Month: April 2015

Making a Racket: Down the stretch

Skyview probably isn't going to be caught atop the 4A Greater St. Helens League girls tennis standings, however, with four matches to play, the Storm haven't officially clinched yet. The Storm […]

Fort Vancouver baseball celebrates its past and future

The Fort Vancouver baseball program celebrated its past and gave its present-day players a glimpse into their future. No, nobody is predicting this Fort Vancouver team will win a state championship […]

Making a Racket: Visit to Evergreen

[caption id="attachment_4052" align="alignleft" width="1024"] Evergreen No. 1 singles player Becca Mattson. (Jeff Klein/The Columbian)[/caption] This week's court visit took me to Evergreen to see the Plainsmen and Heritage in a 4A […]

Making a Racket: Meet Prairie’s Akari Baba

[caption id="attachment_4048" align="aligncenter" width="1019"] Prairie senior Akari Baba, No. 1 singles player for the Falcons. (Jeff Klein photo/The Columbian)[/caption] Prairie coach Chris Lindquist can't say enough good things about Akari Baba, […]

Remembering Troy Polamalu in high school

Reports say that my favorite non-Raider in the NFL history is calling it a career. Troy Polamalu of the Steelers is retiring. I am one of the few members of the […]

Making a Racket: Rain, rain go away edition

Back in my high school tennis playing days (well before any of the current players were even born I might add!), there was this one road trip my high school […]

Softball prospectus

We received a few softball prospectus forms from area coaches. Here they are. And for those who are not listed, it's not too late. We can add to this blog […]

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