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Though all winter sports test the athlete’s mettle, the Nordic side of White Pass Ski Area may offer less intimidating recreational opportunities than the steep slopes across U.S. Highway … more
Between the weather and Christmas, this past weekend gave us a rare four full days off from high school basketball in the area. With an extended break from the chaos just about a month into the … more
Asked about his favorite play from four years of high school football, Daniel Matagi — one of the most well-spoken athletes in the area — needed a minute to find an answer. And when it … more
Editor's Note: This story is included in The Chronicle's 2022-23 Prep Basketball Preview, which is published in the Thursday edition.  The game of basketball has changed much over the years, … more
LAKEWOOD — Deacon Parker lost sleep over it, almost every night. Josh Fay called it tough to swallow at the time. Not many Tigers will forget letting the 2B state championship slip away from … more
Though the No. 4 W.F. West football team has been taking its season one week at a time — and one opponent at a time all year — this week’s contest had a bit of added motivation and pregame talk … more
CHEHALIS — Kicking off the penultimate week of its regular season, the W.F. West girls soccer team got to add some hardware to its closet early, beating Centralia 2-1 on Tuesday at … more
TORONTO — How do you recover from an awful outing from your starting pitcher, a worse showing from one of your best relievers and a seven-run deficit with everything seemingly working against … more
TUMWATER — As Dan Hill straightened up, wiped his eyes clear, and took in the scene around him on Sid Otton Field, his young son came running up to him. Jumping into his arms, the little Hill put … more
SEATTLE — Making the trip north from Stone City to the Emerald City, the Tenino football team ran wild in a 62-14 non-league victory over Klahowya Saturday afternoon under the bright lights of … more
COUGAR — A bit sizzly up there on the surface, is it? Why not hang out down here, underground, with us supremely cool apes? The year-round temperature inside Ape Cave, a lava tube on the … more
Some call turning 50 getting “over the hill.” For Neal Kirby, who spent over two decades as a school principal in Centralia, turning 70 means getting over the volcano — five … more
W.F. West graduate Brady Calkins nearly quit professional golf after two tough outings at the second stage of Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying School, a feeder event for the PGA Tour.  The best … more
Mountain goats and their kids were visible from the Johnston Ridge Observatory at Mount St. Helens this Wednesday evening as the observatory closed for the night after its second day open in three … more
YAKIMA — It’s been awhile since Adna has been shut out in any capacity on a softball field. Saturday afternoon in the 2B state title game, just a week removed from a 14-13 loss to these … more
Nobody involved had ever seen anything like it. Adna crushed three homers before recording a single out, knocked six balls out in the first three innings, built a nine-run lead — and wound … more
Mount St. Helens is an elusive wonder.  It steps out of the morning fog to offer majestic views, only to don a veil of clouds moments later. Still, the headless peak has become an icon of … more
Perhaps it was all but a formality, but after months of mostly breezing through their schedules, No. 2 Napavine and No. 1 Kalama will finally go head-to-head to decide the state’s best … more
When W.F. West players lifted the Swamp Cup trophy near the north end zone on Friday — in the 114th annual Swamp Cup rivalry match against Centralia — it was the 13th time in a row the … more
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