The Washington Timbers women’s soccer team of Vancouver won the Northwest Premier League championship on Sunday, beating the Seattle Stars 2-1 at Starfire Sports Stadium in Tukwila.
Jesse Ray scored the go-ahead goal for the Timbers in the 75th minute of the match.
The Timbers struck first as Brenna Bogle, a Skyview High and Clark College alum, scored in the seventh minute.
Seattle tied the match in the 58th minute.
The Timbers, which played their home matches at Harmony Sports Complex and are coached by Kat Tarr — who played at Fort Vancouver and Columbia River in high school — went 9-3-1 in their first season. They reached the final by knocking out defending champion Spokane in the semifinals.
Seattle finished the season 10-2-0.
Camas-Washougal Babe Ruth seeks funds
The Camas-Washougal 13-15-year-old Babe Ruth Baseball team qualified for the World Series in Lawrenceburg, Tenn., and is seeking funds to help make the trip.
A gofundme page has been set up to help the Northwest Regional champions.
To contribute, visit https://www.gofundme.com/cwbr-babe-ruth-world-series-bound.
The tournament is Aug. 10-17.
McChesney, Mueller sweep Round Lake
Jesse McChesney and Katarina Mueller were the top male and female runners for the second week in a row at the Clark County Running Club’s Round Lake 5K Trail Race on Wednesday.
McChesney of Vancouver completed the course in 17 minutes, 39 seconds. Repeating their placing from a week ago, Oscar Bauman (17:42) and Eric Dolezal (17:54) were second and third overall.
Mueller placed eighth overall in the same time she ran last week, 19:56. Casey Ehrman was the second female finisher in 20:36 for 12th overall.
There were 96 finishers in the race.
Next in the CCRC Summer Series is back-to-back 3-mile challenging runs at Leverich Park. Both are scheduled for 7 p.m., the first on Wednesday, and the second on Aug. 16. (Check CCRC on Facebook in case of heat cancellation.)
For more information, visit clarkcountyrunningclub.org.
Other upcoming runs
• Race for the Homeless, a 5K and 10K event is 8 a.m. on Saturday starting and finishing at the O.O. Howard House on Fort Vancouver Way. Day of race registration is $20. A kid fun run and festival are free. More details at https://newheights.org/race/#details.
• Cosmo All Women’s Race Series 7K run/walk is Aug. 12 in downtown Vancouver. Entry fee is $50 until Aug. 10 and $60 on Aug. 11 and 12. The run/walk begins at 10 a.m. at the Vancouver Landing Amphitheater, 100 Columbia Street. More details at http://cosmo7k.com/cities/vancouver-wa.
Still time to sign up for 3-on-3 tournament
Hoops 360 3-on-3 is Aug. 18-20 at Marshall Park in Vancouver and there’s still time to register a team.
Fees are $120 a team with three games guaranteed. Deadline to register is Aug. 10.
Registration is open for teams in grades 3-8, high school boys and girls, adult co-ed recreational, adult elite, and community heroes (active/reserve military personnel, veterans, police, fire and first responder personnel).
There will also be a Friday Night kid’s basketball camp as well as a block party with local food and live music.
For more information or to register, visit https://basketball.exposureevents.com/87547/hoops-360-3on3-presented-by-shoot-360.
Multi-Sport Festival set for Aug. 18-20
Ready for a summer challenge? Be a part of the Triathlon & Multi-Sport Festival Aug 18-20 at Frenchman’s Bar Park in Vancouver.
This event features sprint and Olympic distance triathlon, duathlon and AquaBike, Girlfriends All Womens triathlon/duathlon/AquaBike, 5K and 10K runs, and a kids triathlon.
Entry fees until Aug. 16 range from $45-105 depending on events. Fees increase $5 on Aug. 17.
For more information or to register call 360-574-7292 or visit online at http://whyracingevents.com/event/931/#loaded.
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