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Antonio Campos capped his Tiger days in perfect fashion. The Centralia senior, and state contender throughout his career, won on the state’s biggest stage Saturday evening at Mat Classic … more
Mat Classic XXXV, the state wrestling championships, kicked off Friday morning in the Tacoma Dome. The double-elimination tournament continues Saturday and all wrestlers who survive to Day 2 securing … more
Two W.F. West wrestlers — as well as one from Centralia and another from Tumwater — came out on top of their weight classes at the 2A Region 3 tournament Saturday in Washougal. The … more
The Onalaska girls basketball team couldn’t keep up with Raymond-South Bend on Thursday, falling 68-36 in a 2B District 4 Tournament elimination game. “ Tonight was a rough game to … more
Adna, Napavine, and Rainier were atop the C2BL all season long, and those three teams are well-represented in the all league teams that were announced by league coaches on Monday. Karsyn Freeman … more
The Napavine Tigers and Wahkiakum Mules finished atop the C2BL standings, and they also had the most representation on the all-league teams, as announced by C2BL coaches on Monday.  The … more
Wrestling on its home mats Saturday, W.F. West notched nine finalists and six champions to win the Evergreen 2A Conference sub-regional wrestling tournament. The Bearcats racked up 372 team … more
The Onalaska girls basketball team battled against Ilwaco on Saturday, but fell in the first round of the 2B District 4 Tournament to the Fishermen 58-41. “The girls played really hard … more
The 2B District 4 Tournament brackets are all but complete after Thursday’s action, with only two winner-in games between Kalama and Morton-White Pass to be settled. On the boys side, … more
The Adna girls basketball team clinched their first outright league title in 40 years on Wednesday, as the Pirates won the C2BL with a 61-24 win over Onalaska. The Pirates (20-1, 12-1 C2BL) took … more
After coming close several times, Judah Kelly finally broke the Morton-White Pass single-game scoring record on Monday, putting up 42 points to lead the Timberwolves to a 78-60 win. Kelly had … more
The Onalaska girls basketball team got back to .500 in a big way on Saturday, dominating Hoquiam in a 57-22 win. The Loggers (10-10, 5-7 C2BL) blanked the Grizzlies in the first quarter, … more
The Onalaska boys basketball team couldn't overcome a slow start, as the Loggers fell to Raymond 62-49 on Saturday. The Seagulls came out strong, scoring 21 points in the first half to open up a … more
ONALASKA — The stakes were new for the Onalaska girls basketball team Thursday.  The methods weren’t, as the Loggers ground their way to a fourth-quarter comeback to beat … more
The Rainier boys basketball team rebounded from a loss on Wednesday, getting back in the win column with a 64-38 win over Onalaska. The Mountaineers (12-5, 7-3 C2BL) came out strong, scoring 35 … more
RAINIER — The Rainier girls basketball team’s guards might draw the eye the most on the highlight reels. But the Mountaineers showed Tuesday against Onalaska that they can win down low … more
The Onalaska girls basketball team earned itself a crucial road win in Central 2B League action Monday, beating Toledo 34-27 in Cheese Town. Emalie Jacoby led the Loggers with 13 points, while … more
The W.F. West boys wrestling team welcomed 14 schools to Chehalis for the Bearcat Invite on Saturday, and proceeded to do enough to beat them all, taking first in its own tournament. The … more
The Onalaska boys basketball team’s slide continued on Saturday, as the Loggers fell to Toutle Lake 68-38 for their fourth straight loss. The Ducks set the tone physically early, which … more
The Adna boys basketball team started off a bit slowly and needed all four quarters to truly shake Onalaska on the road Friday, in a 73-48 win. The Pirates led by eight after three quarters of … more
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