Emersyn Finn scored a goal and dished an assist for Woodland in a 4-1 nonleague victory against Hudson’s Bay on Saturday in Vancouver.
Woodland (3-0) battled the Eagles to a 1-1 draw at halftime after Ashlynn Finn scored an unassisted goal. In the second half, Alee Cresap had an unassisted goal, Hannah Landrigan scored off an Emersyn Finn feed, and Emersyn Finn scored on a penalty kick.
Gwen Elkinton had five saves in goal, and standouts were Ashlyn Daugherty and Emersyn Finn.
Mark Morris 3, Heritage 0: Mary VandenBerg scored and assisted a goal as the midfield starred in the Monarchs’ nonleague win. VandenBerg assisted Maddie Pond to open the scoring before putting one in herself on an assist from Chloe Harris to put MM up 2-0 at the half. Macie Balkan scored unassisted in the second half.
The midfield of Harris, VandenBerg and Allie Scudder were praised for their play. Aunika Rodman and Grace Hedlund combined for the shutout in net.
Ocosta Invitational: Mark Morris packed home the boys and girls titles from the meet held Saturday in Westport, Wash.
Mark Morris edged out Ocosta 27-30 to win the boys’ title, and finished with 15 points in the girls’ race as the only complete team.
Freshman Eric Bauman led MM with a third place finish in 17 minutes, 46 seconds, followed by Carson Allen (fifth, 17:58), Antonio DaSilva (eighth, 18:12), Carlos Sebastian (ninth, 18:15), and Simon St.Martin-Shook (10th, 18:24).
Zachary Wright of Onalaska won the boys’ race in 16:09.
Olivia Fitzgerald was seventh in the girls’ race in 23:47, followed by Hailey King (11th, 25:15), Chloe Jones (12th, 26:05), Josie Boultinghouse (13th, 26:30), and Cassidy Bonser (16th, 34:44).
Natalie Cain of Ocosta won the girls’ race in 21:36.
Ash Creek XC Festival: Nicholas Sarysz of R.A. Long placed 13th in the meet held at the Ash Creek Preserve on Saturday in Monmouth, Ore.
Jesuit won the boys’ team title with 56 points, followed by Edmonds-Woodway with 78. RAL placed ninth with 317.
Sarysz finished the 5,000-meter run in 16 minutes, 25.9 seconds, followed by Zach Hayden (59th, 18:22.1), Mitchell Bergquist (73rd, 18:37.0), Thayer Derosier (81st, 18:48.4), and Ethan Kingston (98th, 19:15.8).
Jonas Price of Eisenhower won the race in 15:33.4.
In the girls’ race, RAL ran incomplete. Kierrla Yates placed 36th in 21:16.5, followed by Miranda Lomax (88th, 23:58.6), and Isabel Carleton (140th, 27:02.8).
Teevin Elk Run: The Rainier boys placed second and the girls finished third in the 11-team meet in Jewell, Ore., on Saturday.
Pacing the boys was Jaedan Abel, who finished 12th with a 20 minute, 40 second time. Ian Tompkins placed 16th (20:57), Cade Carter finished 19th (21:16), Brennan Tompkins placed 31st (22:06) and Aidan Unbriaco finished 32nd (22:10).
On the girls’ side, freshman Chloe Crawford debuted with a sixth-place finish (24:39), while Sydney Crawford (26:53), Abbi Zuber (28:24), Kati Zuber (29:22) and Arianna Ojeda (33:00) rounded out the team.
Columbia Christian 3, Three Rivers Christian 1: Jaylynn Woodman led the Eagles with 83 percent passing and 88 percent serving in the defeat on Friday. Set scores were 25-13, 25-20, 17-25, 25-19.
Lower Columbia 3, Umpqua 0: Cassie Thompson had 12 kills as the Red Devils swept a nonleague match on Saturday at Pierce College in Lakewood.
Set scores for the Red Devils were 25-16, 25-14, 25-23.
LCC had a hitting efficiency of .283, while holding Umpqua to .091. Ashlynn Cantwell added nine kills and 14 digs, Megan Miller had seven kills and two solo blocks, and Des Reab had seven kills. Macey Wright dished 34 assists, Karli Hall had 18 digs, Haley Paul served two aces and had six digs, and Maddie Stimmel had two aces and eight digs.
LCC (9-3) plays Clark at Olympic College in Bremerton on Tuesday.