High School Sports


The 2019 Cascade High School boys and girls tennis team. Back Row from left: Zac Holton, Avery Jacobson, Olivia Capellini, Vrushika Doshi, Ava Northrup, Chloe Palmer, Kolby Hunt, Austin McElravy and James Dickinson. Front Row from left: Leora Aurillio, Kayden Peterson, Kaitlin Hesse, Lily Keziah, Xitlali Espinosa, Cooper Bryan, Hans Schlyer, Megan Evans and Rory Swaboda. Not Pictured: Stella Johnson and Dorothy Espinosa. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
During the weekday afternoon, the sound of rackets hitting tennis balls echo from the Cascade High School gym - or the Icicle River Middle School gym, depending on the day. The sounds are from the Cascade High School boys and girls tennis team, who are back in full swing for the season. Last season...

The 2019 Cascade softball team. Back row from left to right: Alondra Acevedo, Renee’ Lambert, Emma Kampen-Palmer, Nayeli Fernandez and Itzel Guzman. Front Row from left to right: Kaija Lovelady, Kayla Bittle, Truh Merriman, Sarah Paulson, Madison Hardy, Madeline Schiefelbein, Jocellyn Rodriquez, Nicole Dunn and Autumn West. Not Pictured: Perla Martinez. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade High School fastpitch-softball team is gearing up to make another run in the Caribou Trail League. The Lady Kodiaks finished last season with a 15-7 overall record, capturing the Caribou Trail League and District 6 titles along the way. They were eliminated in the 1A State Championships...

The 2019 Cascade High School boys track and field team. Back row from left to right: James Young, Steven Tveten, Duncan Allen, Gavin Hall, Florian Jan and Parker Nunnally. Front row from left to right: Jace Seely, Skye Bartz, Landon Davies, Leo Guerra, Jet Bailey, Alex Sanchez, Andrew Magnaghi and Isaac Tveten. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade High School boys and girls track and field teams come into 2019 with over 40 athletes donning Kodiak jerseys this season. “We’ve got good numbers,” Head Coach Bill Davies said of this year's turnout. “I’m pretty happy with the amount of kids we have.” Both Cascade teams are coming off...

Cascade High School senior Heidi Dougherty is one of the new members in this year's CHS Equestrian Team. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO.
The Cascade High School Equestrian Team is gearing up for the 2019 season. The club is coming off the heels of an impressive 2018 season where they won the Washington State High School Equestrian Team (WAHSET) District One "High Point Title" for the fourth-consecutive year. The CHS team, comprised...
The Cascade High School wrestling team finished their 2018-19 season - a season that turned out to be their most successful campaign in decades. Although wrestling is an individual sport, the Kodiak grapplers celebrated numerous milestones as a team, including winning its first Caribou Trail League...
The Cascade High School wrestling team finished their season on Feb. 16, on day two of the Mat Classic XXXI state championships. The Kodiaks finished 17th out of 47 teams with 63 points.  "It was nice having 14 guys at state and to get the opportunity to wrestle," Head Coach Jesus Sandoval said. "...
Cascade High School swimmer James Young wrapped up his high school swimming career on Feb. 15 at the 2A Boys Swimming and Diving Championships. Young took 17th in the 50-yard freestyle event with a personal record of 23.27 seconds, breaking his old PR by .54 seconds. The Kodiak swimmer also...
In the first day of state competition, five Cascade High School wrestlers advanced to the second day of the Mat Classic XXXI in Tacoma. Hunter Reinhart went 2-0 in the 285 pound weight class. He scored a 42-pound pinfall over Freeman’s Tyson Delcour and followed it with a 42-second pin over Wahluke...

Cascade's Manuel Camarena and the rest of the Kodiak wrestling team will compete in the Mat Classic on Feb. 15-16. Photo by Al Stover/Echo
Kodiak wrestler Manuel Camarena holds a rose given to him while saying farewell CHS Athletic Director Dominique Coffin and his fellow Cascade High students. Camarena, and 13 other Cascade wrestlers were given a sendoff before leaving for Tacoma to compete in the Mat Classic XXXI in the Tacoma Dome...

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Cascade High School’s James Young will wrap up his high school swimming career at the 2A State Boys Swimming and Diving Championships, scheduled for Feb.15-16 at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington. Young will compete in the 50 yard freestyle event. He participated in the same...

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