Youth ball: Ridgefield Little League stays alive at state

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Second baseman Shane Jamison of Camas tags out Mitchell Powers of Greater Richland Little League at second base during the Washington State Little League All-Star tournament at Luke Jensen Sports Park in Vancouver. Greater Richland beat Camas 7-2.

Ridgefield stayed alive, but Camas was eliminated on Monday from the Washington State Little League Baseball Tournament at Luke Jensen Sports Park in Vancouver.

Ridgefield beat Walla Walla Pacific 9-3. Its next loser-out game is at 4:30 on Wednesday against Pacific of Lynnwood.

Camas lost 7-2 to Greater Richland on Monday, ending its season.

Big League (17-18) baseball — Lake Oswego beat Vancouver 10-9 on the first day of pool play at the Western regional in Bremerton.

Vancouver led 9-3 after scoring nine runs in the top of the fourth, but Lake Oswego rallied and won the game in the 10th inning. Vancouver’s next game is at 8 a.m. on Wednesday.

Babe Ruth 13s — Hazel Dell Metro beat Kelso on Sunday at Louis Bloch Park in Camas for the district title. Metro plays Twin Cities at 6 p.m. Wednesday to open pool play in the state tournament at Longview.

Babe Ruth 14s — The team from Kalama, Woodland, Ridgefield and La Center opens the state tournament at 1 p.m. today against Longview in Hoquiam.

Babe Ruth 15s — KWRL opened pool play on Monday at the Southern Washington tournament in Pasco. Results were not reported.

Senior (15-16) baseball — Results were not reported from the loser-out game Hazel Dell played on Monday at the Harmony Sports Complex. Columbia of Vancouver takes on Sky Valley at 5:30 p.m. today in a game between the two remaining unbeaten teams.

9-10 softball — Battle Ground and Columbia stayed alive in the state tournament with wins on Monday at La Center. Battle Ground and Columbia play loser-out games again at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.

Junior (13-14) softball — Cascade was eliminated from state, falling 9-7 to East Jefferson/Sequim.