Thursday (4-12) highlights


Mountain View 9, Columbia River 1: Riley O’Dell tossed a four-hitter, striking out 10. Ryan Johnson hit a homer for the Thunder.

Kelso 7, Camas 5: The Hilanders scored six runs in the third inning and handed Camas its first loss of the 3A GSHL season.

Hudson’s Bay 13, Fort Vancouver 0: Bay head coach Ben McGrew is 1-0 lifetime against Fort head coach Bryce McGrew. The brothers shook hands before AND after the game.

Union 9, Heritage 8, 8 innings: The game was exciting in itself, but then there is something really odd in the boxscore: Clint Coulter stole five bases. If a catcher in MLB steals five bases in a season, he’s a fantasy stud. The only dude who could throw him out was himself.


Heritage 5, Evergreen 4: Dalaney Tuholski drove in two runs and hit two doubles for the Timberwolves.

Battle Ground 3, Union 2: All the scoring came in the first inning. Haley Hamilton hit a two-run double for the Tigers.

Prairie 15, Hudson’s Bay 0: Taylor Bussey continued her hot bat, going 4 for 4.

Kelso 4, Mountain View 0: Who says the Columbian can’t give a shout-out to a Kelso athlete? Julia Breidt struck out 12 in her four-hit shutout.

Camas 9, Columbia River 1: Sarah Nidick struck out six in a four-hitter and she hit a home run. Teammate Amee Aarhus had four hits.

Ridgefield 2, R.A. Long 1: Sam Rice’s sacrifice fly drove in the go-ahead run in the fifth inning.


Hockinson 3, Washougal 1: It was Mitchell Pinney night. He scored all three goals.

King’s Way 2, Stevenson 1 (4-3 shootout): Sebastian Baker got the final goal in the shootout, then he saved the potential tying shot in the final round.

Seton Catholic 3, Toledo 1: Erik Powell had a goal and an assist.


Columbia River’s Chloe Bartek shot a 75 and won the Chieftain Invitational by 11 strokes. … Skyview won team title. Central Catholic was second, followed by Prairie.

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