Tuesday (April 17) highlights
Mountain View 3, Camas 1: The Thunder handed Camas its first loss of the season, getting goals from Rylan Berriman, Myles Belnavis, and Ngawang Choephel.
Skyview extends lead in 4A GSHL: The Storm survived against Evergreen 3-2, while second-place Union was held to a 0-0 tie against Battle Ground. The Storm now have a five-point lead in the standings.
Ridgefield 3, La Center 1: The Spudders improved to 8-0 this season.
Mountain View 16, Prairie 11: Jessica Alcomendas went 3 for 3 with a home run and two doubles and drove in five runs for the Thunder. Teammate Jordyn Paul connected for a grand slam. Alyssa Nance had three hits and drove in three runs for Prairie.
Heritage 8, Union 4: The Timberwolves scored the final eight runs of the game. Dalaney Tuholski went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs. Kaitlyn McCreary hit a home run for Heritage.
Ridgefield sweeps Ilwaco: Shannon Boyle struck out 16 batters in two, five-inning games.
Skyview alone in first place: The Storm beat Union 8-2, and Evergreen topped Battle Ground 12-6, leaving the Storm atop the 4A GSHL standings at 6-2. Evergreen and Battle Ground are 5-3.
Bay’s Hale strikes out a dozen: Buck Hale struck out 12 Chieftains, leading Hudson’s Bay to a 5-4 victory over Columbia River. Hale also drove in three runs.
Camas 4, Prairie 2: The Papermakers scored two times in the seventh inning to top Prairie.
Mountain View 3, Kelso 1: Zach Torson three a three-hitter to lead the Thunder. Mountain View scored once in the sixth and twice in the seventh to rally for the win.
Columbia River 212, Hudson’s Bay 251: Chloe Bartek fired an even-par 36 to pace the Chieftains.
Prairie 177, Mountain View 180: Jami Stillwell and Amanda Poore each broke 40 to lead the Falcons.
TRACK AND FIELD
BG’s Blackman gets an interesting triple: Jake Blackman won both hurdles events. Nothing too out of the ordinary there. But then he also won the shot put in a dual against Heritage.