Hoquiam had a chance on Senior Night to ensure its spot in the district postseason on Thursday night. Elma denied it in overtime.
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LONGVIEW —Thanks to impressive final-round performances, Aberdeen’s golfers will be represented at state next spring.
A slew of aces produced a winning hand for Hoquiam’s volleyballers on Thursday.
An altered lineup didn’t alter Aberdeen’s victory celebration in its final home girls swimming meet.
The end of the 2014 high school football season is within sight. At the same time, the Evergreen 2A/1A and Pacific 2B league titles can be clinched up on Friday night, giving this week an air of importance and urgency.
A quick notebook of items to click through before I get to this week’s picks on the high school level.
Kansas City , Mo. — The Kansas City Royals needed a big inning and got it.
Hyaks now third in state rankings
TUKWILA — Routines can help draw out a player’s best.
RENTON — The one specific complaint made by Percy Harvin after his trade to the New York Jets — that he wanted Seattle to use him more as a deep threat — came as news to Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.
CHEHALIS — Hoquiam’s John Sand posted the best round of the two-day District IV 1A boys golf tournament on Tuesday to win the individual title by 13 strokes at Riverside Golf Course in Chehalis.
MONTESANO — The importance of cross country depth was demonstrated Tuesday by Montesano’s boys and Eatonville’s girls.