Reporter Paul Valencia, and local high school administrators Tony Liberatore and Cale Piland talk about sports
Welcome back to the Clark County Today Sports Podcast. This is Episode 2. (And, by the way, we are open to a new name for the podcast.)
Reporter Paul Valencia, along with school administrators and former coaches Tony Liberatore and Cale Piland talk local and some national sports.
- This week, we talk a little bit about Signing Day and some of the big-name football coaches who have and haven’t come to Clark County to visit potential recruits.
- We get into sportsmanship and what can be done to avoid horrendous, 100-point margins of victory in basketball.
- A salute to Brooklynn Haywood of Union girls basketball for her 50-point game.
- Some coaching changes in local high school football.
- A shout out to Ryland Spencer of Cascadia Preps, and a little known fact: Cale Piland coached Ryland Spencer in Cale’s one season with Juanita football.
- Plus our Super Bowl picks.
As stated when we introduced this podcast, for now we are recording once every two weeks. We appreciate any feedback or topic ideas. Send them to Paul Valencia at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Camas girls claim Class 4A state basketball championshipThe Camas Papermakers completed their run to the Class 4A girls’ state basketball championship Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.
- State basketball Saturday: Skyview, Seton Catholic boys place sixth at their venuesThe Skyview boys basketball team earned their second state trophy in program history, and the Seton Catholic boys basketball team got its first trophy.
- State basketball Friday: Camas returns to championship gameThe Camas Papermakers won their semifinal game Friday night and look to win their first state championship in girls basketball, a year after losing in the finals in the Tacoma Dome.
- State basketball Friday consolation: Skyview wins a thriller to reach trophy gameSkyview and Seton Catholic boys basketball teams will be playing in trophy games Saturday at state tournaments; Columbia River girls and Columbia Adventist Academy boys lose in elimination games.
- State basketball Thursday: Camas cruises in quarterfinals, with help from everyoneThe Camas girls basketball team had no problems in the state quarterfinals Thursday, rolling past Tahoma en route to the Class 4A state semifinals.