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Community sports scoreboard, June 10

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GOLF

HOLES-IN-ONE

At Pine Crest Golf Course

June 4

Tom Brigham made a hole-in-one on the 77-yard No. 1 hole with a 9-iron. It was his first ace in 2 years of golf and witnessed by Don Richardson.

June 9

Allen Hendy made a hole-in-one on the 81-yard No. 2 hole with a 54-degree wedge. It was his first ace in 25 years of golf. Witnessed by Chase Hendy and Emily Dieter.

RUNNING

CLARK COUNTY RUNNING CLUB

CCRC Summer Series: David Douglas 5K No. 2

June 5

1, Jesse McChesney, 31, Vancouver, 17:19. 2, Branden Chou, 15, 19:00. 3, Bill Dolan, 38, Washougal, 19:07. 4, Willy Sayers, 39, Vancouver, 19:22. 5, Gary Daubenspeck, 51, Hood River, 19:37. 6, Alan Roy, 25, Vancouver, 19:42. 7, Kenneth Davis, 32, Vancouver, 19:47. 8, Brandon Reyes, 23, 19:56. 9, Shaun Martin, 39, 19:56. 10, Patrick Kelly, 49, Vancouver, 20:05.

11, Roselynn Martin, 16, 20:13. 12, Eugenio Vidales, 59, Vancouver, 20:18. 13, Gianni Harrington, 15, 21:03. 14, Eric Dolezal, 37, Vancouver, 21:10. 15, Jere Dietz, 28, 21:10. 16, Daniel Obeventer, 38, Ridgefield, 21:49. 17, Kevin Bergstrom, 22, Vancouver, 23:02. 18, Ken Stickney, 66, Vancouver, 23:07. 19, Robert Roper, 43, Vancouver, 23:09. 20, Michaela Bruns, 22, Vancouver, 23:23.

21, Silvia Reyes, 45, Vancouver, 23:31. 22, Sean Oneal, 38, 23:45. 23, Pam McKinney, 50, Vancouver, 23:56. 24, Gavin Melina, 15, 24:08. 25, Fevet Ibrahian, 14, 24:14. 26, Claire Rogge, 11, Vancouver, 24:30. 27, Mark Staub, 63, Vancouver, 24:41. 28, Eugenio Vidales Jr, 18, Vancouver, 24:45. 29, Madeleine Sellers, 60, Stevenson, 24:46. 30, Dave Soelberg, 50, Vancouver, 25:00.

31, Russ Zornick, 62, Vancouver, 25:01. 32, John Stirniman, 62, Vancouver, 25:03. 33, Bob Hagan, 65, Stevenson, 25:10. 34, Juan Picho, 57, Vancouver, 25:19. 35, Mats Johansson, 64, Vancouver, 25:30. 36, Tiffany Chou, 48, Vancouver, 25:46. 37, Mike McKinney, 50, Vancouver, 26:16. 38, Madeleine Willard Heir, 15, 26:21. 39, Sam Matthews, 35, Vancouver, 26:35. 40, Erl Galatz, 45, 26:43.

41, Joe Kregal, 74, Portland, 26:47. 42, Annie Christie, 43, 26:47. 43, John Phillips, 65, Vancouver, 27:05. 44, Lou Diaz, 62, Vancouver, 27:10. 45, John Swatosh, 61, 27:16. 46, Kevin Wolfe, 53, Vancouver, 27:22. 47, Holly Kotsovos, 41, Vancouver, 27:36. 48, Ralph Martinez, 69, Vancouver, 28:23. 49, Dennis Pingree, 67, 28:46. 50, Joe Rowley, 65, Troutdale, 29:55.

51, Ken Andrews, 64, Vancouver, 30:00. 52, Tom Harris, 73, Vancouver, 30:10. 53, Kevin Edwards, 62, Vancouver, 31:05. 54, Emma Green, 49, 31:17. 55, Ellie Mcfadden, 13, Camas, 31:20. 56, Heather Mcfadden, 45, Camas, 31:21. 57, Merill Creagh, 66, 31:44. 58, Odene Turner, 60, Vancouver, 31:49. 59, Rob Nelly, 61, Vancouver, 32:00. 60, Charlonda Fielder, 32, Camas, 32:25.

61, Teresa Phimister, 64, Vancouver, 33:40. 62, Kris Krohn, 63, Vancouver, 33:40. 63, Blake Kellams, 27, 33:55. 64, Michael Bruns, 55, Vancouver, 33:58. 65, Pam Mueller, 60, Vancouver, 34:56. 66, Mark Fleming, 55, 35:09. 67, Lourdes Zakrzewski, 56, Vancouver, 36:00. 68, Charlene Bluth, 51, Vancouver, 36:11. 69, Rick Gances, 52, 37:00. 70, Dan Riley, 67, Vancouver, 37:45.

71, Alissa Fleming, 27, Vancouver, 38:00. 72, Mckenzie Fleming, 24, Vancouver, 38:00. 73, Shawn Mandrones, 42, Vancouver, 38:02. 74, Jenny Deacon Nelly, 61, Vancouver, 39:18. 75, Malinda Lefave, 60, 44:24. 76, Sarah Abernathy, 67, Vancouver, 44:34. 77, Connie Vowells, 67, 44:34. 78, Sandy Riley, 64, Vancouver, 48:29. 79, Clinton Cotton, 33, 50:00. 80, Bryan Chapman, 67, Woodland, 52:06. 81, Daniel Harris, 36, Vancouver, 58:02.

SOCCER

EVERGREEN PREMIER LEAGUE

RAINIER CONFERENCE

W L T Pts GF GA

PacNW 3 0 1 10 16 5

Oly-Pen 3 1 1 10 13 11

Washington 2 2 0 6 9 6

Spokane 1 0 2 5 3 2

Vancouver 0 4 1 1 6 17

CASCADE CONFERENCE

W L T Pts GF GA

Bellingham 4 0 2 14 12 7

Seattle 3 2 1 10 10 12

Yakima 1 3 1 4 12 13

Oly Town 1 4 0 3 8 11

Tri-Cities 0 2 3 3 5 11

Vancouver Victory upcoming schedule

June 16 — at Bellingham, 3 p.m.

June 22 — at Oly-Pen, 3 p.m.

June 30 — vs. Washington, 5 p.m. at Harmony Sports Complex

July 6 — at Spokane, TBD

July 13 — at Washington. 5 p.m.

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