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Winlock’s Kaden Harrington was solid on the mound and at the plate in lifting the Cardinals to their first win of the season, a 15-5 triumph over Lake Quinault in five innings on Friday in Winlock.

The Cardinals improved their record to 1-8.

Harrington allowed four earned run on two hits with 10 strikeouts through 4 2/3 innings, and was 2-3 at the plate with a double and four RBIs.

Also for Winlock (1-8), Zach Prue pitched a third of an inning with a strikeout. Chris Heikkila had two hits and two RBIs, and Conor Gilreath chipped in two hits including a double.


Red Devils split: An RBI double from Colin Floyd which scored Noah Andrews in the seventh inning of the opener proved to be the game-winner for Lower Columbia College as it split with Tacoma in an NWAC West Region doubleheader on Friday in Tacoma.

LCC (21-8, 8-3 region) won the opener 6-5, and fell in the nightcap 5-0.

The Red Devils had seven hits in the opener. Andrews was 3-4 with a double, and Zach Threlfall was 2-3 with a home run and three RBIs. Mitch Lines started and allowed two earned runs on four hits with two strikeouts through six innings. Dakota Hawkins allowed four hits and three earned runs in 2/3 of an inning, and Mikey Callia Jr. tossed 2 1/3 innings of one-hit relief.

In the nightcap, LCC was held to four hits, with Threlfall hitting a double. Justin Solt allowed five earned runs on five hits with four strikeouts through five innings, and Eli Schubert gave up a hit and struck out one in a relief inning.


Ridgefield 2, RA Long 1: The Lumberjacks scored late in the second half and nearly had an equalizer, but it never came in the Greater St. Helens League 2A loss Friday. Damian Perez scored on a penalty kick, shortly after Ridgefield scored two goals around the 60th minute.

The Jacks are now 6-8, 5-5 in league, which is good for fourth place.

Kelso 2, Prairie 2 (2OT): Angel Hernandez scored in the 32nd minute and 77th minute but the Hilanders Greater St. Helens League 2A match ended in a draw Friday. Goalkeeper Blake Sweider recorded five saves.


Mark Morris 5, R.A. Long 1: Monarch Katie Troy won 6-2, 6-4, and Hannah Jacobsen won 6-1, 6-1 in a Greater St. Helens League 2A tennis match Friday. In doubles, Maddy Pond and Chandra Lomax won 6-1, 6-1, Kate Sprague and Zoe Geiszler won 1-6, 6-1, 6-3. Cara Kittelson and Heather Gower won 6-3, 6-0.

R.A. Long’s Melea Alexander won in a tiebreaker round 6-2, 6-7, 10-8.


Kalama Twilight: Clatskanie’s Cooper Blodgett was first in the 100 meters (11.25) and Castle Rock’s Wyatt Partidge placed third (11.67). Blodgett also placed second in the 100 meters (22.63) while Ilwaco’s Alex Kaino was third (23.49) and Jacob Bruce of Clatskanie was fourth (23.86).

Brandon Kuhn, of Ilwaco, was first in the 400 meters (53.91) and Kalama’s Justin Tucker was second (54.42). Woodland’s Tuff Biddix was fourth (55.60).

In the 800 meters, Toutle Lake’s Riley Kent was second (2:01.68), Ilwaco’s Daniel Quintana was third (2:02.81) and Mark Morris’ Eric Bauman was fourth (2:04.43).

Quintana also topped the 1,600 meters (4:32.87), followed closely by Toledo’s Nicholas Marty (4:34.75) and Kalama’s Addison Smee (4:35.14). Mark Morris’ Kameron Werner placed fourth (4:38.66).

Merty was first in the 3,200 meters (10:04.61), Smee was second (10:10.96) and Castle Rock’s Jeran Keogh was fourth (10:40.11).

Woodland’s Tyler Flanagan won the 110 meter hurdles (15.52), followed by teammate Isaac Hall (16.09). Flanagan also held the top mark for the 300 meter hurdles (40.22), followed closely by Kaino (40.83) and Kalama’s Richard Beverage (41.43).

Clatskanie’s 4x100 relay team of Blodgett, Bruce, Cedrix Heath and Justice Osborn were second (45.32) while Toledo’s group of Jacob Butcher, Miguel Soto, Duke Schaplow and Braden Bramhall were third (45.39).

Woodland’s team of Flanagan, Kenyon Guy, Kyle Groce and Hall placed fourth (45.44) while Castle Rock’s unit of Brady Bach, Noah Botten, Seth Werly and Partridge placed fifth (45.96).

Ilwaco topped the 4x100 relays, as Kuhn, Quintana, Kaino and Parker Kaech finished with a time of 3:38.82. Clatskanie was second (3:42.02) and Kalama was third (3:44.58).

Rainier’s Easton Crape was second in the shot put (45-01) and Woodland’s Jason Bowman was third (44-08). Bowman also finished second in the discus (132-07) and Heath was third (127-07).

Kalama’s Nathan Anderson earned the top mark in the javelin (166-11) while Flanagan finished fourth (147-02) and Mark Morris’ Cody Schreier was fifth (145-06).

Woodland’s Alex Bishop won the high jump (6-05) and teammate Judeah Sanders won the pole vault (13-06). Kaech held the top spot in the long jump (20-06) while Hall was second (20-03) and Soto was fourth (19-03). Hall was first in the triple jump (43-09) while Kalama’s Rylan Green was second (40-00) and Kuhn was fourth (38-11).

The Kalama boys were third as a team (72.5), Ilwaco was fourth (69) and Clatskanie was sixth (56).

For the girls, Mark Morris’ Heaven Burr was second in the 100 meters (13.38), Kalama’s Melanie Martinez was third (13.51) and Castle Rock’s Rachel Anderson was fourth (13.91). Burr also finished second in the 200 meters (27.85), followed by Martinez (28.38) and Anderson (28.97).

Burr was first in the 400 meters (1:03.45) and Ilwaco’s Erika Glenn was fourth (1:03.77).

Toutle Lake’s Maleah Kandoll was second in the 800 meters (2:27.27) and finished first in the 1,600 meters (5:27.34).

Woodland’s Jenay McCants was third in the 100 meter hurdles (17.78) and fourth in the 300 meter hurdles (52.90).

Kalama’s 4x100 relay team of Brooke Milohov, Alexys Wetmore, Kailey Shipley and Martinez were second (53.98) followed by Ilwaco’s Tazlina Thomas, Elle Personius, Abby Knopski and Tiana Ramsey (55.02). Toledo’s group of Nyssa Castro, Andrea Jones, Alyssa Gaskill and Kal Schaplow were fourth (55.50).

Kalama’s 4x200 team of Ruby Jackson, Shipley, Martinez and Milohov was fourth (1:56.19).

Schaplow earned top marks in the javelin (126-08) and Sophia Marsh was fourth (97-01).

Woodland’s Nicole Guthrie was first in the high jump (5-02) followed by Castle Rock’s Brooke Wirkkala (4-08) in second and Ilwaco’s Estella Sheldon in fourth (4-08). Glenn was second in the long jump (15-08.5) and second in the triple jump (33-00). Wirkkala was first in the triple jump (33-10.5), Knopski was third (31-08.75) and Kalama’s Ruby Jackson was fourth (31-07.5).

As a team, the Ilwaco girls were third (59), Woodland was fourth (51.5) and Kalama was sixth (44.5)


Wahkiakum 179, Adna 213: yler St. Onge medaled with a 39, Victor Hummer shot a 42 and Valente Guitron finished with a 47 at Riverside on Thursday.

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Rick is a 29-year veteran of The Daily News, and the lead Lower Columbia College athletics reporter. In addition, he tracks former area prep athletes and assists several other beats. He is a Mark Morris grad with a business management degree from LCC.

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