The 2019 high school football schedules for all 3A Greater St. Helens League teams. Fort Vancouver will play an independent schedule in 2019.
Each team’s 2019 varsity high school football schedules of the 4A Greater St. Helens League.
Player of the year: Hallie Tibbits, Fort Vancouver.
Liz Dolan, Kelso
Audrey Chang, Mountain View
Kelly Rakoz, Kelso
Kiana Coburn, Fort Vancouver
Mia Renner, Prairie
Maria Maratos, Mountain View; Calley West, Mountain View; Kaila …
FIRST TEAM Connor Kiichle, sr., ATT, Skyview Carson Kiichle, sr., ATT, Skyview Ben Bisquera, sr., ATT, Columbia River Nick Frictie, sr., MID, Columbia River Vinh Dawkins, sr., MID, Skyview Alex Hoang, so., MID-FO, Mountain View Wyatt Stanley, sr., MID-Def, Skyview Khoi Dawkins, so., MID-LS, Skyview Hunter Henderson, jr., DEF, Union Nathan Sinks, sr., DEF, Skyview […]
Track athlete of the year: Katie Kadrmas, sr., Mountain View Field athletes of the year: Ally Harman, sr., Kelso; Jasmine Tiaita, jr., Evergreen FIRST TEAM Jaylah Morton, so., 100, Fort Vancouver Katie Kadrmas, sr., 200, Mountain View Ilena Dalla Gasperina, so., 400, Mountain View Anna Harrison, sr., 800, Fort Vancouver Meri Dunford, jr., 1600, Prairie […]
Track athlete of the year: Nolan Mickenham, sr., Prairie Field athletes of the year: Darius Dancel, sr., Prairie; Brandon Abt, sr., Evergreen. FIRST TEAM Nolan Mickenham, sr., 100, Prairie Nolan Mickenham, sr., 200, Prairie Eli Keithley, jr., 400, Kelso Drew Weber, sr., 800, Fort Vancouver Shun Yamaguchi, sr., 1600, Mountain View Shun Yamaguchi, sr., 3200, […]
FIRST TEAM Ryan Davey, 100, Washougal Ryan Davey, 200, Washougal Koy Chaston, 400, Washougal August Albers, 800, Ridgefield Kyle Radosevich, 1600, Ridgefield Kyle Radosevich, 3200, Ridgefield Tyler Flanagan, 110H, Woodland Tyler Flanagan, 300H, Woodland Trey Knight, SP, Ridgefield Trey Knight, DIS, Ridgefield Jason Bowman, JAV, Woodland Alex Bishop, HJ, Woodland Judeah Sanders, PV, Woodland Nick […]
FIRST TEAM Heavan Burr, 100, Mark Morris Heavan Burr, 200, Mark Morris Heavan Burr, 400, Mark Morris Lucy Ianello, 800, Columbia River Allyson Peterson, 1600, Hockinson Amelia Pullen, 3200, Washougal Kiara Kallie, 100H, Washougal Kiara Kallie, 300H, Washougal Ellie Christian, SP, Columbia River Kiersten De La Rocha, DIS, Washougal Mackenzie Sparks, JAV, Ridgefield Nicole Guthrie, […]
Last years’ end state was horrible; the Portland Timbers, returning MLS Champions, missed the playoffs. Not good; especially when 60% of the teams in your Conference make the playoffs. Clearly changes needed to be made. Notable midfield additions include David Guzman, Sebastian Blanco, and the return of Dairon Asprilla. On the defensive side, where the Timbers had […]
For most, the hot topic/question for the Timbers is… What to do about Luca? For me, it’s certainly a short-term concern, but I’d submit there’s a longer term question that still needs to be answered that far outweighs what to do about Luca. To explain, if you will. The Timbers have seen the trees […]
Portland Timbers travel to Colorado for the first time this year and the challenge for both teams is finding the right balance between attacking and defending. In their last league home game the Timbers struggled in the first half – not unlike their US Open Cup match as well. If not for an untimely hand-ball by David […]
My time at The Columbian is coming to a close but I know we were always meant to be, even if our moment together was fleeting. Life is like that. A Tom Vogt article from The Columbian about my family cheering on the Venezuelan basketball team in the 1992 Tournament of the Americas hung in […]
The rumors have been confirmed: the Portland Trail Blazers are bringing in the NBA’s national radio voice into the both for all 82 games next season. Kevin Calabro is the new Blazers play-by-play man for the foreseeable future. Calabro, who was the Seattle Supersonics play-by-play man for 21 seasons until the team moved to Oklahoma […]
In perhaps their best team performance all year the Portland Timbers defeated the San Jose Earthquakes, in the fourth round of the US Open Cup, at Providence Park last night 2 – nil. I don’t offer that lightly – the Timbers have struggled on both sides of the ball this year – not only in finishing chances […]
The Portland Trail Blazers’ broadcast crew is undergoing a major overhaul and several faces who were synonymous with the organization will no longer be there. The team announced Wednesday that television duo Mike Rice and Mike Barrett, as well as radio analyst Antonio Harvey will not be with the team next season. A national search […]
The NBA Finals live to see another day. LeBron James and Kyrie Irving both scored 41 points and King James added 16 rebounds and seven assists to boot. SOMEBODY CALL STEPHEN A!!!!! LeBron would have had a triple-double had budding TJ Maxx Player Kevin Love been able to knock down a shot. Where are we with […]
It’s a Monday and it’s the summer, which can only mean one thing on this blog: Damian Lillard dropping new music. His latest #MusicMonday release is a freestyle over Mobb Deep’s classic “Shook Ones Pt. II.” featuring V.I.P.. Lillard is in Taipei as part of his adidas “Take on Summer” tour but he continues bringing the […]
This is the last week that I will writing on this blog, as you may have heard. However, The Network will live on beyond the confines of this space. The people need the content. The Real Lakers of Los Angeles are out here making waves and the Golden State Warriors, their parents and spouses, are […]