Community notebook: CrossFit Fort Vancouver 3rd at CrossFit Games

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CrossFit Fort Vancouver on the podium in third place at the CrossFit Games on Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017, at Madison, Wis. (Contributed photo)

Kaleb Callaham, left, and Connor Hinthorn of Vancouver at the 19U USA Junior Boys Beach Volleyball Championships in Hermosa Beach, Calif. (Contributed photo)

The CrossFit Fort Vancouver team placed third at the CrossFit Games, held Aug. 3-6 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wis.

Members of the team include Justin Ahrens, Jessica Core, Allan Dunlap, Adam Neiffer, Andrea Roozen, Betsy Simser and Courtney Walker.

They scored 786 points, which got them on the podium by 48 points over NorCal CrossFit Redwood City. Wasatch CrossFit was the champion with 966, and CrossFit Mayhem was second at 918.

Events included rowing worm, drag & drive, couple couplets, worm rotation, burpee litter and worm complex. CrossFit Fort Vancouver scored its most points in the worm complex, finishing tied for third to score 88 points. They also placed fourth in couple couplets worth 84 points.

Friede qualifies for Senior Women’s Am

Washougal’s Debbie Friede was among 11 golfers who qualified on Monday for the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship.

Friede shot a 9-over-par 81 at Waverley Country Club in southeast Portland to make the cut. She last qualified for the Senior Women’s Amateur in 2015.

The U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur is Sept. 9-14, also at Waverley.

Hinthorn, Callaham 8th at beach volleyball tourney

For Connor Hinthorn and Kaleb Callaham, this wasn’t your usual summer trip to the beach.

The Skyview High School seniors teamed up to compete at the USA Volleyball Junior Beach Championships July 31 through Aug. 2 in Hermosa Beach, Calif.

Hinthorn and Callaham placed eighth among 16 teams in the 19-under tournament, which included teams from the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the Czech Republic.

The Vancouver duo qualified for their first international tournament by trying out for USA Volleyball’s A1 program. They were given a wild-card berth and were among the lower seeds in the tournament.

But that’s didn’t stop Hinthorn and Callaham from winning two of three matches in pool play to advance to the medal round.

After winning their first medal-round match in two sets, they lost a quarterfinal match in three sets to Dane Johnson and Jason Gibbs, who went on to win their second consecutive championship. That knocked them into the match to decide fifth and eighth place.

Camas lacrosse hosts pro player clinic

Camas lacrosse, a boys’ high school and youth lacrosse program, is hosting a pro player clinic with Portland native and Major League Lacrosse midfielder Henry Schoonmaker.

The clinic for elementary, middle school and high school boys is Thursday and Friday at Camas High School’s Cardon Field.

Cost is $45.

For more information visit http://www.camaslacrosse.com

Heat doesn’t stop Clark County runners

Oscar Bauman of Vancouver was the fastest runner at the Clark County Running Club’s Leverick Park 5K on Aug. 2 as 58 runners braved the 100-degree heat.

Bauman’s time was 17 minutes, 21 seconds. He was followed in by Eric Dolezal of Vancouver (17:45), and Robert Roper of Vancouver was third (19:00).

Katarina Mueller of Vancouver was the fastest woman, placing ninth overall in 19:54. Abby Knight was second (13th overall) in 20:24, and Savanna Craig was third (19th overall) in 23:38.

The CCRC Summer Series continues at 7 p.m. Wednesday with a second Leverich Park 3-mile run. It’s described as a challenging run with a loop around Leverich Park and then to the Discovery Trail.

For more information, visit clarkcountyrunningclub.org

3 on 3 hoop deadline is Thursday

Deadline to register for the Hoops 360 3 on 3 basketball tournament at Marshall Park is Thursday, Aug. 10.

For more info, visit https://basketball.exposureevents.com/87547/hoops-360-3on3-presented-by-shoot-360

Spots remain for Spartan Sprint Race

Washougal MX Park is again hosting a Spartan Race, and there are still openings for those who seek a challenge.

The race is on Aug. 19 with start times beginning at 7:30 a.m. There are five divisions. Registration fees range from $109 to $154 (depending on classification) until spots are filled.

It’s a 3-to 5-mile sprint course with 20 to 23 obstacles.

For more information, visit https://www.spartan.com/en/race/detail/2339/overview

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