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Oct. 3, 2022

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Community notebook: Local girls soccer team wins Oregon title


The Clark County-based Pacific FC 01 Blue U18 girls soccer team won the Oregon State Presidents Cup on Sunday at Tualatin, Ore.

Pacific FC beat Westside Timbers 01G Copa TS 2-0 in the championship match.

In bracket play on Saturday Pacific FC beat the Westside Timbers 6-0 and the Oregon Premier FC 01G White 3-2.

The championship qualifies Pacific FC for the 2019 US Youth Soccer Far West Presidents Cup, June 11-16 in Norco, Calif.

Members of the team include: Grace Adams, Madison Antell, Kelsey Bern, Jordan Frei, Addy Friesen, Braeden Glaser, Jolie Gullickson, Macey Hall, Abbi Harris, Adamaris Jimenez, Faith Livsey, Amanda McShea, Anna Neal, Katie Nelson, Hannah Paris, Alex Schulz, Emily Shergill, Jasmine Shigeno, Kennedy Smith, Milly Suarez.

Head coach is Dave Adams and assistant coach is Ryan Glaser.

King’s Way wins middle school golf title

Gracie Harlow and Aubrey Olinger were the low twosome with a 44 as King’s Way Christian won the Greater Vancouver Middle School Golf Championship on Monday at Lewis River.

The event was a nine-hole, two-player select shot format. The best two scores counted for the team score.

King’s Way had 98, followed by La Center (102), Woodland (106) and Kalama (112).

La Center’s team of Tyler Shuler and Kacey Rolph, and the La Center team of Sabrina Joner and Raegan Boyse tied for second. Both teams had 51.

Woodland’s Kara Conditt and Khloe Rist were fourth with 52.

VTC hosting college tournament

Tennis on Campus Alumni Cup Tournament comes to Vancouver Tennis Center on Friday and Saturday.

The Pacific Northwest is home to 15 of the 700 Tennis on Campus clubs nationally. They play using the World Team Tennis format, which includes no-ad sets, nine-point tiebreakers when necessary, and playing “lets” on serves.

All area Northwest colleges and universities, regardless of size, compete together in the event. Washington, Oregon, Western Washington, and Seattle University are the longest tenured teams, having played since 2003.

CCRC schedules its May running events

The Clark County Running Club is set for four Wednesday events in May open to members and non-members. Each event begins at 6:30 p.m.

• May 1 is the Round Lake 3.25-mile run.

• May 7 is the Washougal Dike Run, which is 3 and 5 miles. Of note, this run is on a Tuesday.

• May 15 is the Leroy Haagen Run, which is 1.5, 3 and 4.5 miles.

• May 22 is the Pacific Park Runs, 1.4-mile laps and as many as you want.

For more information on these and other events, visit

Registration open for summer sports camps

QuickStart Sports, in cooperation with local school districts, is offering sports camps over summer break.

Running from late June to early August, camps typically last four days. They are offered in the Battle Ground, Evergreen, Hockinson and Washougal school districts. Ages range from kindergarten to sixth grade.

The sports range from camps specific to basketball, flag football, baseball/softball and soccer to multi-sport camps.

For more information or to register, go online to

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