Senior Yelm lineman Dylan Jemtegaard has his sights aimed at The Golden State.
Editor’s Note: Andrew Kollar is Yelm Community Schools’ Community Relations Coordinator and former reporter at The Nisqually Valley News. He is a lifelong Yelmite who enjoys sharing his love for the outdoors with others. In 2018, Kollar chronicled his 130-day, 2,650-mile journey on the Pacif…
Sophie Beadle has never seen a single soccer goal on the field at her high school, let alone many others kicking around a ball. But that hasn’t stopped her from pursuing the sport and dedicating more than a decade of her life to it.
After two years leading the boys basketball program at Yelm High School, Head Coach Sterling Carter announced Thursday, March 7, he will be leaving the program.
ROCHESTER — As Bodey Smith toured Linfield College’s campus, he could hardly contain his excitement. He was on the cusp of what he figured would be an offer to play baseball for the Wildcats and it was taking everything in him to keep his composure and remain professional.
More than a month ago, before the spread of COVID-19 ended the school year statewide and canceled athletic contests, something magical was happening at the Yelm High School softball field.
There are a few things you need to know about Yelm’s Dylan Jemtegaard in order to understand why the junior lineman’s been such a hot commodity for colleges and universities across the country.
During one of the largest coaching turnovers in a single season, the Yelm track and field program is also experiencing one of its largest teams ever.
Following last season’s second-place finish in the WIAA 3A state tournament, the Yelm Tornados are looking to leverage a strong senior class to yet again conquer the South Sound Conference.