Union’s quest of the 4A state championship in slowpitch softball fell short with a 21-0 loss to Chiawana of Pasco on Saturday in Yakima.
Bailey Gleich went 2 for 2 for the Titans, who were only able to manage seven singles off the Riverhawks.
Still the runner-up finish is the best for any Clark County program in a state tournament in slowpitch softball.
Columbia River took home the fourth-place trophy in the 3A/2A tournament by beating Evergreen 31-10.
The game was tied 10-10 going into the seventh inning when the Rapids poured on 21 runs in the inning.
Aurora Wiley was 5 for 6 with two home runs and eight RBI, Zaya Ehlers-Bakacs was 4 for 6 with two RBI, and Sydney Seibert-Wilder was 4 for 6 with a double, two triples and five RBI for River. Zoey Mikkelson was 3 for 3 with a double and RBI for Evergreen.
River would go on to fall to Walla Walla 31-8 in the third place game.
PUYALLUP 4, CAMAS 3 — Brooklyn Burns scored two goals for Camas, but it was not enough as the Papermakers lost a wild one at home in the 4A bi-district tournament.
Camas will face Graham Kapowsin on Tuesday in Sumner in a loser-out match. The Papermakers need to win two more games to reach the state tournament.
SKYVIEW 5, EMERALD RIDGE 2 — Dea Covarrubias scored two goals and Mya Ellertson added a goal and an assists as the Storm won a loser-out match in the 4A bi-district playoffs.
Skyview will face Kentwood on Tuesday in Sumner in another loser-out match. The Storm need two more wins to reach the state tournament.
OLYMPIA 3, UNION 1 — The Titans saw their season come to an end with a loss in the 4A bi-district tournament.
EVERGREEN 3, AUBURN MOUNTAINVIEW 1 — Adrianne Agbayani had two goals and one assists as Evergreen won a loser-out match in the 3A bi-district playoffs.
Evergreen will face Kentlake on Wednesday in Bonney Lake for a berth to the state tournament.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 3, TIMBERLINE 2 — Teaghan Irvin scored all three goals as the Thunder stayed alive in the 3A bi-district playoffs wit a win at home.
Mountain View will face Gig Harbor or Capital on Wednesday at Franklin Pierce High School in Tacoma for a berth to state.
WOODLAND 1, CENTRALIA 0 — Carly Coltrin scored a goal and Coco MacDonald had seven saves in goal as Woodland won a pigtail match in the 2A district tournament.
Woodland will play at Columbia River in a first-round match Tuesday at River.
Boys cross country
Union, Camas clinch state berths — Cohen Butler of Camas was the top-placing local runner in the 4A bi-district meet in University Place as Union and Camas clinched state berths.
Butler placed third overall in 15 minutes, 51 seconds to lead Camas to a fifth-place team finish. Bradley Harris’ eighth-place finish (16:17) led Union to a third in the team standings.
Dekota Houfek placed 19th overall (16:53) to help Prairie place fifth in the 3A race and clinch a team spot for the Falcons.
Girls cross country
Union’s Charlotte Wilson was the overall runner-up, and Camas and Skyview clinched team state berths at the 4A bi-district meet.
Wilson ran 18:32 to place second overall, just in front of Skyview’s Daphne Evenson (18:55), who placed third.
Eliisa Marshall placed ninth (19:19) to lead Camas to fourth place in the team standings. Skyview was seventh to slip in for a state berth.
Evergreen’s Daniela Vazquez-Gonzalez was the top-placing local in the 3A meet, finishing 17th in 19:56, just ahead of teammate Claire Rogge (18th, 19:58).
William Goth of Evergreen, Micah Nelson of Prairie and the doubles team of Jeffery Tso and Braydon Haygood of Mountain View clinched state berths by placing at the 3A bi-district tournament Kent.
Goth earned his berth with a 3-6, 6-4 (10-5) win over Nelson in a fifth-place semifinal. Goth lost the fifth-place match to finish sixth. Nelson then beat Zane Pickett of Spanaway Lake 6-1, 6-0 to finish seventh and earn a state berth.
Tso and Haygood also had to win the seventh-place match in the doubles bracket to earn a trip to state.
Lila McGeachy had a pair of runner-up finishes to lead Camas to the team title in the Class 4A District 4/8 meet in Walla Walla.
McGeachy placed second in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle helping Camas tally 455 points to outscore second-place Hanford 455-372.
Union’s Joli Fong won the 100 butterfly in 1:02.56, and teammate Camille McClafferty won the 100 breaststroke in 1:08.45.
Union also won the 200 medley relay (1:55.37), and Camas won the 200 free relay (1:44.64).
Lucy Demaray won two events in the 3A District 4/8 meet, helping Mountain View place second in the team standings.
Demaray won the 100 breaststroke by almost seven seconds, winnning 1:12.48. Demaray also won the 200 freestyle (2:02.86).
Peyton Sweet of Mountain View won the 100 butterfly in 1:04.47 as the Thunder scores 320 points to place second behind Cheney (347).