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Prep highlights: Camas boys soccer going to 4A state after beating Olympia

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The Camas boys soccer team secured a late bid to the Class 4A state tournament with a 2-0 road win Friday against Olympia.

Kieran Halsinger scored a goal and assisted on a Kade Drake goal for the Papermakers, who won three bi-district games to reach state.

Seedings for the 16-team tournament will be announced Sunday.

Girls tennis

4A district — A freshman will be taking on a senior for the singles title at Vancouver Tennis Center.

No. 1 seed Hailey Kerker of Camas, a freshman, will play teammate and No. 2 seed Emma Loucks, a senior, after Loucks survived a three-set quarterfinal.

Loucks outlasted Fiona You of Camas 6-2, 5-7, 7-5, and then had an easier semifinal in beating Hana Yim of Union 6-3, 6-0. Kerker won both her matches, dropping just one game.

No. 1 doubles seed Taryn Kerker and Jace Moriki of Camas will play Ina Ding and Lana Saeparseuth of Union for the title.

The top three placers advance to bi-district next week.

3A district — Top seed Betty To of Evergreen won her only match to reach the semifinals. She will play No. 5 Kamaile Correa of Kelso for a spot in the final.

The other semifinal is an all Mountain View affair as No. 6 Jasmin Chu plays No. 2 Susan Hong.

2A sub-district — Emma Lungwitz of Columbia River will play Grace Game of Ridgefield in one singles semifinal, while Molly Romanchock of Hockinson will play Ari Dominiti of Columbia River in the other at Mark Morris High School.

Stars of the day

  • Mallory Vancleave, Ridgefield softball, went 4-for-4 with a double, five RBI and hit two of the Spudders’ five home runs in a 16-0 win over Columbia River.
  • Lilli Seale, Hockinson softball, hit a home run with two RBI and struck out eight Woodland batters in a complete game, 8-4 win for the Hawks.
  • Sophia Soto, Hudson’s Bay softball, pitched a six-inning shut out with eight strikeouts to down Washougal 14-0.
  • Macee Barnes and Teagan Blankenship, Columbia-White Salmon softball, combined for four hits, including two Barnes doubles, four runs and three RBI during a 10-0 win over King’s Way Christian.

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