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Rally falls short as Panthers edge Timberwolves in final two games for 3-2 win

A furious comeback after falling behind 7-0 in the final set, fell short as Goldendale lost their home opener to River View 3-2 in volleyball.... Full story

 

Pick-six for Boardman as Timberwolves down River View Panthers

Goldendale repaid a debt by defeating River View 26-14 at Finley, Friday. Last year the Panthers won 26-18 in Goldendale. In that game the Panthers do...

 

Fumbles costly as Cougars lose to Naselle in second half scoring explosion

Naselle took advantage of Lyle-Wishram's third quarter errors to defeat the Cougars in Lyle, 24-18. Gavyn Nelson threw for 242 yards and a pair of...

 

Cougars sweep pair of matches to open volleyball season on a strong foot

Lyle-Wishram continued its unbeaten streak to start the year with a 3-0 win over White Swan. The game was won from the service line, according to assistant coach Joe Bales. Caity Showalter served up...

 

Wolves look for first goal against Wahluke, Saturday

Goldendale was handed a loss in their season opening soccer match at White Salmon. The Bruins shut out the Lady Timberwolves 15-0. Goldendale pressed the attack throughout the match with coaches...

 

Lady Pirates open with pair of road sweeps

Bickleton won its two opening volleyball matches under the guidance of new coach Sharmi Pond. Pond said first game jitters had the girls shaky on serve-receive against a good serving Zillah JV team,...

 

Rising runners start strong for Goldendale at Ellensburg

Goldendale’s Dillon Rising is off to a strong start in cross-country with a fifth place finish among a large entry in the Ellensburg community cross-country meet, last Saturday. Rising was 20...

 

WDFW rescinds restrictions as cool air and rain ease river and lake conditions

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that drought closures and hoot owl rules have been cancelled for many areas following cooler weather and rain. Restrictions were lifted on...

 

Low flow again on Klickitat River

The flow rate of the Klickitat River dropped below 600 cfs again. With minimal late season ice melt, the river has dropped to 591 cfs, still above the all time low of 439 cfs, but short of the mean...

 

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