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High school scoreboard, results from Sept. 21

The Columbian
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Updated: September 22, 2022, 4:41pm

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

FOOTBALL

Ridgefield vs. Hudson’s Bay, 7 p.m. at Kiggins Bowl

Washington School for the Deaf at Northwest Christian-Lacey, 6 p.m.

VOLLEYBALL

Battle Ground at Prairie, 7 p.m.

Evergreen at Union, 7 p.m.

Skyview at Mountain View, 7 p.m.

Columbia River at R.A. Long, 7 p.m.

Fort Vancouver at Washougal, 7 p.m.

Hudson’s Bay at Hockinson, 7 p.m.

Woodland at Ridgefield, 7 p.m.

Castle Rock at Montesano, 7 p.m.

Heritage at La Center, 7 p.m.

Tenino at Columbia-White Salmon, 7 p.m.

Stevenson at Elma, 7 p.m.

Kalama at Toutle Lake, 7 p.m.

Firm Foundation at Pe Ell, 6 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

Battle Ground at Union, 7 p.m.

Camas at Skyview, 7 p.m.

Prairie at Heritage, 7 p.m.

Mountain View at Kelso, 7 p.m.

Columbia River at Hockinson, 7 p.m.

Ridgefield at Hudson’s Bay, 7 p.m.

Woodland at Mark Morris, 7 p.m.

Washougal at R.A. Long, 6 p.m.

Columbia-White Salmon at Stevenson, 5 p.m.

Fort Vancouver at La Center, 7 p.m.

Castle Rock at King’s Way Christian, 7 p.m.

BOYS GOLF

Evergreen vs. Mountain View, 3 p.m. at Fairway Village

Heritage vs. Prairie, 3:30 p.m. at Tri-Mountain

Fort Vancouver, Hudson’s Bay vs. R.A. Long, 3:30 p.m. at Mint Valley

Woodland vs. Columbia River, 3:30 p.m. at Tri-Mountain

SLOWPITCH SOFTBALL

Washougal at Evergreen, DH, 4 p.m.

Heritage at Hudson’s Bay, DH, 4 p.m.

Union at R.A. Long, DH, 4 p.m.

Skyview at Columbia River, DH, 4 p.m.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

COLUMBIA RIVER 15, HOCKINSON 50, FORT VANCOUVER, Inc.

At Vancouver Lake Park, 5,000 Meters

COLUMBIA RIVER — 1, Neftali Menendez 16:35.47; 2, Jacob McManus 17:18.81; 3, Kohl Ripplinger 17:30.81; 5, Eli Wenger 17:37.49; 6, Preston Graham 18:23.96.

HOCKINSON — 11, Braden Roth 19:01.39; 12, Gabriel Royce 19:02.33; 15, Owen MacDonald 20:25.93; 18, Liam DeViney 21:00.58; 27, Isaiah Tsikayi 22:36.26.

FORT VANCOUVER — 4, Brody Will 17:33.23; 8, Dylon Biesemeyer 18:45.31; 22, Victor Ramos 21:40.19; 33, Kevlar Wood 23:32.06.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

COLUMBIA RIVER 30, FORT VANCOUVER 41, HOCKINSON 50

At Vancouver Lake Park, 5,000 Meters

COLUMBIA RIVER — 1, Hanna Bailey 20:14.27; 3, Hanna Tran 20:53.94; 6, Mae Otoupal 21:11.94; 8, Ainsley Morrisey 21:30.02; 12, Savannah Reynolds 23:49.02.

FORT VANCOUVER — 4, Sarah Gardner 21:05.97; 5, Dani Buttrell 21:09.27; 7, Molly Malone 21:20.37; 11, Pamela Melchor-Burgos 23:06.60; 14, Heidi Williams 23:53.04.

HOCKINSON — 2, Lyla Taylor 20:29.64; 9, Scarlett Sanders 23:04.11; 10, Lily Ritton 23:05.73; 13, Sofia Solari 23:50.42; 16, Kaydie Boettcher 24:44.39.

GIRLS SWIMMING

AT CASCADE ATHLETIC

Dual meet team scores — Union 127, Prairie 33; Mountain View 105, Prairie 50; Prairie 96, Heritage 12; Prairie 102, Evergreen 2; Union 121, Battle Ground 39; Mountain View 104, Battle Ground 51; Battle Ground 89, Heritage 12; Battle Ground 95, Evergreen 2.

200 medley relay — 1, Mountain View (Lorena McCarty, Aubrey Horner, Madison Wick, Audrey Pentz) 2:01.65; 2, Union (Alexia Bravo, Jean Lin, Kylie Mitcheltree, Nicole Adams) 2:01.68.

200 freestyle — 1, Aubrey Homer (MV) 2:12.01; 2, Nicole Admas (U) 2:13.28.

200 individual medley — 1, Joanne Lin (U) 2:33.57; 2, Lorena McCarty (MV) 2:45.97.

50 freestyle — 1, Alexia Bravo (U) 28.78; 2, Lily Cooper (BG) 29.28.

100 butterfly — 1, Madison Wick (MV) 1:07.11; 2, Nina Uchtmann (BG) 1:08.34.

100 freestyle — 1, Nicole Adams 58.25; 2, Audrey Pentz (MV) 1:01.20.

500 freestyle — 1, Madison Wick (MV) 5:57.52; 2, Alexia Bravo (U) 5:59.38.

200 free relay — 1, Mountain View (Aubrey Homer, Lorena McCarty, Madison Wick, Audrey Pentz) 1:51.15; 2, Union (Andrea Chang, Joanne Lin, Kylie Mitcheltree, Christine Chang) 1:59.13.

100 backstroke — 1, Nina Uchtmann (BG) 1:07.47; 2, Jean Lin (U) 1:09.98.

100 breaststroke — 1, Aubrey Homer (MV) 1:10.78; 2, Camille McClafferty (U) 1:15.03.

400 free relay — 1, Union (Nicole Adams, Jean Lin, Andrea Chang, Camille McClafferty) 4:16.53; 2, Mountain View (Addison Demaray, MK Knox, Avery Yamamura, Audrey Shillinger) 4:50.64.

AT MARK MORRIS

Dual meet team scores — Washougal 64, R.A. Long 34; Mark Morris 104, Washougal 42; R.A. Long 53, La Center 12; Mark Morris 119, La Center 8; R.A. Long 58, King’s Way Christian 7; Mark Morris 123, King’s Way Christian 4; Washougal 63, Kalama 10; Kalama 12, La Center 10; King’s Way Christian 12, Kalama 12; Hockinson 60, R.A. Long 45; Mark Morris 91, Hockinson 56; Hockinson 61, Kalama 12; Camas 137, R.A. Long 18; Camas 136, Mark Morris 34; Camas 136, Kalama 6.

200 medley relay — 1, Camas A (Karli Kiesenhofer, Campbell Deringer, Lila McGeachy, Sophia Wade) 2:00.62; 2, Camas B (Issie Dean, Zoe Dougher, An Bui, Zoe Chapin) 2:08.57.

200 freestyle — 1, Paige Dangleis (H) 2:11.45; 2, Genova Michaelson (C) 2:18.60.

200 individual medley — 1, Jaimie Choi (C) 2:38.0; 2, Emily Parker (C) 2:38.36.

100 IM — 1, Campbell Deringer (C) 1:06.35; 2, Sophia Wade (C) 1:11.54.

50 freestyle — 1, Zoe Chapin (C) 28.15; 2, Sydney King (C) 29.71.

100 butterfly — 1, Lila McGeachy (C) 1:06.07; 2, Paige Dangleis (H) 1:09.97.

100 freestyle — 1, Zoe Chapin (C) 1:01.71; 2, An Bui (C) 1:03.81.

500 freestyle — 1, Sophia Wade (C) 6:23.51; 2, Emily Larzalere (W) 6:25.56.

200 free relay — 1, Camas A (Campbell Deringer, Sydney King, Zoe Chapin, Sophia Wade) 1:51.46; 2, Camas B (Genova Michaelson, Grace Duffey, Katrina Le, Lila McGeachy) 1:57.33.

100 backstroke — 1, Genova Michaelson (C) 1:11.27; 2, Amy Lewis (C) 1:13.61.

100 breaststroke — 1, Campbell Deringer (C) 1:10.79; 2, Heather Wu (C) 1:20.91.

400 free relay — 1, Camas A (Amy Lewis, Grace Duffey, Jaimie Choi, Genova Michaelson) 4:18.28; 2, Camas B (Katrina Le, Karli Kiesenhofer, Heather Wu, Kennedy Phelan) 4:20.60.

BOYS TENNIS

CAMAS 5, UNION 1

Singles — Aiden Braiser (C) def. Rohan Thwani 6-2, 6-0; Ishan Mehta (C) def. Jacob Lee 6-4, 6-1; Leo Zhao (C) def. Trevor Onions 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles — Nathan Chen/Austin Shin (C) def. Alex Lin/Pavan Chiganti 6-7 (4), 6-4, 6-3; Eric Lee/Abhay Kadambi (U) def. Tristenh Teso/Adith Srikanth 6-2, 6-2; Ivan Wu/Kyle Wen (C) def. Alejandro Huerta/Santiago Miranda 6-3, 6-3.

COLUMBIA RIVER 6, HUDSON’S BAY 0

Singles — Lucas Walburn (CR) def. Tanner Koford 6-0, 6-0; Nate Sheron (CR) def. Sam Perlik 7-5, 6-0; Ixiz Chu (CR) def. Shay Bradley 6-1, 6-2.

Doubles — Fuller Beyer/Trent Sarvela (CR) def. Nolan Fucciolo/Sebastian Maher 6-0, 6-1; Nate Little/Miles Mashek (CR) def. Braden Thacker/Hudson Wright 6-1, 6-0; Columbia River wins No. 3 by forfeit.

WASHOUGAL 3, MARK MORRIS 3

(Washougal wins on sets tiebreaker)

Singles — Tucker Kneipp (W) def. Vincent Flint 6-0, 6-1; Coleton Weiss (MM) def. Benjamin Stephenson 2-6, 6-3, 6-1; Evan Vincent (W) def. James Forward 6-2, 6-1.

Doubles — Evan Elliott/Austin Mattern (W) def. Marco St. Martin/Austin Lomax 3-6, 6-4, 6-4; Kenji London/Anthony Roseman (MM) def. Kael Krabbenhoft/ Dylan Ledbetter 6-4, 4-6, 7-5; Ramzi Prewitt/Cole Larochelle (MM) def. Layne Livengood/Luke Livengood 5-7, 6-3, 10-5.

EVERGREEN 5, PRAIRIE 1

Singles — Trevin Livingston (E) def. Micah Nelson 6-2, 6-2; William Goth (E) def. Alec Laughter 6-2, 6-0; Shuvan Dasgupta (E) def. Noah Alfter 6-0, 6-2.

Doubles — James Marjama/Nate Merritt (P) def. Julius Kozisek/Jason Pham 6-7, 6-0, 6-3; Zane Cunningham/Thomas Cunningham (E) def. Nathan Bernardino/Jahlen Miller 7-6, 6-2; Jaret Johnson/Logan Volk (E) def. Brayden Peterson/Beckett Ince 6-3, 6-3.

BOYS GOLF

UNION 166, BATTLE GROUND 198

At par-36 Camas Meadows

UNION — Mason Bluestein 40, Paxton Heitsch 40, Laredo Maldonado 41, Ty Sutton 45, Ty Rushing 47.

BATTLE GROUND — Ty Robertson 46, Russell Brown 49, Jackson Hotchkiss 50, Conner Fisher 53, Kaden Copeland 54.

RIDGEFIELD 171, WASHOUGAL 174

At par-37 Tri-Mountain

RIDGEFIELD — Parker Daniels 38, Jack Brown 41, Tyler Whitmore 45, Lucas Wikstrom 47, Max Daniels 48, Drew Krsul 51.

WASHOUGAL — Mason Acker 42, Keagen Payne 43, Mather Minnis 44, Trenton Maddox 45, Brayden Kassel 46, Will Love 50.

CAMAS 149, SKYVIEW 179

At par-36 Camas Meadows

CAMAS — Eli Huntington 31, Andre Kosaki 38, Evan Chen 39, Ryan Wang 41.

SKYVIEW — Caleb Anderson 44, Braden Reece 45, Parker Morris 45, Oliver Heck 45.

FOOTBALL

WASHINGTON POLL

(1st-place votes in parentheses)

Class 4A

Record Pts

  1. Lake Stevens (6) 2-1 78

  2. Glacier Peak (2) 3-0 70

  3. Puyallup 3-0 63

  4. Gonzaga Prep 2-1 53

  5. Richland 3-0 40

  6. Emerald Ridge 2-1 30

  7. Chiawana 3-0 26

  8. Kennedy Catholic 2-1 24

  9. Sumner 2-1 21

10. Graham-Kapowsin 2-1 15

Others receiving 6 or more points: Eastlake 12.

Class 3A

Record Pts

  1. Yelm (9) 3-0 90

  2. O’Dea 3-0 75

  3. Eastside Catholic 3-0 68

  4. Bellevue 1-2 55

  5. Lincoln (Tacoma) 3-0 51

  6. Kennewick 3-0 50

  7. Garfield 3-0 42

  8. Lakes 2-0 19

  9. Stanwood 3-0 18

10. Monroe 3-0 14

Class 2A

Record Pts

  1. Lynden (9) 3-0 90

  2. Tumwater 3-0 81

  3. Prosser 3-0 62

  4. North Kitsap 2-1 60

  5. Enumclaw 3-0 57

  6. Sedro-Woolley 3-0 44

  7. W. F. West 2-1 34

  8. Anacortes 3-0 33

  9. Othello 2-1 15

10. Fife 3-0 7

Class 1A

Record Pts

  1. Royal (7) 3-0 88

  2. Eatonville (2) 3-0 83

  3. Lakeside (9 Mile Falls) 3-0 63

  4. Nooksack Valley 3-0 58

  5. Tenino 3-0 55

  6. Toppenish 2-1 35

  7. Lynden Christian 3-0 34

  8. King’s 2-1 29

  9. Freeman 2-1 21

10. La Center 2-1 13

Class 2B

Record Pts

  1. Napavine (8) 3-0 80

  2. Okanogan 3-0 72

  3. Liberty (Spangle) 3-0 60

  4. Adna 2-1 51

  5. Lind-Ritzville Sprague 2-1 35

  6. Raymond 3-0 29

  7. Davenport 3-0 28

  8. River View 3-0 19

  9. Goldendale-Klickitat 2-1 15

(tie) Morton-White Pass 3-0 15

Others receiving 6 or more points: Chewelah (Jenkins) 10, Columbia (Burbank) 9, Forks 7.

Class 1B

Record Pts

  1. Odessa (6) 2-0 78

  2. Neah Bay (1) 3-0 71

  3. DeSales (1) 3-0 53

  4. Wilbur-Creston 2-1 47

  5. Mossyrock 3-0 26

Others receiving 6 or more points: Naselle 18, Liberty Christian 15.

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