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High School Sports Blog Mason Kelley covers High School Sports for The Seattle Times...Some teams are still working to find chemistry and some teams haven't even played a game yet. So, with that said, I didn't change the Class 4A and 3A rankings much.
The 27-year-old Richland resident was returning from a late Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday night with fiance Stephen Metzger and their 3-year-old son, Brennen Davidson, when they were hit by a pickup traveling the wrong way on westbound Interstate 82
The Cougars played Saturday's 3A state semifinal football game against fellow unbeaten Kamiakin without senior Tyler Sundberg, the state's leading rusher with more than 2,400 yards. The result was a 45-18 loss to the Braves at snowy Lampson Stadium,
The urban arterial grant will pay for reconstruction of about six-tenths of a mile of the four-lane street, including a center left-turn lane. "This will complete what we started in doing the work near Metaline Avenue (at Kamiakin High School) this
Semifinals Class 4A Saturday's games Bellarmine Prep (11-1) vs...East Valley (Spokane) (7-5) at Albi Stadium (Spokane), 1 p.m...When the Bellevue High School coaching staff decided to move Michael Foreman from safety to cornerback last season, Danny
The Kamiakin High School football team is scheduled to face Olympia's Capital Cougars in the 3A state semi-finals 1 p.m...But the winter storm that hit the region Monday covered the field and bleachers with a thick, frozen blanket. Rather than let
WSU Tri-Cities offering tour for new students WSU Tri-Cities offering tour for new students WSU Tri-Cities in Richland is inviting future students and their parents to a campus tour at 11 a.m...Reservations are advised and can be done online at www.
The event is open to ages 4 and older and participants must be accompanied by a father or guardian. Cost is $6 each and includes food, beverages, crafts, games and music. Tickets are available at the high school office or Gadgets and Goodies store,
A pair of high school students from Kennewick got a surprise up-close look at the political process -- along with a free lunch -- while attending a student conference last week. Ashley Bronson and Breanne Short, both 17-year-old seniors at Kamiakin
Dennis Dauble, an aquatic ecologist, will lead the class, which includes readings on natural history of the Mid-Columbia Basin covering 200 years. The class is from 7 to 8 p.m. at Kamiakin High School, Room 353, in Kennewick...Saturday a walk is