Tuesday, June 28, 2022
June 28, 2022

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Prep highlights: Stephens hat trick lifts Hockinson soccer


Rayelle Stephens scored a hat trick as Hockinson girls soccer held off Washougal 4-3 for a 2A Greater. St. Helens League win.

Stephens scored twice in the first half with each assisted by Grace Abbott.

Washougal stayed close behind Lauren Rabus, who had two goals and an assist. Jamie Maas also had a goal and assist, but the Panthers could never pull even after falling behind 2-0.

Hockinson (3-3, 3-1) stayed tied with Columbia River for second in the 2A GSHL. Washougal fell to 4-2, 2-2.

Stars of the day

  • Joseph Blanshan, La Center boys cross country, ran 15:31 over 5K to win a five-team Trico League meet at Castle Rock.
  • Alexis Leone, Seton Catholic girls cross country, ran 18:28 over 5K to win a Trico League meet at Castle Rock.
  • Avery Siegel and Ivy Henderson, Columbia River girls soccer, Siegel scored a first-half goal and Henderson added an insurance goal in a 2-1 win over R.A. Long.
  • Allen Kim, Skyview boys golf, shot a 1-over-par 38 at Tri-Mountain for medalist honors as the Storm won the duel 162-180.
  • Hunter Davenport, King’s Way Christian boys golf, shot 3-over 40 at Tri-Mountain to lead the Knights past Seton Catholic.
  • Emily Paul, Ridgefield volleyball, had a team-high 20 kills as the Spudders swept Mark Morris and improved to 6-0.
  • Ella Schoene, La Center volleyball, had 11 kills and 6 aces as the Wildcats swept Eatonville.
  • Marisol Armenta and Audrey Dizon, Mountain View girls soccer, each had a goal and an assist in a 7-0 win over Heritage.
  • Lauren Dreves, Columbia River volleyball, had 15 kills in a sweep of Hudson’s Bay.

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