St. Helens and Scappoose football, volleyball and soccer are through the COVID-impacted Season 2 looking glass, but cross country is in the home stretch before the Northwest Oregon Conference District Meet.
In this COVID-shortened, socially-distanced, mask-mandated Northwest Oregon Conference girls’ soccer endeavor, St. Helens finds it’s shut out or be shut out.
The St. Helens High School Lions cross country team is preparing for a Northwest Oregon Conference meet with Hillsboro and Wilsonville scheduled for Wednesday, March 31, at Trojan Park in Rainier.
For 23 years, Pam Didier-Delwisch has coached high school dance and taught language arts to high school and middle school students in Scappoose.
The Oregon Schools Activities Association has clarified allowing fans at the high school sports competitions based on recent communications with the Oregon Health Authority (OHA)
Mavrick Rask’s fourth-quarter touchdown kept St. Helens’ heavy attack running in a Northwest Oregon Conference tilt at La Salle Prep Friday in Milwaukie, but the Falcons flew too high.
Because of the circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s certainly created a very unfortunate situation for numerous local athletes, while often preventing them from competing in sports.
The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) has opted to forgo conducting state championships for Season 2, returning control of the sixth week of the season – or culminating week – to the schools.
Governor Kate Brown has announced that the Oregon Health Authority will be revising its guidance for outdoor sports, as well as the exemption for college athletics.
The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) Executive Board has pushed the season start date for school sports to February and swap seasons around.
Students, families, coaches and the community wait for the resumption of middle and high school sports and other student activities, cancelled this past spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
River City Speedway's 36th year of stock car racing concluded with the Columbia Country Racing Association's Oct. 3 season finale, including the highlight event of the Sportsman Showcase Race.
With the unfortunate circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems rather amazing that there is some normal local cultural events taking place such as stock car races at River City Speedway in St. Helens.
The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) shifted its traditional Fall sports season contests to begin in March under a new 2020-21 school activities calendar approved by the association’s Executive Board.
The Columbia County Racing Association (CCRA) and club President Darrin Rye, of Warren, are looking toward the River City Speedway track season opener at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 13 in St. Helens.
Under normal conditions at this time of the year, River City Speedway would be bustling with race car drivers, pit crew members and avid stock car racing fans anticipating the 36th year of motorsports action at the Columbia County Fairgrounds facility in St. Helens.
Per Governor Kate Brown’s announcement earlier today that Oregon schools will be closed to in-person learning for the remainder of the school year, the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) has cancelled all remaining Spring activities and state championships.
The OSAA Executive Board announces that it will continue its current suspension of Spring activities but chose not to cancel any other remaining state championships at this time, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The official results are in following St. Helens High School swim team's participation at the NW Oregon Conference District Swim Meet Saturday at Parkrose High School. The boy's team captured 4th overall at the meet, and the girls took 5th.
The winter sports teams at St. Helens High School have surpassed their mid season checkpoints and are now heading down the home stretch towards the playoffs.