White Pass Sports

The Schedule is Subject to Change on Short Notice

Game Transportation Schedule

Practice Transportation Schedule

Monday 3-1

Jr. High Volleyball vs Adna at White Pass. B team begins at 5:45 PM. A team begins at approximately 6:45 PM. No visiting fans admitted. Limited home team fans admitted by tickets distributed prior to the contest by athletes.
Tuesday 3-2High School Volleyball vs Toutle Lake at White Pass. JV match begins at 5:45 PM. Varsity match begins at approximately 7:00 PM.  No visiting fans admitted. Limited home team fans admitted by tickets distributed prior to the contest by athletes.
Wednesday 3-3High School Volleyball vs Winlock at White Pass. This is a makeup contest.   JV match begins at 5:45 PM. Varsity match begins at approximately 7:00 PM.  No visiting fans admitted. Limited home team fans admitted by tickets distributed prior to the contest by athletes.
Thursday 3-4
Home Cross Country Meet at Cascade Peaks Resort, Randle. 
Bus leaves Randle at 1:30 PM.  Races begin at 3:00 PM.  No visiting fans admitted. Limited home team fans admitted by tickets distributed prior to the contest by athletes.
Jr. High Football vs Mossyrock at White Pass. Game begins at 6:00 PM.  No visiting fans admitted. Limited home team fans admitted by tickets distributed prior to the contest by athletes.  
High School Volleyball at Toledo. 
Bus leaves Randle at 3:50 PM. JV match begins at 5:45 PM. Varsity match begins at approximately 7:00 PM.  No visiting fans admitted. 
Friday 3-5Varsity Football at Toutle Lake. Bus leaves Randle at 4:15 PM.  Game begins at 7:00 PM.  No visiting fans admitted. 
Jr. High Volleyball at Rainier. 
Bus leaves Randle 1:15 PM. B team match begins at 4:00 PM. A team match begins at approximately 5:00 PM.  No visiting fans admitted. 
Saturday 3-6 No Events Scheduled. 

February 9, 2021

Dear MWP Parents, Family, & Fans,

As many of you are aware, we are at the beginning of WIAA season number one which includes high school and junior high football, volleyball, and cross country. It is far from a traditional start to a sport season, but we are excited to support our athletes as we begin this journey. Our goal is to provide a safe environment for all participants, officials, and spectators. In order to accomplish this we are committed to following all state, county, and league guidelines. The purpose of this letter is to outline the impact of the current state guidance as well as explain how access to games will work at this point.

The State Department of Health has divided Washington into 8 regions. We reside in the West Region which includes Grays Harbor, Lewis, Pacific, and Thurston counties. Some of the schools we compete against are in the Southwest Region which includes Clark, Cowlitz, Klickitat, Skamania, and Wahkiakum counties. Along with these regions, there are currently two phases outlined which determine which sports can safely be permitted to compete. 

Our region (West Region) is currently in Phase Two which allows cross country (Low Risk), football (High Risk), and volleyball (Moderate Risk), to complete as long as all safety guidelines are followed. However the teams in our league in the Southwest Region (Toutle Lake, Kalama, Wahkiakum, & Stevenson) are currently in Phase One, and the only sport that is permitted to compete is cross country. It is important to note that regions can come in out of phases as determined by the State Department of Health.

At the current time we are limited to 200 people at outdoor athletic events which includes all players, coaches, game workers, and spectators. Additionally for indoor events we are allowed to have only 25 percent of gym capacity. The impact of this is that we are required to provide limited access to all of our contests. Spectators are allowed only to attend home events. No visiting team fans are allowed at this time.

In order to provide parents and family members an opportunity to attend, we will be providing each athlete with a limited number of tickets a day or two prior to each contest.  Tickets will be valid only for a single contest. Those in attendance will be required to do a temperature check at the gate as well as a COVID attestation. Players are encouraged to share any unused tickets with other interested community members. All spectators, participants, and officials are required to wear masks while in attendance.

We are hoping to provide access to games by providing a combination of video recordings of home contests and as well as streaming certain contests. More information will be provided as a schedule is developed.

We appreciate your support of all of our athletes. Go Timberwolves!

 

Sincerely,

 

Bryan DeLong

Athletic Director

White Pass School District

 

Lee Metcalf

Athletic Director

Morton School District..