High School Sports

Previews of Week 3 high school football (with livestream links) in Southwest Washington

Week 3 of high school football: Seton Catholic vs. Tenino When: 7 p.m. Thursday Where: Tenino HS What: Non-league game Livestream: Facebook Live (free) https://www.facebook.com/sccougarsfootball/ Game notes: Seton Catholic (1-1) fell to Castle Rock 50-16 last week. Elijah Volk rushed for 60 yards and one TD. Lance Stuck caught five passes for 62 yards and one TD. Tenino (0-3) lost […]

Week 2 high school football games (with livestream links) in Southwest Washington

This week’s games, plus links to livestream each game: Union vs. Camas When: 7 p.m. Friday Where: Doc Harris Stadium, Camas What: 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League game Livestream: NFHS Network (subscription required) https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/camas-high-school-camas-wa/gam8e9c639cc6 Game notes: This is season opener for both teams. Union is coming off a 6-5 season that ended with 28-21 loss to Lake Stevens in the […]

Quick previews of Week 1 football games in Southwest Washington

Stevenson vs. Ilwaco When: 7 p.m. Friday Where: Ilwaco High School What: Southwest 2B League game. Livestream: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/ilwaco-high-school-ilwaco-wa/gama6e6d6cdeb (NFHS feed, requires monthly subscription) Game notes: This is Stevenson’s season opener. The Bulldogs are dropping down to Class 2B after opting up to play as a member of the 1A Trico League in years page. Stevenson […]

Thursday (Feb. 18) options for viewing live high school sports in Southwest Washington

High schools are scrambling to provide ways for fans to watch live football, soccer and volleyball games during Season 1, with limitations in place for in-person spectators. Schools like Ridgefield, Hockinson, Woodland, R.A. Long and Stevenson plan to livestream every home game for free via their school’s YouTube channel. Mark Morris has plans to broadcast […]

High school football given path to return in Oregon

Gov. Kate Brown announced Wednesday that the Oregon Health Authority is revising its guidance for outdoor sports as well as its exemption for college sports, the Eugene Register-Guard reported. In other words, there is now a path for high school football to return to the field, as well as all other prep sports and lower […]

Nine players from Southwest Washington makes Seattle Times’ 2021 Chips List

Nine players from Southwest Washington were placed on the Seattle Times’ annual Chips Lists of the 100 college football prospects for the Class of 2021. The list, determined by Times high school sports coordinator Nathan Joyce with input from recruiting experts, are broken into three groups. Blue chips: An athlete who could start and star […]

WIAA creates open forum for anyone to submit opinions on proposed amendments

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association is allowing the public to submit their opinions on 10 proposed amendments that will go up for vote later this spring. At a link on the WIAA website, people will get an explanation of each amendment, plus pros and cons of each. Then people can share their thoughts. The forum […]

Camas’ Jacques Badolato-Birdsell will miss football season with torn knee ligament

When the Camas Papermakers return to the field for the 2020-21 football season, it will be without their star running back. Jacques Badolato-Birdsell underwent surgery for a fully torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered earlier this month, Andy Buhler of Scorebook Live reported. The All-Region running back, who signed with the University of Nevada last month, […]

A hard look at COVID-19 data keeping Southwest Region in Phase 1 and data shows for the future

The numbers came on Friday, and they weren’t good. Every region in the state saw its number of new COVID-19 cases go in the wrong direction, meaning no region will be moving to Phase 2 of the Healthy Washington reopening plan on Monday. The Southwest Region again only met one of four metric thresholds required […]

Revised 2020-21 athletic calendar for Southwest Washington

On Tuesday night, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced its revised calendar for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year. Here is an outline of how the timeline will look like here in Southwest Washington, based on the outline announced last week by the athletic directors of the 4A and 3A Greater St. Helens League. […]

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