Battle Ground Sports News
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2 hrs ago | via The Columbian
The score does not look like it, but Battle Ground's defense came to play. Only, Camas' defense was even better. Comment?
12 hrs ago | via The Columbian
"We have masterminds in our coaches," said Camas safety Cooper McNatt, who had two interceptions, returning one for a touchdown in the Papermakers' 42-6 victory over Battle Ground at Doc Harris Stadium. "They just picked apart the offense. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 7 | via The Columbian
Ben Gruher shot a 2-under-par 34 at Camas Meadows to lead the Union boys golf team to a 151-168 win over Skyview. The victory clinched the 4A Greater St. Helens League title for the Titans with one match left. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 6 | via The Columbian
Some intriguing matchups across the Greater St. Helens Leagues this week starting with Tuesday's with 3A GSHL leader Columbia River visiting 4A GSHL leader Union in a makeup match from earlier this season. I was told Monday that the Chieftains aren't at full strength this week, but still you have two undefeated teams in league play going at it. Comment?
Sunday Oct 4 | via The Columbian
Ridgefield's Taryn Ries gives a post-game hug to Hockinson's Rylee Seekins after the Spudders' overtime win against the Hawks last week. I'm sure there are people in Ridgefield who might be interested. Comment?
Saturday Oct 3 | via The Columbian
The Tigers got a big crowd for a Thursday night game, improving to 4-1. This is what happens when a program starts winning. Comment?
Thursday Oct 1 | via The Columbian
The Battle Ground offense gets a lot of attention. It is warranted, too. Still, the Battle Ground defense had something to say Thursday night, taking down Heritage in a 42-0 Class 4A Greater St. Helens League football game at District Stadium. Comment?
Monday Sep 28 | via The Columbian
Prairie High School's courts were resurfaced in the summer of 2014, and Hudson's Bay had its courts resurfaced the summer of 2013. The new-look courts also received a gift courtesy of an Eagle Scout project by sophomore Christopher Sheppert in memory of a former Skyview tennis player. Comment?
Friday Sep 25 | via The Columbian
Wait, didn't this happen last year? Well, not exactly. Sure, the same teams that put up more than 1,100 yards of offense last year were on the field against each other again this year. Comment?
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