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Prep Highlights: Camas soccer claims bi-district title in shootout

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The Camas girls soccer team prevailed over Curtis in a shootout to win the District 3-4 championship on Thursday in Olympia.

After regulation and overtime finished scoreless, Camas won the penalty-kick shootout 4-3. Keely Wieczorek stopped the final shot to clinch the victory.

Camas (16-1-2) did not allow a goal in three bi-district tournament matches.

The Papermakers, No. 2 in the state RPI rankings, will learn their first-round opponent in the state playoffs this weekend.

2A district tournament

TUMWATER 2, COLUMBIA RIVER 1 — The Thunderbirds scored late in regulation to win the district championship match on their home field.

Paige Johnson put Columbia River ahead in the 27th minute on a goal assisted by Andie Buckley.

Tumwater tied the match five minutes later. The winner came when Ava Jones scored off a rebound in stoppage time.

Both Tumwater (16-0-2) and Columbia River (15-3-2) are headed to state.

RIDGEFIELD 2, WASHOUGAL 0 — Claire Jones scored in the first half and Ellie Petersen added a second-half goal as the Spudders clinched a berth to state.

Ridgefield is set to face R.A. Long in a third-place match Saturday, but it’s uncertain if that will be played.

Makenzi Gehrke had 10 saves for Washougal, which faces Hockinson in a winner-to-state fifth-place match on Saturday.

R.A. LONG 2, HOCKINSON 0 — Audrey Zdunich and Kathryn Chapin scored first-half goals as the host Lumberjills punched their ticket to state.

Stars of the day

  • Lizzy Andrew, Ridgefield volleyball, had 19 kills and five blocks in a 3-0 win over Washougal.
  • Kendall Mairs, Camas volleyball, had five aces, six kills and nine digs in a 3-0 win over Battle Ground as the Papermakers finished 4A GSHL play undefeated.
  • Lauren Dreves, Columbia River volleyball, had 11 kills and 15 digs in a 3-0 win over Fort Vancouver as the Rapids went undefeated in 2A GSHL
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