Reporter Paul Valencia and sports administrators Tony Liberatore and Cale Piland talk about high school sports
Here is Episode 9 of the Clark County Today Sports Podcast.
A high school football coach in Seattle resigned from his position, citing safety concerns when his program was moved “up” a tier and would be facing the giants of the league. Reporter Paul Valencia and former coaches and current sports administrators Cale Piland and Tony Liberatore discuss the situation.
Plus an update on Woodland schools, specifically the sports department, after the levy failed.
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- Evergreen running back all about sportsmanship and the family feelEvergreen running back James Bethune has had two 100-yard rushing performances this season, and he excels in the classroom.
- Mountain View’s Joseph Burcham all about football IQ, passion, and hustle As Mountain View prepares to take on rival Evergreen this week, the Thunder know that lineman Joseph Burcham will always be there for them.
- Professional soccer player Yaneisy Rodriguez returns home to donate equipmentColumbia River High School graduate and soccer star Yaneisy Rodriguez, who is now playing professionally in Mexico, returned to Vancouver to donate equipment to the Hudson’s Bay high school soccer program.
- No longer a coach, Rory Rosenbach makes triumphant return to McKenzie StadiumFormer Union football coach Rory Rosenbach is now the athletic director at Glacier Peak, and on Friday the Grizzlies from Snohomish visited Vancouver to take on Evergreen at McKenzie Stadium.
- High School football: Woodland looks ahead after stunning victory last weekThe Woodland Beavers know they won’t be surprising anyone the rest of this season, not after surprising defending league champion Washougal last week, and now the Beavers are looking to continue to improve week to week.