Jaret Rakoz and Braxton Martin will play in the bi-district tournament this spring after shooting a 157 and 162, respectively, and Brycen Guttormsen will serve as the first alternate as he shot a 165 in the 3A District Tournament at Tri-Mountain Golf Course on Tuesday.
“Really happy for the three seniors, they put a lot of work in and it sure paid off,” coach Rick Davis said. “I just always feel bad for the guys who don’t make it.”
Spencer Davis was one spot out of the alternate bracket after shooting an 11th-place 170.
Kalama 196, Elma 200: Austin Pratt, Chase Staup, Matt Buller, and Jackson Hull all carded rounds of 49 for the Chinooks in a victory at the Oaksridge Golf Course in Elma.
Mossyrock 3, Toutle Lake 0: Mahayla Kruse tallied 22 digs in the Ducks’ 25-14, 25-23, 25-20 Central 2B loss. Taylor Gould posted 13 assists while Sienna Rudd had 10 digs, Nikarra Smith had three blocks and five kills with Marissa Smith adding five kills. Kaylee Florek notched eight kills. Toutle Lake drops to 3-2 in league play.
Woodland 3, Washougal 1: Emma Swett tallied nine digs, five aces, five kills and nine assists in the Beavers’ Greater St. Helens League 2A win, scored 25-19, 21-25, 25-18, 25-23. Taylor Foster posed six kills, six blocks and two aces, while Vanessa Franke had four kills, five blocks and one ace. Elyse Booker added 17 digs and two kills. Woodland is now 6-0 in league, 9-1 overall.
Napavine 3, Kalama 0: Kapio Wetmore tallied 10 kills and Danica Killinen posted six as the Chinooks took a Central 2B League loss scored 25-20, 25-18, 25-21. Taylor Tabor added 10 digs, and Kalama is 3-1 in league, 6-3 overall.
Wahkiakum 3, Rainier, Wash. 0: The Mules had little trouble rolling to a 25-11, 25-10, 25-11 Central 2B League victory. Kill leaders for Wahkiakum (8-2, 4-1 league) were Ellie Leitz, Jansi Merz and Macie Elliott. Solana Stanley, Mckensi Fluckiger, Charlie Ashe and Elliott were standouts in serve-reception, and Grayci Thomas and MJ Neves were solid setters.
Ridgefield 3, R.A. Long 0: Courtney Conary had eight kills, but the Lumberjills dropped a 25-21, 25-11, 25-13 Greater St. Helens 2A League match at Joe Moses Court. Also for RAL (1-9, 1-6 league), Klara Hofmanova had four blocks and four kills, and Emme McCarthy added five digs and six assists.
Naselle 3, Three Rivers Christian 2: Holly Disch had 18 kills and served six aces as the Comets prevailed 25-22, 16-25, 24-26, 25-23, 15-9 in a Columbia Valley 1B League match at the Lyle Patterson Gymnasium in Naselle.
Also for the Comets, Sophie Scrabeck had 10 kills and 14 digs, Hailey Weston added nine kills, 10 digs and three aces, and Taylor Gudmundson served 11 aces and dished 34 assists. Lily Harman dished 20 assists, and Darian Jacot added nine assists.
Kelso 8, Fort Vancouver 0: Makayla Roggow scored in the 27th minute with an assist from Ashlee Bakunowicz, and Matisyn Ohlson scored three minutes later on a feed from Roggow. The Lassies took a 4-0 lead by halftime and even scored when recent junior varsity players entered in the Greater St. Helens 3A League win. Roggow scored twice and six others introduced the ball to net as Kelso advanced to 4-1-1 in league and 8-3-1 overall.
R.A. Long 3, Ridgefield 1: Sadie Allen scored in the eighth minute and Kelsey Bern added on two minutes later as the Lumberjills led 2-1 at half before Allen sunk another in the 60th minute of RAL’s Greater St. Helens League 2A win. Goalie Maddie Barker had six saves, while coach Teresa Aloe acknowledged the defense of Greta Hanich, Peyton Seals and Eastyn Reeves along with Maddie Wolff’s work in the midfield. RAL is 4-3 in league, 8-3 overall and tied for third with Washougal.
Hockinson 2, Mark Morris 0: Aunika Rodman tallied six saves in the Monarchs’ Greater St. Helens 2A loss. Coach Eric Maxey noted “outstanding defensive efforts” from Shana Busch, Makenna Crandell and Kalina Makaiwi. “They played lights out tonight,” Maxey said. MM is 3-5 in league and 5-6 overall.
Washougal 2, Woodland 1: Goalkeeper Gwen Elkinton recorded 15 saves, but Washougal scored two goals in the final 150 seconds and the Beavers lost their Greater St. Helens League 2A match. Hannah Landrigan scored in the 75th minute, the first of the night, on an assist from Mabel Warndahl. Frances Helling made a big defensive stop when Elkinton had moved from the net, blocking a would-be third goal.
Kelso at Evergreen: The Hilanders and Lassies prevailed in a three-team Greater St. Helens 3A League meet. Kelso finished ahead of Fort Vancouver 20-42 and Evergreen 15-50 to win the boys race, and topped Fort 34-41 and Evergreen 24-36 in the girls run.
The boys finished 2-6 places on the three-mile course, led by Colton Jorgenson in 17 minutes, 21.5 seconds. He was followed by Drew Norman (17:40.9), Jared Masterson (17:41.7), Jimmy Peabody (17:45.9), and Damien Pulido (17:48.0).
Emma Gabbard was fourth in the girls’ run in 20:57.1, followed by Kyla Shoddy (sixth, 21:14.0), Lanae Garcia-Simon (seventh, 21:15.1), Rachael Johnson (eighth, 21:23.9), and Jordyn Dole (ninth, 21:26.8).
Bigfoot Classic: Rainier won the boys’ and girls’ team crowns, and Clatskanie’s Trent Berntsen won the boys’ race held at the Twin Rocks Friends Camps in Rockaway Beach, Ore. Rainier got past Clatskanie 36-50 to win the boys’ title, and Rainier edged Warrenton 27-29 in the girls’ run.
In the boys race, Rainier’s Jaedan Abel was third in the 5,000-meter run in 21 minutes, 36.83 seconds, followed by Thomas Souther (sixth, 21:54.87), Kenneth Guerr (10th, 23:19.57), Brennan Thompkins (11th, 23:43.19), and Robert duPlessis (13th, 24:30.60). Clatskanie’s Berntsen won the race in 20:28.57, followed by Jacob Moore (second, 20:58.95), Jac Coe (eighth, 23:03.62), Jakob Harris (18th, 25:44.12), and Jason Lebeck (35th, 28:34.09).
In the girls’ race, Rainier’s Valarie Hutchins was third in 28:34.41, followed by Sydney Crawford (fifth, 29:28.62), Regan Zielinski (sixth, 30:36.60), Lauren Rice (seventh, 30:39.36), and Bailey Crape (11th, 31:53.05). Clatskanie’s Annabelle Martin was eighth in 30:56.43, and Natalie Katon was 25th in 35:49.61.
Joe Williams Black Lake Classic: Ilwaco won the boys’ and girls’ team titles, and Ilwaco’s Eliza Bannister won the girls’ race on the Black Lake Trail on Tuesday in Ilwaco. Ilwaco won the girls’ race with 16 points, followed by Ocosta with 43. The Fishermen slipped past Adna 35-44 in the boys’ race, with Toledo placing fourth with 87. Winlock, Wahkiakum and Naselle all ran incomplete teams in both races.
Ilwaco claimed five of the top seven finishes in the girls’ 5,000-meter race, led by Bannister in 22 minutes, 50.5 seconds. Alex Carper was third in 24:00.9, followed by Carli Kemmer (fourth, 24:04.29), Estella Sheldon (fifth, 24:49.5), and Kaytlenn Whelden (seventh, 25:20.4). Toledo’s Kallie Schaplow was 16th in 27:37, and Andrea Jones was 21st in 30:55.5. Ellie Hiatt of Wahkiakum was 14th in 26:41, and Naselle’s Lindsay Hunt was 27th in 37:15.69.
Daniel Whiting paced Ilwaco in the boys’ race in second place in 18:56.2, followed by Tristan Trudell (sixth, 20:15.2), Ghannon Whelden (eighth, 20:40.09), John Glenn (10th, 20:59.4), and Adam Rutherford (19th, 21:51.7). Toledo’s Nicholas Marty was 11th in 20:59.39, Cody Harris finished 13th in 21:23.59, and Jonathan Cisneros was 26th in 23:00.7. Colby Cook of Winlock was 23rd in 22:16.3, Naselle’s Joe Monroy placed 33rd in 23:36.7, and Leif Carroll of Wahkiakum was 51st in 27:47.7.
Vancouver meet: Mark Morris swimmers Alyssa Davis and Miranda Roseman won an event apiece and helped two relays to victory in a six-team meet held at the Clark County YMCA. MM beat Prairie (107-59), La Center (130-26), Hockinson (130-29) and Battle Ground (116-47). R.A. Long beat La Center (81-27) and Hockinson (71-49), but fell to Prairie (91-54) and Battle Ground (81-51).
Roseman won the 200-yard individual medley (2 minutes, 41,38 seconds), and Davis took the 100 butterfly (1:13.64). The duo joined Kiara Pereault and Bella Schafer on the top 200 medley (2:14.50) and 200 freestyle (2:01.17) relays.
For RAL, Rose Smith was fourth in the 500 freestyle (7:12.77), fifth in the 100 backstroke (1:18.9), and joined Cara Davey, Mikey Mace and Keeli Hash on the fifth place 200 free relay in 2:24.42.
District qualifiers from the meet are MM’s Danessa Brickert in the 100 and 200 freestyle, and Cara Kittelson in the 100 butterfly.
Kelso meet: Emily Russell grabbed second place in the 50-yard freestyle for the Lassies in a three-team Greater St. Helens League meet on Tuesday at Gaither Pool. No team scores were reported.
Russell finished in 28.67 seconds. Anna Waddell and Savannah KillsRee improved their district-qualifying times in the 500 free, Waddell and Hannah Craven improved their district times in the 100 breast, along with the 400 free relay.
“Games like this are good for nobody.” — Kemal Vejo, Kelso coach on the Lassies’ blowout win over Fort Vancouver