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  Tenino couldn’t quite maintain momentum in back-to-back losses to Montesano at home Friday, losing 8-4 and 10-4. Beavers’ ace Emily Baxter was on fire, setting down 24 … more
Sophomore pitcher Garrett Keaton struck out seven batters in 6.2 innings as Pe Ell-Willapa Valley won its second straight in an 8-4 victory over Ilwaco in Pe Ell on Friday. “Garrett pitched … more
Freshman Colby White scored a team-high 18 points as Centralia College held off Highline for an 87-81 season-opening win at home on Friday in Northwest Athletic Conference West Region … more
There are many reasons why Napavine senior Haily Murray has found success on the volleyball court, though one of the biggest takes place above it. Not only is Murray, at 6 feet tall, often one of the … more
Having Brieanna Dell on your soccer team is like having a cheat code, as Tenino coach Kevin Schultz explains it. Dell, a senior forward for the Beavers, established herself as one of the most … more
Six Tigers and six Bearcats were selected for the All-2A Evergreen Conference Volleyball teams as announced by Centralia Athletic Director Scott Chamberlain. W.F. West senior libero Alisha … more
Kalama’s ace pitcher Tommy Brandenburg lived up to every bit of the hype. The highly-touted MLB prospect threw a 12-strikeout no-hitter to hand Onalaska a 5-0 defeat in Ony on … more
Rainier swept both sides of a 2B Central League track and field meet at home on Thursday, claiming 180 points on the boys side and 158 points on the girls side to win both handily.  Onalaska … more
Bethany Bowen and Haileigh Holmes combined for a no-hitter as Toledo shellacked Wahkiakum to the tune of 16-0 in three innings at home on Thursday. “We had a good game tonight,” Toledo … more
Tenino girls tennis extended their win streak to two and remains unbeaten with a 4-1 victory over Three Rivers Christian on Thursday. Singles No. 1: Megan Letts won 6-0, 6-2 No. 2 Grace … more
Triston Whitaker, Max Craig and Salvador Ontiveros each scored two goals a piece as Tenino extended its win streak to two matches with a 9-0 shutout over Raymond-South Bend Wednesday in … more
Trailing 4-2 heading into the top of the seventh inning, W.F. West exploded for six runs to come away with an 8-4 come-from-behind victory over Rochester on the road Wednesday. The Bearcats were … more
W.F. West ace Kamy Dacus and the Bearcats were able to outduel Rochester and its ace Liz Phelps in a 1-0 pitcher’s battle in eight innings at Recreation Park on Wednesday. W.F. West broke a … more
Boosted by a one-two punch, Aberdeen was able to easily outmaneuver Rochester, 40-8, in the Warriors’ season-opening match on Wednesday at Riverside Golf Course. Amerika Jones was … more
W.F. West’s Seth Hoff continued his blazing start to the track and field season, capturing three events (high jump, long jump and javelin) during the Bearcats’ home meet on … more
One day after getting nipped by Shelton in its season opener, Centralia was able to put it all together in a 5-1 victory at home over Aberdeen on Wednesday. “This was Aberdeen’s first … more
Adna ran its win streak to three games by edging North Beach, 213-214, on Wednesday at Ocean Shores Golf Course. Freshman Braeden Salme was the Pirates’ top golfer for the third-straight … more
W.F. West coach Allen Anderson is going to have to remember whatever halftime speech he used Tuesday during the Bearcats’ season-opening match at home against Aberdeen. Coming out of the … more
Tied at three matches each, Centralia’s season opener at home Tuesday went to a 10-point tiebreaker, with Shelton edging the Tigers by two points. Centralia freshmen Sophie Wiley and Ruth … more
A young, inexperienced Tenino squad got quite the season-opening test, dropping both games in a road doubleheader against powerhouse Montesano in 1A Evergreen Conference action Tuesday. Tenino has … more
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