soccer at Humboldt State due to Concordia's closure in February.

Local Concordia commits headed in a new direction

Ridgefield's Brooke Weese heads the ball over Selah defenders in the 2A third-place match last fall. The one-time Concordia commit will now play collegiate soccer at Humboldt State due to Concordia's closure in February.

May 6, 2020, 5:21pm Newsletter

The text message arrived on Feb. 10: Concordia University was closing. For three local Cavalier commits, their collegiate dreams were suddenly in doubt. Read story

CHOICE-Levi Williams of Columbia River, from left, Katie Stevens of Washougal, and Judeah Sanders of Woodland at Columbia River High School on Wednesday, March 11, 2020.

Backgrounds in other sports catapult trio of top pole vaulters to success

CHOICE-Levi Williams of Columbia River, from left, Katie Stevens of Washougal, and Judeah Sanders of Woodland at Columbia River High School on Wednesday, March 11, 2020.

March 28, 2020, 7:27pm Prep Sports

Event takes speed, strength, agility and 'a little crazy' Read story