Moss, Camas win 4A gymnastics titles

Heritage senior claims all-around

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Heritage’s Nicole Moss won the all-around title and Camas captured the team title at the 4A district gymnastics meet on Saturday.

Camas scored 162.1 points to take the team title ahead of Heritage (160.6), Union (150.875) and Skyview (141.25).

Moss won the all-around with a score of 37.1, placing ahead of Skyview’s Miranda Lea (36.675) and Union’s Kyle Weaver (34.05).

Moss also won the bars with a score of 9.35, while Lea won the vault (9.4) and floor exercise (9.5).

The beam results were not reported.

Qualifiers from the district advance to regionals next week for berths to state.

Moxley, River top 3A/2A — Kenzie Moxley share the top all-around honors and won the vault and floor exercise to lead Columbia River to the team title at the 3A district gymnastics meet on Saturday.

Columbia River outdistanced Ridgefield 155.875-143.65 for the team title. Both teams advanced to next week’s regional in Federal Way.

Moxley tied with Ridgefield’s Kylee Tjensvold for the all-around title with a score of 34.1. Megan Beatty of Hudson’s Bay was third at 33.825.

Moxley also won the vault (8.25) and floor exercise (9.4). Tjensvold won the beam (9.15), and Columbia River’s Sarah Ellis won the bars (8.75).

Girls basketball

Kelso 54, Columbia River 48 — Jamilee Iddings scored 18 points including seven in a row in the fourth quarter that helped Kelso pull away from Columbia River in the 3A Greater St. Helens League tiebreaker game.

Kelso becomes the league’s No. 2 seed for the bi-district tournament and Columbia River No. 3.

Marion Lilly scored a game-high 23 points for the Chieftains, and Kate Craft had 20 points with six 3-pointers and 13 rebounds.