The Hockinson Hawks are tops again in Class 2A Greater St. Helens League girls soccer.
Aurora Bodenhamer scored two goals and assisted on another, leading the Hawks to a 4-0 win over R.A. Long to complete the league season with a 10-2 mark.
The Hawks tied Mark Morris for the title, but the Hawks gained the top seed by beating the Monarchs in two of three matches this season.
Kavita Battan had a goal and assist for the Hawks. Hannah Charles found the net for the fourth goal.
Laura Morgan and Baylee Smith combined for the shutout in goal.
Hockinson will play Centralia at 1 p.m. Saturday at District Stadium in Battle Ground in the opening round of the double-elimination district tournament.
Columbia River 2, Mountain View 1 — The Chieftains erased a halftime deficit goals to claim the third-place berth in the bi-district playoffs from the Class 3A Greater St. Helens League.
Trailing 1-0 at halftime, River tied the game on a goal from Kira Kallem. The Chieftains then scored the winner on a late penalty kick by Eden Behrens.
Mountain View, which could have claimed third place with a win, got a first-half goal from Neesha Godbole.
Columbia River will play a road game on Nov. 5 in the bi-district playoff round. Camas, the league champion, will host a game Nov. 5. Second-place Prairie will travel to Sumner to face either Timberline or Wilson.
Ridgefield 6, Castle Rock 0 — Brooke Kates scored two goals, and Lizzie Vance had a goal and an assist as the Spudders finished off their second consecutive unbeaten regular season.
Ridgefield, which has qualified for state, will play for the Class 1A District 4 championship on Nov. 3 at Kalama High School. The Spudders’ opponent is Montesano.
La Center 3, Toledo 1 — The Wildcats got two goals from Kirsten Watkins as La Center finished second in the Trico League.
La Center will face Elma or Tenino in a loser-out district playoff Tuesday at Kalama High School.
Prairie completed an undefeated regular season in the 3A Greater St. Helens league with a win over Kelso. Karlee Lubenow led the Falcons with 12 kills.
Meanwhile, Mountain View and Hudson’s Bay will have a one-match playoff at 11 a.m. Saturday at Columbia River to determine the fifth and final berth to next week’s district tournament.
Hockinson finished second in the 2A GSHL, with Woodland taking third. Both teams have advanced to the eight-team, double-elimination district tournament next week. Three teams from there will advance to state.
King’s Way Christian 50, WSD 6 — Hayden York and Joshua Tully each scored two touchdowns as King’s Way Christian defeated Washington School for the Deaf in a game stopped just prior to halftime due to the 8-man football mercy rule.
York scored both his TDs in the first half on runs of 2 and 23 yards. Tully scored in the second half on a 6-yard run and an 18-yard pass from Chris Crenshaw.