Clark County Today Sports Podcast, Episode 18: Salute to state champions, a final four run, and the possibility of a ‘transfer portal’ in Washington high school sports

Our sports enthusiasts say congratulations to Columbia River volleyball, Ridgefield girls soccer, and the Seton Catholic football team, plus we discuss proposed amendments that could be voted on by WIAA members, including new rules regarding transfer student-athletes.


Reporter Paul Valencia and sports administrators Tony Liberatore and Cale Piland talk about high school sports and more

Paul Valencia
ClarkCountyToday.com

Welcome back to the Clark County Today Sports Podcast.

In this episode we discuss the incredible performances from Columbia River volleyball and Ridgefield girls soccer, as well as Seton Catholic’s first football run to the semifinals.  

We also get into proposed amendments for the WIAA. Will a transfer portal be coming to high school sports in Washington? OK, not exactly the same thing as in college sports, but, well, you’ll have to take a listen.

Beyond high school sports, Paul Valencia shares some personal sports-related news. Hint: It’s about his passion for the Raiders. 

The podcast format is simple. Tony Liberatore of Vancouver Public Schools and Cale Piland of Evergreen Public Schools give their thoughts, along with Clark County Today reporter Paul Valencia. Liberatore and Piland are longtime sports administrators. And Valencia has been a sports reporter in the region for more than 20 years. 

We’re always interested in subject ideas for a future podcast. Email us a subject idea.

Send us your thoughts at: paul.v@clarkcountytoday.com.


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