High school scoreboard Sept. 30

first_imgHigh school scoreboard Sept. 30 At Portland Meadows, 5000 metersDANNER CHAMPIONSHIPTeams — 1, Summit 38; 2, Eagle 101; 3, Cherry Creek 112; Also: 5, Camas 167.Winner — 1, Ella Brosheim (Bellarmine Prep) 17:32.00.CAMAS — 16, Aspen Ashcraft 18:32.60; 21, Halle Jenkins 18:46.40; 52, Ashley McKinstry 19:50.80; 53, Elizabeth Nilles 19:50.80; 65, Camryn Mock 20:10.10.Other locals — 13, Amelia Pullen (Washougal) 18:25.00; 19, Lucy Ianello (Columbia River) 18:38.20; 27, Meri Dunford (Prairie) 18:59.40; 30, Allyson Peterson (Hockinson) 19:01.30.DIVISION 1Teams — 1, Hood River Valley 77; 2, Bishop Blanchet 128; 3, Holy Names 134. Also: 6, Union 184.Winner — Delaney Griffin (Franklin) 18:41.90.UNION — 16, Haylee Brodahl 19:33.20; 26, Brooklyn Baldwin 19:46.30; 45, Serena Smith 20:13.10; 55, Emily Rosenkranz 20:23.60; 62, Callie Mills 20:34.50.DIVISION 2Teams — 1, Mira Mesa 110; 2, Northwest 127; 3, Cedarcrest 153; Also: 9, Hockinson 234; 19, Prairie 416.Winner — 1,  Rachel Newhard (Klahowya) 19:08.50.HOCKINSON —27, Abby Orman 20:44.30; 35, Ellie Ritter 20:59.10; 57, Adyson Dyer 21:29.30; 61, Taylor Kopp 21:37.20; 63, Julia Zora 21:39.60.PRAIRIE — 19, Andrea Cernuda-Herraiz 20:15.60; 68, Sally Anderson 21:44.30; 103, Alysia Fraly 22:47.80; 118, Hannah Kneeshaw 23:18.20; 133, Hannah Close 23:54.60.Other locals — 65, Suzie Johnson (Cedar Tree Classical) 21:41.60; 109, Marissa Hunter (Cedar Tree Classical) 22:53DIVISION 3Teams — 1, McKay 161; 2, Corcoran 184; 3, Shorewood 187. Also: 16, Ridgefield 399; 21, Battle Ground 538; 22, Columbia River 539; 27, Evergreen 680.Winner — Jazmine Liebl (McKay) 19:46.10.RIDGEFIELD — 21, Jane Kuberich 20:54.60; 59, Ashley Hunter 21:55.40; 90, Ashley Vega 22:51.70; 126, Ariel Griffith 24:01.60; 132, Grace Goode 24:10.10.BATTLE GROUND — 50, Alena Stevens 21:47.20; 100, Kendra Matson 23:07.50; 131, Julia Jensen 24:05.60; 143, Emma Pearce 24:29.40; 164, Allison Marlin 25:16.70.COLUMBIA RIVER — 55, Hanna Dyer 21:52.10; 111, Daniela DeLaPaz 23:27.70; 113, Makenna John 23:34.70; 123, Kensley Crabtree 23:58.00; 183, Josslyn Fraser 26:39.20.EVERGREEN — 89, Trinity Siehl 22:51.70; 121, Chloe Stahlheber 23:52.70; 170, Eris Delay 25:45.50; 188, Francesca Zico 27:20.00; 189, Kyra Dejesus-Wood 27:24.10.Other local — 79, Savanna Woody (King’s Way Christian) 22:31.90.CURTIS XC INVITATIONALAt Chambers Creek, 5,000 metersVARSITY 1 RACELocal finishersMOUNTAIN VIEW — 19, Jasmine Bates 20:17.50; 55, Jessica Fidler 21:51.10; 91, Noelle Garrett 24:13.80; 111, Hannah O’Meara 25:46.50.VARSITY 2 RACEMOUNTAIN VIEW — 42, Mana Yamaguchi 23:58.60.MARK LYLE MEMORIAL INVITEAt Montesano, 5,000 metersTeam scores — 1, Woodland 15.Winner — 1, Madelyn Olson(Montesano) 23:45.WOODLAND — 2, Lauren Kaiser 23:59; 6, Annika McCarty 25:07; 11, Rachel Tracy 29:57; 12, Anita Koutny 30:10; 13, Marlene Jacobs 30:21. Share: Share: PASSING — MM: Dawson Fritz 3-5-39, Cole Busch 5-9-60; CR: Dawson Lieurance 6-10-117, Matthew Asplund 6-13-71, Colby Rabitoy 1-1-35.RECEIVING — MM: Jack Shipley 4-74, Dawson Fritz 2-14, Willie Harris 1-8, Keoni Makaiwi 1-3; CR: Will Buss 2-44, Tristan Hoyer 5-75, Kanen Eaton 1-32, Blake Bryan 3-41, Jarrett Seelbinder 1-22, Kaleb Kier 1-9VOLLEYBALLLUMBER JILL INVITATIONALSeton CatholicHighlights — Erin McCoy 5 digs; Elizabeth Niehaus 8 digs; Alicia Bigler, 6 kills, 5 blks, 1dig,2 ace; Jasmine Morgan, 13 kills, 3 blks, 10 digs; Anna Yrjanson, 21 kills, 6 blks, 8 digs; Rebecca Vu, 22 digs, 1 ace; Savannah Smith, 5 kills, 3 blocks, 12 digs, 5 ace, 32 assist; Saron Sihel, 3 kills, 1 dig Tim Martinez Columbian Assistant Sports Editor [email protected] GIRLS SOCCER3A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE W LMountain View (6-1-2) 3 0Prairie (3-4-2) 3 0Kelso (5-1-3) 2 1Evergreen (4-5) 1 2Fort Vancouver (3-5-0) 0 3Hudson’s Bay (2-7-0) 0 3PRAIRIE 1, KELSO 0PrairieGoals (assists) — Savannah Harshbarger (un). Goalkeeper saves — Allie Corral 3. Coach’s standouts — Harshbarger, Mia Davis.Halftime — 0-0JV — Kelso 2-1BOYS CROSS COUNTRYNIKE PORTLAND XCAt Portland Meadows, 5000 metersDANNER CHAMPIONSHIPTeams — 1, Tahoma 116; 2, Camas 126; 3, Long Beach Poly 139; Also: 12, Washougal 314.Winner — 1, Bradley Peloquin (Gig Harbor) 15:06.50.CAMAS — 13, Daniel Maton 15:45.40; 17, Jackson Lyne 15:45.40; 29, Spencer Twyman 15:58.90; 36, Luc Utheza 16:05.90; 38, Gage Reed 16:05.90.WASHOUGAL — 18, Gabriel Dinnel 15:46.70; 71, Ian Palmer 16:33.90; 84, Jonathan Wells 16:43.70; 90, Troy Prince-Butterfield 16:49.30; 96, Jackson Keyser 16:53.40.Other locals — 5, Kyle Radosevich (Ridgefield) 15:29.60.DIVISION 1Teams — 1, Warren 105; 2, Bishop Blanchet 156; 3, Kuna 163.Locals — 20, August Albers (Cedar Tree Classical) 16:38.80; 93, Joshua Bradshaw 17:32.90.DIVISION 2Teams — 1, Mira Mesa 141; 2, Warren 199; 3, Corcoran 206; 14, Prairie 323; 15, Battle Ground 334.Winner — 1, Trevor Cross (Dallas) 16:11.50.PRAIRIE — 11, Luke Lund 16:33.80; 53, Isaac Moulton 17:19.80; 63, Landon Gunter 17:37.60; 96, Caden Hoyt 18:08.30; 104,  Ty Kneeshaw 18:17.00. BATTLE GROUND — 36, Kyle Ganoung 16:54.70; 59, Nate Cooper 17:29.10; 70, Eli Kissinger 17:43.10; 71, Max Cunningham 17:43.90; 102, Beau Kissinger 18:14.90.DIVISION 3Teams — 1, Medical Lake 126; Mt. Rainier 147; 3, Ridgefield 171. Also: 6, Hockinson 262; 16, Columbia River 397; 29, Cedar Tree Classical; 30, Union.Winner — Matthew Frazeur (Stayton) 16:20.40.RIDGEFIELD — 9, Ian Abrams 17:21.20; 10, Logan Newman 17:21.40; 43, Mason Barry 17:53.50; 50, Micah Adams 17:57.40; 66, Austin Vega 18:10.60.HOCKINSON — 12, Trevan Bischoff 17:22.00; 25, Joshua Saeman 17:37.00; 47, Tyler Peterson 17:55.60; 91, Ethan Hsu 18:30.70; 99, Kai Conradie 18:40.90.COLUMBIA RIVER — 11, Aidan Rowley 17:21.60; 45, Joe Kramer 17:54.30; 46, Alex Hewitt 17:55.50; 134, Zach Hays 19:16.90; 185, Tyler Halgren 20:05.60.CEDAR TREE CLASSICAL — 121, Ezekiel Cochran 19:05.10; 126, Joe Gourley 19:08.80; 158, Sawyer McIntosh 19:39.10; 170, Micah Stewart 19:49.10; 208, Cai McIntosh 20:46.UNION — 73, Cameron Lantagne 18:16; 176, Thomas Nguyen 19:55.70; 179, Jaxon Milligan 20:01.50; 191, Michael Weatherford 20:12.00; 192, Meddy Kermorvant 20:12.30.Other locals — 41, Nathan Rose (King’s Way Christian) 17:52.90; 118, Lorenzo Anguiano (Evergreen) 19:01.30; 169, Foxx Walz (King’s Way Christian) 19:48.30; 181, Luke Lundahl (Evergreen) 20:02.20; 187, Justin Pilgrim (King’s Way Christian) 20:10.70; 207, Jackson Moses (King’s Way Christian) 20:42.60; 221, Noah Fertick (Evergreen) 21:18.20; 222, Seth Wampach (Evergreen) 21:19.40.CURTIS XC INVITATIONALAt Chambers Creek, 5,000 metersLocal finishersVARSITY 1 RACEHERITAGE — 6, Ryan Cibart 16:24.90; 28, Justin Cibart 17:11.70; 51, Vincenzo Robles 17:46.90; 61, Braedon Sitmann 17:55.30.MOUNTAIN VIEW — 21, Shun Yamaguchi 16:59.20; 73, Mason Wrede 18:07.20; 92, Oliver Clauson 18:32.60; 110, Justin Keanini 18:57.30.VARSITY 2 RACEHERITAGE — 14, Kyler Spiller 18:06.30.MOUNTAIN VIEW — 45, Anthony Johnson 19:11.90.MARK LYLE MEMORIAL INVITEAt Montesano, 5,000 metersTeam scores — 1, Montesano 34; 2, Woodland 42; 3, Hoquiam 54.Winner — 1, Martin Shuck (Montesano) 17:34.WOODLAND — 3, Parker Owen 18:03; 6, David Yager 18:44; 8, Tuff Biddix 18:53; 14, Judeah Sanders 20:11; 15, Joran Lamoreaux 20:18.GIRLS CROSS COUNTRYNIKE PORTLAND XC FOOTBALLSTEVENSON 28,SETON CATHOLIC 19Steve 7 0 7 14—28SC 0 6 7 6—19First quarterSt — Lincoln Krog 15 pass from Brandon Connell (Manning Smith kick)Second quarterSC — Taj Muhammad 3 run (kick failed)Third quarterSC —Muhammad 54 interception return (Seth Moore kick)St — Krog 71 pass from Connell (Smith kick)Fourth quarterSt — Connell 3 run (Smith kick)St — Krog 14 run (Smith kick)SC — Luke Pitzer 10 pass from Luke Price (run failed)INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING — Stevenson: Lincoln Krog 19-199, Isaac Hoidal 4-42, Preston Lowery 3-8, Connell 6-1, Desmond Phillips 4-(minus-2), team 2-(minus-2). Seton Catholic: Muhammad 7-72, CJ Hamblin 11-25, Elijah Volk 9-19, Myles McGovern 2-8, Price 9-3.PASSING — Stevenson: Connell 8-16-2-133. Seton Catholic: Price 11-16-2-87.RECEIVING — Stevenson: Krog 4-109, Hoidal 3-29, Lowery 1-(minus-5). Seton Catholic: Muhammad 7-52, Joe Deary 2-19, Pitzer 1-10, Volk 1-6.SATURDAY’S STATE SCORESCascade Christian 45, Bellevue Christian 7Enumclaw 57, Kennedy 48Federal Way 37, Kentlake 14Quilcene 50, Tacoma Baptist 34Late Friday’s resultsCOLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 19, CASTLE ROCK 14CWS 0 7 0 12—19C.Rock 0 7 7 0—14Second quarterCWS — Cesar Isordia 30 pass from Austin Charters (Isordia kick)CR — Wyatt Partridge 3 run (Coleman Guerrero kick)Third quarterCR — Partridge 26 run (Guerrero kick)Fourth quarterCWS — Isordia 1 run (kick blocked)CWS — Trenton Howard 20 run (run failed)INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING — Columbia-White Salmon: Howard 20-168, Charters 11-41, Isordia 8-27, Chandlor Bucklin 1-4.PASSING — Columbia-White Salmon: Charters 6-10-0-77.RECEIVING — Columbia-White Salmon: Isordia 3-41, Bucklin 3-36.COLUMBIA RIVER 14, MARK MORRIS 13Col.River 0 7 0 7—14M.Morris 0 7 0 6—13Second quarterMM — Willie Harris 2 run (kick good)CR — Tristan Hoyer 47 pass from Dawson Lieurance (Cade Lujan kick)Fourth quarterMM — Keoni Makaiwi 3 pass from Cole Busch (kick failed)CR — Jarrett Seelbinder 22 pass from Lieurance (Cade Lujan kick)INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING — MM: Ethan West 10-36, Hunter Byman 5-25, Timur Berishev 4-0, Willie Harris 6-30, Keoni Makaiwi 8-46, Dawson Fritz 6-34, Cole Busch 2-3; CR: Jarrett Seelbinder 12-30, Kaleb Kier 3-16, Matthew Asplund 3-29, Isaac Bibb-O’Neil 7-26, Will Buss 1-22, Jackson Fobbs 1-5.center_img Follow The Columbian on Instagram Receive latest stories and local news in your email: By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor Published: September 29, 2018, 11:16pm @360TMart Follow By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. 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Bringin It Home to Sherbrooke

first_imgThree of Atlantic Canada’s rising-star songwriters will be presented in concert on Thursday, March 23, when Music Nova Scotia’s Bringin’ It Home tour visits the Sherbrooke Courthouse at Historic Sherbrooke Village. Pictou County’s Dave Gunning is among the performers. Gunning, who has performed at Sherbrooke Village and at the Stan Rogers Folk Festival, is returning to Sherbrooke hot on the heels of representing Nova Scotia at the prestigious South by Southwest Music and Media Conference in Austin, Texas. He was nominated in the categories of male artist and album of the year at the recent East Coast Music Awards (ECMAs). Steven Bowers, another favoured performer, has been described as “an exciting young singer-songwriter with the soul of an old poet” and has co-written with Dave Gunning, Rylee Madison and Ron Hynes. He appeared at last year’s Stan Rogers Folk Festival and has showcased at Canadian Music Week, and at the ECMAs. His acoustic-based original songs range from folk to funk, from country to roots-rock. The talent lineup also includes Meaghan Smith, who has been nominated for two Music Nova Scotia Awards and has won the CBC’s Galaxy Rising Star Award for best new artist. This is the third successive year that Sherbrooke Village has been selected to host a portion of the Bringin’ It Home Tour. “It’s a great package and I know our audiences will enjoy hearing three such talented songwriters,” said George Brothers, who produces the regular Courthouse Concert series at Sherbrooke Village. “Dave Gunning is a singer-songwriter on the verge of international stardom, and Steven Bowers and Meaghan Smith are phenomenal talents as well. The combination of these superb performers and a great venue such as the Courthouse, make this a don’t-miss show.” The line-up for the Sherbrooke Courthouse Summer Concert series will be announced during the Bringin’ It Home Concert. Tickets for the show, which begins at 7:30 p.m, are $10. For further information call 1-888-743-7845 or 522-2400.last_img read more

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