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One week down, a fair few more to go. What did we learn in Week 1? Well, that we might only know a few things for certain early this fall. Here’s what we’ve got on the schedule for Week … more
Though it lasted just about a quarter and a half, the Onalaska football team got off and running in its season opener in Leavenworth against Oroville, and never looked back in a 30-0, shortened win … more
The matches were short and all the scores unofficial, but Thursday evening at Tiger Stadium served as a reminder that high school soccer is right around the corner, with eight squads coming together … more
Behold, nine straight weeks of beautiful football are on the horizon. With full slates every Friday, it could be a bit overwhelming for the local fan to discern which stadium will be the place to be … more
Following its long, winding, and uphill road last fall, the Onalaska football team is hoping its next wave of Loggers get a slightly more predictable road this year. Not that … more
The countdown has gone from weeks to days, and soon will go to hours: it’s just about time to kick off the 2022 football season in Southwest Washington. Here’s where all the local sides … more
With fall camp officially underway, and football season within sight, what better way to get prepared for the 2022 season than reading some of Chronicle staffers' most educated season … more
The Loggers over at Onalaska refuse to use that word that starts with a Y and rhymes with “rung.” But if others use it for them, well, that just helps grow the ever-present chip on … more
With fall camp officially underway, and football season within sight, what better way to get prepared for the 2022 season than reading some of Chronicle staffers' most educated season … more
When coaches around the area went to sleep on July 31, they crossed a threshold. Waking up in August, programs around the state entered the WIAA’s dramatically-nicknamed “dead … more
The long wait for football fans in Lewis and South Thurston counties is nearly over. Nearly nine months after state champions were crowned last fall, new faces — both on the field and the sidelines … more
Boys Athlete of the Year Jeremiah Nubbe, Rainier One of the most physically imposing and dominant forces in The Chronicle’s coverage area, and a Texas track and field signee, Nubbe set … more
Though the season ended in the fall, football will briefly return for local athletes for the standout seniors that were selected for the Earl Barden West vs. East All-Star Classic to be played in … more
One of the better 3-point shooters in Lewis County is returning to the hardwood, and not long after his career at Toledo wrapped up in 2015.  After seven years away, working on a nursing … more
Not many pitchers can say they went toe-to-toe with two of the best three teams in the state and dominated offensively and defensively.  When all was said and done, after playing in the best … more
Olivia Matlock’s brilliant run through the state tournament, after a disappointing showing in the district title against Adna, can be simplified into two stats.  In three run-rule … more
The day of baseball season is less than a week old, but select local seniors are not done yet.  Wednesday at 5 p.m. at Lower Columbia Community College, 12 Chronicle-area baseball seniors … more
Taking the long route through the 2B District 4 tournament, the Toledo softball team advanced to the state playoffs next week in Yakima after rebounding from a 10 a.m. loss, upsetting Onalaska in the … more
Sporting numerous event winners yet again, the Rainier boys track and field team took home the team prize at the 2B District 1/4 Track and Field Championships Friday at W.F. West High School in … more
Led by a pair of Most Valuable Players from the Chronicle’s coverage area, Chronicle teams were well-represented in the Central 2B League softball team as voted by the … more
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