Three Washougal Panthers had the Ridgefield track all to themselves Thursday.
After losing the district title to Skyview in a shootout a season ago, the Camas High School boys soccer team gained a sliver of revenge Wednesday at Doc Harris Stadium.
Papermakers and Titans are headed for a collision on the diamond Wednesday, at Camas High School. First pitches are scheduled for 4 p.m.
College spring break gave former Washougal High School track and field athletes an opportunity to see the new Panthers in action at Fishback Stadium Thursday.
Whether she steps into the pitcher’s circle or the batter’s box, Katie Schroeder strikes fear into the hearts of her opponents.
The rain wouldn’t let up in Washougal March 17, and neither would the Panthers during a five-run fifth inning that led to a 7-2 victory against Mountain View.
The Camas and Washougal high school rivalry thrived for more than a century, but now the games between these two neighbors are rare.
The Washougal High School boys soccer team scored two goals in the first half of Monday’s game at Fort Vancouver.
Kayla Lagerquist and the Washougal High School girls softball team held Skyview scoreless for six innings Monday.
Camas stepped on to enemy soil at Union High School Monday, and made a statement against the defending league champions.