Community notebook: Clark County Youth Football crowns champions

By Paul Danzer, Columbian Soccer, hockey and Community Sports Reporter



Clark County Youth Football wrapped up its 2013 season on Saturday with five championship games at District Stadium in Battle Ground.

In the Grades 2-3 game, the Cubs beat the Lightning 12-0. In the grades 4-5 game, the Bears defeated the Thunder 13-6. In the sixth-grade championship, the Panthers beat the Titans 6-0. In the seventh-grade championship, the Raiders beat the Hawks 51-13. In the eighth-grade championship, the Tigers beat the Storm 21-0.

A complete list of scores including Saturday’s other CCYF games is in the Community Sports Scoreboard.

Area Pop Warner playoff teams advance

Area Pop Warner youth football teams played Greater Northwest Conference semifinal games on Sunday at District Stadium.

In the Pee Wee Division (ages 9-12), East County defeated North County 31-0. East County will play Evergreen for the championship at 1 p.m. Sunday at Parkrose High School for the championship.

In the Junior Pee Wee Division (ages 8-11), East County defeated Vancouver Warriors No. 1 30-0 and the Evergreen Bulldogs beat the Cowlitz Colts 6-0. Next Sunday at Parkrose, Evergreen and East County play at 11 a.m. for the championship. At 9 a.m., Vancouver and Cowlitz play for third place.

Local team falls, 4-1, in prep hockey league

Team Gaustad, the Winterhawks Varsity Hockey League team with players from Clark County lost 4-1 on Sunday to Team Deadmarsh. Tristan Flint scored the only goal for the north team in the ice hockey league for metro-area high school students.

The next game for Team Gaustad is at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Winterhawks Skating Center in Beaverton.

Youth lacrosse program sign-up on Wednesday

Vancouver Youth Lacrosse will hold an in-person registration opportunity from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday at the Burgerville restaurant at 99th Street and Highway 99 in Hazel Dell.

The registration is for the spring 2014 season for this new recreational lacrosse club. Programs include a stick-only, non-contact coed league for kids in kindergarten through second grade. There is one practice and one game each week.

For players in grades 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8 programs involve full gear and local and away games. Teams will have two practices and one game each week.

Staff and coaches will be at the in-person registration to answer questions. To learn more or download registration forms, visit