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The standard for Adna High School’s boys basketball team is to find a way to make the trek to Spokane every year for the Class 2B state tournament. It needed four minutes of defensive … more
From day one, Napavine’s goal was to qualify for the state tournament and earn a top-four seed. After having to hit the road for Regionals in each of the last two seasons, they were hopeful … more
Centralia’s Antonio Campos has always held himself to a high standard. When he first began wrestling, he dreamed of becoming a four-time high school state champion. COVID-19 led to the … more
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
KELSO — Nearly halfway through the fourth quarter of the 2A District 4 Championship on Friday, W.F. West and Columbia River were deadlocked at 39. Columbia River called timeout with just … 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
In the moments following the final buzzer, amid a sea of W.F. West students and fans who made their way onto the court to celebrate, W.F. West coach Chris White made sure to find each one of his … more
KELSO — One year after falling in the 2B District 4 semifinals, the Rainier Mountaineers were back, once again on the Kelso court and against a familiar league foe. On Tuesday, the … more
Jack State, who spent half a century coaching basketball and tennis at W.F. West, died Saturday. He was 80 years old. Raised in Spokane, State earned All-American honors as a player on the … more
For the third year in a row, the Napavine TIgers were in the 2B state title game, and once again, quarterback Ashton Demarest was one of the best dual-threat options in all of 2B. Demarest … more
For large parts of this season, things seemed to come easy for Keira O’Neill and the Napavine Tigers. With O’Neill leading the way, the Tigers lost just four regular season games … more
Saturday morning, William Garrow will get up hours before the crack of dawn like he always does, and go for a run. The first-year Tumwater coach’s alarm goes off at 4:30 a.m., and while … more
After delays, George Goss, physical education teacher of 22 years at McKenna Elementary, was inducted into the Pacific Northwest Semi-Pro Football Hall of Fame on Nov. 11 in Federal Way. Goss played … more
On the first play from scrimmage in the 116th Swamp Cup on Friday, the W.F. West football dipped into its bag of tricks and came out with a reverse to Carson White, who came up firing downfield. It … more
Dave Montgomery’s first turn on the microphone at Hec Edmundson Pavilion lasted less than half an hour.   It had to; there’s so little parking near the athletic facilities at … more
The trees behind the outfield wall at Wheeler Field are turning their yellows and oranges, and Sunday morning, you could definitely feel a fall chill in the air as the fog burned off. But even … more
The Chronicle held its Athletes of the Year banquet on Tuesday night at Jester's Auto Museum and Events Center on Tuesday night.  It was the first time the event had been held in three … more
Each school from Lewis and South Thurston counties that sent athletes to the 1A/2B/1B State track and field meet in Yakima over the weekend saw places on the podium. more
YAKIMA — Few people remember the game after the Miracle on Ice. When the American men’s ice hockey team at the Lake Placid Olympics shocked the world and beat the Soviet Union, that … more
BELLINGHAM — In a game that very well could have been for a state title between contenders reeling from 2A state semifinal defeats, the W.F. West baseball team saved some late-game dramatics … more
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