High school scoreboard, Sept. 19

first_imgHigh school scoreboard, Sept. 19 Battle GroundHighlights — Bethany Tuchardt 20 kills, 3 blocks, 2 aces, 11 digs; Jenny Kopytyuk 5 kills, 1 ace, 13 digs; Soraya Schleischert 6 kills, 1 block, 3 digs; Julia Baiar 1 ace, 7 digs, 32 assists; Sarah Parker 5 aces, 3 kills, 1 blocks.JV — BG, 3-0. C — BG, 2-1UNION 3, KELSO 025-16, 25-15, 25-14UnionHighlights — Camille Darland 7 kills;  Corinne Ongley 14 kills, 2 blocks; Ellie Seo 3 aces, 6 digs; Emma Nelson 1 ace, 1 kill, 4 assists, 13 digs; Hannah Schmidt 1 kill; Mackenzie Lewis 1 kill, 7 digs; Lauren Gehrmann; 7 kills, 10 digs;  Lexi Amon 1 kill, 1 block; Marina Morningstar 1 ace, 5 kills, 2 blocks, 2 digs; Megan Lee 1 ace, 26 assists, 8 digs.OLYMPIA 3, CAMAS 121-25, 25-23, 25-15, 25-17CamasHighlights — Emma Villaluz 32 assists, 2 aces, 7 service points, 1 kill, 12 digs, 2 blocks; Kate Golb 4 kills, 1 block; Grace Varsek 9 digs; Kylie Loewen 4 aces, 2 service points, 11 digs; Mary Pipkin 1 ace, 6 service points, 5 kills; Genevieve Crowston 6 service points, 12 kills, 12 digs; Mackenzie Hancock 5 service points, 6 kills, 4 digs; Madi Hanton 3 kills.JV — Olympia 2-1; C1 — Camas 2-1; C2 — Camas 2-1KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 3, ELMA 025-20, 25-19, 25-10King’s WayHighlights — Abby Cummins 3 kills, 2 blocks, 25 assists, 5 digs; Dana Snider 4 kills, 1 block, 2 aces, 8 digs; Gracie Brown 9 kills, 1 ace, 6 digs; Katrina Cloyes 2 kills, 2 assists; Tyra Schroeder 1 ace, 15 digs; Aly Evanson 1 ace, 4 digs; Brooke Mattila 6 kills, 4 blocks; Bridget Young 1 kill, 2 blocks, 1 ace. JV — Ridgefield won. C  — Ridgefield won.WOODLAND 3, COLUMBIA RIVER 126-24, 23-25, 25-23, 25-16WoodlandHighlights — Emma Swett 11 kills, 18 assists; Taylor Foster 19 kills, four aces, 2 blocks; Nicole Gutherie 21 assists, 3 blocks; Elyse Booker 29 digs, 3 aces; Payten Foster 12 digs, 3 aces; Kyley Storie 4 kills, 2 blocks; Olivia Andersen 7 digs, 6 kills.RiverHighlights — Maddie Sheron 14 kills, 2 blocks, 3 digs; Jayden Foster 9 kills, 1 dig; Alicia Wallingford 5 kills, 4 blocks, 1 dig; Rylie Reeves 3 kills, 1 block; Sydney Waite 3 aces, 7 digs; Riley Zanas 2 aces, 6 digs; Hallie Worden 3 aces, 4 digs; Emma Adams 12 aces; Lexi Williams 30 assists, 5 aces, 3 digs, 1 block.WASHOUGAL 3, MARK MORRIS 025-17, 25-23, 25-20WashougalHighlights — Emily Johnson 24 assists, 2 aces, 13 digs; Gracie Dolan 14 kills, 10 blocks; 3 digs; Kaylee Baldwin 9 kills, 20 digs; Paige Wilson 3 blocks, 4 kills.NON-LEAGUEPRAIRIE 3, BATTLE GROUND 220-25, 21-25, 25-19, 33-31, 15-13PrairieHighlights — Katie Vroman 22 kills, 14 digs, 4 aces, 3 blocks; Molly Packer 38 digs, 6 assists, 2 aces; Lainne Wilkins 53 assists, 16 digs, 5 aces, 2 kills; Maddi Cederholm 11 kills, 1 Dig, 1 block; Sophia Carter 10 kills, 1 Ace,6 blocks. Halftime — River, 2-1JV — River, 8-0.MARK MORRIS 2, WASHOUGAL 1No reportNON-LEAGUEFORT VANCOUVER 2, SETON CATHOLIC 1Seton CatholicGoals (assists) — Riley McDonough (un); Goalkeeper saves — Michaela Ephraim 7.Fort VancouverNo information provided.HUDSON’S BAY 1, HERITAGE 0Hudson’s BayGoals (assists) — Caysen Pressley (Awnie Bigelow); Goalkeeper saves — Olivia Hewett 6.HeritageGoalkeeper saves — Darien Walton 2.Halftime — Bay, 1-0JV — Bay, 6-0.SKYVIEW 1, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1SkyviewGoals (assists) — Audra Martin; Goalkeeper saves — Allie Thompson 5, Madison Merrill 0. Coach’s standout — Riley Bowen, Ava Harman.Mountain ViewGoals (assists) — Olivia Fothergill (Autumn McMahon); Goalkeeper saves — Waverly Iverson, 7. Coach’s standout — Alexis Sadler, Perla RamirezHalftime — 1-1.JV — 1-1.BATTLE GROUND 2, EVERGREEN 0EvergreenGoalkeeper saves — Mikayla Hiler 4. Coach’s standout — Jazmine Wright, Rose Camacho.BGNo team information reported.TENINO 5, LA CENTER 0BOYS CROSS COUNTRYSKYVIEW 23, UNION 37At Pacific Park; 5,000 metersSKYVIEW — Andrew Thurston 17:35, Vik Sahgal 17:46, Jonathan Riley 18:01, Dylan Terry 18:01, Josh Verrinder 18:04.UNION — Andres Solorzano 17:31, Mikie Connell 17:53, Jonah Mack 18:14, Cameron Lantagne 18:33, Steward Johnson 18:33.MOUNTAIN VIEW 23, FORT VANCOUVER 34At Pacific Park; 5,000 metersMOUNTAIN VIEW — Shun Yamaguchi 16:45, Mason Wrede 18:23, Anthony Johnson 19:01, Branden Chou 19:07, Justin Keanini 19:34.FORT VANCOUVER — Drew Weber 17:02, Ethan CLark 18:54, John Sesay 19:27, Gabe Daigle 19:52, Gavin Medina 19:59.CAMAS 18, HERITAGE 48, PRAIRIE 70, EVERGREEN 110At Heritage; 5,000 metersCAMAS — Daniel Maton 15:40, Jackson Lyne 15:46, Spencer Twyman 16:01, Luc Utheza 16:05, Sam Geiger16:16.HERITAGE — Ryan Cibart 16:00, Justin Cebart 17:12, Kyler Spiller 17:41, Vincenzo Robles 17:43, Braedon Sitmann 17:52.PRAIRIE — Luke Lund 17:00, Isaac Moulton 17:54, Ty Kneeshaw 17:55, Sheldon Galipeau 18:03, Dylan Pedersen 18:46.EVERGREEN — Lorenzo Anguiano 20:02, Luke Lundahl 20:24, Seth Wampach 21:14, Kyle LeCount 21:59, Dalton Jones 23:02.KELSO 15, BATTLE GROUND 49, HUDSON’S BAY 81At Lewisville Park; 5,000 metersBATTLE GROUND — Mason Hennessey 19:42, Tyler PErry 19:45, Henry Cameron 19:48, Matthew Clay 20:10, Spencer Cowger 20:12.HUDSON’S BAY — Justin Terry 20:06, Elijah Adams 20:22, Elijah Sassmann shaussen 20:49, Clark Temme 21:41, Ethan Paulsen 21:42. FIRM FOUNDATION 3, SETON CATHOLIC 125-11, 25-18, 24-26, 25-20Firm FoundationHighlights — Brooklyn Warren 24 assists, 2 aces, 3 digs; Hannah Matson 13 digs; Abbie Helmes 8 digs, 1 kill, 1 ace; Elsa Helmes 17 digs, 6 kills; Darya Quint 18 digs, 3 aces; Katie Kogler 2 aces, 6 digs, 10 kills, 4 blocks; Anna Huntsinger 1 ace, 3 digs, 7 kills.Seton CatholicHighlights — Anna Yrjanson 11 kills, 6 digs, 2 blocks, 1 ace; Alicia Bigler 6 kills, 6 digs, 2 assists; Jasmine Morgan 5 kills, 4 digs, 1 blk, 1 ace, 5 assists; Samantha Owen 8 kills, 4 digs, 2 aces; Haley Vick 5 digs; Elizabeth Niehaus 8 digs, 6 assists; Savannah Smith 1 kill, 5 digs, 3 ace 17 assists; Rebecca Vu 4 kills, 13 digs,1 assist.JV — Firm Foundation, 3-0.HERITAGE 3, HUDSON’S BAY 025-15, 25-16, 25-17HeritageHighlights — Katie Peneueta 5 kills, 9 digs, 3 blocks, 2 aces; Adria Jones 12 kills, 6 aces; Aliyah Hamblin 21 assists, 2 aces.Hudson’s BayNo team information reported.GIRLS SOCCER2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE Published: September 18, 2018, 11:19pm GIRLS CROSS COUNTRYUNION 22, SKYVIEW 39At Pacific Park; 5,000 metersUNION — Haylee Brodahl 19:59, Emily Rosenkranz 20:09, Brooklyn Baldwin 20:30, Callie Mills 20:43, Claire Reeburgh 20:48.SKYVIEW — Isabella Abbruzzese 19:22, Presley Timmons 20:25, Phoebe Abbruzzese 21:03, Maia Luther 22:09, Emiliy Norton 22:09.FORT VANCOUVER 23, MOUNTAIN VIEW 31At Pacific Park; 5,000 metersFORT VANCOUVER — Emily Phelps 18:42, Anna Harrison 20:13, Dhamar Campos 22:26, Shelby Willett 22:38, Khonnie Ecklund 23:41.MOUNTAIN VIEW — Jasmine Bates 19:38, Jessica Fidler 22:04, Noelle Garrett 22:31, Hannah O’Meara 23:45, Mana Yamaguchi 23:56.CAMAS 19, PRAIRIE 46, HERITAGE 86, EVERGREEN 100At Heritage; 5,000 metersCAMAS — Halle Jenkins 18:49, Aspen Ashcraft 18:57, Camryn Mock 19:44, Ashley McKinstry 20:04, Elizabeth Nilles 20:11.PRAIRIE — Meri Dunford 19:08, Andrea Cernuda-Herraiz 20:06, Sally Anderson 22:18, Mary Lynn McLeod 23:23, Hannah Clouse 23:23.HERITAGE — Kaylee MacDonald 23:10, Piper Lemon 23:17, Emilie Sitmann 25:11, Jennifer Ferguson 25:21, Ryann Wilks 28:41.EVERGREEN — Trinity Siehl 23:42, Chloe Stahlheber 23:49, Kyra Dejesus-Wood 26:22, Francesca Zino 26:28, Eris Delay 27:08.KELSO 22, BATTLE GROUND 35, HUDSON’S BAY INC.At Lewisville Park; 5,000 metersBATTLE GROUND — Alena Stevens 23:26, Kendra Matson 23:59, Julia Jensen 25:00, Sierra Smith 25:19, Nova Gomulkiewicz 25:36.HUDSON’S BAY — Sofia Pelkey 24:24, Cassie Trimple 24:25.BOYS TENNISSKYVIEW 6, PRAIRIE 0Singles — Jonathan Hutley (S) def. Elijah Nelson 7-5, 6-4; Noah Mariotti (S) def. Cole Harmon 6-2, 6-2; Nathan Whitson (S) def. Isaiah Sound 6-1, 6-2. WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULECROSS COUNTRYWashougal, Woodland at Hockinson, 4 p.m.Mark Morris, Ridgefield at R.A. Long, 4 p.m.Seton Catholic at Castle Rock, 4 p.m.Columbia-White Salmon, King’s Way Christian at Stevenson, 4 p.m.GIRLS SWIMMINGKelso, Union, Mountain View, Evergreen vs. Heritage, 4 p.m. at Cascade FitnessBattle Ground, Prairie, Hockinson, La Center, R.A. Long vs. Mark Morris, 5 p.m. at Mark Morris HSBOYS TENNISSkyview at Mark Morris, 3 p.m.Columbia River at Washougal, 3:30 p.m.Ridgefield at R.A. Long, 3:30 p.m.BOYS GOLFWoodland vs. Mark Morris, 3:30 p.m. at LongviewSLOWPITCH SOFTBALLBattle Ground at Fort Vancouver, 4 p.m.Evergreen at Heritage, 4 p.m.Union at Camas, 4 p.m.Mark Morris at Skyview, 4 p.m.VOLLEYBALL2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE W LRidgefield (5-0) 3 0Woodland (4-1) 2 1Washougal (3-2) 2 1Columbia River (2-2) 1 1Mark Morris (1-2) 0 1Hockinson (1-2) 0 2R.A. Long (0-4) 0 2RIDGEFIELD 3, HOCKINSON 025-12, 25-22, 25-15RidgefieldBailey Norris 3 digs, 3 aces; Kohana Fukuchi 8 digs, 2 aces, 1 kill, 26 assists; Delaney Nicoll 2 digs, 17 kills, 4 blocks, 13 assists; Emilea Stepaniuk 9 digs; Mackenzie Gilchrist 6 digs, 6 kills; Presley McCaskill 2 digs, 4 kills; Allie Andrew 4 kills, 1 block; Kameryn Reynolds 2 digs, 4 kills, 1 block; Morgan Harter 3 digs; Aida Sinks 3 digs;  Emily Borgstedt 1 dig, 3 kills, 4 blocks; Emily Paul 2 digs,1 kill. By The Columbian Subscribe Today BATTLE GROUND 168, SKYVIEW 182At Tri-Mountain (front 9) BATTLE GROUND — Nick Leckwold 40, Garrett Ballard 41, Anthony Tobias 43, Alex Salanis 44, Cade Barker 46.SKYVIEW — Anthony Chae 41, Jacob McAtee 45, Morgan Huseby 47, Dustin Brooks 49, Thomas Pedigo 55.JV — Skyview won.UNION 168, HERITAGE 231At Club Green MeadowsUNION — Seth Finnie 40, Chase Williams 39, James Hu 44, Camden Mills 45.HERITAGE — Ethan Flaherty 63, Griffin Martinez 53, Seaver Smith 59, Bryce Wickum 56.R.A. LONG 180, WASHOUGAL 201At Mint Valley Golf CourseR.A. LONG — Noah Gilcrest 40, Chandler Lyon 48, Easten Haglund 44, Ian Mendenhall 66, Wayne Keegan 48, Huessen Nyguen 48.WASHOUGAL — Oliver Evers 45, Kol Mael 57, Kolton Andrews 52, Bryce Holmes 53, Kale Cranford 51, Colby Minges 53.JV — Washougal, 217-236. The Columbian is becoming a rare example of a news organization with local, family ownership. Subscribe today to support local journalism and help us to build a stronger community. Doubles — Joey Gaylor/Sean Wilcox (S) def. Ethan Hufflin/Ethan Hsu 6-1, 6-0; Jaxon Mills/Keagan O’leary (S) def. Laszlo Liebman/Micah Gaston 6-0, 6-2; Henry Liles/Ethan Smiley (S) def. John Almajan/Riley Yuasia 6-4, 6-1.JV — Skyview 6-0; C — Skyview 5-2BOYS GOLFCOLUMBIA RIVER 162, HOCKINSON 177At The CedarsCOLUMBIA RIVER — Isaiah Lamont 40, Brady Yackley 43, Nate Schreiner 38, Alden Fay 42, Gabe Wise 41, Corbin Trickett 44.HOCKINSON — Jarrett Christiensen 42, John Dorotik 44, Greyson Cuttingham 43, Stephen Weinmuller 52, Tanner Hough 57, Erik Hawkins 48. Share: Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Share: GO W LHockinson (4-2) 3 0Ridgefield (5-2) 2 1R.A. Long (4-1-1) 2 0Mark Morris (3-1-1) 1 1Columbia River (1-2-1) 1 1Washougal (4-3) 0 3Woodland (3-3) 0 3HOCKINSON 3, RIDGEFIELD 2RidgefieldGoals (assists) — Taylor Hope (Paytn Barnette), Kelli Krsul (Barnette); Goalkeeper saves — Ellie McCann 9.HockinsonGoals (assists) — Brooke Grosz (Grace Abott), Ellie Seekins, Alyssa Pfaender (Megan Mindersee); Goalkeeper saves — Maddie Perry 4, Amanda Jeschke 1. Coach’s standout — Megan StangelHalftime — Hockinson, 2-0.JV — Hockinson, 3-2.COLUMBIA RIVER 5, WOODLAND 1RiverGoals (assists) — Ava Greer (Julia Skimas),  Abby Harris (Sydney Flores-Tucker), Skimas (Julia Cash), Yaneisy Rodriguez, Kyla Castro (Gracia Larson). Goalkeeper saves — Liz Canton 0, Allison Countryman 0, Alex Schulz 0.WoodlandGoals (assists) —Emersyn Finn (unassisted). Goalkeeper saves — Gwen Elkinton 25. Coach’s standouts — Gwen Elkinton, Audrey Adams. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.last_img read more

Misery continues for Harbaugh Michigan in The Game

COLUMBUS, Ohio — With its best chance in years to beat Ohio State in The Game, Michigan crashed and burned.Michigan’s “revenge tour” — along with its Big Ten and national title hopes — ended in misery on a cold, grey Saturday in Ohio Stadium, where the Wolverines have been unable to win a game since 2000. Final score: Ohio State 62, Michigan 39.“I’m pretty shocked that the outcome is like this and how easily they moved the ball and made plays,” senior defensive back Tyree Kinnel said. “They completely beat us everywhere, the run game, the pass game, everyone is to blame.”There was so much at stake for a Michigan team that hasn’t been able to beat the Buckeyes in seven years. Coach Jim Harbaugh was seeking his first win in the rivalry in his fourth season in Ann Arbor. Michigan was ranked No. 4 in the AP Top 25 and holding onto one of the top spots in the College Football Playoff. Ohio State had struggled at times this season, especially on defence, and was holding on at No. 10.Then the Buckeyes hung 62 points on the best defence in the nation. That’s the most Michigan has ever allowed in regulation against any opponent ever, let alone Ohio State.The loss ruins any championship hopes for Michigan. Somewhere Woody Hayes is smiling.“I just ran into a good Ohio State team,” Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson said. “I always thought we had Big Ten Championship hopes, playoff hopes, maybe that got in the way a little bit. But hats off to them. They played a hell of a game.”The Buckeyes came into the annual rivalry game with a Swiss cheese defence that has given coach Urban Meyer headaches in the past month. The Wolverines were favoured after Ohio State struggled mightily with middling Big Ten team Maryland last week before pulling it out in overtime.But the Buckeyes rose to the occasion Saturday. They scored on special teams and intercepted passes . Ohio State quarterback, Dwayne Haskins Jr., who won last year’s game in Ann Arbor after coming in for the injured J.T. Barrett, broke more single-season passing records in throwing for five touchdowns , a school record in the rivalry. Freshman receiver Chris Olave caught two TD passes and blocked a punt that turned into the touchdown.What went wrong?Michigan receiver Nico Collins just sighed heavily and shrugged.“The score,” he replied.Harbaugh didn’t offer much in the way of an explanation, either, other than to say Ohio State played exceptionally well.“We’ll come back motivated and make darn sure it doesn’t happen again,” Harbaugh said.This one went down hard.“I’m going to have to sleep on this for the rest of my life, that I wasn’t able to get a win in this game,” Kinnel said.Ohio State won the Big Ten East and heads on to Indianapolis to play Northwestern for the conference title next weekend. The Buckeyes also stayed on the fringe of the College Football Playoff picture.“To come back against your rival and play like that, that’s a focused team that loves each other and cares about each other,” Meyer said.___More AP college football: https://apnews.com/Collegefootball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25___Follow Mitch Stacy at http://twitter.com/mitchstacyMitch Stacy, The Associated Press read more

CPL OPCO Guyana Inc to construct permanent headquarters for CPL GAW

As the 2019 Edition of the Caribbean Premier League draws closer and in anticipation of another year of exciting cricket, a new state of the art facility will be constructed on Camp Street, Georgetown, to accommodate the locally based CPL Franchise, the Guyana Amazon Warriors and a CPL OPCO Administrative Office.The building is expected to be the permanent home of the Guyana Amazon Warriors and will also accommodate the CPL Ticketing Office, a Guyana Amazon Warriors Merchandise Outlet, a CPL OPCO Administrative Office and a “Hall of Fame”.Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the CPL, Pete RussellThe highlight of the building is expected to be the “Hall of Fame” showcasing a history of the CPL and the Guyana Amazon Warriors from the inception of the CPL in 2013 to present and will be updated on a continuous basis.Chief Operating Officer of the CPL, Pete Russell, was full in praise for the Guyana Amazon Warriors Franchise and for the support of the Guyanese public for CPL.He commented “This is a wonderful initiative that shows how far the Amazon Warriors have come in the last 6 years. The team has become a big part of the sporting landscape in Guyana and has already created its own history with a number of memorable performances over the years. For CPL we are delighted that fans will be able to re-live some of the best CPL highlights from previous years by visiting this new facility”.At a press conference at the Marriott Hotel in Georgetown last Thursday Russell told local journalists that the Guyana Amazon Warriors will be unveiling a project within the next few days. The project he said, is a testimony of the success of CPL and the Guyana Amazon Warriors over the six years.The artist’s impression of the soon to be completed new state of the art CPL and Guyana Amazon Warriors administrative office and Hall of Fame.The venue will also be able to accommodate parking for approximately 50 vehicles for persons who will be conducting business at the CPL OPCO Office and visiting the Hall of Fame.The seventh edition of the exciting Caribbean Premier League will bowl off on September 4 in Trinidad and Tobago and will run until October 12, 2019. Trinbago Knight Riders are the defending champions. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedHero CPL makes over US$25M impact on Guyana’s economyJanuary 29, 2019In “latest news”CPL banks on Caribbean diaspora for T20 success in LauderhillApril 27, 2016In “Sports”‘Biggest Party in Sport being watched by more people’ says CEO of Hero CPLJanuary 11, 2018In “Sports” read more