After signing the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class in the 2022 recruiting cycle, the Oregon Ducks women’s basketball program has hit the ground running in the 2023 class. Oregon is the only program in the country with commitments from two of the nation’s top-32 prospects, first landing Idaho point guard Amari Whiting before the weekend addition of Sofia Bell.
‘They’re the beating heart of the team.’ Tualatin has no shortage of stars, but it’s the offensive line that makes the offense go
Sure, there are the names everyone knows when it comes to the high-powered offensive attack of the Tualatin football team. There’s senior running back Malik Ross, a Class 6A offensive player of the year candidate. There’s the big, athletic group of receivers, including senior wideouts Cole Prusia, Peter Burke and Kellen Hale, as well as junior tight end Richie Anderson. The Timberwolves also boast not one, but two standout quarterbacks in senior Jackson Jones and junior Jack Wagner.
MOUNT HOOD, Ore. (KPTV) - The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is behind us and lots of skiers and snowboarders are itching for a trip to Mount Hood, but the ski season is getting off to a late start this year. The average opening day for Mt. Hood Meadows is November 25....
Just months after competing in their spring 2021 season, high school athletes in Oregon returned to some normalcy in the fall and completed a regular volleyball season. Here are the all-Mt. Hood Conference teams for volleyball:. Coach of the Year: Janeen Rainey, David Douglas. Player of the Year: Makayla Roginski,...
Sometimes to experience the most glorious of sunrises you must endure the darkest of nights. That’s a little like what Mountain View boys basketball coach J.C. Alexander is going through this season. Alexander described the first two weeks of practices with this year’s Thunder squad as “the best two weeks...
Clackamas Community College’s women’s basketball team won all three games of the Thanksgiving Invitational Tournament, which took place at CCC over Thanksgiving weekend. During the first game on Friday Nov. 26, Clackamas faced off against Mt. Hood Community College. CCC was ahead for the entire game, and eventually beat Mt. Hood 81-34.
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PORTLAND, Ore. — On Tuesday, the Portland Thorns introduced their new head coach, Rhian Wilkinson, who will lead the team starting in 2022. The former Canadian national team player and two-time Olympic bronze medalist had played for the Thorns for a short period of time in 2015. She most recently served as an assistant coach with the England Women's National Team.
Central Catholic calls on ‘Independent Contractors’ to help secure victory against Jesuit and ‘The Franchise’
The Jesuit football team calls its offensive line “The Franchise,” so nicknamed because of how its trademark power running attack is fueled annually by the big men in the trenches. After Central Catholic survived a late scare from the Crusaders to win their Class 6A semifinal 35-28 on Friday night...
PORTLAND, Ore. — Several young figure skaters from the Portland area will soon be heading to Nashville, Tennessee to compete at the National Championships. Samuel Mindra, an 18-year-old from Happy Valley, will compete in the Junior Men's Division. Three others, 15-year-old Tia Hilbelink and 17-year-old Andriy Kratyuk from Beaverton and 16-year-old Mark Williams from Lake Oswego qualified for a team camp.
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VANCOUVER — R.A. Long played with high intensity as they took down 3A Heritage 56-42 in new coach Kyle Randall’s first win in charge of the Lumberjills. In his first look at his squad, Randall was happy with the high motor his players displayed from start to finish. “I liked...
King’s Way Christian at Evergreen, 7:30 p.m. W.F. West at Ridgefield, 7 p.m. Woodland at La Center, 7 p.m. Castle Rock at Winlock, 7 p.m. Portland Christian at Seton Catholic, 8 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL. Evergreen at King’s Way Christian, 6 p.m. Fort Vancouver at Centralia, 7 p.m. La Center at...
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What’s next for record-setting Marshfield QB Dom Montiel? Basketball season, followed by college football … somewhere
Marist Catholic coach Frank Geske has seen plenty of quarterback prospects during his nearly half-century career at the high school and college levels. He knows what it takes for a quarterback to succeed at the Division I level. And he has no doubt Marshfield senior Dom Montiel has what it...
MEN’S BASKETBALL 2-3 (0-0) Getting outscored early in the game, the Viks fell to the crosstown rivals, the Portland Pilots, 69-54 on Tuesday night. The Viks went 10-32 in the first half, and 0-9 on three-pointers—only scoring 20 while the Pilots had 37. The Viks improved to 2-14 in the second half on three-pointers, making them 2-23 on threes in total. The Pilots now have a three-game winning streak over the Viks.
At a recent scholastic chess tournament I had a chance to talk with the organizer and Tournament Director 12-year-old Roshen Nair. Coach Larry: Roshen will you please tell us about yourself?. Roshen Nair: I’m a Sophomore at Jesuit High School and my main passions are chess and math. CL: How...
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Rhian Wilkinson introduced as the replacement for Mark Parsons, vows to work to strengthen NWSL club on, off the field. Rhian Wilkinson is a bit of an accidental coach. It wasn't her lifelong dream, or anything. Her parents are English professors, and, until she got a taste of coaching late in her playing career, she figured education might be her path beyond soccer.
Area dance students express delight in clogging while also helping out a community service. Aubrey Defabis of Gervais was initially circumspect about clog dancing. But once she became involved, she embraced it entirely. "At first, when my mom signed me up, I was a little bit worried," Aubrey acknowledged about...
WIAA 3A football championship preview: Us-against-world Kennewick faces its final test — resurgent state power Bellevue
Bellevue and Kennewick’s runs to the Class 3A state title game have been, in many ways, engineered with the same fuel. Defensive-minded. Homegrown teams. As the two programs prepare to meet in Saturday’s state championship game, giant-toppling Kennewick — the highest-seeded team left — seeks its first-ever state trophy against a new-look Wolverines team that has been a mainstay on this stage in the 21st century.
Congratulations to Marysville-Pilchuck running back Dylan Carson for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Washington High School Athlete of the Week for Nov. 15-21! The senior rushed for 427 yards and five touchdowns in a 39-21 win over No. 4 Yelm, pushing his season rushing total to 46 touchdowns and 2,567 yards — 114 yards away from Interlake’s Jordan Todd (2,681 yards) for the fifth-most single-season rushing yards in state history, per state high school football historian Dave Maley.