Month: September 2014

Day After Report: What if I told you this really happened?

Perhaps one day the video productions teams from Battle Ground Public Schools and Evergreen Public Schools will create a documentary about this game. What if I told you that Battle Ground's […]

Camas hoops star Jasinsky goes national with dunk

This is a few days old now, but still worth a look if you haven't seen it. Camas High School basketball star Trevor Jasinsky was awarded the "Ball Is Life" dunk […]

Week 4 prep football previews, predictions

After last week’s cloak-and-dagger meeting with the Prep Proletariat, our discussion this week had to be done over the phone. Apparently, PP was laid up after injuring himself last week.   When […]

Associated Press prep football rankings: Camas moves up to No. 2 at 4A

CLASS 4A 1. Bothell (12)                    3-0 146 2. Camas (2)                       3-0 122 3. Skyline (1)                     3-0 120 4. Union                           3-0 109 5. Gonzaga Prep                    3-0 85 6. Chiawana                        2-1 83 7. […]

Making a racket: Week 3 in high school tennis

Yep, I've sat through my share of rain delays for tennis matches (US Open 2004 comes to mind here on the Grandstand). Thing about tennis players, coaches, and fans ... […]

Day After Report: Our return policy is simple

Doing this football reporting thing for as long as I have been doing this, I have a lot of memories to fall back on when writing this blog. Last night's Evergreen-Heritage […]

Making a racket: Week 2 in area high school tennis

In the goal to see most, if not all of the Greater St. Helens League tennis teams at some point this season, I made flybys to the Evergreen and Union […]

Week 3 prep football previews, predictions

So I went to talk to the Prep Proletariat about his Week 2 picks earlier this week. And ever since he started his Twitter account, the Prep Proletariat has become a […]

Day After Report: That’s just a dumb, dumb rule

Camas. Wow. What more to say other than "Camas." Union got another road win. Eventually the Titans do plan to play in Clark County, right? Heritage is 2-0 for the first time […]

Making a racket: First week of prep tennis

As an introduction, I'm The Columbian sports staff tennis nut. As much as high school sports reporter Paul Valencia loves his Oakland Raiders, I love tennis. As time allows, my […]

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