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TUMWATER — The Rochester offense had three more in them. The Warriors spent four quarters grinding away in the ultimate clash of styles, between their loaded-up, misdirection … more
NAPAVINE — It was far from the usual dominant outing for the Napavine football team on Friday.  Carson Graham Secondary School of North Vancouver made things difficult for Ashton … more
TUMWATER — The sun was still high in the sky when the Tumwater football team took the field for a Friday afternoon matchup against Kelso, moved up due to a double-booking at Sid Otton Field. … more
Eleven B schools met up at Rainier Elementary School on Thursday for the Central 2B Kick-Off, starting the small-school cross country season in southwest Washington. Toledo’s Treyton Marty … more
The Tumwater girls soccer team dominated Black Hills on Thursday in a Pioneer Bowl blowout, 10-0. The T-Birds (4-0, 2-0 2A EvCo) led 4-0 at halftime behind two goals from Emalyn Shaffer and one … more
The W.F. West boy’s tennis team won in convincing fashion on Thursday in their league opener against Black Hills, sweeping the Wolves 6-0. Singles First Singles: Justin Chung (WFW) … more
The Tumwater boy’s golf team defeated Centralia by almost 30 strokes on Thursday at Tumwater Valley Golf Course, winning 217-246. Zane Laposky and Bayler Olson tied for the best score on … more
The Adna volleyball team made the most of its road trip east Thursday, sweeping Mossyrock 25-9, 25-16, 25-9 in a non-league matchup between two traditional C2BL friends. The Pirates (2-0) did it … more
For the second time in as many games, the Napavine volleyball team pulled out a victory in five sets, this time over Rainier in a non-league matchup on Thursday night. It was only after Rainier … more
The Toledo volleyball team had few problems Thursday night about its business, sweeping 1B Lake Quinault 25-13, 25-12, 25-14. “It went well,” Toledo coach Kelli Larson said. … more
The Onalaska girls soccer team steadily built out its lead Thursday evening at home, beating 1A Hoquiam 4-1 in a non-league affair for their first win of the fall. Kaiyah Sandridge got the … more
Fresh off its first win of the season, the W.F. West soccer team made it two in a row out in Grays Harbor County, downing Aberdeen 2-0. “Not our best game, but Aberdeen is always a tough … more
TUMWATER — Prior to Thursday, the last time the Tumwater and Black Hills volleyball team’s squared off was ten months ago, when the Wolves swept the T-Birds to punch their ticket to the … more
TENINO — The Tenino soccer team’s home matchup against Adna on Thursday wasn’t so much a tale of two halves of one of 65 minutes, followed by a sequel of 15. No matter how exactly … more
Playing the first of two rivalry clashes of the season away from home, the Centralia students and spirit squad trucked a cannon the four miles south to Chehalis. According to the recap the next … more
The Tumwater cross country teams topped Black Hills on Wednesday at Pioneer Park, with six Thunderbirds finishing in the top eight in both the boy’s and girl’s races. It was all … more
The Toledo volleyball team got better as the evening went on at home Wednesday, sweeping 1A Eatonville 25-22, 25-15, 25-9 in a non-league match for its first win of the season. Jordynne Hensley … more
The Tenino volleyball team needed a bit to get going but figured things out in a four-set win over Northwest Christian (Lacey) on Wednesday, 17-25, 25-15, 25-17, 25-19. “We started off … more
The Centralia and W.F. West cross country teams split the individual titles Wednesday at Stan Hedwall Park, but the Tigers took home both team wins in both schools’ first dose of 2A EvCo … more
The Sports Guys (Josh, Dylan, Aaron and Kody) break down the second week of the prep football season and discuss the Canadian exchange rate on touchdowns, Tenino’s soccer tear, and who the … more
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