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Kelso's Shaw Anderson will highlight the WIBCA 3A All-State Senior Games roster. The games are held Saturday, March 23 at Curtis High School in Tacoma.

The 3A-4A game is played at 6 p.m., preceded by the 1B-2B game at 2 p.m. and 1A-2A game at 4 p.m.

Anderson's 3A squad also features University of Washington commit RaeQuan Battle of Marysville-Pilchuck. The team is coached by state champion coach Jason Kerr of O'Dea.

Also playing March 23 is Toledo's Fano Arceo-Hansen and Toutle Lake's Mike Adams on the 2B squad coach by Kittitas' Tim Ravet. That team is highlighted by Kittitas' Brock Ravet, the state's all-time leading scorer and first boy to score 3,000 points in state history. They will match up with the 1B team, featuring Naselle's Antonio Nolan. That squad will be coached by Muckleshoot Tribal's Carlo Lavoie Jr.

BASEBALL

Kalama 7, Onalaska 1: Tommy Brandenburg scattered four hits and struck out 11 through six innings, and Chase Staup tossed a spotless inning of relief as the Chinooks claimed a Central 2B League victory on Friday in Onalaska.

Kalama had nine hits. Brennon Vance was 2-4 with a double, and Alex Dyer was 2-4 and scored twice. Hayden Wilson slapped a double, and Shayden Jones collected two RBIs.

Ellensburg 3, R.A. Long 0: The Lumberjacks were limited to two hits in a nonleague setback on Friday at the Ridgefield Tournament.

Ellensburg scored two of its runs in the first inning.

Mitchell Bergquist and Miles Trekas had a hit apiece.

Jadon Williamson started and allowed three hits and struck out six through three innings. Kevin Barnett allowed two hits, walked five and struck out five through 2 2/3 innings, and Tanner Allen tossed one-third of an inning with a strikeout.

Evergreen 9, Woodland 5: Ryan Cooney and Wyatt Autrey had three hits apiece, but the Beavers dropped a nonleague game on Friday in Vancouver.

Also for the Beavers, Brady Burns had two hits.

Montesano 12, Toutle Lake 0 (5 innings): The Ducks were no-hit in the nonleague loss on Friday in Montesano.

Logan Grabenhorst started and pitched two innings, allowing seven runs on two hits. Fisher Wassell allowed five runs on three hits with two strikeouts and eight walks in two relief innings.

Napavine JV 23, Winlock 3 (5 innings): Nathan Suhrbier and Elijah Sanders were each 2-2 with a walk and a run scored, but the Cardinals dropped a nonleague matchup on Friday in Napavine.

Winlock (0-1) had six hits, with Tyler Bray and Lukis Tamburello adding a hit apiece.

Wahkiakum 16, Morton/White Pass 0 (5 innings): The Mules cruised to a Central 2B League victory on Friday in Morton.

Wahkiakum is now 2-0 overall and in league play.

No additional game details were available.

SOFTBALL

Toutle Lake 10, La Center 9: The Ducks led 9-3 after five innings, and held on for a nonleague victory on Friday in Toutle.

TL had 15 hits. Casey Wentz was 3-5 with a double, a home run, three runs scored and three RBIs, and Sienna Rudd was 3-4 with a double. Jasmine Smith was 4-4 with a double and two RBIs, Kaylee Florek was 2-4 with a double, and Kendal Bennett hit 2-3.

Smith tossed the victory, allowing 10 hits and striking out seven.

Napavine 9, Winlock 6: Addison Hall hit an inside the park grand slam in the first inning, but the Cardinals dropped a Central 2B League game on Friday in Napavine.

Winlock had eight hits. Karlie Jones was 2-4 with an RBI, Jenna Jones was 2-3, and Sabrena Barragan slapped a triple.

Jones allowed 10 hits and struck out nine through six innings in the loss.

Toledo 16, Rainier, Wash. 6 (5 innings): The Indians pounded out 18 hits in the Central 2B League victory on Friday in Rainier, Wash.

Toledo is now 1-1

No other game details were available.

Morton/White Pass 1, Wahkiakum 0: The Mules came out on the wrong end of a Central 2B League decision on Friday in Morton.

Wahkiakum is now 0-1 overall and in league play.

No additional game details were available.

Tumwater 15, Mark Morris 2: The Monarchs dropped a nonleague game on Friday in Tumwater.

MM is now 1-2.

No additional game details were available.

BOYS' SOCCER

Woodland 8, La Center 0: Jesse Thrall notches a hat trick as the Beavers rolled to a nonleague victory at Beaver Stadium on Friday in Woodland.

Thrall and Jackson Finn each netted goals in the first half as Woodland took a 2-0 halftime lead.

In the second half, Aiden Thrall scored in the first three minutes, and Jesse Thrall headed the ball over his defender and netted his second goal. Brennan Hilker headed in a cross from Emmanuel Cruz, Thrall netted his third score, Aiden Thrall added his second score, and Riley Suomi kicked the ball backwards in the goal in second half stoppage time.

Suomi and Finn had two assists apiece, with Owen Terhorst and Aidan Thrall adding an assist apiece. Treyson Thrall and Brennan Hilker shared the shutout in goal. Josiah Sanders was lauded for his solid play.

Skyview 3, Kelso 1: Mateo Victoriano scored in the 51st minute on a penalty kick to tie the score at one goal apiece, though the Hilanders ultimately took a nonleague home loss Friday. Skyview entered halftime with a 1-0 lead, and after a competitive second half, the Storm scored two goals in the final 10 minutes. Hilander goalkeeper Blake Sweider saved seven balls.

Kelso coach Kemal Vejo called Skyview one of the best teams in the state, praising Victoriano and Sebastian Valencia for their defense.

“That was really good game, really physical game,” Vejo said.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Red Devils sweep CBC: Jhamante Woods was the big hitter in the opener, and Justin Solt and Alex Brady combined on a six-hitter in the nightcap as Lower Columbia College swept Columbia Basin in nonleague baseball at David Story Field on Friday at LCC.

LCC (9-3) won the opener 11-2, and took the nightcap 4-0.

In the opener, Woods hit an RBI double in the second innings, and added a solo home run in the fourth. Colin Floyd was 2-5 with three RBIs, Hunter Cook slapped an RBI double in the fourth inning, and Noah Andrews scored two runs. Mitch Lines pitched seven innings, allowing six hits and striking out seven, and Dakota Hawkins tossed two innings of two-hit relief with three strikeouts.

In the nightcap, Solt scattered four hits and struck out 10 through six innings, and Alex Brady allowed two hits and struck out six through three innings. DeShawn Johnson was 2-3, Andrews had a triple, scored two runs and had an RBI, and Trevor Paro hit a double.

LCC hosts Walla Walla for a doubleheader today.

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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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