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Saturday, December 9, 2023
Dec. 9, 2023

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Prep highlights: Gracie Jacoby leads Prairie volleyball past Skyview

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Gracie Jacoby had a solid all-around match with eight kills, 14 assists, 11 digs and three aces as the Prairie girls volleyball team beat Skyview on Thursday 25-14, 25-13, 20-25, 25-17.

Ali Millspaugh had 15 kills for the Falcons, Eme Cecil had 12 digs and Marissa Raley added 23 assists.

McKenzie Hallenbeck led Skyview with 16 assists and seven digs.

Stars of the day

Mather Minnis, Washougal boys golf, had a 2-under 35 at Tri-Mountain for medalist honors in a 2A Greater St. Helens League win over Ridgefield.

Alex Snyder, Columbia River boys golf, shot even-par 36 at Heron Lakes for medalist honors in a match win against R.A. Long.

Austin Lindquist, Mark Morris boys golf, earned medalist honors with a 36 at Mint Valley as the Monarchs beat Woodland by 10 strokes.

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The members of the Prairie volleyball team celebrate the winning point of the second set against Skyview in a volleyball match at Prairie High School on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2023.
Skyview Prairie volleyball Photo Gallery

Brody Will, Hudson’s Bay boys cross country, led an Eagles sweep of 15 points by winning the 5,000-meter race at Woodland in 17 minutes, 31.9 seconds.

Ava Peterson, Hudson’s Bay girls cross country, won the 5,000-meter race at Woodland with a time of 22:49.1 as the Eagles won the three-way meet.

Riley Jones, Woodland girls soccer, had a goal and an assist in the Beavers’ 4-2 win at Washougal.

Ellie Petersen, Ridgefield girls soccer, scored three goals in an 8-0 win over Mark Morris.

Malia Byrnes, Breyelle Box, R.A. Long slowpitch softball, both went 3 for 4 with double and 2 RBI for R.A. Long in a 15-12 win over Union.

Grant Gumringer, Ethan Wall, Hockinson boys golf, both shot 36s for Hockinson in a 146-210 win over Hudson’s Bay at Fairway Village.

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