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(360) 942-3466 • PO Box 706, Raymond, WA 98577

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Showing 4 articles from May 18, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Back to nature
Back to nature

By SCOT PEARSON

PACIFIC COUNTY – With the early introduction of oyster farming in Washington dating back to the 1800’s, a young industry was unknowingly introducing spartina pectinata, an invasive aquatic grass that would have to be dealt with two centuries later.

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WHH - Sports

Lorton, Fluke advance to golf districts
Emily Fluke, WVHS
Lorton, Fluke advance to golf districts

By SCOT PEARSON

COSMOPOLIS – The girls of the Willapa Harbor golf team played the Highlands golf course for the District IV sub-district tournament. Advancing to districts, Emma Lorton of South Bend and Emily Fluke of Willapa Valley, will take their season for another round.

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Raymond boys conquer sub-district meet
Photo by Steve Rogers Willapa Valley's Jessica Cook and South Bend's Morgan Patterson take the baton from teammates Lauren Friese (WV) and Kaelani Collins (SB) at last week's sub-district track meet at Naselle.
Raymond boys conquer sub-district meet

By SCOT PEARSON

NASELLE – The Pacific League held their sub-district track and field event last Wednesday and Friday in Naselle and the Raymond boys ran away with overall first place in the seven-school competition. 

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Willapa Harbor Baseball Little League Highlights

May 7, Dennis Company 5, Brumfield 3

The visitors, Brumfield Construction, scored one run in the first inning on four walks.  Mason Crawford scored in the bottom of the first for Dennis Company. Cole Hatton smacked a two run home run in the second to put Brumfield ahead 3-1.  Dennis Company got one run back in the third, with singles by Kyle Strozyk, Ryan Jenkins and Alek Samplawski.  Dennis Company picked up 3 more in the fifth on Crawford's triple and singles by Samplawski and Carter Pearson and three walks.  Relief pitcher, Luke Gerow pitched well, picking up 15 strikeouts!

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