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In the Community: Hazel Dell major all-stars reach state semifinal

Camas to play loser-out game Tuesday

The Columbian

The Hazel Dell Little League major baseball all-stars advanced to the state tournament semifinal with a 12-0 win over Liberty Lake on Sunday at Hartman Park in Redmond.

Hazel Dell, the District 6 champion, will play Eastlake at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the double-elimination tournament for ages 10-12. Hazel Dell opened the tournament with a 6-2 win over Walla Walla on Saturday.

The Camas Little League all-stars, champions of District 4, beat Anacortes 14-4 in its first game on Saturday, and then lost to Richland National 7-2 on Sunday. Camas will play in a loser-out game against Chehalis at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

The winner of the state tournament moves on to the Pacific Northwest Region at San Bernardino, Calif., in August for a chance to go to the Little League World Series at Williamsport, Pa. The World Series, like all youth ball tournaments, was canceled last year due to the pandemic.

In other tournament involving Clark County all-star teams:

MAJOR SOFTBALL — District 4 champion Camas went 1-2 at the state tournament, and District 6 champion and tournament host Ridgefield went 0-2.

8-10 BASEBALL — The Salmon Creek all-stars won the District 6 title with a 5-1 win over Glenwood last week. Camas won the District 4 title 12-0 over Cascade. Salmon Creek and Camas advance to state beginning Saturday at Fort Borst Park in Centralia.

8-10 SOFTBALL — Lewis River eliminated Camas 16-6 in a loser-out game at state, and then lost its next game to finish 1-2 in games played at Snider Park in Poulsbo.

9-11 BASEBALL — Cascade Little League won the District 4 tournament by beating Camas 12-7 in the final game. Salmon Creek won the District 6 title by beating Glenwood. Both district champions advance to state beginning Saturday at Northshore Athletic Fields in Woodinville.

INTERMEDIATE BASEBALL — District 6 champion Ridgefield went 1-2 and was eliminated at the state tournament at Underwood Park in Des Moines.

JUNIOR BASEBALL — District 4 champion Evergreen lost its opening game of the state tournament at Lynnwood on Saturday, and faced a loser-out game on Monday. District 6 champion Hazel Dell lost twice and was eliminated.

JUNIOR SOFTBALL — District 4 champion Camas went 2-2 at the state tournament played at Columbia Little League, coming within a win of the final game twice. Camas lost to eventual champion Kirkland in the semifinal, and then lost to North Kitsap in the final elimination game. District 6 champ Battle Ground went 0-2.

Victory women’s soccer team play for league title

The Vancouver Victory women’s soccer team will be playing for a league title after a 4-0 win over Chehalem Valley on Saturday at Harmony Sports Complex.

The Victory received goals from Rachel Anderson (assisted by Mary Swisher), Makayla Raggow (assist to Eleanor Schmid), Paige German (from Raggow) and Chloe Harris unassisted. Isabell Bauer and Chantal Reyes shared time as goalkeepers for the shutout.

Vancouver (4-1-0) will host Blackhills (3-2) of Olympia at 3 p.m. this Saturday at Harmony for the Northwest Premier League title. Admission is $6 and kids 12 and under are admitted free.

The Vancouver Victory men’s team saw its season end Saturday in the Evergreen Premier League quarterfinals, losing to top-seed Bellingham 4-2. Arturo Bahena scored in the 22nd minute to tie the game at 1-1 but Bellingham scored the next three goals. Vancouver’s Karter Cook scored in stoppage time with an assist from Brandon Medino. The Victory went 1-3-3 in this abbreviated season.

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