First-half goals by Autumn McMahon, Lilah Favour and Emma Cox led to the Mountain View Thunder knocking off first-place Prairie, 3-0, in a battle of 3A Greater St. Helens League girls soccer’s top teams Wednesday at McKenzie Stadium.
The loss snaps the Falcons’ five-game winning streak in league play to fall to 6-5-1 overall (5-1-0 3A GSHL). Mountain View improves to 8-3-2 overall (5-1-1 league).
Jessie Selby had four saves in goal to preserve her fourth consecutive shutout.
Bringhurst, Ridgefield win 2A GSHL golf title
Ridgefield freshman Cade Bringhurst shot a 3-over 73 to capture the individual title by three shots at the 2A Greater St. Helens League boys golf championships Thursday at Orchard Hills Golf Club in Washougal.
Bringhurst’s title, in addition to top-10 finishes from Kellen Bringhurst (tied for third, 81) and Caden Whitsitt (tied for sixth, 85), helped the Spudders claim the team title with 116 points, besting co-runners up Columbia River and R.A. Long (107.5 points). Kyle Gomez was the Chieftains’ top finisher (tied for third, 81).
All golfers from the 2A GSHL championships advance to the District IV championships Oct. 17-18 at Riverside Golf Club in Chehalis.
Stars of the day
• August Albers, Cedar Tree Classical boys cross country, won a five-team meet in 17 minutes, 23 seconds at Lewisville Park.
• Kiani Pandoliano, Union girls soccer, had a goal and an assist in the Titans’ 2-1 victory over Skyview to move into second place in the 4A GSHL standings.
• Lainne Wilkins, Prairie volleyball, dished out 40 assists, and also had five digs and two kills in the first-place Falcons’ sweep of Fort Vancouver.
• Alexis Alexander, Heritage girls soccer, scored both goals to give the Timberwolves their first win of the season in a 2-0 shutout of Battle Ground.
• Kylie Wilson, Evergreen soccer, had three goals and one assists in a 9-0 win over Fort.