Girls basketball: Skyview 65, Mountain View 31

first_img Kazz Parks had a game-high 25 points, including four 3-pointers to keep the Storm undefeated.Remington Riley added 10 points and Maddie Hendricks had 10 for Skyview, which held Mountain View to without a first-quarter field goal.Skyview hit seven 3-pointers.“We tried to pack the zone in,” Thunder coach Dave McIntosh said. “We weren’t quick enough on the ball movement.”Jenna Carlson had 14 points and seven rebounds to lead Mountain View.SKYVIEW 65, MOUNTAIN VIEW 31SKYVIEW — Michelle Winter 4, Alexis Perez 1, Maddie Hendricks 10, Ava Harmon 7, Remingtin Riley 12, Skyler Groesbeck 0, Kazz Parks 25, Emily Norton 6. Totals 23 (7) 12-21 65.MOUNTAIN VIEW — Taylor Thao 0, Jocelyn Sampson 0, Paytin Ballard 11, McKenna Stephens 0, Lauren DeLargy 2, Gillian Murphy 4, Jenna Carlson 14. Totals 10 (5) 6-11 31. Share: Published: December 4, 2018, 10:30pm Girls basketball: Skyview 65, Mountain View 31 Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Skyview 11 21 17 16–65Mtn.View 1 12 4 13–31JV — Skyview won. Mountain View ThunderSkyview Storm center_img Share: Tags By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. The Columbian GOlast_img read more

Fishing report, April 11

first_img Share: GO Fishing report, April 11 The Columbian is becoming a rare example of a news organization with local, family ownership. Subscribe today to support local journalism and help us to build a stronger community. Terry Otto Columbian staff writer Most local rivers are in poor condition following recent rains.Spring Chinook angling is closed from the mouth of the Columbia at Buoy 10 up to the Bonneville Dam on Thursday and Friday, but will reopen this weekend after fisheries managers decided that fishermen had only caught about half of their share of the fish.Spring Chinook angling is open from Tower Island power lines upstream to the Oregon/Washington border above McNary Dam, plus the banks between Bonneville Dam and Tower Island power lines.White sturgeon retention is closed from Buoy 10 upstream to Bonneville Dam, in The Dalles Pool, and in the John Day Pool. The Bonneville Pool will close this Saturday after managers decided that the quota will be filled by then. Sturgeon fishing remains a catch and release option.Trout fishing in local lakes has been good.Steelheading is fair on the Cowlitz River.Walleye fishing is good in the Bonneville Pool, and excellent in the John Day pool. John Day Pool — Two bank anglers had no catch. Seven boats/13 rods kept two and released 10 walleye.BassBonneville Pool — Three boats/six rods kept two bass and released 71 bass. Kalama River — 14 bank anglers had no catch.Lewis River — three bank anglers released 1 steelhead.Drano Lake — Three boats/five rods had no catch.Recent trout plantsBattle Ground Lake — Planted with 2,000 rainbow trout at 2.5 fish per pound on April 1.SturgeonBonneville Pool — 14 bank anglers kept one legal sturgeon and released five sublegal sturgeon. Nine boats/23 rods kept 14 legal sturgeon, released 77 sublegal and two oversize sturgeon.John Day Pool — Eight bank anglers kept one legal sturgeon. Two boats/four rods had no catch.WalleyeBonneville Pool — Two bank anglers had no catch. Two boats/five rods kept five walleye. Receive latest stories and local news in your email: By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Salmon/SteelheadAs of April 9, 184 spring Chinook have crossed over Bonneville Dam.As of April 9, 126 spring Chinook have crossed Willamette Falls.Warrior Rock to Bonneville Dam — 516 salmonid boats and 118 Washington bank rods were tallied during last Sundays flight count.Bonneville — 239 bank anglers kept 19 adult spring Chinook and released 2. 6 boats/13 anglers kept two adult spring Chinook and released two.Camas/Washougal — 23 boats/50 anglers kept three adult spring Chinook and released three.I-5 — One bank angler had no catch. 65 boats/141 anglers kept 17 adult spring Chinook and released 1.Vancouver — 489 boats/1138 anglers kept 123 adult spring Chinook and released 21 adults and three jacks.Cowlitz River — I-5 Br downstream: 37 bank rods kept 2 steelhead.Above the I-5 Bridge — 58 bank rods kept 13 steelhead; 38 boats/110 rods kept 42 steelhead and released 4 steelhead. Subscribe Today Share: By Terry Otto, Columbian staff writer Published: April 11, 2019, 6:00am terry.otto@columbian.comlast_img read more

Wind Mobile names new CEO Pietro Cordova Anthony Lacavera to remain chairman

TORONTO — Wind Mobile said Monday that chief executive Anthony Lacavera is giving up the chief executive role at the wireless company, but will remain its chairman and a major investor.The company named chief operating officer Pietro Cordova as its new chief executive.The change follows a deal last month that saw a Lacavera-led investment group buy out Wind Mobile’s foreign owner VimpelCom.Wind Mobile slashes roaming rates after Ottawa’s price capsLacavera has been a prominent voice for the upstart wireless company in its fight to establish itself amid stiff competition from the big telecommunication companies.Wind Mobile says he continue to have an active role at the board level, including working on business planning and strategy.The company has more than 750,000 customers in Canada. read more