The members of the Washougal High School girls soccer team couldn’t have imagined a better start to the season.
White Salmon spoiled Washougal’s return to Fishback Stadium by scoring the winning touchdown in the final minutes of the fourth quarter Friday.
The softball gets pitched slower in this game, but the Papermakers are still hitting it, catching it, throwing it and enjoying every moment of it.
Improved possession, direction and distribution of the ball led to a fury of goals for the Camas girls soccer team Saturday, at Doc Harris Stadium.
Seven birdies propelled Brian Humphreys to first place in the Jeff Hudson Invitational Sept. 9, on the Tri-Mountain Golf Course in Ridgefield.
Blooming as a soccer player in Washougal, Ellie Boon will be honored during Home Grown Player Day when the University of Portland women’s soccer team hosts the University of Washington Sunday, Sept. 28, at 1 p.m.
When Rory Oster graduated from Enumclaw High School in 1997, Camas wasn’t on his radar.
Motivated by a calm and steady attack, the Washougal High School football team earned a hard fought 18-6 victory at Stevenson Friday.
Nine long months of frustration is over in Camas. Ever since Chiawana beat the Papermakers 27-26 on a last second touchdown and an extra-point kick in the state championship game, the countdown to this season has been on.
Lisa Wourms never thought her passion for swimming, biking and running would take her around the world.