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Three Woodland soccer teams competed in the state championships at the Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila on Saturday, Dec. 11, with two taking home the win. The Reign of the U-11 division and the … more
The Battle Ground girls bowling teams started off their season strong with a 4-0 undefeated streak. So far, the team has gone against Evergreen, Union, Skyview and Camas. They were able to … more
A number of students from Battle Ground High School and Prairie High School have been chosen to be on the fall 2021 All-League teams from Southwest Washington.  According to a news release, … more
Battle Ground resident Ninion Beseda, 70, is a world class bench-presser and former powerlifter who recently won the World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters (WABDL) World Championship in … more
The Woodland Beavers football team, which is composed of fifth and sixth graders, have finished the season in the best way possible.  In their last game against Castle Rock, the team won … more
Prairie High School’s varsity slowpitch softball team was recently named the 2021 Academic 3A state champions after the team maintained a combined grade point average of … more
Woodland resident Justin Wolff is the owner of a fishing tackle shop called Angler West. What you may not know is that the shop is named after a TV show Wolff himself started in March 2003, which … more
The Battle Ground High School slowpitch softball team took fourth place at the state tournament on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30 at the Gateway Sports Complex in Yakima, marking the first time the team made it … more
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) has partnered with CSL Esports, the nation’s largest Esports league, to bring a program to Battle Ground High School. With 10 … more
Jim Nielsen’s basketball career is as bright as it always has been. At nearly 78 years old, Nielsen is competing at the Huntsman World Senior Games in St. George, located in the southwest … more
Connor Bringhurst is quite familiar with the fairway. Since he was 10 years old, the Ridgefield player has participated in tournaments all across the United States. Before that, he’d spend days … more
High school football teams around Clark County are preparing for a full lineup of competitions, unlike last spring’s shortened five and six-game seasons. Practices started on Aug. 18. … more
Once again, Elizabeth Peery will vie for a top ranking in the nationwide Major League Baseball Pitch Hit & Run competition. In 2019, Peery performed well enough to place third in the country … more
The Battle Ground softball team continued its legacy of success during the 2021 season, with no signs of slowing down for next year. The shortened season, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, … more
Kinora Hayes found an unexpected sense of family through wrestling. Hayes, a 2021 graduate of Ridgefield High School, was first introduced to wrestling around the age of 6 when she tried … more
It’s hard to keep 8-year-old twin sisters Jaycee and Reagan Davis out of the gym. Both sisters were glued to the television when the 2016 Rio Olympics came on and they took a specific … more
After Olympian Simone Biles abruptly pulled out of the Toyko 2020 women’s gymnastic team final, Prairie High School alum Jordan Chiles stepped up to the occasion. Chiles, 20, had originally … more
One athlete, born and raised in Woodland, will head to Harvey Mudd College in the fall to continue his love of throwing. Jason Bowman first broke Woodland High School’s javelin record his … more
As a child, Lillian “Lily” Mittmann would watch her older brother pack up for little league baseball practices. Mittmann attended all of her brother’s, Cody Knight, games and … more
The Ridgefield Little League Intermediate baseball team went 1-2 at the state tournament after an undefeated district championship and regular season. The team, made up of 13-year-olds, traveled … more
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