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The Woodland volleyball team started with a 3-1 (25-17, 25-9, 23-25, 25-19) road win over La Center to start its 2019 campaign.

Emma Swett had 20 kills and four aces to lead the Beavers offensively. Payten Foster had nine kills, two aces and was one defensive stalwart with 17 digs. Leanna Russell was another, also digging 17 balls to go along with two aces.

Liz Hurn led the defense, though, with 27 digs defensively and Lucy George pitched in eight kills.

Woodland is back on the floor Thursday when it hosts Kalama in the 8-mile rivalry at 7 p.m.

The Woodland volleyball team started with a 3-1 (25-17, 25-9, 23-25, 25-19) road win over La Center to start its 2019 campaign.

Emma Swett had 20 kills and four aces to lead the Beavers offensively. Payten Foster had nine kills, two aces and was one defensive stalwart with 17 digs. Leanna Russell was another, also digging 17 balls to go along with two aces.

Liz Hurn led the defense, though, with 27 digs defensively and Lucy George pitched in eight kills.

Woodland is back on the floor Thursday when it hosts Kalama in the 8-mile rivalry at 7 p.m.

Morton-White Pass Jamboree: Toledo came away from the Morton-White Pass Jamboree on Tuesday 1-1.

The Indians swept aside the host Timberwolves 3-0 (25-13, 25-23, 25-16) in the opener, then fell to Mossyrock in another sweep 3-0 (25-12, 25-19, 25-19) in the nightcap.

“The girls played hard every match,” Toledo coach Candace Maier said. “I am very proud of their effort.”

Toledo starts for real on Thursday at home against Hoqiuam at 7 p.m.

Three Rivers Christian 3, Pope John Paul II: The Eagles swept aside another set of Eagles on Tuesday 25-11, 25-17, 25-15 on the road on Tuesday.

Chanttle Isaacson led Three Rivers with six kills and Mabrie Richards add five.

Lily Richards had 12 assists, as well.

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Coach Mary Richards said Isaacson and Mabrie Richards were “huge assets to serving and defense,” and Lily Richards “held the team together” with her passing. She also commended Pervie Reed for her defensive effort.

Three Rivers is at the Kelso Tournament on Saturday, then hosts Northwest Christian on Tuesday in its home opener.

Seaside 3, Rainier 1: The Columbians dropped their season opener 25-18, 25-18, 25-27, 25-14 against the Seagulls on Tuesday.

No further information was available.

Rainier visits Astoria on Thursday at 6 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

Woodland 5, Seton Catholic 0: Woodland girl’s soccer team scored one point in the first half and four in the second to bring home a shut out win against Seton Catholic Tuesday.

The Woodland keeper made 8 save with Kaley Weist and Emersyn Finn making the play of the game, according to Woodland coach Frederick Jenkins.

Jenkins also named Grace Hay and Cassidy Upson as major players who made shots against Seton.

The Beavers play La Center at 7 p.m. Thursday on their home field.

Mountain View 5, R.A. Long 0: The team had a strong defense but struggled to mount an attack according to coach Taylor Wallace. Keeper Maddie Barker had 18 saves.

The Jills are back in action on Thursday when they host W.F. West at 6 p.m.

Rochester 3, Toledo 0: No further information was available.

Toledo returns to the field on Saturday on the road against Orcas Island with a time to be determined.

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