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Erika Glenn and Elle Personius netted two goals apiece as Ilwaco stopped Astoria JV 6-0 in its first-ever girls soccer match on Tuesday in Ilwaco.

“Our girls came out strong in their first home match,” Ilwaco coach Andrew Goodwin said. “They learned a lot from their games last week, and took those lessons to heart.”

Ilwaco (1-2) led 4-0 at the break.

Sunny Kemmer and Melissa Merino-Ortiz added a goal apiece, and goalkeeper Faith Richardson notched the shutout.

Mark Morris 2, Centralia 1: Macie Balkan netted the match-winner in the final three minutes as the Monarchs claimed a nonleague road victory.

MM (3-0-1) played to a 1-1 draw at the break after Heaven Burr converted a Makenna Crandell assist in the ninth minute. Goalkeeper Aunika Rodman had three saves. Standouts on defense for MM included Katie Croy Chloe Harris, and Balkan.

Kelso 1, Heritage 0: Brianna McWain scored the Lassies’ lone goal in the 57th minute with an assist from Ashlee Bakunowicz, netting Kelso a nonleague road win. Ally Harman had one save, coming in the second half.

R.A. Long 3, Washougal 0: Kelsey Bern notched the hat trick, scoring in the eighth, 21st and 80th minute of the Lumberjills’ Greater St. Helens League 2A home shutout. Avigayle Gonzalez, Sadie Allen and Peyton Seals were credited with assists, and goalkeeper Maddie Barker finished with three saves.

Ridgefield 5, Woodland 0: Gwen Elkinton tallied 15 saves in Woodland’s Greater St. Helens League 2A home loss. The score was 1-0 at halftime, but the Spudders scored three quick goals out of the break. Ashlynn Daugherty played strong to the finish, coach Fred Jenkins said.

VOLLEYBALL

Washougal 3, R.A. Long 0: Y Ta finished with two blocks and four kills in the Lumberjills’ Greater St. Helens League 2A home loss. Washougal won the sets 25-16, 25-22, and 25-17.

Camas 3, Kelso 0: Ashley McGhee finished with 16 digs and Isabella Hadaller tallied six kills in the Lassies’ nonleague road loss. Kelso lost its three sets 25-19, 25-17 and 25-19, while Alexandra Gaston chipped in nine digs and four kills.

Toutle Lake 3, Onalaska 0: Jordyn Grabenhorst tallied 14 digs and Nikarra Smith had nine kills and four aces in the Ducks’ nonleague road win. Toutle took won sets 25-15, 25-12 and 25-13 with 12 assists from Taylor Gould and 10 digs from Casey Wentz. Molly Donald chipped in six kills, Sienna Rudd had 11 digs and six aces, while Kaylee Florek added six kills.

W.F. West 3, Mark Morris 1: Andee Whitman had 15 kills, but the Monarchs came out on the short end of a nonleague match on Monday in Chehalis. Set scores for W.F. West were 24-26, 25-21, 25-15, 25-23.

Also for MM (1-1), Grace Huhta and Clarissa Escudero had seven kills apiece, Kendelle King dished 23 assists, and Huhta made 18 digs.

Kelso 3, R.A. Long 0: Ashley McGhee had 14 digs, Ashley Noah had nine kills and Tea Boursaw had 12 assists in the nonleague win on Monday. Alexandra Gaston had eight digs and seven kills. R.A. Long’s information was in original game report in Tuesday’s paper.

GIRLS SWIMMING

Capital 112, Mark Morris 57; Capital 130, R.A. Long 33: Mark Morris’ 200-yard freestyle relay won in a three-team meet held Tuesday at Dick Mealy Memorial Pool.

MM’s Taylor Adams, Maddy Schreier, Mariah Roseman and Alyssa Davis won the relay in 2 minutes, 2.66 seconds.

RAL’s Mikey Mace was second in the 50 freestyle in 30.42 seconds.

District qualifying times were met by MM’s Alyssa Davis (200 Free, 2:22.44; 100 Butterfly, 1:12.72); Mariah Roseman (200 IM, 2:43.14), (100 Breaststroke, 1:29.11), (100 Free, 1:07.92); Maddy Schreier (50 Free, 30.89), (100 Back, 1:15.43).

MM hosts the Sprint Pentathlon on Saturday.

CROSS COUNTRY

Onalaska meet: Kalama’s Addison Smee won the boys’ 5-kilometer race, and Meleah Kandoll of Toutle Lake was second in the girls’ race in a 2B multi-team meet held Tuesday in Onalaska.

Kalama won the boys’ race with 63 points, followed by Ilwaco with 72. Toutle Lake placed fifth with 116, and Toledo was sixth with 124.

Smee broke the tape in 16 minutes, 6.74 seconds, followed by teammates Auther Olinger (7th, 18:16.50), Rylan Green (16th, 18:57.77), Abram Foreman (19th, 19:22.33), and Ian Kisamore (26th, 19:50.34).

Ilwaco’s Daniel Whiting was third in 16:54.63, followed by Tristan Trudell (11th, 18:30.44), Colton McNabb (18th, 19:21.91), John Glenn (24th, 19:45.57), and Ghannon Whelden (25th, 19:47.88).

Henry Foultner of Toutle Lake was fourth in 17:35.02, followed by John Nicholson (eighth, 18:16.97), William Foultner (22nd19:36.52), Kaleb Mitchem (49th, 21:50.85), and Logan Setera (77th, 25:03.14).

Nicholas Marty led Toledo in fifth place in 18:05.06, followed by Cody Harris (15th, 18:55.76), Jacob Butcher (33rd, 20:46.89), Riley Frye (45th, 21:40.74), and Jeremy Cook (54th, 22:19.31).

For Wahkiakum, Leif Carroll was 70th in 24:04.4, and Levi Hauff was 73rd in 24:50.31. Winlock’s Alexis Quezada was 84th in 28:25.37.

Rainier, Wash., won the girls’ race with 23 points. Ilwaco was second with 41, followed by Toledo with 78 and Kalama 85.

TL’s Kandoll was second in 20:23.92, and Darla Kandoll was sixth in 21:11.63.

Ilwaco’s Alex Carper was seventh in 22:23.09, followed by Estella Sheldon (ninth, 22:35.64), Emma Brundage (13th, 23:44.24), Carli Kemmer (16th, 23:57.17), and Nisa Mendoza (18th, 24:09.59).

Toledo freshman Greenlee Clark was 10th in 23:19.50, followed by Connee Stiltner (25th, 25:34.68), Ashley White (33rd, 26:45.77), Maddie Stewart (34th, 26:56.89), and Andrea Jones (36th, 28:16.99).

Matti Olson paced Kalama in 12th place in 23:34.43, Briannan Abbott (26th, 25:38.63), Alicia Tinoco (29th, 25:52.44), Kiandra Foreman (37th, 28:47.61), and Tia Burpee (40th, 29:11.18).

Wahkiakum’s Alexzandria Watkins was 41st in 30:20.21, and Kimberlee Watkins was 44th in 31:51.37. Taylor Tait of Winlock was 42nd in 30:36.91.

Heritage Meet: Kelso’s Kahler Kirk finished second in the girls’ race to lead the Lassies to victory in a three-team Greater St. Helens League meet on Tuesday in Vancouver.

Kelso won the girls’ race with 29 points, followed by Mountain View with 31, and Heritage with 71.

Kirk finished in 21:12, followed by Emma Gabbard (third, 22:38), Kyla Shoddy (fifth, 23:04), Aria Larsen (eighth, 23:50), and McKinley Chamberlain (11th, 23:59).

In the boys’ race, Heritage had 29, Kelso 37, and Mountain View 63.

Kelso’s Colten Jorgenson was third in 17:27, followed by Drew Norman (fourth, 17:45), Jimmy Peabody (eighth, 18:05), Jared Masterson (10th, 18:30), and Jonah Chamblee (12th, 18:39).

BOYS GOLF

Jeff Hudson Invitational: Kelso’s Caden Gardner carded an 83 to lead the Hilanders at the 16-team tournament at the Tri-Mountain Golf Course on Tuesday in Ridgefield.

Kelso had 360 points.

“We did all right with a lot of first-year varsity guys,” Kelso coach Pat Connors said. “They’re inexperienced, but they’re doing well.”

Also for the Hilanders, Trevor Hooper carded an 89, Alex Neves had 93, and Kaden Martin added 95.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

Red Devils win twice: Lower Columbia College needed five sets to dispatch Clark, and four sets to beat Olympic in an NWAC nonleague doubleheader at Olympic College on Tuesday in Bremerton.

In the opener, LCC fell behind in the first two sets to Clark before bouncing back to win 20-25, 19-25, 25-21, 25-23, 15-5. The Red Devils also dropped the first set to Olympic before storming back to win 22-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-19.

Miller and Cassie Thompson had 14 kills apiece against Clark, with Paige Moorcroft adding 10. Macey Wright had 43 assists, Karli Hall had 22 digs and three aces, Thompson added 15 digs, Moorcroft had 12 digs and four solo blocks, and Miller added three solo blocks.

In the Olympic match, Miller had 12 kills and three solo blocks, Thompson had seven kills, eight aces and 17 digs, and Hall had 26 digs. Wright dished 37 assists, served three aces and had 16 digs, Ashlynn Cantwell served three aces, and Moorcroft had three solo blocks.

LCC (11-3) host the Red Devils Crossover on Friday and Saturday

“It’s fantastic, she’s been on and off with injuries and so it’s got to be great for her confidence moving forward.” - R.A. Long coach Taylor Wallace on Kelsey Bern’s hat trick

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