Prep roundup: Ridgefield rallies to beat Aberdeen in 2A district soccer



Taryn Ries had a goal and an assist as Ridgefield had to erase an early one-goal deficit to beat Aberdeen 3-1 Saturday in the first round of the Class 2A girls soccer tournament.

After Aberdeen took a 1-0 lead about 20 minutes into the match, Erin Siegel scored off an assist from Ries to even the match 1-1 at halftime.

Brooke Kates scored off an assist from Ally Fox in the second half to give Ridgefield the lead. Ries goal on an assist for Courtney Zumstein sealed the win for the Spudders.

Ridgefield, the 2A Greater St. Helens League champion, will host Mark Morris on Tuesday for a berth to state.

Hockinson 4, Capital 2 — The Hawks advanced to the semifinals of the Class 2A district tournament with the win. Hockinson will play at Black Hills on Tuesday for a berth to state.

Rylee Seekins scored two first-half goals to give Hockinson a 2-1 advantage. Cameron Bielat and Makayla Meisner scored in the second half to seal the victory.

Girls soccer

Camas 1, Union 0 — Sarah Tennyson headed in a corner kick from Maddie Belzer in the first half to lift the Papermakers to a district playoff win over the Titans.

It was the second time in three days that Camas had beaten Union 1-0. The Papermakers’ win on Thursday clinched the 4A Greater St. Helens League title.

The victory was the 13th shutout of the season for Camas, which was a source of pride for coach Roland Minder.

“I was really proud of (goalkeeper) Marie Matthews,” Minder said. “She made an exceptional save during which she went across the entire goal mouth to deflect a ball away that would have normally been a goal.”

Saturday’s win clinches a 4A state tournament berth for Camas. The Papermakers will face Curtis at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at McKenzie Stadium in the first of a two-match seeding process in the bi-district playoffs.

Union will face the winner of Tuesday’s Auburn Riverside-Todd Beamer match at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in a loser-out match in the bi-district playoffs. The Titans need to win twice in the bi-district to advance to state.

Skyview 6, Battle Ground 0 — Skyview clinched the No. 3 seed to the bi-district playoffs win a win in a loser-out match Saturday.

Skyview will face Puyallup at 6 p.m. Thursday at Auburn Riverside High School in a bi-district playoff. The Storm need two wins next week to reach state.

Taylor Kernion scored Skyview’s first and fifth goals, and Sydnee Smith delivered two assists for the Storm, who led 3-0 at halftime.

Seton Catholic 1, Montesano 0 — Jorie Freitag scored in the 58th minute off an assist from Lauren Rakoz for Seton’s goal in the 1A play-in game.

Amy Fraizer had four saves in goal to earn the shut out.

Seton advances to play at White Salmon on Tuesday.


1A league tournament — Woodland got the early jump on Kalama, but could not prevent a rally by the Chinooks in the championship match of the 1A Trico League Tournament.

Kalama won 24-26, 25-18, 25-23, 25-19 to take the No. 1 seed to next week’s district tournament. Woodland will be the No. 2 seed and will face Tenino Wednesday in Hoquiam.

Madi Raymond had 15 kills and 11 digs, and Nicolette Nesbitt had 31 assists, 16 digs and six kills for the Beavers.

La Center posted wins over Castle Rock and King’s Way Christian to secure the No. 3 seed. The Wildcats will play Hoquiam in the first-round at district in Castle Rock.

King’s Way Christian split matches with Seton Catholic and La Center to take the No. 4 seed. The Knights open district against Montesano in Hoquiam.

And Seton Catholic beat Castle Rock to secure the final berth to district. The Cougars face Rochester in a pigtail match to district at Castle Rock.


At Rosalia 38, King’s Way Christian 22 — Jay Becker ran in all three touchdowns, but King’s Way suffered its first loss of the season.

Becker scored on runs of 67, 1 and 4 yards and finished with 224 yards rushing. He also threw for 137 yards, but was sacked 10 times.

Boys tennis

4A bi-district — Union’s Tanner Blake won two matches and lost two to finish eighth, and will advance to the state tournament in May as the first alternate.

Union doubles team of Jacob Buckley and Alex Chanthavong finished the tournament in third place and will advance to state.

Union placed third with 12 points behind Olympia (20) and Thomas Jefferson (14).