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In the Community: Summer running series returns

By Columbian staff
Published: June 14, 2021, 9:30pm

The Clark County Running Club’s popular summer series returned on May 26 and is up to its fourth race of 14 scheduled events.

The next run is 6:30 p.m. Wednesday (June 16) on the Salmon Creek Trail, starting by the ballfields just past Klineline. There is a 3- and 5-mile course.

There will be a group start for COVID-19 vaccinated participants. The CCRC website states that non-vaccinated runners can start with the group if facemasks are worn, and can come off once the running starts.

All races have a virtual option as well. Runners are asked to finish within a week of the race date and email their time to raceresults@comcast.net.

All runners must sign a waiver before participating.

Runs are free for CCRC members, or $2 for non-members, and happen every Wednesday through Aug. 25. The complete schedule is available online at clarkcountyrunningclub.org.

CCRC memberships are $10 a year for individuals or $20 family.

Vancouver Victory soccer plays to tie

Vancouver Victory men’s soccer team played to a 1-1 tie against Tacoma Narrows in an Evergreen Premier League match on Sunday at Harmony Sports Complex in Vancouver.

Levan Zhividze, an Evergreen High School grad scored on a penalty kick in the 49th minute for his second goal of the season. Dylan DeBaldo, a Skyview High grad, made seven saves in goal.

Tacoma leveled the match with a goal in the 88th minute.

The Victory (1-1-1) plays its final home match of the six-week regular season at 2 p.m. Saturday (June 19) against Yakima United (2-1-0). Admission is $5 for adults, and kids 12-under are admitted free.

Vancouver plays its last two matches on the road, June 26 against Oly Town Artesians at Black Hills High School in Olympia, and then a rematch with Tacoma on July 10 at SERA Complex in Tacoma. Playoffs begin July 16-17.

More information can be found on the Victory’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/VancouverVictoryFC

Vancouver Victory women start 2-0

Following up on their 1-0 road win over Chehalem Valley, the Vancouver Victory women’s soccer team opened at home on June 12 with a 3-1 defeat of Yakima United.

Vancouver (2-0-0) had goals by Maya Davis, assisted by Mountain View High grad Olivia Fothergill; Hudson’s Bay grad Paige German, assisted by Rachel Anderson; and a penalty kick conversion by Lulu Sadler.

The Victory’s next two matches are on the road at Yakima on Saturday, and at Blackhills FC in Olympia the following week before hosting Chehalem Valley at 3 p.m. July 17 at Harmony Sports Complex.

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