High school scoreboard, Dec. 14

first_imgHigh school scoreboard, Dec. 14 GO FRIDAY’S SCHEDULEBOYS BASKETBALLSkyview at Columbia River, 7 p.m.Fort Vancouver at Battle Ground, 7 p.m.Evergreen at Union, 7 p.m.Heritage at Hockinson, 7:30 p.m.Woodland at Prairie, 7 p.m.Summit (Ore.) at Mountain View, 7 p.m.Mark Morris at Kelso, 7 p.m.R.A. Long at Seton Catholic, 7 p.m.GIRLS BASKETBALLSkyview at Columbia River, 5:30 p.m.Evergreen at Union, 5:30 p.m.Prairie at Camas, 7 p.m.Mark Morris at Kelso, 5:30 p.m.Castle Rock at R.A. Long, 7 p.m.WRESTLINGCamas at Tri-State Invitational at Coeur d’Alene, IdahoUnion, Washougal, Woodland at Hammerhead Invitational at Kitsap Pavilion, BremertonBOYS SWIMMINGEvergreen, Mountain View, Heritage, Union vs. Battle Ground, Prairie, Hockinson, 3:45 p.m. at Clark County YMCAGIRLS BOWLINGBattle Ground at Union, 3:15 p.m. at Big Al’sSkyview vs. Camas, 3:15 p.m. at Big Al’sEvergreen vs. Fort Vancouver, 3:15 p.m. at Crosley LanesMountain View vs. Prairie, 3:15 p.m. at Tiger BowlBOYS BASKETBALLCOLUMBIA VALLEY 1BNASELLE 74, WASHINGTON SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 12NON-LEAGUEW.F. WEST 60, WASHOUGAL 46No details reportedGIRLS BASKETBALLNON-LEAGUE By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. By The Columbian Ridgefield 8 16 13 17—54King’s Way 8 14 5 6—33JV — Ridgefield won.STEVENSON 59, TROUT LAKE 50TROUT LAKE (4-2) — Isabella Dean 19, Janessa Colburn 2, Madison Keller 0, Naomi Elyard 0, Sam Keller, Wynsome Painter 5, Peyton Allaway 11, Willa McLaughlin 0, Jayden Allaway 10. Totals 19 (6) 6-19 50.STEVENSON — Jaida Emerson 6, Cassie MacNab 6, Jade Waymire 0, Katie Rathgeber 23, Jazmine Morat 6, Ashley Brannan 6, Kaitlyn Wenz 12, Sara Campbell 0. Totals 24 (1) 10-18 59.Trout Lake 18 5 17 10—50Stevenson 13 8 17 20—59JV — Stevenson won.COLUMBIA VALLEY 1BNASELLE 50, WASHINGTON SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 16WSD (3-2, 0-1) — Ashantay Truong 14, Tessa Williams 0, Jennifer Tudor, Saray Fortunato, Emma McKinney, LeAnna Clearbrook, Alondra Lopez-Alcaraz, Maya Schaut, Juliana Sanchez, Lora Torres 2.Naselle 14 16 10 10—50WSD 2 4 4 6—16WRESTLINGWednesday’s late events BATTLE GROUND — Rose Ugbinada, Sydney Wheaton, Morgan Bonebrake 136-133, Brooklyn Weinberger 124-140, Emma Boucher 122-125, Emma Wheaton 129-165, Teryn Turner 146-123. Baker games 127-136.VOLLEYBALLALL-STATE SELECTIONSLocals selected to all-state honors by the Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association. Complete teams available on our preps blog at 360preps.comCLASS 4AHonorable mention — Gracie Brenner, OH, Skyview; Emma Villaluz, S, Camas; Emma Nelson, L, Union. SETON CATHOLIC 68, THREE RIVERS CHRISTIAN 20SETON CATHOLIC (3-3) — Haley Vick 4, Michaela Ephraim 7, Emma Watkins 4, Katie Willis 2, Jasmine Morgan 22, Madi Manary 7, Claire Kirn 0, Jerrica Pachl 0, Aislynn Hogan 4, Maddie Willis 16, Cailean McGovern 0, Katherine Zdunich 2. Totals 29 (3) 7-10 68.THREE RIVERS CHRISTIAN (1-6)— McKenna Leff 0, Nicole Kiffe 0, Cindy Baker 6, Jessie Tevis 0, Kendal Newport 0, Bobbie Jo Gushman 2, Vivie Davis 2, Kaylena Morrison 0, Kamryn Wright 10. Totals 8 (2) 2-4 20.Seton 27 20 17 4—68TRC 6 3 5 6—20LA CENTER 61, TOUTLE LAKE 31TOUTLE LAKE (0-5) — Molly Donald 6, Jordyn Grabenhorst 3, Casey Wentz 16, Kendal Bennett, Sophia Crane 1, Makinnley Byman 3, Emmalee Lender, Madison Hald, Keeley Studebaker-Smith, Kaydence King, Jessica Sharon, Stevi Jones 2. Totals (10) 6 5-12 31.LA CENTER (2-4) — Sierra Frasier 5, Mya Ecklund 0, Anna Webberley 0, Natasha Lewis 2, Kylie Ballard 0, Lauren Fox 15, Kylee Stephens 10, Mia Edwards 3, Taylor Stephens 26, Malyah Cooley 0. Totals 18 (8) 17-26 61. CLASS 3AFirst team — Katie Vroman, sr., OH, Prairie.Second team — Sophia Carter, jr., MB, Prairie; Molly Doyle, sr., MB, Mountain View.Honorable mention — Molly Packer, L, Prairie.CLASS 2APlayer of the year — Delaney Nicoll, jr., OH, RidgefieldCoach of the year — Sabrina Dobbs, RidgefieldFirst team — Delaney Nicoll, jr., OH, Ridgefield; Kameryn Reynolds, sr., MB, Ridgefield; Woodland, sr., L, Woodland.Second team — Maddie Sheron, so., OH, Columbia River; Alicia Wallingford, sr., MB, Columbia River; Emilea Stepaniuk, so., L, Ridgefield.Honorable mention — Taylor Foster, MB, Woodland; Emily Johnson, S, Washougal.CLASS 1AFirst team — Laynie Erickson, sr., OH, La Center.Honorable mention — Amanda Holm, S, La CenterCLASS 1BFirst team — Katie Kogler, so., MB, Firm Foundation.Honorable mention — Brooklynn Warren, S, Firm Foundation; Elsa Helmes, L, Firm Foundation. Published: December 13, 2018, 11:15pm Follow The Columbian on Instagram Follow Share: PRAIRIE 60, EVERGREEN 23106 — Dom Pegues (E) p Carter Miller 2:26; 113 — Tanner Luchau (E) p. Jonah Miller 0:24; 120 — Noah Larsen (P) p. Tigran Abramob 1:43; 126 — Bridger Paradis (P) by forfeit; 132 — Luke Penland (P) by forfeit; 138 — Clayton Kunz (E) p. Marcus McGathery 0:34; 145 — Denny Roa (E) tf. Zackery Brown 18-2 (4:00); 152 — Brayden Sofianos (P) p. Ali Dihzod 0:25; 160: Justace Walmer (P) by forfeit; 170 — Benjamin Matson (P) p. Jordan Baum  1:07; 182 — Easton Lane (P) p. Brayden Franklin 3:10; 195 — Noah Shelton (P) by forfeit;  220 — Nicholas Langer (P) p . Jacob Leckie 0:30; 285 — Brody Scheafli (P) d. Harland Richards 1:11.PRAIRIE 60, HUDSON’S BAY 18106 — Carter Miller (P) by forfeit; 113 — Jonah Miller (P) by forfeit; 120 —Noah Larsen (P) p. Shane Weideman (HB) 0:12; 126 — Bridger Paradis (P) d. Duke Beamer 1:31; 132 — Cohen Hutchinson (HB) d. Luke Penland 1:39; 138 — Marcus McGathery (P) p. Tanner Marin Ince  0:47; 145 — Zackery Brown (P) p. Cooper Loos (HB) 3:13; 152 — Brayden Sofianos (P) p. Nathaniel Carlyle 0:38; 160 — Justace Walmer (P) p. Camden Courtney 1:33; 170 —Benjamin Matson (P) d. Nicolas Powell 0:54; 182 — Easton Lane (P) by forfeit; 195 — Nicholas Langer (P) p. Hayden DeGrandpre 0:22; 220 — Alejandro  Remster-Alvarez (HB) p. Noah Shelton 1:35; 285: Malek Mabrouk (HB) p. Brody Scheafli 3:54.GIRLS BOWLINGBATTLE GROUND 1606, UNION 1588At Tiger BowlUNION — Jessica Bruning 104-109, Erika Addy 133-136, Nara Benton 136-125, Chloe Mertz 151-100, Lexi McCorvey 184-157. Baker games 125-128. Share: Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Toutle 9 6 7 9—31La Center 17 16 14 14—61JV — La Center won.CORBETT (Ore.) 47, FORT VANCOUVER 34CORBETT (2-4) — Sydney Holwege 2, Tia Kendell, Olivia Fritz 15, Raegan Heffler 5, Skyler Larsen 6, Isabelle Vanhee 11, Sydney Smith 4. Totals 17 13-29 47FORT VANCOUVER — Mary Brown 10, Yuliana Valenci 2, Kailey Gonzalez 5, Alba Martin-Lacasta, Isis Villalobos 2, Lexani Garcia 1, Trinity Stegall 14. Totals 11 (0) 12-35.Corbett 19 6 10 12—47Fort 3 11 5 15—34JV — Hockinson won.RIDGEFIELD 54, KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 33RIDGEFIELD — Devi Dugan 12, Karli Oliver 0, Kylie Greenwald 5, Madalyn Chapman 2, Courtney Beyer 0, Grace Goode 0, Mackenzie Dewey 8, Allie Andrew 17, Kelli Krsul 5, Morgan Harter 5. Totals 21 (2) 10-21 54.KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN — Bethany Hutchin 0, Kinsey Tindol 2,  Hannah Moats 3, Annabelle Atwood 2, Laurel Quinn 8, Amber Kolb 0, Abby Cummins 11, Tyra Schroeder 5, Lacey Zook 2. Totals 7 (4) 15-22 33.last_img read more

Zagreb win handball war against Meshkov

5. HC Meshkov Brest6204159:164(-5)4 3. HC Prvo plinarsko drustvo …6303136:139(-3)6 PPD Zagreb celebrate their third win in EHF CL campaign which put Croatian best team closer to the TOP 16 spot in Group A.  Team of Veselin Vujović showed more in 60 minutes of the tough battle against Meshkov Brest 25:23 (11:8) and deserved to take points at the end. Home team were on +6 ten minutes to go (21:15), but Belarrusian side led by outstanding Rastko Stojković (9 goals) managed interesting finish until the last seconds in which Zlatko Horvat scored from 7 meter for – 25:23.PPD ZAGREB – MESHKOV BREST 25:23 (11:8) PPD: Ivić 3 saves, Stevanović 8 saves, Mihić 3/5, Brozović 2/4, Stepančić 2/3, Vuglač 3/5, Šušnja 1/2, J. Valčić 1/2, Horvat 6(2)/6, Raković 1/2, Obranović 4/6, Šprem 1/2 MESHKOV: Pešić 13 saves, Manojlović 5/9, Nikulenka 0/3, Stojković 9(5)/10),  Razgor 2/3, Špiler 0/2, Šilović 3/4, Božović 0/3, Rutenka 4/5 RESULTS: 1:2 (5.) 3:3 (11.) 5:3 (15.) 6:4 (17.) 6:7 (20.) 7:8 (22.) 11:8 (30.) 14:9 (36.) 14:11 (40.) 16:13 (45.) 18:15 (47.) 21:15 (50.) 22:20 (55.) 23:22 (59.) Man of the Match: Rastko Stojković (Meshkov) Match to forget: Josip Valčić (PPD Zagreb) / David Špiler (Meshkov)Fighting spirit was too high at the start of the encounter in Zagreb Arena, which was calculated in great number of hard tackles and two minutes suspensions. Zagreb’s defense was dominant, which provided a few chances for easy goals from counter-attacks.  Meshkov’s back line had poor first half expect Nikola Manojlović, which play „2 on 2“ with Rastko Stojković on the line, was the biggest problem for home team.Meshkov Brest coach Zeljko Babic had to take a break after 14 minutes, in the moment when his team was two goals down – 5:3. Effects was visible in short period of time, with few saves of Ivan Pešić and 3:0 series by Manojlović – Stojković for turnover – 6:7 in 20th minute.The last advantage Meshkov had two minutes later 8:7, when began 13 minutes long „goalless“ period. Zagreb finished the first half with three goals of the captain Zlatko Horvat – 11:8.After only 100 seconds in the second half, Croatian champions were on +5 – 13:8, with the first goal of Luka Šebetić, the third right back which was used by Veselin Vujović. Meshkov got some other players on the level necessary for the serious resistance on today’s match during the middle of the second half when right back Shylovic and right wing Rutenka began to score goals and make attack more versatile.However, Zagreb’s left back Sandro Obranović took a role of „punisher“ with three-four powerful goals from 9 meters, which put hist team six goals ahead of the rival – 21:15, with only 10 minutes to go.Meshkov began to play like they have nothing to lose. Rastko Stojković tied up a few goals in series, and Belarussian outfit came on -1 only 90 seconds until the end. After goals of Obranović and Rutenka from both sided, Zagreb managed to save the ball in the last 30 seconds of the match and score just before final whistle for – 25:23.Results:RK Metalurg – La Rioja 29:28THW Kiel – PSG 33:29STANDINGS: 2. Paris Saint-Germain Handba…6402169:157(12)8 6. HC Metalurg6105146:175(-29)2 3. Naturhouse La Rioja6303177:174(3)6 1. THW Kiel6501186:164(22)10 ← Previous Story Vive Tauron Kielce “6 of 6” after double win over Aalborg Next Story → Lions like cuddly cats on Balkans – Celje beat RNL! read more