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Toutle Lake’s Henry Foultner won the boys’ race, and Meleah Kandoll was fifth in the girls’ run in a Central 2B League meet on Tuesday in Mossyrock.

Mossyrock won the boys’ race with 21 points, and Toutle Lake was second with 53. Foultner won the 5,000-meter run in 17 minutes, 51 seconds, followed by John Nicholson (11th, 20:13) and William Foultner (12th, 20:31).

Wahkiakum’s Jamil Dimaano was 16th in 21:15, and Leif Carroll was 18th in 21:42.

Rainier, Wash. was the only complete girls’ team, finishing with 15 points.

Kandoll was fifth for TL in 22:11, and Darla Kandoll placed sixth in 22:53. Wahkiakum’s Alexzandria Watkins was 21st in 32:22, and Kimberlee Watkins placed 23rd in 33:57.

Neah-Kah-Nie meet: Ilwaco’s Daniel Whiting was second in the boys’ race, and Gina Limon of Clatskanie was second in the girls’ run in the meet held at the Twin Rocks Friends Camp on Tuesday in Rockaway Beach, Ore.

Ilwaco won the boys’ meet with 29 points, followed by Rainier with 74. Clatskanie ran incomplete.

Whiting finished the 5,000-meter run in 20 minutes, 47.89 seconds, followed by Tristan Trudell (third, 21:43.59), Colton McNabb (ninth, 23:15.12) and Ghannon Whelden (10th, 23:21.57).

Rainier’s Jaedan Abel was eighth in 23:05.86, followed by Cade Carter (12th, 23:39.17).

Trent Berntsen paced Clatskanie in fifth place in 22:26.8, followed by Jason Lebeck (49th, 28:28.33).

Ilwaco won the girls’ race with 52 points, with Rainier placing fifth with 101. Clatskanie ran incomplete.

Estella Sheldon paced Ilwaco in sixth place in 27:18.35, followed by Carli Kemmer (seventh, 27:18.58) and Alex Carper (ninth, 27:21.71).

Rainier’s Chloe Crawford placed fourth in 25:52.43, followed by Sydney Crawford (16th, 29:25.12).

Limon finished second for Clatskanie in 25:04.9, and Annabelle Martin was 25th in 32:15.47.

Greater St. Helens League race: Kelso’s Alan Luff and Kyla Shoddy each placed eighth in their respective races at Alderbrook Park on Tuesday in Hockinson.

Camas won the boys’ run with 15 points, followed by Kelso with 50.

Luff finished the 5,000-meter run in 20 minutes, 57 seconds, followed by Ethan Burgin (10th, 21:49).

Camas took the girls’ run with 23 points, followed by Battle Ground with 50, and Kelso with 62.

Shoddy finished the girls’ race in 25:31, followed by Aria Larsen (12th, 25:49), Mayci Bloomfeldt (13th, 25:55) and Hailee Farmer (14th, 25:58).

Adna meet: Toledo’s Nicholas Marty was second in the boys’ race, and Greenlee Clark was third in the girls’ run in a Central 2B League meet on Tuesday.

Kalama won the boys’ run with 37, followed by Toledo with 67. Winlock ran incomplete.

Isaac Lozier paced Kalama in third place in 17 minutes, 17.4 seconds, followed by Addison Smee (fourth, 17:17.9) and Rylan Green (seventh, 18:15.7).

Marty paced Toledo in 16:25.7, followed by Cody Harris (10th, 18:27.9), and Jonathon Cisneros (12th, 18:32.4).

Winlock’s Alexis Quezada was 43rd in 29:36.5.

Adna edged Toledo 34-35 to win the girls’ race, with Kalama finishing third with 56.

Toledo’s Greenlee Clark was third in 21:43.3, followed by Heather Fenison (eighth, 23:30.59) and Ashley White (10th, 24:07.9).

Kalama’s Matti Olson was fourth in 22:03.7, followed by Alicia Tinoco (ninth, 24:06).

Winlock’s Taylor Tait was 22nd in 30:09.29.


Woodland 3, R.A. Long 0: The Beavers prevailed 25-20, 25-9, 25-15 in a Greater St. Helens 2A League match at Joe Moses Court on Tuesday at R.A. Long.

For Woodland, Taylor Foster had 12 kills and three stuff blocks, Nicole Guthrie had eight kills and 18 assists, and Olivia Andersen had seven kills. Elyse Booker had 30 digs and two aces.

For RAL, Miranda Bergquist had 13 assists, Y Ta had four blocks and three kills, and McKenzie Hamer had six digs.

Toutle Lake 3, Adna 0: The Ducks prevailed 25-21, 25-10, 25-13 in a Central 2B League match on Tuesday in Toutle.

Standouts for the Ducks (6-3, 4-1 league) were Kaylee Florek with 10 kills, Nikarra Smith with eight kills and 10 percent serving, and Sienna Rudd with 12 assists and five aces. Taylor Gould had 11 assists and served 100 percent, and Casey Wentz had 18 digs, three aces and perfect serving.

Warrenton 3, Rainier 1: The Columbians dropped a Coastal League decision 25-17, 17-25, 25-22, 25-21 on Tuesday in Warrenton. No additional match details were available.

La Center 3, Castle Rock 0: The Rockets lost their first game of the season with set scores of 25-22, 31-29, 25-19 in the Trico 1A road sweep Tuesday.

Logann Golden had 17 digs and 14 kills, Zoe Naugle added 15 kills with nine blocks, while Ranae Holter finished with 38 assists.

Napavine 3, Wahkiakum 0: The Mules were swept at home in a Central 2B League match scored 25-12, 25-14, 26-24 on Tuesday. Ellie Leitz tallied eight kills, while Naia Freeman finished with six kills.

Hockinson 3, Mark Morris 2: The Monarchs won the second and third set of a Greater St. Helens League 2A road tilt that went the distance. Set scores were 25-22, 25-21, 25-19, 25-18, 15-12.

Grace Huhta tallied 21 digs and 14 kills, Ellie Weber had 13 kills and Kendelle King had 48 assists.

Kalama 3, Morton/White Pass 1: Kalama dropped the first set but rallied on the next three in its Central 2B League home victory Tuesday. Sets scores were 29-27, 25-23, 25-13, 25-9. Marlee Vickers tallied 12 kills with six digs, Paige Chinchen chipped in 11 digs with seven kills while Taylor Tabor finished with 14 digs.

Naselle 3, Three Rivers Christian 1: The Comets prevailed 25-18, 25-11, 16-25, 25-9 in a Columbia Valley 1B League match on Tuesday at Three Rivers Christian.

Top players for Naselle were Holly Disch with 16 kills, Jackie Steenerson added seven kills, and Taylor Gudmundson had 29 assists and eight aces.Sophie Scrabeck had eight kills and nine digs, and Hailey Weston had seven kills and eight digs.

Standouts for TRC (2-2 league) were Pervie Reed (setting), Mabrie Richards (errorless serving, digging), and Jaylynn Woodman (clean serving).


Hockinson 4, Mark Morris 1: Mary Vandenberg scored in the 30th minute in the Monarchs’ Greater St. Helens League 2A road loss on Tuesday. Halftime score was 3-1. Goalkeeper Aunika Rodman tallied 14 saves while Heaven Burr kept Hockinson uncomfortable. Kamirin Orr and Emma Johnson provided help off the bench.

R.A. Long 3, Woodland 1: R.A. Long earned a Greater St. Helens League 2A victory at home on Tuesday as Kelsey Bern scored twice. Maddie Wolff scored in the 15th minute off a feed from Bern, who scored in the 31st and 38th minutes. Maddie Barker finished with three saves.

“We absolutely needed it going into the bye,” RAL coach Taylor Wallace said. “Some confidence, and another win where we can get some hard practices in.”

Hannah Landrigan scored Woodland’s goal at the end of the match, and Beavers keeper Gwen Elkinton tallied 17 saves.


3A District Tournament: Kelso’s Trevor Hooper had an outstanding bounce-back second round to lead four Hilanders into the 3A Bi-District Championships after qualifying on the final day of the tournament held at the Tri-Mountain Golf Course on Tuesday in Ridgefield.

Hooper had rounds of 101-76 for 177. Riley Kirk carded 94-85 for 179, Caden Gardner had 97-89 for 186, and Alex Neves fired 96-90 for 186.

Graham Moody of Mountain View was tournament medalist with 147.

Mountain View won the team title with 639, and Kelso was fourth with 723.


R.A. Long 18, Mark Morris Blue 1 (5 inn.): Every RAL starter got a hit, and 10 of 11 hitters drove in a run in a Greater St. Helens League victory on Tuesday at RAL.

RAL (16-0) visits Camas on Wednesday for the league title.

Mark Morris at Prairie: No game score was reported. MM’s Mackynzee Powell was 3 for 4 with three runs scored, and Lily Wenzlick was 3-4.


Mark Morris 5, Ridgefield 1: Ben Haukaas and Eric Chen won first doubles 6-0, 6-0 for the Monarchs in a Greater St. Helens 2A League victory on Tuesday in Ridgefield.

Also for MM (10-4), Gabe Slind won first singles 7-5, 6-2, and Victor Bogin won second singles 3-6, 6-0, 6-1. Gabe Nuevo and Owen Johnson took second doubles 6-0, 6-3, and Caleb Buck and Ashton Harvey won third doubles 6-3, 6-0.

MM plays in the subdistrict tournament at Club Green Meadows on Friday and Saturday in Vancouver.

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