Darian Dyer, of Battle Ground, finished fourth in the 4A girls bowling state championship last week at Narrows Plaza Bowl in University Place. Dyers bowled a 1091 over six games. Her teammate Teryn Turner rolled 875.
Every Washington wrestler wants to make it to The Dome in Tacoma to have a chance at the state championship. The first step is to place high enough at the sub-regional tournament to make it to the regional tournament. Several wrestlers from area 2A schools took the first step by placing firs…
Battle Ground High School hosted the WIAA State Cheerleading Championships last Saturday which included over 60 different squads from across the state. Not all the teams competing had far to travel, though. Both Battle Ground and Woodland brought teams.
The Inaugural APPLETREE Marathon is set to roll out this September in Vancouver. The run is put on by an organization called “WHY Racing Events” which is behind a number of other events in the area as well.
They may not be in the same league, but the desire to lay claim as the better of the Battle Ground school districts’ two major high schools, in any given sport, runs deep in athletes, coaches and fans at Battle Ground and Prairie high schools.
Maleya Burns, a standout senior softball player who lives in Hockinson but attends Union High School, didn’t need much time to think over an offer extended by Angelo State University during her recent trip to visit the school, her mom Marla Burns said.
Last Saturday afternoon, the Hockinson Hawks walked into the Tacoma Dome for the 2A State Championship with a 13-0 record.
A historic run for La Center High School came to an end last Saturday evening at Civic Stadium in Bellingham as the Wildcats fell to the Trojans of Meridian 34-14 in the 1A state football playoffs.
High school bowling was the first winter sport to get under way last week and the Battle Ground Tigers are looking to rebuild after a district title and seventh place finish at the 4A state tournament last season.
Ninth-ranked La Center and sixth-ranked Cascade Christian were tied at one touchdown each going into the fourth quarter of Saturday’s 1A state quarterfinal at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup.
La Center sophomore swimmer Hailey Grotte finished second in two heats at last weekend's 1A/2A swim and dive championships at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
The Pullman Greyhounds probably spent most of the week leading up to their 2A state football matchup with Hockinson focused on shutting down the Hawks’ dynamic brother-to-brother duo that has laid waste to defenses all year.
The Ridgefield volleyball team carried the momentum of their district championship into the 2A state tournament, advancing to the semifinals in dominant fashion at Saint Martin’s University last weekend.