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Naselle sends boys, girls teams to state

The Naselle Comets boys basketball team traveled to Ellensburg for a regional game on Saturday to face Sunnyside Christian, the number one 1B seed in the state. The Comets lost 57-39. On Wednesday,...

 

Olsen headed to playoffs

Wahkiakum alum Baylee Olsen is headed to post season play with the California State University San Marcos basketball team. Olsen, a senior guard for the Cougars, is averaging 6.5 points and 3.5...

 

Knee issues slow Souvenir

Wahkiakum alum Peyton Souvenir, a sophomore guard for the Lewis and Clark State College women's basketball team, was slowed down but not stopped by some knee issues this season. She missed a bit of...

 

WHS announces honor roll

The Wahkiakum High School first semester honor roll for the 2018-19 school year has been announced. The following students earned a 4.0 GPA: Kaden Anderson, Cory Grangroth, Emmi Grangroth, Elizabeth Leitz, Jake Leitz, Megan Leitz, Daniel Martin,...

 

Lady Mules win district championship

The Wahkiakum Mules girls basketball team became the 2019 District 4 2B Champions after beating Ilwaco on Saturday night, 64-51, before a huge crowd at W.F. West High School in Chehalis. Ilwaco...

 

Mules gain experience at state Mat Classic

Five Wahkiakum wrestlers headed to the 31st Mat Classic, the state wrestling tournament at the Tacoma Dome, this weekend. They were eighth grader Kaiden Ray, ninth grader Cayden Mendez, sophomores...

 

Tigers knock Mules out of district

The Wahkiakum Mule boys basketball team put up a valiant fight to extend their season in district play last Friday, but Napavine was just too much and won the loser out game 57-51. “It was a tough loss for the guys,” Coach Todd Souvenir said....

 

District Basketball

Class 1B Boys Feb. 9 Naselle 80, Mary Knight 40 Taholah 74, Firm Foundation 37 Feb. 14 Championship: Naselle 82, Taholah 49 3rd./4th: Mary Knight 59, Firm Foundation 47 Naselle and Taholah go to Regional Tournament Class 1B Girls Feb. 9 Naselle 45,...

 

Weather throws district into chaos

“The best laid plans of mice and men” can be upset by winter weather. It is certainly causing trouble for the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association District 4 2B and 1B basketball tournaments. Every day there has been another...

 

Mules lose to Valley; continue district play

After beating South Bend in the opening round of district play, the Wahkiakum Mules boys basketball team traveled to Rochester last Thursday to take on the number three Pacific League team, Willapa Valley. The Mules lost 48-33 to the Vikings and...

 

Mule wrestlers heading to state Mat Classic

There has been an obvious downside to the bad weather, but it also created an opportunity for several Wahkiakum Mule wrestlers when regional tournaments were canceled. Five Mules will join wrestlers...

 

Mules top South Bend; take on Valley

Last week, a fight broke out in the second quarter of a game that would decide seventh place for the Pacific League. It was a season ender for the two teams involved in the incident, North Beach and...

 

Lady Mules claim Central League championship

The Wahkiakum Mules girls basketball team ended their regular season with a joyful noise and an 84-31 win last Wednesday. The Mules were undefeated in Central League games and claimed the league champ...

 

Mules boys notch three wins this week

The Wahkiakum Mules boys basketball team won three games this week and secured sixth place in the Central 2B league. The Mules hosted Onalaska last Wednesday and won, 62-52. "I thought the guys...

 

Lady Mules post more wins, still ranked first

The Wahkiakum Mules girls basketball team won three more games on the road this week to bring their record to 9-0 in league, 18-1 overall. They retain first place in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association statewide ranking for...

 

District Hoops

Unofficial League Standings District tournament starts Effective Jan. 28 Central 2B -Girls Conf. Overall W L W L Wahkiakum 9 0 18 1 Rainier 8 1 18 1 Adna 7 2 14 5 Toledo 6 3 13 6 Kalama 5 4 7 11 Mossyrock 5 4 7 11 Onalaska 4 5 11 8 Napavine 3 6 6 13...

 

WIAA honors Elliott

Wahkiakum Lady Mule Macie Elliott on Wednesday was named one of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association athletes of the week. Elliott led the Mules to three victories (Mossyrock, Toledo, and Onalaska) in the past week with a combined...

 

House bill proposes payment for college athletes

College students enrolled in an institution of higher education in Washington state could receive compensation for their athletic services, should House Bill 1084 become law. The proposed bill is sponsored by Reps. Drew Stokesbary, R-Auburn and...

 

Mules fall to Pirates, roll over Mounties

The Wahkiakum Mules boys basketball team split games last week. The Mules traveled to Adna last Wednesday and lost 67-36. Luke Brown scored 11 points to lead the Mules. Brody Carlson and K.C. Beery...

 

Lady Mules add two more wins

The Wahkiakum Mules girls basketball team won two more games this week to bring their record to 6-0 in league, 15-1 overall. On Thursday, the Lady Mules beat the Napavine Tigers 63-19. "It was a good...

 

Lady Mules crush Ocosta, Kalama

The Wahkiakum Lady Mules continue to roll through the competition, adding two more wins this week. The team beat Ocosta in a non-league game at home on Monday 79-32. "Overall I thought we did a super...

 

Mules dump Cardinals, lose to Chinooks

The Wahkiakum Mules boys basketball team lost last Wednesday but ended the week with a win. The season started on Friday with the 54-46 win against Winlock, as far as Coach Todd Souvenir is...

 

Lady Mules roll over Winlock 68-21

The Wahkiakum Mules girls basketball team returned to play after Christmas break with an easy win, and senior Macie Elliott surpassed 1,200 career points to join an elite crew of former Mule cagers...

 

Comets, Ducks take wins over Mules

The Wahkiakum Mules boys basketball team lost two this week. On Thursday, the boys traveled to Toutle Lake and lost 65-56. "We came into the game knowing we needed to take care of Michael Adams and...

 

Lady Mules win 2, then suffer 1st loss

Wahkiakum basketball teams traveled to the east side of the state last week to play Colfax and participate in a tournament hosted by Colton, a 1B school. The Lady Mules beat Colfax 73-46 on Thursday. Macie Elliott scored 25 points and had 10 assists...

 

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