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Wednesday roundup: LCC sweeps Olympic

Wednesday roundup: LCC sweeps Olympic


The Lower Columbia volleyball team swept aside the visiting Olympic Rangers 3-0 (25-23, 25-16, 25-15) in LCC’s final nonleague match of the season.

LCC (15-9) got 11 kills and digs from Ashlynn Cantwell, who finished hitting at a .381 clip. Kianna Scott added eight kills and a .375 percentage and Camryn Wilson notched seven kills, 12 assists and six digs.

Emma Nelson had 16 digs off the bench and added an ace. Karsyn Zaragoza helped 22 times and landed three aces.

LCC starts league play next Wednesday when South Puget Sound visits Myklebust Gym for a 7 p.m. meeting.


Centralia 4, Lower Columbia 0: The Blazers shutout the Red Devils, keeping LCC from a short winning streak.

Joanna Pingel netted the first goal in the 7th minute for Centralia (4-3-1, 3-1-0), then Cassity Colard added the second four minutes later. Haylee Ward added the next two in the 56th and 58th minutes.

Leayssa Murray had five saves for the Red Devils.

LCC (1-6-0, 1-3-0) visits Bellevue on Saturday at noon.


Kalama 7, Winlock 1: The Chinooks had a resounding win in their first match in with a home win over the Cardinals.

Ava Beck had two goals and an assist in the win, and Kailey Shipley also scored twice.

Ruby Jackson added a goal, and Gracie Stemkoski found the net with a helper. Phoebe Jackson checked in with two assists, as well.

Alexa Barragan scored Winlock’s goal on an assist from Gabby Cruz.

Kalama (1-0) visits Ilwaco on Saturday at noon, and Winlock (1-1-1) visits Toutle Lake on the same day at the same time.

Toledo 6, Toutle Lake 0: Marrisa Peters netted a hat trick, with an assist, as the Indians sailed past the Ducks.

Rose Dillon, Vanessa Rodriguez and Marina Smith all found the net, as well.

Alyssa Gaskill and Grace Tauscher both had two helpers.

Toledo (2-1-0) hosts Napavine on Saturday at 6 p.m. Toutle Lake (0-2-0) welcomes Winlock on Saturday at noon.



Washougal 25, R.A. Long 36: The Lumberjacks fell in their opening league meet on Wednesday at William Clark Park in Washougal.

James Genero IV won the race in 18 minutes, 11 seconds and teammate Zach Hayden was second in 18:16, but the Panthers, led by freshman Trey Keyser (18:49) had the next seven finishers to claim the team title.

Tyler Tronnes of RAL finished 10th in 20:32, Aaron Ofstun was 12th in 21:11 and Zachery Schemenaur was 13th in 21:15.

R.A. Long heads to the Three Course Challenge in Camp Rilea, Oregon on Saturday.

Woodland falls to third: The Beavers finished third at the three-way meet at Abrams Park in Ridgefield on Wednesday, scoring 69 points.

Ridgefield took the team event with 28 points and Columbia River came second with 35 points.

Senior Aidan Rowley finished first, crossing in 17 minutes, 17.55 seconds.

Woodland’s top finisher was Jesse Thrall, a junior, who finished in seventh in 18:01.85. Parker Owen, a senior, was eighth with a time of 18:16.67.

Woodland races next at the Brooks Fort Steilacoom Invitational on Saturday at Fort Steilacoom Park.

Hockinson 25, Mark Morris 30: Eric Bauman crossed first for the Monarchs but the Hawks had the last laugh at Lake Sacajawea.

The Mark Morris sophomore finished in 17 minutes, 42 seconds, 30 seconds faster than the next finisher, Joshua Saeman of Hockinson, for the individual title.

Junior Antonio DaSilva placed third in 18:45, but Hockinson had four of the top six finishers.

Brodey Lamp finished seventh in 19:13 and Justin Wilson (10th, 19:29), Adam Nixon (11th, 19:57) and Zach Oswald (11th) 19:59) were high finishers.

In the girls meet, the MOnarchs didn’t have a qualifying team, so Hockinson won unopposed. Jose Boultinghouse ran, though, and finished seventh in 26:02.

Mark Morris races again at Lake Sacajawea on Wednesday against R.A. Long and Ridgefield.


Washougal 20, R.A. Long 38: Miranda Lomax finished third for the Lumberjills and Isabella Carleton was fifth, but the Panthers bunched their runners together superbly and came away with the win at William Clark Park in Washougal.

Lomax, a sophomore, finished in 22 minutes, 52 seconds, just barely ahead of Washougal’s Mary Keeler, who posted a seemingly identical time. Carleton came across in 24:29.

Washougal’s Savea Mansfield, also a sophomore, finished first in 22:30, nosing freshman teammate Sydnee Boothby by tenths.

Freshman Kailey Beaudoin was eighth for RAL in 25:29 and Millie Williquette, the lone senior in the race, was 10th in 26:02.

R.A. Long heads to the Three Course Challenge in Camp Rilea, Oregon on Saturday.

Woodland places third: Woodland scored 78 points for a third-place finish in the three-way meet at Abrams Park in Ridgefield on Wednesday.

Ridgefield took the team title with 25 points and Columbia River was second with 33.

Freshman Hannah Bailey finished first in 22 minutes, 9.53 seconds.

Woodland’s top finisher was Ashley Burney, a junior, who crossed in 15th place in 26:04.72. Jaylee Graham, just a freshman, was 21st in 27:20.77.

Woodland heads to the Brooks Fort Steilacoom Invitational on Saturday at Fort Steilacoom Park.


Castle Rock finishes fifth: The Rockets scored 138 points en route to its fifth-place finish at the Trico League meet at Vancouver Lake on Wednesday.

Columbia/White Salmon won the team event with 48 points, edging Trout Lake’s 50 points. La Center placed third with 58.

Justin Peck of Trout Lake finished first, finishing the 5,000 meter run in 16 minutes, 23 seconds.

Castle Rock’s highest finisher was senior Aaron Ross in 18th, finishing in 19:32. Freshmen Dylan Ross (38th, 21:46), Kasen Meyers (40th, 22:06) and Justin Burks (41st, 22:16) were next, and Isaiah Kennedy was 45th in 22:24.

Castle Rock is at the 1A Trico League Meet at Stevenson next Wednesday.


Team Scores:

MM 75 Capital 92

RAL 42 Capital 116

New District qualifying times were posted by:

Alyssa Davis MM 100 Fly 1:14.06

Alyssa Davis MM 100 Back 1:12.25

Maddy Schreier MM 200 IM 2:58.71

Maddy Schreier MM 100 Back 1:18.64

Kaylina Smith MM 100 Fly 1:29.42

Hilke Tegethoff MM 100 Breaststroke 1:24.21

Kylie Hueth RAL 100 Breaststroke 1:24.63

Mikey Mace RAL 200 IM 2:49.67

Mikey Mace RAL 100 Free 1:05.20

Mikey Mace RAL 50 Free 30.20

Next meet for both teams will be the Tenth Annual Sprint Pentathlon at DMMP Sat, Sep 21.


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