Prep Highlights: Skyview soccer stuns Camas

Heritage beats Union to tighten up 4A GSHL standings

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The Skyview boys soccer team had just given up a tying goal in the waning minutes of Wednesday’s match.

But the Storm had one last surge.

Michael Kimbrell headed in a cross from Wyatt Stallman in the final minute to give Skyview a 2-1 win over Camas at Doc Harris Stadium.

The goal came on a counterattack just one minute after Camas tied the match on Dominic Fewel’s goal.

But Skyview, which had lost two straight, ended up handing Camas its first loss of the 4A Greater St. Helens League season.

“It has been an up-and-down season,” Skyview coach Vic Oenning said. “It’s great for the kids to see some of their hard work paying off.”

Sophomore Dylan Debaldo had six saves for Skyview (6-3-2, 2-2-0).

At the midway point of the league season, second-place Camas (8-1-2, 2-1-1) is one point behind Battle Ground and one point ahead of Skyview and Heritage.

Over at McKenzie Stadium, Spencer Clark scored on an assist from Max Basarb and goalkeeper Randy Ausborn recorded his fifth shutout of the season as Heritage beat Union 1-0.

It was the Timberwolves’ first win over Union in more than five years, allowing Heritage to keep pace with Skyview.

Stars of the day

• Grant Heiser, Camas baseball, went 3 for 4 with two runs, a double and an RBI in Camas’ 6-3 win over Heritage.

• Maddy Starwalt, Skyview girls golf, was the medalist with a 46 at Tri-Mountain as Skyview beat Battle Ground.

• Karsyn Rushing, Union girls golf, was the medalist with a 40 at Camas Meadows as the Titans beat Heritage.

• Kennedy Ferguson, Camas softball, threw a one-hit shutout and struck out 11 batters in Camas’ 4-0 win over Union.

• Owen Clayton, Prairie boys soccer, had two assists and was named man of match by his coach in 3-0 win over Fort Vancouver.

• Antonio Flores-Hernandez, Mountain View boys soccer, scored a second-half goal to give the Thunder a 1-0 win at Kelso.

• Julie Stepper, Woodland girls track and field, won the 100, 200 and long jump as the Beavers beat Mark Morris.