High school scoreboard Oct. 19

first_img Subscribe Today By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor Published: October 18, 2018, 11:09pm High school scoreboard Oct. 19 At Club Green Meadows(Set scores not available)SinglesFirst round — Ben Corwin (Centralia) d. Derek Kropp (Ridgefield); Ryan Mack (Centralia) d. Jonah Kropp (Ridgefield); Jonathan Schade (Black Hills) d. Matt Rudi (Columbia River); Ethan Dillon (Tumwater) d. Victor Borgin (Mark Morris).Semifinals — Mack d. Corwin; Dillon d. Schade.Loser-out matches — D. Kropp d. J. Kropp; Rudi d. Borgin.Friday’s matchesChampionship — Ryan Mack (Centralia) vs. Ethan Dillon (Tumwater)Loser-out matches — Derek Kropp (Ridgefield) vs. Jonathan Schade (Black Hills); Matt Rudi (Columbia River) d. Ben Corwin (Centralia).DoublesFirst round — Ben Haukaas/Gabe Slind (Mark Morris) d. Johan Lopez/Landon Kaut; Ethan Chung/Brady Anderson (RA Long) d. Colin Slattery/Caleb Watters (WF West); Nate Kessi/Wilson Keller (Columbia River) d. Jake Johnson/Gunnar Fields (Tumwater); Max Firstenburg/Alex Miller (Columbia River) d. Joseph Chung/Cade Cameron (WF West).Semifinals — Haukaas/Slind d. Chung/Anderson; Kessi/Keller d. Firstenburg/Miller.Loser-out matches — Slattery/Watters d. Lopez/Kaut; Chung/Cameron d. Johnson/Fields.Friday’s matchesChampionship — Ben Haukaas/Gabe Spind (Mark Morris) vs. Nate Kessi/Wilson Keller.Loser-out matches — Colin Slattery/Caleb Watters (WF West) vs. Max Firstenburg/Alex Miller (Columbia River); Joseph Chung/Cade Cameron (WF West) vs. Ethan Chung/Brady Anderson (RA Long) [email protected] COLUMBIA RIVER 3,WASHOUGAL 025-23, 25-17, 25-22WashougalHighlights — Emmy Campen 8 kills, 2 aces, 11 digs; Beyonce Bea 8 kills, 1 ace, 5 blocks, 7 digs; Jazmyne Williams 2 digs, 1 kill, 1 ace; Kaylee Baldwin 18 digs, 7 kills, 2 aces; Emily Johnson 4 kills, 4 aces, 15 digs, 18 assists.RiverHighlights — Maddie Sheron 8 kills, 1 block, 1 ace, 2 digs; Rylie Reeves 8 kills, 8 digs; Makenah Jackson 4 kills, 2 blocks; Corin Gutierrez 4 kills, 3 blocks, 2 digs; Alicia Wallingford 4 kills, 4 blocks, 1 ace, 1 dig; Jayden Foster 2 kills; Lexi Williams 26 assists, 5 digs, 1 kill; Emma Adams 7 digs, 1 kill, 1 ace; Hallie Worden 2 aces, 1 dig; Riley Zanas 2 aces, 2 digs, 1 assist; Sydney Waite 3 digs.HOCKINSON 3, R.A. LONG 1No report1A TRICO LEAGUE W LCastle Rock (10-1) 7 1King’s Way (10-2) 6 2La Center (11-2) 7 1Col.-W.Salmon (5-7) 2 6Stevenson (1-7) 1 7Seton Catholic (1-11) 1 7LA CENTER 3,KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 125-16, 17-25, 25-20, 25-22La CenterHighlights — Laynie Erickson 16 kills, 1 block, 17 digs, 1 ace; Amanda Holm 32 assists, 8 digs, 4 aces; Sydney Mairose 5 kills, 2 blocks, 5 digs, 4 aces; Abby Banholzer 2 kills, 5 blocks, 3 digs, 1 ace; Abby Hollopeter 4 digs, 1 ace; Tiffany Chandler 16 kills, 2 blocks, 15 digs; Katie Leslie 10 digs; Ceanna Johnston 13 digs; Mia Edwards  1 block, 1 assist.King’s Way ChristianHighlights — Delaney Devine 2 aces, 1 dig; Aly Evanson 9 digs; Katrina Cloyes 2 kills, 1 block, 4 digs; Tyra Schroeder 17 digs; Bridget Young 1 ace, 2 kills, 2 blocks, 2 digs; Brooke Mattila 8 kills, 3 blocks; Gracie Brown 14 kills, 3 aces, 1 block, 5 digs; Dana Snider 15 kills, 1 ace, 1 block, 8 digs; Abby Cummins 31 assists, 2 aces, 2 kills, 1 block, 2 digs Receive latest stories and local news in your email: FRIDAY’S SCHEDULEFOOTBALLBattle Ground vs. Union, 4:30 p.m. at McKenzie StadiumSkyview at Camas, 7 p.m. at Doc Harris StadiumFort Vancouver vs. Prairie, 7 p.m. at District StadiumMountain View at Kelso, 7 p.m.Hudson’s Bay vs. Evergreen, 7:30 p.m. at McKenzie StadiumHockinson at Washougal, 7 p.m.Woodland at Columbia River, 7 p.m.R.A. Long vs. Mark Morris, 7 p.m. at Longview Memorial StadiumKing’s Way Christian at Stevenson, 7 p.m.La Center at Columbia-White Salmon, 7 p.m.Seton Catholic at Castle Rock, 7 p.m.BOYS TENNIS4A district tournament at Club Green Meadows3A district tournament at Vancouver Tennis Center2A district tournament at Club Green MeadowsVOLLEYBALL4A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE W LSkyview (9-2) 6 1Camas (9-5) 6 1Union (7-5) 4 3Heritage (5-8) 2 6Battle Ground (2-9) 0 7CAMAS 3, SKYVIEW 212-25, 20-25, 25-23, 25-22, 15-11SkyviewHighlights — Madygrace Shorthouse 3 kills, 1 block, 3 digs; Gracie Brenner 14 kills, 1 block, 7 digs, 1 assist, 4 aces; Elizabeth Reid 1 kill, 1 block, 1 dig, 1 assist; Allyson Reid 5 kills, 11 blocks, 3 digs; Joyce Emmy 9 blocks, 4 kills, 3 digs; Lia Hawken 7 kills, 7 blocks, 4 digs, 1 assist, 2 aces; Tyra Schaub 3 blocks, 13 kills, 14 digs, 1 ace; Alexis Harris 1 kill, 9 digs, 21 assists, 1 ace; Sam Morrison 1 kill, 28 digs, 2 assists; Jo Osborn 7 digs; Michelle Rosvold 2 digs; Natalie Marshall 14 digs, 17 assists, 1 aceCamasHighlights — Emma Speakman 3 aces, 3 digs; Emma Villaluz 2 aces, 11 kills, 1 block, 23 assists, 7 digs; Grace Varsek 1 ace, 5 digs, 1 kill; Kate Golb 6 kills, 4 blocks; Jessie Westby 1 kill, 2 digs; Kylie Loewen 2 aces, 3 assists, 12 digs; Mackenzie Hancock 3 aces, 10 kills, 9 assists, 8 digs; Madi Hanton 4 kills, 1 block, 1 dig; Makayla Buzzell 1 ace, 1 assist, 2 digs; Mary Pipkin 7 kills, 2 blocks. HOCKINSON 2, R.A. LONG 0HockinsonGoals (assists) — Grace Abbott (Megan Stangel), Cailyn Broten (Katie Waggoner); Coach’s standout — Megan MinderseeHalftime — 0-0JV — Hockinson won.WASHOUGAL 1,COLUMBIA RIVER 0RiverGoalkeeper saves — Liz Canton 3, Alex Schulz 3.Halftime — 0-0JV — River 2-0.WashougalNo information provided.MARK MORRIS 3, WOODLAND  1No report1A TRICO LEAGUE W L TKing’s Way Chr. (10-1-2) 8 0 0La Center (5-8-1) 4 3 1Castle Rock (7-5-1) 3 3 1Columbia-WS (5-4-3) 3 2 2Stevenson (1-9-0) 1 6 0Seton Catholic (2-11) 1 6 0KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 10,LA CENTER 0King’s WayGoals (assists) — MacKenzie Ellertson, Ellertson (Annabelle Atwood), Bethany Hutchin (Ellertson), Ellertson (Alyssa Kainu), Tasia Roderick (Ellertson), Lucy Mohammadi (Ellertson), Hannah Moats (Ellertson), Amber Kolb (Ellertson), Moats (Kainu) Maddie Bertrand.; Goalkeeper saves — Hannah Moats 0, Sara Thudium 0.La CenterNo reportHalftime — King’s Way 5-0.COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON vs. CASTLE ROCKNo reportSETON CATHOLIC vs. STEVENSONNo reportBOYS CROSS COUNTRY4A DISTRICT MEETAt Lewisville Park; 5,000 metersIndividual champion — Daniel Maton (Camas) 15:53.CAMAS (15) — 1, Daniel Maton 15:53; 2, Jackson Lyne 16:06; 3, Sam Geiger 16:13; 4, Spencer Twyman 16:21; 5, Luc Utheza 16:27.HERITAGE (59) — 6, Ryan Cibart 16:38; 9, Vincenzo Robles 17:21; 11, Braedon Sitmmann 17:36; 14, Justin Cibart 16:38; 19, Kyler Spiller 18:01.BATTLE GROUND (73) — 8, Kyle Ganoung 17:11; 12, Nate Cooper 17:46; 13, Eli Kissinger 17:51; 18, Max Cunningham 17:59; 22, Beau Kissinger 18:05.SKYVIEW (106) — 15, Dylan Terry 17:55; 16, Andrew Thurston 17:56; 20, Vik Sahgal 18:02; 27, Hunter Davenport 18:21; 28, Jonathan Riley 18:29.UNION (113) — 17, Cameron Lantagne 17:58; 21, Andres Solorzano 18:04; 24, Jonah Mack 18:18; 25, Stewart Johnson 18:18; 26, Mikie Connell 18:18.3A DISTRICT MEETAt Kelso HS; 2.95 milesTeam scores (top 4 to regionals): Prairie 38, Kelso 48, Mountain View 70, Fort Vancouver 79, Hudson’s Bay 132, Evergreen 176. Share: Share: SkyviewNo reportHalftime — Camas, 7-1.JV — Camas won.UNION 6, BATTLE GROUND 0No report3A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE W L TPrairie (8-4-3) 8 0 1Mountain View (10-2-3) 7 1 1Kelso (9-3-3) 6 3 0Evergreen (7-8) 4 5 0Hudson’s Bay (3-12) 1 8 0Fort Vancouver (3-11) 0 9 0PRAIRIE 2, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0Mountain ViewGoalkeeper saves — Waverly Iverson 6. Coach’s standout — Alexis Sadler, Autumn McMahon.PrairieGoals (assists) — Savannah Harshbarger (unassisted), Paige Darley (unassisted); Goalkeeper saves — Alli Corral 3.Coach’s standout — Savannah Harshbarger, Paige Darley.Halftime — 1-0JV — Prairie 5-0KELSO 7, FORT VANCOUVER 0FortGoalkeeper saves — Mary Brown, Daisy Avaelos (no saves available). Coach’s standout — Citlali Carrillo.Halftime — Kelso, 3-0.JV — Kelso won.EVERGREEN 2, HUDSON’S BAY 0EvergreenGoals (assists) — Kylie Wilson (Milly Suarez), Ally Long (Tatyana Kozakov); Goalkeeper saves — Mikayla Hiler 1, Lyndsay Maygra 1.JV — Evergreen won.2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE W L PtHockinson (11-4) 9 2 25Mark Morris (9-3-1) 7 3 22Ridgefield (10-4) 7 3 18Columbia River (7-5-1) 6 4 18R.A. Long (5-8-1) 3 6 10Washougal (8-7) 4 7 13Woodland (3-9) 0 10 0Note: Teams receive 3 points for win, 2 points for win in penalty kick shootout, 1 for loss in penalty kick shootout. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Tim Martinez Columbian Assistant Sports Editor JV — Skyview 2-1C — Camas won.HERITAGE 3, BATTLE GROUND 118-25, 25-16, 25-15, 25-223A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE W LPrairie (11-1) 8 0Mountain View (7-3) 7 1Kelso (5-5) 4 3Evergreen (3-8) 2 5Hudson’s Bay (2-10) 1 7Fort Vancouver (1-10) 1 7PRAIRIE 3, HUDSON’S BAY 025-13, 25-10, 25-17PrairieHighlights — Katie Vroman 24 kills, 1 ace, 2 digs; Lainee Wilkins 34 assists, 5 digs, 1 kill, 2 aces; Maddi Cederholm 3 kills; Shelby Kocin 6 digs, 2 aces; Molly Packer 10 digs, 2 aces, 4 assists.BayNo reportJV, C — Prairie won.MOUNTAIN VIEW 3,FORT VANCOUVER 1 26-28, 25-8, 25-18, 25-7Mountain ViewHighlights — Lilly Shiuan 3 aces, 16 digs; Josie Davis 36 digs; Keiana Bonawitz 3 aces, 2 blocks, 3 kills, 7 digs, 46 assists; Grace Garmire 2 aces, 16 kills, 4 digs; Erika Strait 6 blocks, 4 kills, 3 digs; Mollie Doyle 3 aces, 2 blocks, 9 kills, 22 digs; Gabby Harper 1 ace, 10 kills, 6 digs; Bethani Cobb 1 block, 6 kills, 2 digs.JV — Mountain View 3-0.Fort VancouverHighlights— Isabelle Gousse 2 kills, 4 assists, 2 digs; Justine Jacob 1 kill, 2 digs; Ainez Jeannotte 12 kills, 4 blocks, 2 digs; Nina Albrecht 7 digs; Ceaira Jones 6 digs, 2 blocks; Diana Flores 5 kills, 3 digs; Jenny Kushnir 3 aces.EVERGREEN vs. KELSONo report2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE W LRidgefield (12-0) 10 0Woodland (10-2) 8 2Columbia River (8-4) 7 3Washougal (6-7) 5 6Hockinson (7-8) 4 7Mark Morris (3-9) 2 8R.A. Long (0-13) 0 10WOODLAND 3, MARK MORRIS 025-13, 25-22, 25-21WoodlandHighlights — Taylor Foster 15 kills, 3 aces; Gelina Wakefield 5 kills; Nicole Guthrie 19 assists, 1 block; Kyle Fredricks 11 assists; Elyse Booker 15 digs, 3 aces. GO JV — La Center won.SETON CATHOLIC 3,STEVENSON 218-25, 25-21, 23-25, 25-22, 16-14SetonHighlights — Haley Vick 27 digs, 1 assist; Elizabeth Niehaus 16 digs; Alicia Bigler 6 kills, 2 blocks, 1 ace; Jasmine Morgan, 7 digs, 1 block, 7 kills, 3 assists; Samantha McNeely 1 kill, 1 block; Savannah Smith 11 digs, 1 ace 2 kills, 1 block, 29 assists; Samantha Owen 5 kills, 2 blocks, 1 ace; Anna Yrjanson, 6 digs, 1 ace, 3 blocks, 13 kills.CASTLE ROCK 3, COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 0No report1B COLUMBIA VALLEY LEAGUEFIRM FOUNDATION 3, NASELLE 220-25, 25-22, 25-21, 22-25, 15-6Firm FoundationHighlights — Brooklyn Warren 7 digs, 12 asissts; Hannah Matson 1 ace, 20 digs; Elsie Helmes 9 digs, 1 block; Abby Helmes 7 digs, 5 assists; Darya Quint 1 ace, 2 digs; Anna Huntsinger 1 ace, 14 digs, 1 kill; Katie Kogler 1 ace, 13 digs, 15 kills, 5 blocks.THREE RIVERS CHRISTIAN 3, WASH. SCHOOL FOR DEAF 025-11, 25-17, 2-10Records — WSD (4-7, 0-5)GIRLS SOCCER4A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE W L TCamas (12-2-0) 6 0 0Union (6-5-4) 4 2 1Battle Ground (5-8-2) 3 3 1Skyview (4-5-5) 2 3 2Heritage (2-11-0) 0 7 0CAMAS 13, SKYVIEW 1CamasGoals (assists) — Maddie Kemp (Jenna Efraimson), Kemp (Efraimson), Kemp, Liz Parker, Jazzi Paulson (Kemp), Paulson (Kemp), Efraimson (Callie Rheaume), Kemp (Jennifer Connell), Kemp (Rheaume), Rheaume (Carla Jooste), Kemp, Jooste (Rheaume), own goal. Goalkeeper saves — Elaina DeMerritt 1, Isabella Gieszler 2. 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. @360TMart (360) 735-4538 Winner — Shun Yamaguchi (Mountain View) 15:29.40.Top 4 teams to bi-districtsTop 28 individuals advancePRAIRIE (38) — 3, Luke Lund 15:40.80; 5, Landon Gunter 16:23.30; 6, Isaac Moulton 16:24.40; 11, Ty Kneeshaw 17:08; 13, Luke Williams 17:24.40.KELSO (48) — 2, Colter Jorgeson 15:33; 8, Jimmy Peabody 16:48; 9, Drew Norman 17:02; 12, Jared Masterson 17:22; 17, Ryan McAnnich 17:48.MOUNTAIN VIEW (70) — 1, Shun Yamaguchi 15:29.40; 10, Mason Wrede 17:03.50; 16, Branden Chou 17:48; 18, Oliver CLauson 17:53.20; 25, Justin Keanini 18:04.FORT VANCOUVER (79) — 4, Drew Weber 16:19.80; 7, Cristian Huesos 16:41.50; 19, Gabe Daigle 17:57.50; 22, Ethan Clark 18:00.60; 27, Gavin Medina 18:20.10.HUDSON’S BAY (132) — 21, Elijah Sassmannshaussen 18:00.30; 23, Justin Terry 18:02.80; 28, Elijah Adams 18:21.40; 29, Emilio Ramirez 18:32.60; 31, Jorgan McHan 18:37.60.EVERGREEN (176) — 24, Lorenz Anguiano 18:02.90; 36, Luke Lundahl 19:40.30; 37, Seth Wampach 19:45.70; 39, Noah Fertick 19:59.30; 40, Luis Anguiano 20:04.50.2A GSHL CHAMPIONSHIPAt Vancouver Lake, 5,000mWinner — Kyle Radosevich (Ridgefield) 15:21.1WASHOUGAL (26) — 2, Gabriel Dinnel 15:50; 4, Troy Prince-Butterfield 16:34.3; 5, Ian Palmer 16:34.9; 7, Jonathan Wells 16:39; 8, Jackson Keyser 16:41.RIDGEFIELD (57) — 1, Kyle Radosevich 15:21; 6, Ian Abrams 16:36; 9, Logan Newman 16:46; 18, Mason Berry 17:07; 23, Ethan McQuivey 17:21.RA LONG (89) — 3, Nicholas Sarysz 16:27; 12, Zach Hayden 16:50; 20, Mitchell Bergquist 17:08; 26, Ethan Kingston 17:36; 28, Evan Davidson 17:38.HOCKINSON (98) — 15, Kai Conradie 16:58; 17, Samuel Morris 17:05; 19, Joshua Saeman 17:07; 22, Trevan Bischoff 17:18; 25, Tyler Peterson 17:33.COLUMBIA RIVER (132) — 10, Aidan Rowley 16:48; 21, Daniel Barna 17:11; 27, Jude Helmes 17:37; 30, Nathan Gassaway 17:49; 44, Evan Underland 20:06.MARK MORRIS (159) — 16, Kameron Warner 17:01; 31, Eric Bauman 18:06; 35, Antonio DaSilva 18:45; 38, Brodey Lamb 19:06; 39, Justin Wilson 19:07.WOODLAND (166) — 14, Parker Owen 16:58; 33, David Yager 18:07; 36, Judeah Sanders 19:00; 41, Joran Lamoreaux 19:30; 42, Josiah Sanders 19:42.GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY4A DISTRICT MEETAt Lewisville Park; 5,000 metersTeam scores — Camas 24, Skyview 55, Union 57, Battle Ground 130, Heritage 132.Individual champion — Halle Jenkins (Camas) 18:55.CAMAS — 1, Halle Jenkins 18:55; 2, Aspen Ashcraft 19:24; 6, Ashley McKinstry 20:13; 7, Elizabeth Nilles 20:21; 8, Camryn Mock 20:24.SKYVIEW — 3, Isabella Abbruzzese 19:41; 5, Presley Timmons 20:12; 13, Samantha Williams 21:12; 14, Phoebe Abbruzzese 21:14; 20, Emily Norton 22:33.UNION — 4, Haylee Brodahl 20:02; 10, Serena Smith 20:42; 12, Kiley O’Brien 21:07; 15, Emily Rosenkranz 21:20; 16, Brooklyn Baldwin 21:35.BATTLE GROUND — 19, Alena Stevens 22:29; 24, Kendra Matson 23:38; 26, Allison Marlin 24:11; 30, Nova Gomulkiewicz 25:00; 31, Sierra Smith 25:43.HERITAGE — 23, Christina Blinsman 23:14; 25, Piper Lemon 23:58; 27, Bellora Robles 24:19; 28, Emilie Sitmann 24:20; 29, Kaylee McDonald 24:21.3A DISTRICT MEETAt Kelso HS; 2.95 milesWinner — Emily Phelps (Fort Vancouver) 18:03.30.Top 4 teams to bi-districtsTop 28 individuals advancePRAIRIE (31) — 2, Meri Dunford 18:32.50; 5, Andrea Cernuda-Herraiz 19:59.50; 7, Alysia Fraly 20:21.30; 8, Sally Anderson 20:25.90; 9, Mary McLeod 20:33.60.FORT VANCOUVER (48) — 1, Emily Phelps 18:03.30; 4, Anna Harrison 19:15.20; 11, Dhamar Campos 21:00; 13, Shelby Willett 21:25.30; 19, Khonnie Ecklund 21:49.10.KELSO (76) — 10, Kyla Shoddy 20:51; 15, Aria Larsen 21:32; 16, Megan Gott 21:39; 17, Hailee Farmer 21:41; 18, Mayci Bloomfeldt 21:44.MOUNTAIN VIEW (78) — 3, Jasmine Bates 18:48.90; 6, Jessica Fidler 20:04.90; 22, Lily Gable 22:01.90; 23, Madeline Hill 23:03.30; 24, Mana Yamaguchi 22:05.90.EVERGREEN (132) — 12, Trinity Siehl 21:07.60; 28, Chloe Stahlheber 23:21.30; 29, Gabby Durall 23:30.30; 31, Francesca Zino 23:47.30; 32, Eris Delay 23:55.20.HUDSON’S BAY (INC.) — Cassie Trimble 21:27.90; Sofia Pekley 22:28.40; Paige German 23:21.50.2A GSHL CHAMPIONSHIPAt Vancouver Lake, 5,000mWinner — Amelia Pullen (Washougal) 18:05.6.HOCKINSON (45) — 2, Allyson Peterson 19:24; 7, Taylor Kopp 20:42; 10, Adyson Dyer 21:17; 12, Marissa Bulder 21:30; 17, Ellie Ritter 21:51.WASHOUGAL (48) — 1, Amelia Pullen 18:05; 3, Savea Mansfield 20:09; 11, Meryl Keeler 21:22; 15, Brooklyn Bausch 21:43; 18, Annabelle Palmer 21:55.RIDGEFIELD (64) —5, Jane Kuberich 20:26; 6, Ashley Hunter 20:37; 9, Ashley Vega 21:10; 21, Grace Goode 22:36; 25, Caitlin Kong 23:11.COLUMBIA RIVER (90) — 4, Lucia Ianello 20:16; 16, Hanna Dyer 21:49; 23, Eva Hanes 22:45; 24, Makenna John 22:45; 26, Kensley Crabtree 23:51.R.A. LONG (109) — 8, Kierrla Yates 20:58; 13, Miranda Lomax 21:39; 27, Madison Pittman 23:57; 29, isabel Carleton 24:31; 36, Nelly Ramirez 27:19.MARK MORRIS (161) — 31, Chloe Jones 25:12; 32, Josie Boultinghouse 25:16; 33, Hailey King 25:20; 34, Olivia Fitzgerald 25:25; 37, Cassidy Bonser 28:15.BOYS TENNIS2A DISTRICT TOURNAMENTlast_img read more

Early Bird Globetrotters Save on New Zealand Vacations with Goway

first_imgGoway is offering Globetrotters ‘Early Bird’ savings on escorted New Zealand tours, plus bonuses on its most popular outdoor New Zealand vacation.  Small but immensely popular in high season, New Zealand can present a challenge to travelers who wait too long to book their accommodation or transport. An APT coach vacation takes care of both these problems, moving Globetrotters around the country in air conditioned comfort, with high quality accommodation in every stop, and an itinerary designed to show guests what they came to New Zealand to see. APT is one of the South Pacific’s most trusted names in travel, family owned for over 90 years, with multiple awards and a 98% satisfaction rating from its guests. Summer high season has just ended in New Zealand, but the island country’s small population and growing popularity mean bookings for 2017 and early 2018 will fill up fast. Passengers who book by April 30, 2017 will receive 7.5% off when booking at least 10 months ahead of their trip. Those booking 6 months ahead will receive a 5% discount. In addition, there is no single supplement for solo travelers happy to share a room with another solo traveler of the same gender. Independent travelers preferring to eschew the coach touring option but still explore New Zealand outdoors can enjoy Goway’s Out and About in New Zealand. This 10-day, flight-inclusive itinerary takes Globetrotters directly to Auckland and Queenstown, including a hop-on, hop-off bus ticket to help them explore, and trips out to Auckland’s beautiful harbor islands. On reaching Queenstown, they’ll enjoy a ride through the canyons of the Shotover River on one of its famous jetboats. The itinerary also includes tickets for the Skyline Gondola, Queenstown. Guests who book the Out and About in New Zealand by April 30 will enjoy a bonus upgrade of a buffet lunch at Stratosphere Restaurant, where they can look out over Queenstown and the Remarkables mountain range. This limited offer also includes one complimentary night in Auckland.last_img read more

Travel Marketing Veteran Jayne O’Brien Joins Scenic Group

first_imgHeading up Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours, Scenic Eclipse and Emerald Waterways  Boston, MA, November 29th, 2018 – Scenic Group has announced the appointment of Jayne O’Brien to the position of Managing Director USA, where she will oversee sales & marketing operations of Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours, Scenic Eclipse and Emerald Waterways. Jayne will be based in the company’s Boston office as of December 3 and can be reached at [email protected] Jayne has extensive experience in developing, implementing and overseeing branding, marketing and commercial leadership strategies with several global organizations including British Airways, Intercontinental Hotels, Regus PLC and Dubai Properties Group. “Bringing Jayne onboard as a managing director is a true win for us,” states Anna Wolfsteiner, Scenic Group Senior Vice President of Sales & Distribution. “Her extraordinary experience in marketing and branding, coupled with living and working in markets throughout the world, brings a global perception that fits well into our current and future plans.” During an 18-year career at British Airways, Jayne held senior branding, marketing and commercial roles and was responsible for developing and leading many of BA’s most successful brand and product initiatives, including the first ‘flat bed’ in Business Class (Club World), and a new brand, World Traveller plus (economy plus). Jayne served as chief marketing officer with Regus Group and Dubai Properties Group. Her most recent experience was as SVP Global Brands & Marketing Services at Intercontinental Group. “I am delighted to be joining Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours and Emerald Waterways at such an exciting time in the groups’ history and growth,” offers Jayne. “I have been truly impressed by the company and its incredible ships and top-notch tours and look forward to augmenting and adding to the US team’s effort in driving the business forward and growing the US market share.” Jayne graduated from London University with a degree in Serbo-Croat with Eastern European studies. She also spent time at Zagreb University, Croatia, studying Croatian, as well as attending Ashridge Management College and Harvard Business School. Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours has grown over its 31-year history to include award-winning, all-inclusive escorted tours that take participants to many of the world’s most fascinating destinations and since 2008, its 15 Space-Ships offer truly all-inclusive, five-star river cruises in Europe, SE Asia, Russia and Egypt. In 2019, Scenic is introducing the world’s first Discovery Yacht, the 228-guest Scenic Eclipse, and a sister ship to launch in 2020. Sister brand Emerald Waterways has seven Star-Ships offering European river sailings with an eighth (Emerald Harmony) launching in 2019 for SE Asia’s Mekong River. Exclusive charters are offered on the Irrawaddy Explorer in South East Asia; the MS Rossia along the Volga River in Russia; the Adriatic Princess yacht in Croatia; and the MS Hamees on the Nile. Additional information on these and other cruises, brochures and reservations can be obtained via travel agents or www.scenicusa.com; phone 844-788-7985; or email: [email protected] Brochures can also be downloaded directly from the website.last_img read more