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Sophomore Jackson Lusk scored a game-high 19 points and snatched three steals as Pe Ell found its offensive rhythm with a 49-42 victory over visiting Winlock on Saturday. It was a welcome change … more
Tenino boys soccer claimed four first-team all-league selections and one honorable mention pick as announced by the 1A Evergreen Conference announced on Friday. Midfielder Chris Ramez, forward … more
TOLEDO — The Wahkiakum girls made their way east out of the forests, and the Mules took advantage of the open space to run all night before running back home with a 71-43 win over … more
Adna’s defense held Onalaska to 23% shooting from the field and forced 22 turnovers to hold on for a tight, 33-30, road victory in what was the season opener for both teams on … more
W.F. West is the local 2A team coming off the most successful year, from a playoff standpoint: a state tourney appearance in which it fell one win short of a trophy.The Bearcats finished with an 18-8 … more
W.F. West boys basketball is facing the same predicament a lot of other teams around the state are stuck in right now: practices start Monday while some athletes are still playing spring sports from … more
Tenino’s junior ace Emily Baxter earned Defensive MVP honors and the Beavers were named Coaching Staff of the Year as the 1A Evergreen Conference All-League Teams were announced … more
Rainier ripped off a 15-0 run to start the game and never looked back as the Mountaineers took a 51-38 victory over the visiting Tenino Beavers in the season opener on Monday. Junior star Kaeley … more
Tenino coach Kevin Schultz had one message for his team before their district playoff match against Stevenson Saturday: make it worth it. The Beavers did just that. Powered by goals from … more
Tenino junior Gavin Watson was the lone winner for the Beavers, capturing the boys long jump with a personal-record leap of 19-11.75, at the 1A District 4 Track and Field Championships at Seton … more
Zack Russell scored in the 47th minute off an assist by Chris Robbins to give Tenino a 1-0 victory over Columbia Adventist in the 1A District 4 Tournament Thursday. It’s Tenino’s first … more
Tenino shut out La Center in its opener, but lost to Castle Rock in the second round before being eliminated by Hoquiam on Wednesday in the District 4 1A softball tournament in Elma. Emily Baxter … more
Fueled by first- and second-place finishes in singles and a fourth-place finish in doubles, Tenino was able to run it back and claim the 1A District 4 Girls Tennis Championship on Wednesday in … more
Alisha Anderson lashed three hits with a double and Breanna Crosby drove in three runs as the W.F. West Bearcats easily dispatched rival the Centralia Tigers, 14-1, in the 2021 edition of the … more
Centralia senior Zaid Tekle scored on a corner kick in the seventh minute and the Tigers played solid defense to hold off Rochester, 1-0, and earn their first win of the season Friday at … more
W.F. West was able to garner wins in the No. 1 and No. 2 singles matches but couldn’t nab any others in a 4-2 defeat to Black Hills at home on Friday in 2A Evergreen Conference … more
Rochester erupted for 21 hits and Staysha Fluetsch and Maddie Bates each belted two home runs a piece as the Warriors held off Centralia for an 18-12 victory at Fort Borst Park Friday. Fluetsch … more
W.F. West’s offense woke up as four Bearcats tallied two hits a piece to mercy-rule Aberdeen, 10-0, in five innings at home Friday in 2A Evergreen Conference action. The win snaps a two-game … more
It was about the best way Tenino could have sent its seniors off on Senior Night: with a 9-0 victory on Wednesday against Raymond-South Bend. All eight seniors, which include Zack Russell, Chris … more
Centralia could find no footing against a formidable Tumwater team, losing all six matches in a 6-0 sweep on Wednesday at home. Singles No. 1: Abby Bond (T) def. Liza Hopkins (C), 6-2, … more
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