The legacy left by Kelso track and cross country legend Joe Stewart was tangible at Schroeder Field on Tuesday as hundreds of people who had been impacted by the longtime coach filled the grandstands for Stewart’s Memorial on what would have been his 67th birthday.
Both the Kelso boys and girls track teams capped their seasons with fourth place finishes at the 3A/4A Greater St. Helens League District Invite on Wednesday.
KELSO — The Kelso track and field team preceded its first home meet since the passing of former coach Joe Stewart with a moment of silence, a few short speeches, and brief point to the sign bearing his name outside of its track.
VANCOUVER — Taking the track for the first time since the passing of long time coach Joe Stewart, the Kelso track and field squads turned in yet another dual win, with the boys beating Heritage 101-48 to seal the title of undefeated 3A Greater St. Helens League Champions, and the girls ridin…
Some coaches come and go. They fill a role and move on when the time comes. But some coaches leave a lasting impact even after their time is up.
VANCOUVER – Two members of the Castle Rock track and field team earned district championships in jumping events at the 1A District IV meet at Seton Catholic High School on Friday.
RAINIER, Wash. — Kalama earned itself a trophy Thursday, winning the boys track and field 2B District IV title, while their girls placed second behind the hosts.
KELSO — The Kelso track and field team earned a pair of wins in its first home action of the year, beating Mountain View 83-61 in the boys meet and 90-51 in the girls.
CASTLE ROCK — The Castle Rock track and field team’s boys won the day, while the girls came in third by the closest of margins in a home 1A meet on Thursday.
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KALAMA — The Kalama track and field team hosted a 2B meet up the hill Thursday, welcoming Toledo, Morton-White Pass, Northwest Christian, and Firm Foundation. For their troubles, the hosts came out victorious on the girls’ side to remain undefeated on the season, while Toledo took a tightly-…
VANCOUVER — Both Castle Rock’s boys and girls track and field teams came in third in a three-school meet with Seton Catholic and White Salmon on Monday.
VANCOUVER — The Castle Rock track and field teams had a busy week, hosting one 1A TriCo meet against La Center and Seton Catholic on March 26, before going to Vancouver for an April 1 road date with the Wildcats and Cougars.
Athletes that a week ago were playing football, soccer, volleyball, and a host of other fall sports converged on Longview Memorial Stadium on Wednesday afternoon, as track and field became the latest sport to come off the blocks in the shortened 2021 season with R.A. Long hosting Woodland.
RAINIER, Wash — The 2B track season got off to a fast start Thursday, with a load of local athletes shedding their shoulder pads, knee pads, and shin guards and replacing them on short-notice with running spikes and various throwing implements as Toledo, Kalama, and Adna all converged on Rai…
I stepped in to the sports editor position at The Daily News on Feb. 28. It was great.
In this case, no news may indeed be decent news. At the very least, it’s a temporary absence of bad news.
This week Oregon joined Washington in pushing back the scheduled start of their high school sports seasons until February.
Prep sports hit the skids across the big river again Monday afternoon when schools in Columbia County shut down all of their sports practices in response to escalating incidents of COVID-19 cases.
WIAA Executive Director Mick Hoffman made an impassioned plea Thursday for the return of high school sports, even as the organization postpones and shortens its athletic seasons.
Another day, another change to the schedule. Such is life in 2020.
What once was feared is now confirmed. At a Tuesday meeting, WIAA executive board members agreed to suspend all indoor extracurricular activities for the next four weeks in concurrence with Gov. Jay Inslee’s latest directives regarding the surging COVID-19 pandemic.