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LONG BEACH — The Lady Fishermen (4-6) softball team dropped both games in a doubleheader against a powerful Pe Ell/Willapa Valley (7-0) team 21-3 and 16-1 respectively on Tuesday, April 6 in L…

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ILWACO — The Hilltop boys and girls track teams are hitting their stride this season led by a balanced group of emerging athletes.

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ILWACO — Cory Morrison #72 is a graduating senior on the Ilwaco High School football team. A list printed last week did not include his name.

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ILWACO — The Ilwaco (0-2) softball team lost a season-opening double-header against Ocosta (2-0), losing 8-0 and 13-2 respectively on Friday, March 26.

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ILWACO — The Ilwaco Boys (0-1) soccer team faced a swift Seton Catholic Cougar (1-0) squad, losing 9-1 on a sloppy field on Saturday, March 27 in Ilwaco.

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GUNNISON, Colo. — In his youth, he was Ilwaco’s memorable Peter Pan. Now that he is grown up, Evan Sutherland is continuing to work some magic.

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CATHLAMET — The Ilwaco football team (3-2) ran into a buzz saw Friday night in Cathlamet, where an overpowering Wahkiakum Mule squad (5-0) team ran roughshod over the Fishermen 49-0 to cap an …

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ILWACO — The Ilwaco Lady Fishermen (3-5, 2-4 2B Pacific) volleyball team edged back toward .500 after defeating the Ocosta Wildcats (3-5, 3-2 2B Pacific) in four sets (25-22, 14-25,25-18, 25-1…

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NASELLE — Senior football captain Jimmy Strange had a busy Saturday night. The Comets running back scored four of Naselle’s 10 touchdowns — and was crowned Homecoming King at halftime.

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WESTPORT — There are some sore shoulders on the Ocosta football team this week after the Naselle Comets drubbed the Wildcats 52-12 on Saturday night in Westport.

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Last Wednesday the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) changed its plan for high school sports reopening in response to the new “Roadmap to Recovery” announced by Gov. Jay I…

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The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association released a list of 10 proposed amendments this week ahead of its Winter Coalition meeting on Monday, Jan. 25, including proposals to allow…

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ILWACO — Ilwaco High School Class of 2019 graduate Landin Frank signed a letter of commitment earlier this month to play baseball for the Division II Florida Southern Moccasins in the 2021-22 …

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Bob Enos landed on the Peninsula when he “retired” to Surfside in 2006 after a long teaching and coaching career at Forks. But it turned out he had another long career ahead of him. Enos has b…

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ILWACO — The Gold Card, a fundraiser coupon sold door-to-door to raise money for Ilwaco athletics, is giving way to the Fishermen Pass, an online coupon available through the Long Beach Penins…

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RENTON — Most high school athletes won’t start their 2020 season until February 2021 under the latest plan announced Nov. 19 by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.

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ILWACO — Tim Harrell has resigned as Ilwaco High School boys basketball coach, and Justin Russell, previously the assistant girls basketball coach, has taken over the boys head coaching positi…

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RENTON — If all goes according to plan, it will be a high school sports season like none other in Washington. If it doesn’t, thousands of student-athletes across the state will feel the bitter…

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RENTON — At a meeting earlier this month, the WIAA Executive Board drafted guidelines for the anticipated reopening of schools and activities for the upcoming school year.

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ILWACO — September, the month when the weather begins to cool and students return to school, also marks the beginning of a new high school sports season, highlighted by football games under th…

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OCEAN PARK — As a freshman, Blake Kukula thought he would be on top of the world if he won four individual state golf championships.

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OLYMPIA — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced April 7 that recreational fishing, shellfish harvesting and spring turkey and bear hunting seasons will be delayed in an effo…

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Monday’s announcement from Gov. Jay Inslee that all Washington schools will be closed throughout the remainder of the 2019-2020 year dashed hopes that high-school athletes could still compete …

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RENTON — The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) announced that it plans to go forward with May state championships in spring sports if schools reopen as scheduled after A…

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PACIFIC COUNTY — With high schools in Washington state closed through at least April 24 to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, there will be no school athletic events or practices througho…

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SPOKANE — All four fields in Spokane crowned a new champion this year; in fact, all four of last year’s champions slipped a lot this year, and none reached semifinals in Spokane.

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High scorer Lauren Katyryniuk looks for a shot as team mate Jackie Steenerson, right, provides some space during action against Curlew in the state championship basketball tournament in Spokan…

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SPOKANE — The Comets left Spokane with the third-place trophy and a very strong case that they are the second-best team in the state after coming back for an overtime quarterfinal win, taking …

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The Odessa Tigers proved they are more than just Ryan Moffet, reaching the State final with a semifinal 62-56 victory over Naselle Friday in a game where Ethan Lindstrom kept their sharp-shoot…

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SPOKANE — Ilwaco came up short against a pair of Eastern Washington teams at the State tournament Thursday and Friday March 5-6, losing to fifth-place finisher Northwest Christian (Colbert) an…

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SPOKANE – Naselle's boys team reached semifinals with an overtime win and Willapa Valley's boys pulled off the day's most shocking upset at the b-school state basketball tournament Thursday.