Kelso scored five runs in the final two innings to top Hudson's Bay 8-4 on Thursday in Greater St. Helens 3A League play at Propstra Stadium.
The Scotties tallied 10 hits. Trevor Hartley doubled and went 2 for 3, and Rees Hall, Nate Lonner and Phil Smith all had two hits. Hunter Rios was 1-4 with a pair of RBIs.
Hartley also dealt 6 1/3 innings of seven-hit ball, striking out five. Nick Miller finished things off by getting two outs in three pitches.
Kelso (9-2, 5-1 league) plays at Prairie on Monday.
Chieftain Invite: Kelso's Liz Dolan carded an 88 on Thursday at a soggy Tri-Mountain Golf Course, to take fifth among 44 golfers. Kelli Rakoz shot a 109 to finish 23rd and Grace Forest recorded her first-ever 18-hole round, coming in with a 143.
Camas' Ashley Clark was medalist with a 72.
The Lassies play against Evergreen on Tuesday at Three Rivers Golf Course.
Ilwaco 193, Life Christian 198: Blake Kukula fended off a poor day on the greens to earn medalist honors, carding a 40 for the Fishermen at Tumwater Valley Golf Course. Tenyson Ramsey shot a 49, and Ethan Knopski and Charlie Short cared 52s.
Both girls' teams were incomplete. Faith Richardson led the Fishermen with a 54, Maggie Jacobson shot a 58 and Sunny Kemmer carded a 74.
"Our district and state is at Tumwater Valley, so we were able to get a good look at the course," Ilwaco coach Bob Enos said. "They got the kinks out and saw where the danger areas lie for next month."
The Fishermen girls play at Astoria Country Club on Monday.
Wahkiakum 163, North Beach 229, Three Rivers Christian 230: The Mules missed the school record by just three strokes on Thursday at Mint Valley Golf Course. Instead, they settled for besting their previous team-best of 172.
Tyler St. Onge was medalist with a 36, Zach Johnston carded a 37, Logan LaBerge scored a 42 and Elijah Doiron scored a 48.
Three Rivers was led by Matt Jabusch's 56 and Grayson Dombrowsky's 57.
The Mules move to 4-0 and play Adna and North Beach on Tuesday.
TRACK AND FIELD
Meet at Rainier, Wash.: The Ilwaco girls' finished second and the Ilwaco boys' placed fourth in the 10-team meet on Thursday.
Morton/White Pass won the boys' side, while Winlock finished seventh and Toutle Lake placed eighth. Rainier, Wash., won the girls' side, and Toutle Lake placed seventh.
Ilwaco's Alex Kaino recorded a new best in the 200, topping the field in 23.57 seconds. Kaino also won the 300 hurdles (41.91) His teammate Daniel Quintana won the 800 (2:11.40) and 1600 (4:50.40).
Winlock's Bryce Cline topped the high jump field, clearing 5 feet, 8 inches. Teammate Coleson Richendollar placed second with a PR of 5-6. Toutle Lake's Riley Kent paced the Ducks with a personal-best 55.09-second 400, good for second place.
On the girls' side, Toutle Lake's Meleah Kandoll won the 400 (1:03.04) and placed second in the 200 with a PR of 28.69.
Ilwaco's Elizabeth McMullen won the 100 hurdles (15.88) and placed second in the triple jump with a PR of 33-6. The 4x100 team of Tiana Ramsey, Abby Knopski, Estella Sheldon and Alyssa Marsh won in 4:29.81.
Mossyrock Meet: Kalama’s Melanie Martinez and Brooke Milohov won two events apiece and helped two relays to victory as the Chinnoks’ won the girls’ portion of a seven-team meet held on Thursday.
Kalama scored 132 points in the girls’ meet, followed by Toledo with 91 points and Wahkiakum with 81.
Martinez won the 100 (13.74 seconds), 200 (28.52), and Milohov won the 100 hurdles (19.07) and the long jump (13 feet 9), and teamed with Alexys Wetmore and Kailey Shipley to win the 4x100 relay in 54.43, and joined Grace Baker and Shipley on the top 4x200 relay in 1 minute, 55.18 seconds.
Other winners for Kalama were Matti Olson (3200, 13:40.32), Wetmore (high jump, 4-8), and Ruby Jackson (triple jump, 31-5).
Winners for Wahkiakum were Charlie Ashe in the 300 hurdles in 53.85, and Jansi Merz in the discus with a toss of 77-4.
Toledo’s Kallie Schaplow won the javelin with a toss of 119-5.
In the boys’ meet, Toledo won with 145 points, followed by Kalama with 132.5. Wahkiakum was seventh with 13.
Winners for Toledo were Anthony Peak (110 hurdles, 17.0; 300 hurdles, 44.74), Braden Bramhall (100, 11.87), Jacob Butcher (200, 24.4), Nicholas Marty (3200, 9:55.95), Michael echtle (discus, 107-7), Ethan Buck (javelin, 149-0), Duke Schaplow (long jump, 18-1), and the 4x100 relay of Butcher, Buck, Schaplow and Bramhall in 46.33.
Placing first for Kalama were Richard Beverage (400, 54.21), Xavier Lopez (shot put, 41-9), Jonah Lucente (high jump, 5-8), and Rylan Green (triple jump, 37-2 ½).
Wahkiakum had no winners. Placing fourth was Jamil Dimaano in the 400 in 58.15.
United 5, La Center 0: Toledo/Winlock's United soccer team pulled together in the second half and ran past La Center in a Trico 1A League road game to run their win streak to six games. Andreas Malunat scored a second-half hat trick and Gustavo Barragan added a score in the second half as United scored four goals in the final 40 minutes.
"It was almost like we were two different teams," coach Horst Malunat said. "I had to chew them a bit, but we got going."
Isaac Garibay scored in the 10th minute to open scoring. Edgar and Gustavo Barragan each had an assist, as did Jonathan Cisneros.
Alan Contreras recorded the shutout, making 10 saves.
United (6-0-4, 6-0 league) plays at Stevenson on Tuesday.