High School roundup: River soccer still undefeated; plus track and field results

A list of every champion from 4A and 3A District 4 track and field meet.

The Class 2A Greater St. Helens League had a big night in boys soccer Thursday.

The 3A GSHL is guaranteed one Clark County team into the state tournament.

And the 4A GSHL suffered stunning disappointment.

Meanwhile, the results are in for the 4A and 3A District 4 boys and girls track and field meets.

Here is how it all went down Thursday for Clark County high school sports.

And a head’s up for Friday, the 2A District 4 baseball championship game has been moved from Centralia to Vancouver. Columbia River will take on Ridgefield at Propstra Stadium at 5 p.m. tonight. Both teams have already qualified for state, but the district title is on the line.

Soccer

Class 2A

Columbia River wins district title

Julian Villa-Salas scored off a corner kick in the first half, then Jake Connop gave the Chieftains some breathing room toward the end of the second half for a 2-nil lead. The Chieftains added another score to improve to 18-0-1 this season.

Columbia River improved to 18-0-1 with a win over Woodland in the Class 2A District 4 boys soccer championship game Thursday. Photo by Mike Schultz
Columbia River improved to 18-0-1 with a win over Woodland in the Class 2A District 4 boys soccer championship game Thursday. Photo by Mike Schultz

The defending state champions are the No. 1 seed going into state. Woodland is the district’s No. 2 seed.

Ridgefield, meanwhile, survived elimination play with a 3-0 win over Tumwater on Thursday. The Spudders will play Aberdeen on Saturday for the third and final berth to state from District 4.

Class 3A

Mountain View,  Prairie survive and advance

Mountain View got a goal early in the second half and it stood for a 1-0 win over league-rival Evergreen in one elimination match in the 3A bi-district tournament. It was the third battle between the teams this season. Mountain View, which won the 3A GSHL title, beat Evergreen all three times, including two 1-0 victories.

Prairie dominated in its elimination match with a 5-1 win over Bethel.

That sets up a winner-to-state, loser-done match between the Thunder and Falcons on Saturday at McKenzie Stadium. Mountain View beat Prairie 2-1 in the first meeting this season and the two teams tied 0-0 in the second matchup.

Class 4A

Skyview, Camas out of postseason

The Skyview Storm, the Class 4A GSHL champions, lost a home match to Rogers of Puyallup in a winner-to-state, loser-done match Thursday. Rogers took a 2-1 victory to advance to state. Skyview’s season ends with an 11-4-2 record.

Camas, the No. 2 team from the 4A GSHL, also lost Thursday, falling to 2-1 in overtime. Camas’ season ends with a 8-6-3 mark.

Track and Field

Champions from 4A and 3A boys and girls district meet

Sprinters compete in the Class 4A 200-meter dash Thursday at McKenzie Stadium. Blake Deringer of Camas would go on to win the race. Photo by Paul Valencia
Sprinters compete in the Class 4A 200-meter dash Thursday at McKenzie Stadium. Blake Deringer of Camas would go on to win the race. Photo by Paul Valencia

4A Boys

100: Lincoln Victor, Union, 10.90

200: Blake Deringer, Camas, 25.51

400: Mason Gross, Camas, 51.04

800: Daniel Maton, Camas, 1:54.76

1600: Daniel Maton, Camas, 4:15.71

3200: Jackson Lyne, Camas, 9:36.67

110H: Zach Maier, Skyview, 15.40

300H: Zach Maier, Skyview, 41.37

400 Relay: Union, 43.13

1,600 Relay: Camas, 3:30.15

Shot put: Victor Naumov, Union, 46-9

Discus: Victor Naumov, Union, 135-2

Javelin: Trent Thompson, Battle Ground, 186-3

High Jump: Andres Solorzano-Jones, Union, 6-4

Pole Vault: Tyrel Halme, Battle Ground, 14-1

Long Jump: Micah Harimoto, Camas, 21-1

Triple Jump: Weslie Tran, Union, 41-11

Team Champion: Camas

3A boys

100: Nolan Mickenham, Prairie, 10.89

200: Nolan Mickenham, Prairie, 22.54

400: Andrew Weber, Fort Vancouver, 52.21

800: Andrew Weber, Fort Vancouver, 1:59.82

1600: Andrew Weber, Fort Vancouver, 4:22.91

3200: Luke Lund, Prairie, 10:08.87

110H: David McAndie, Mountain View, 14.98

300H: Kenneth Ogbeama, Prairie, 40.26

400 Relay: Prairie, 42.93

1600 Relay: Prairie, 3:33.28

Shot Put: Brandon Abt, Evergreen, 45-6.5

Discus: Todd Johanson, Kelso, 149-10

Javelin: Brandon Abt, Evergreen, 157-10

High Jump: Wyatt Prutch, Hudson’s Bay, 6-2

Pole Vault: Jerrin Hunter, Evergreen, 13-7

Long Jump: Darius Dancel, Prairie, 21-4

Triple Jump: Abraham Dixson, Prairie, 42-11.5

Team Champion: Prairie

Union’s Annaliese Ward battles with Ella Wilks of Camas in the 300 hurdles Thursday at the Class 4A district track and field meet. Ward would go on to win the title. Photo by Paul Valencia
Union’s Annaliese Ward battles with Ella Wilks of Camas in the 300 hurdles Thursday at the Class 4A district track and field meet. Ward would go on to win the title. Photo by Paul Valencia

4A Girls

100: Logan Nelson, Union, 12.52

200: Logan Nelson, Union, 26.60

400: Emma Coates, Camas, 59.92

800: Presley Timmons, Skyview,  2:20.38

1600: Presley Timmons, Skyview, 5:08.10

3200: Halle Jenkins, Camas, 11:33.51

100H: Annaliese Ward, Union, 15.80

300H: Annaliese Ward, Union, 45.10

400 Relay: Union, 50.37

800 Relay: Union, 1:47.40

1600 Relay: Camas, 4:13.91

Shot Put: Genina Carey, Union, 32-9

Discus: Lexi Raymore, Union, 104-0

Javelin: Lexi Raymore, Union, 130-02

High Jump: Madi Schalk, Union, 5-1

Pole Vault: Anna Bedont, Camas, 10-9

Long Jump: Lucy George, Camas, 16-8.5

Triple Jump: Madi Schalk, Union, and Ceclia Fox-Middleton, Skyview, 34-0

Team Champion: Union

3A Girls

100: Bella Mathieson, Mountain View, 13.44

200: Katherine Kadrmas, Mountain View, 26.55

400: Ilena Dalla Gasperina, Mountain View, 1:02.05

800: Anna Harrison, Fort Vancouver, 2:23.30

1600: Meri Dunford, Prairie, 5:16.04

3200: Meri Dunford, Prairie, 11:18.62

100H: Katherine Kadrmas, Mountain View, 14.89

300H: Katherine Kadrmas, Mountain View, 46.60

400 Relay: Mountain View, 51.79

800 Relay: Mountain View, 1:51.01

1600 Relay: Prairie, 4:10.92

Shot Put: Jasmine Tiatia, Evergreen, 42-11

Discus: Mykala Preston, Mountain View, 113-01

Javelin: Ally Harmon, Kelso, 113-03

High Jump: Natalie Fraley, Kelso, 4-10

Pole Vault: Natalie Fraley, Kelso, 9-0

Long Jump: Katherine Kadrmas, Mountain View, 16-0.5

Triple Jump: Peyton Desantis, Mountain View, 32-7.5

Team Champion: Mountain View

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Paul Valencia joins ClarkCountyToday.com after more than two decades of newspaper experience. He became the face of high school sports coverage in Clark County during his 17 years at The Columbian. Before moving to Vancouver, Paul worked at Oregon daily newspapers in Pendleton, Roseburg, and Salem. A graduate of David Douglas High School in Portland, Paul enlisted in the U.S. Army, serving three years as a soldier/journalist. He and his wife Jenny recently celebrated their 20th anniversary. They have a son who has a passion for karate and Minecraft. Paul’s hobbies include: Watching the Raiders play football, reading about the Raiders playing football, and waiting to watch and read about the Raiders playing football.

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