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Thursday, November 30, 2023
Nov. 30, 2023

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Prep highlights: Mountain View players, team sweep up 3A district tennis titles


Mountain View tennis players swept the titles at the 3A district tournament on Saturday at Club Green Meadows.

Kevin Kim defeated Evergreen’s Trevin Livington 6-3, 6-2 for the singles title. Kim won all three of his matches in straight sets.

In the all-Mountain View doubles final, Maverick Hallett and Alex Alanis defeated Jeffrey Tso and CJ Muraski 6-0, 6-2. Hallett and Alanis got through with three straight-set wins.

The Thunder racked up 35 points to win the team title in a rout.

The top three placers advance to the 3A bi-district tournament next week.

Evergreen’s William Goth captured the No. 3 singles berth with a hard-fought 5-7, 6-1, 6-4 win over Mountain View’s Eduardo Gonzalez. Mountain View’s doubles team of Lucas Gillespie and Austin Wick also placed third.

Stars of the day

  • Andie Buckley, Columbia River girls soccer, had two goals and an assist in the Rapids’ 4-0 win over Woodland to stay in first place in the 2A Greater St. Helens League.
  • Anna Chaffee, Washougal girls soccer, scored the Panthers first two goals, one on a penalty kick, in Washougal’s 4-0 win over Hudson’s Bay.
  • Bailey Trahan, Skyview girls swimming, won the 200 freestyle (2:05.02), 100 backstroke (1:05.28) and was on the Storm’s 400 free relay team that finished second just 0.12 seconds behind Camas at the Southwest Washington Invitational in Longview.
  • Madison Wick, Mountain View girls swimming, won the 50 free (25.85), 100 free (56.23) and was on the 200 medley and 200 free relay teams that finished second to Camas in both races at the Southwest Washington Invitational.

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