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Hailey Parsons hit 3 for 3 as the Kelso softball team won their Greater St. Helens 3A League opener 4-3 over Evergreen on Tuesday at Lassie Beach.

Kelso (7-1, 1-0 league) had eight hits, including a double and two RBIs from Capri Franzen. Megan Holt allowed four hits and struck out eight through four innings, and Jordyn Ragan tossed three innings of two hit relief with five strikeouts. Defensive standout was shortstop Kinzey Williams.

Naselle 30, Taholah 9 (5 inn.): An 11-run first inning helped propel the Comets to a Coastal 1B League victory on Monday at Taholah.

Lily Harman led Naselle offensively, going 5 for 5 with two doubles, a triple, five runs, five RBIs and two stolen bases. Kylee Tarabochia was 3-4 with a double, triple, four runs and two stolen bases, and Taylor Gudmundsen was 3-4 with two doubles three runs and three RBIs. Michelle Carter was 3-5 with three runs and two stolen bases, and Holly Disch was 3-6 with a double, four runs, four RBIs and four stolen bases.


Toledo/Winlock United 11, Castle Rock 0: Andreas Malunat (three goals) and Gustavo Barragan (four goals) finished with hat tricks in only 40 total minutes of United’s Trico 1A League win on Tuesday night.

Isaac Garibay finished the night with three assists, and Edgar Barragan scored two goals. United finished with two goalkeeper saves, split between Alan Contreras and Ethan Smith.


Washougal 5, R.A. Long 1: Megan Meharg won first singles 6-1, 6-2 for the Lumberjills in a Greater St. Helens 2A League match on Tuesday at RAL.

RAL is now 2-2, 0-1 in league.

Prairie 5, Kelso 1: The Lassies came out on the short end of a Greater St. Helens 3A League match on Tuesday in Kelso.

No additional match details were available.


Wahkiakum 180, Three Rivers Christian 252: Sophomore Elijah Doiron carded a personal-best round of 43 to earn medal honors for the Mules in a Southwest 2B/1B League match victory on Tuesday at Three Rivers.

Also for Wahkiakum, Logan LaBerge and Tyler St. Onge had rounds of 45, and Bryce Good added 47. No individual scores were reported by Three Rivers.

Meet at Riverside Golf Course: Ilwaco brought home the boys’ and girls’ medalists, finished second in the boys’ event and were the only complete team in the girls’ event in Chehalis. Life Christian won the boys’ side with 218 points, Ilwaco had 229.

Medalist honors went to Blake Kukula, who shot a 41, and Madeline Jacobson, who shot a 60.


Woodland at Mark Morris: Tyler Flanagan finished first in four events on Tuesday as the Woodland boys’ won 97-44, and the girls’ won 81.5-57.5.

Flanagan won the 200 meters (24.1), 110 hurdles (16.2), 300 hurdles (41.0) and javelin (145-0).

Woodland’s Anthony Clifford placed first in the 100 (12.1), while teammate Josiah Anderson topped the 1600 (5:15) and 3200 (11:59.88). Mark Morris’ Willie Harris placed first in the 400 (52.8) and teammate Kameron Werner was first in the 800 (2:11.3).

Woodland’s 4x100 team placed first (47.1), as did the Monarchs’ 4x400 relay (3:45.6).

Woodland’s Damon Holland was first in the shot put (45-01.5) and teammate Jason Bowman was first in the discus (120-11). Beaver Alex Bishop finished first in the high jump (5-10) and Judeah Sanders led the pole vault (9-06).

Isaac Hall placed first in the long jump (18-11.25) and triple jump (40-00).

On the girls’ side, Monarch Heaven Burr was first in the 100 (13.7) and 200 (28.3), and teammate Mary VandenBerg was first in the 800 (2.37.9) and 1600 meters (5:58.4).

MM’s Susanna Vasilichenko was first in the 300 hurdles (54.5), while teammate Presley McClung finished first in the shot put (30-00.5). Monarch Chloe Jones was first in the long jump (1505.75) and MM’s 4x100 team was also first (56.2).

Woodland’s Nicole Guthrie was first in the 100 hurdles (18.2), high jump (5-05) and discus (95-01), while Sarah Retter placed first in the 400 (1:06.5).

The Beavers’ 4x200 relay placed first (1:57.8), as did the 4x400 team (4:38.4).

Other Woodland first-place finishers were Mia Campbell in the javelin (76-11), Megan Shubert in the pole vault (7-06) and Lauren Kaiser in the triple jump (29-07).


Sports Reporter

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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