SPOKANE — A record-setting Neah Bay performance sent Taholah’s girls home.
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Most people who’ve seen a photo of John Grubenhoff holding the Washington record 20.32-pound walleye he caught in the Columbia River are amazed and congratulatory.
Even for such longtime observers as myself, every basketball season brings something new.
Nearing the end of my 40th season of covering prep basketball, there are many teams, players, coaches and games that have left a lasting impression — especially regarding the Class 1A state tournament — but perhaps the most fascinating and dramatic contest took place in 1970 when I was a senior student manager for the Highland Scotties.
Hoquiam softball clinic due today
When the Western Washington University women’s basketball team opened the 2013-2014 season, it had a big question to answer: Who would step up and lead the Vikings?
SPOKANE — By dominating the second and third quarters, Mount Vernon Christian’s Hurricanes blew away Taholah’s girls on Thursday.
State 2B Tournament
OYEHUT — Although short-handed with its girls squad, Montesano swept team honors in the North Beach Invitational powerlifting meet on Saturday.
RAYMOND —Luke Abbott is hoping that familiarity will breed continued success within the Raymond High School football program.
SEATTLE — The Seattle Sounders’ central defense could take on an Eastern tilt this season, with new goalkeeper Stefan Frei and center backs Chad Marshall and Jalil Anibaba all apparently in the running for starting roles.
Chalk up another first for the Seahawks.
Elma grad plays on conference title team
The combined Lake Quinault/Wishkah Valley boys high school teams will be called the Twin Valley Wolfpack, Quinault Principal/Athletic Director Keith Samplawski announced Tuesday.
Taholah’s girls will be facing a familiar opponent when they return to state on Thursday.