Exotic Cats Find Home At Harstine Island Sanctuary

Shelleen Mathews and her husband Mark own the state's only wild cat sanctuary, housing 43 different wild cats on their property.

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  • Boys basketball: Skyview 68, Battle Ground 45
    Four 3-pointers in the second quarter was the difference for the Skyview Storm to help them pull away from Battle Ground for a 4A Greater St. Helens League victory. Battle Ground (5-5) led by three midway through the second quarter before the 3-pointers started falling and the Storm (10-2). “Everybody played big for us,” Storm coach Matt Gruhler said. Levi Nicholson led a balanced Skyview scoring effort with 13 points and Jovon Sewell had 11. Daelon Floyd led Battle Ground with a game-high 17 points and 13 rebounds. More
  • Boys basketball: R.A. Long 41, Hockinson 38
    Hockinson coach Manny Melo was pleased with the Hawks’ defensive effort, but “we just couldn’t make open shots” as the Hawks fell to 3-10 with their home loss to the Jacks. Ry Paulsen, who led Hockinson (3-10 overall) with 11 points had a chance for the game-tying 3-pointer in the closing seconds, but it was off the mark. Hockinson trailed by six with 40 seconds remaining, and Peyton Brammer’s 3-pointer cut it to three. More
  • Boys basketball: King’s Way Christian 53, Castle Rock 34
    The Knights held Castle Rock to three points in the second quarter and then four in the fourth in a defensive gem. Matt Garrison scored 19 points and Joe Mills added 18 to lead King’s Way. KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 53, CASTLE ROCK 34 CASTLE ROCK — Connor Edwards 3, Bryce DesArmo 14, Skyler King, 3 Parker Patching 2, Dakota Golden 9, Hunter Jansen 1, Dylan Holborn 2. More
  • Girls basketball: Skyview 64, Battle Ground 27
    Ashlee Comastro’s double-double of 18 points and 12 rebounds helped the Storm race past the Tigers. Riley Friauf added 16 and nine rebounds, as the Storm build a 36-15 halftime lead. Morgan Stradley led BG with eight points. SKYVIEW 64, BATTLE GROUND 27 BATTLE GROUND — Brenley Billingsley 2, Kayla Cruz 5, Anna Brinton 2, Morgan Stradley 8, Brianna Adams 4, Kelly Poteet 4, Emeline Akengue 2. More
  • Girls basketball: Hockinson 57, R.A. Long 32
    Junior Payton Wangler had 15 points and five assists, but the most significant milestone achieved is the four 3-pointers made tied the all-time career 3s (79 and counting) made in the team’s 2A Greater. St. Helens home victory over the Lumberjills. Brittany McGuire posted a double-double of 13 points, 14 rebounds, and also had four assists and two blocks. As a team, Hockinson locked down defensively in the second quarter, holding RAL to zero field goals. HOCKINSON 57, R.A. More


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