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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Paul Huddleston, athletic director, said coaches and community members are rallying, looking for creative solutions after the recent levy failure for Woodland Public Schools led to massive cuts to the athletic department.
The sports enthusiasts talk about competition between the haves and the have-nots in high school football, WIAA reclassification update, Woodland High School’s sports issues after the fail of a levy, and more
New food options, more merchandise, and more action on the field is expected this summer when the Ridgefield Raptors open its baseball season on June 1.
Lee Hunter was told no 51 times, so he tried a 52nd time, and got the ‘biggest, best hit I ever had in my life’ when he was hired as Union High School’s baseball coach.
Reporter Paul Valencia took in a baseball game last week between two teams that did not make it to the baseball playoffs, and he witnessed plenty of winning moments.