Prep notes: Four locals on all-state soccer



Camas goalkeeper Jamie Carter, Washougal forward Ellie Boon, Hockinson defender Caity Kuntz and Ridgefield midfielder Lizzie Vance were Clark County players who earned spot on the all-state first team for their classification by the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association.

Carter made the 3A first team. Hudson’s Bay forward Alexa Whitney made the second team, while Camas midfielder Olivia Lovell earned honorable mention.

In Class 4A, Skyview forward Becca Sikora made the second team, while teammates forward Shaefer Skaden and goalkeeper Hannah Johnson earned honorable mention.

Boon and Kuntz mad the 2A first team. Hockinson midfielder Aurora Bodenhamer made the second team.

Vance made the 1A first team. La Center forward Jocelyn Burgess and Ridgefield defender Megan Fox made the second team, while Ridgefield forward Jordyn Voyles earned honorable mention.

And King’s Way Christian defender Heidi Fronk made the Class 2B-1B second team.

For a complete list of the all-state teams, go to The Columbian’s prep sports blog at

Two locals honored

Two Clark County athletes were selected the WIAA/Seattle Times athlete of the week for the week of Jan. 1-7.

Grant Gaspar, a freshman on the Ridgefield wrestling team, earned the honor for Class 1A boys. He won two league matches that week, earning a 9-3 decision and a second-round pin.

Another freshman, Harper Christian of King’s Way Christian girls basketball team earned the honor for Class 1B girls. Christian posted a pair of triple-doubles with 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 steal in one game, and 17 points, 13 rebounds and 11 steals in another victory.