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College Notebook: Phelps, Burbank run at WCC meet

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Two runners from Clark County played a role at the West Coast Conference cross country championships on Nov. 1 in Van Nuys, Calif.

Emily Phelps, a freshman from Fort Vancouver, placed 44th out of 91 runners. She was the seventh-fastest runner for Gonzaga, which finished fourth in the team race.

Ellen Burbank, a sophomore from Skyview, was 53rd overall and the fourth fastest runner from Saint Mary’s.

Women’s basketball

Beyonce Bea, a freshman from Washougal, logged a team-high 33 minutes in Idaho’s 62-47 loss to Oklahoma State on Nov. 5. She scored seven points and had a team-high 10 rebounds.

Men’s basketball

Trevor Jasinsky, a senior from Camas, scored a team-high 19 points in Western Washington’s 87-61 exhibition loss to the University of Washington on Oct. 31. Jasinsky, one of just 26 players in program history to reach 1,000 points, was named preseason player of the year in the Division-II Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

Women’s soccer

Alyssa Tomasini, a junior from Camas, had two goals and an assist in Western Oregon’s 3-1 win over Simon Fraser on Oct. 31. The forward has a team-high seven goals and seven assists for the Wolves (9-5-3).

Kaili Brundage, a senior from Prairie, scored her fourth goal of the season in Western Oregon’s 1-0 win over Saint Martin’s on Oct. 26. The midfielder has started 15 games this season.

Volleyball

Brooke Van Sickle, a junior from Battle Ground, had 12 kills and 11 digs in Hawaii’s four-set win over Cal Poly. The Rainbow Warriors are 20-3 and ranked No. 21 in the nation.

Women’s swimming

Sydney Nakagawa, a sophomore from Vancouver, was named Southern California Interscholastic Athletic Conference swimmer of the week on Nov. 4. The University of Redlands swimmer won the 100 yard backstroke and placed second in the 50 free during Redlands’ victory of Concordia (Irvine).

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