High school scoreboard Sept. 7

first_img SKYVIEW 5, EVERGREEN 1Singles — Jonathan Hutley (S) def. Tyler Livingston 6-1, 7-5; G Aukla (E) def. Jaxon Mills 3-6, 6-0, 6-3; Nathan Whitson (S) def. Finn Chenvert 3-6, 6-2, 6-2.Doubles — Joey Gaylor and Sean Wilcox (S) def. Trevor Stowell and Porter Lorange 6-1, 6-0; Keagan O’leary and Henry Liles (S) def. Ben Bettz and Ricky Liao 6-3, 7-5; Ethan Smiley and Noah Mariotti (S) def. Cedric Hardy and Davey Hull 6-1, 6-1.JV — Skyview 5, Evergreen 1.BOYS GOLFCOLUMBIA RIVER 157, RIDGEFIELD 154, UNION 159At par-35 Lewis RiverCOLUMBIA RIVER — Isaiah Lamont 39, Brady Yackley 38, Alden Say 52, Sam James 47, Nate Schreiner 40, Ryan Snyder 40. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. (360) 735-4538 Halftime — Hudson’s Bay 4-0.COLUMBIA RIVER 1, PRAIRIE 0Columbia RiverGoals (assists) — Gracia Larson (Yaneisy Rodriguez; Goalkeeper saves — Liz Canton 5.Halftime — 1-0.JV — River 3-2.CAMAS 8, HOCKINSON 1CamasGoals (assists) — Carla Jooste (Maddie Kemp), Justine Pauly (Kemp), Kemp (unassisted), Jooste (Callie Rheaume), Jenna Efraimson (unassisted), Anna Sanchez (Kemp), Logan Hamilton (unassisted), Jooste (Jennifer Connell); Goalkeeper saves — Elaina DeMerritt 2, Isabella Geizszler 1.HockinsonGoals (assists) — Alyssa Pfaender (penalty). Coach’s standout — Ellie Seekins.Halftime — 3-1.JV — Camas 5-0.MOUNTAIN VIEW 2, BATTLE GROUND 0Mountain ViewGoals (assists) — Olivia Fothergill (Alexis Sadler), Fothergill (unassisted); Goalkeeper saves — Waverly Iverson 5. Coach’s standout — Nina Allen, Alexis Sadler.Halftime — 1-0.JV — BG 4-2.UNION 3, RIDGEFIELD 0UnionGoals (assists) — Maddie Goss (Macee Woods), Lexi Raymore (Woods), Goss (penalty kick); Goalkeeper saves — Taylor Timmon 1, Lizzie Anderson 2. Coach’s standouts — Audrey Moehring and Olivia Euverman.Halftime — 2-0.JV — Ridgefield 2-1.WOODLAND 4, LA CENTER 2La CenterGoals (assists) — Quinn Wiseman (Kaiya Villines), Wiseman (Lindsey Barsness); Goalkeeper saves — Coral Clark 6, Maddie Rose 5. Coach’s standout — Nina Allen, Alexis Sadler. FRIDAY’s SCHEDULEFOOTBALLHeritage vs. Hudson’s Bay, 5 p.m. at Kiggins BowlHazen at Camas, 7 p.m. at Doc Harris StadiumSkyview at Columbia River, 7 p.m.Union at El Cerrito (Calif.), 7 p.m.Mountain View at Juanita, 7 p.m.Prairie at Washougal, 7 p.m.Centralia vs. Evergreen, 7 p.m. at McKenzie StadiumRidgefield vs. Fort Vancouver, 8 p.m. at Kiggins BowlKelso vs. R.A. Long, 7 p.m. at Longview Memorial StadiumWoodland at La Center, 7 p.m.Seton Catholic at Charles Wright Academy, 7 p.m.King’s Way Christian at Tenino, 7 p.m.Stevenson at Corbett (Ore.), 7 p.m.Columbia-White Salmon at Ilwaco, 7 p.m.CROSS COUNTRYBattle Ground, Heritage, Skyview at Hudson’s Bay Steve Maas Run-A-Ree, 3 p.m.BOYS TENNISBattle Ground at Fort Vancouver, 3:30 p.m.Washougal at Hudson’s Bay, 3:30 p.m.VOLLEYBALLWOODLAND 3, KALAMA 025-12, 25-14, 25-12WoodlandHighlights — Taylor Foster 12 kills, 4 aces; Emma Swett 6 kills, 8 assists, 4 aces; Nicole Guthrie 11 assists; Kyle Storie 3 kills; Elyse Booker 9 digs, 3 aces. GO Share: tim.martinez@columbian.com Share: High school scoreboard Sept. 7 RIDGEFIELD — Cade Bringhurst 37, Kellen Bringhurst 45, Kale Suomi 37, Caden Whitsitt 40, Cruze Collins 46, Nick Radosenich 40.UNION — Seth Finnie 35, Chase Williams 39, Camden Mills 43, James Hu 42, Andrew Rushing 49, Will Rushing 46.JV — Ridgefield 178, Columbia River 185.BATTLE GROUND 169, EVERGREEN 201At par-37 CedarsBattle Ground — Anthony Tobias 39, Nick Leckwold 42, Cade Barker 43, Alex Salinas 35, Brendan Beall 47, Gage Hay 55.Evergreen — Forest Fearrington 49, Blake Whitehead 50, Jared Moser 51, Anthony Tomas 51, Gabriel Browningwell 52, Dylan Hanks 58. 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. Subscribe Today Receive latest stories and local news in your email: @360TMart CAMAS 168, WASHOUGAL 204At par-36 Camas MeadowsCAMAS — Owen Huntington 38, Derek Harker 41, Caleb Shira 43, Braden Taylor 46, Cameron Miller 49.WASHOUGAL — Oliver Evers 45, Kolton Andrews 57, Cole Mael 52, Payton Cockerman 60, Bryce Holmes 62.JV — Camas won.CAMAS 168, PRAIRIE 171At par-36 Camas MeadowsWASHOUGAL — Cam Beeson 44, Isaac Kinsman 39, Hugh Foster 47, Carter MIller 47, Josh Kuzmovich 42.CAMAS — Owen Huntington 38, Derek Harker 41, Caleb Shira 43, Braden Taylor 46, Cameron Miller 49.JV — Camas won.HERITAGE 221, FORT VANCOUVER INCOMPLETEAt par-36 Green MeadowsHERITAGE — Ethan Flaherty 53, Griffin Martinez 56, Seaver Smith 56, Bryce Wickum 56.FORT VANCOUVER — Jack Butterfield 63.MOUNTAIN VIEW 158, SKYVIEW 169 At par-37 Tri MountainMOUNTAIN VIEW — Graham Moody 38, Willy Yeh 35, Tyler Klepec 43, Evan Zuvich 42, Jack Campbell 50.SKYVIEW — Anthony Chae 34, Dustin Brooks 43, Morgan Huseby 48, Jacob McAtee 44, Thomas Pedigo 53.JV — Skyview 196, Mountain View 225.FOOTBALLHOCKINSON 42, ARCHBISHOP MURPHY 13Hock 7 28 7 7 — 42ATM 3 10 0 0— 13First quarterATM — Max Henderson 22 FGH — Peyton Brammer 33 pass from Levi Crum (Nick Charles kick)Second quarterATM — Dillon Halpin 26 pass from Victor Gabalis (Henderson kick)H — Wyatt Jones 19 pass from Crum (Charles kick)ATM — Henderson 32 FGH — Nick Frichtl 16 pass from Crum (Charles kick)H — Sawyer Racanelli 23 pass from Crum (Charles kick)H — Brammer 25 pass from Crum (Charles kickFourth quarterH — Racanelli 18 pass from Crum (Charles kick)INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING — Archbishop Murphy: Josiah Santiago 6-57, Victor Gabalis 6-16, Mason Mathis 11-42; Hockinson — Levi Crum 9-102, Juice Jones 8-53, Jonathan Domingos 1-2PASSING — Archbishop Murphy: Victor Gabalis 11-26-1-186; Hockinson — Levi Crum 27-36-2-392RECEIVING — Archbishop Murphy: Dillon Haplin 6-71, Ben Malaby 2-64, Joe Ennis 2-21, Mason Mathis 1-30; Hockinson — Sawyer Racanelli 13-171, Peyton Brammer 6-123, Aidan Mallory 1-8, Jeremiah Faulstick 3-51, Nick Frichtl 1-16, Wyatt Jones 2-25WASHINGTON STATE SCORESThursday’s scoresBlanchet 37, Cascade (Everett) 14Cheney 38, Rogers (Spokane) 7Chiawana 27, Kennewick 26Hockinson 42, Archbishop Murphy 13Kingston 30, Port Townsend 25Mark Morris 48, Castle Rock 14North Mason 20, Klahowya 14, OTRiver Ridge 41, Mount Tahoma 13Rogers (Puyallup) 42, South Kitsap 0Woodinville 38, Monroe 14OREGON STATE SCORESThursday’s scoresCrane 36, Adrian/Jordan Valley 32Elgin 28, Cove 26Enterprise 24, Ione 14Pilot Rock 50, Sherman 0 LA CENTER 3, HUDSON’S BAY 025-11, 25-10, 25-16La CenterHighlights — Laynie Erickson 14 kills, 9 digs, 13 Service points, 5 aces; Amanda Holm 14 digs, 14 Service points, 5 aces, 24 assists; Sydney Mairose 5 kills,  4 Service points, 2 aces;  Abby Banholzer 4 kills, 10 Service points, 3 aces; Tiffany Chandler 4 kills, 10 digs; Abby Hollopeter  3 assists; Katie Leslie 4 digs; Mia Edwards 3 kills; Ceanna Johnston 2 digs;  Grace Powell 2 Blocks; Sophia Clinton 2 digs; Kaitlin Boyle block.Hudson’s BayHighlights — Jaydia Martin 5 kills; Sandra Johnny 14 assists; Melai Powell 3 kills.WASHOUGAL 3, BATTLE GROUND 0Battle GroundHighlights — Sarah Parker 2 kills, 4 bks; Bethany Tuchardt 3 kills, 4 bks; Soraya Schleichert 5 kills, 2 bks; Noelle Christopher 1 ace, 4 digs; Emma Walker 5 digs, Jenny Kopytyuk 3 kills, 3 aces, 7 digs.WashougalHighlights — Gracie Dolan 10 kills, 2 blocks, 3 digs; Kaylee Baldwin 8 kills, 20 digs; Emily Johnson 12 assists, 3 kills.JV — Battle Ground 2-1.HOOD RIVER 3, CAMAS 125-23, 25-22, 23-25, 25-19CamasHighlights — Emma Villaluz 3 aces, 21 assists, 7 digs, 1 kill, 1 block; Genevieve Crowston 1 ace, 6 kills, 1 block, 5 digs; Grace Varsek 3 aces, 3 digs; Mackenzie Hancock 2 aces, 6 kills, 1 assists, 3 digs; Mary Pipkin 4 kills, 1 ace, 5 blocks; Jessie Westby 1 ace, 4 kills, 3 digs; Kate Golb 5 kills, 3 blocks. JV — Hood River 2-0C1 — Camas 2-0.RIDGEFIELD d. SKYVIEW25-16, 25-12, 25-23RidgefieldHighlights — Kohana Fukichi 16 assists, 5 digs; Delaney Nicoll 12 kills, 2 blocks, 4 aces, 14 assists, 5 digs; Emilea Stepaniuk 1 ace, 12 digs; Mackenzie Gilchrist 5 kills, 1 block; Presley McCaskill 2 kills; Allie Andrew 4 kills, 4 blocks; Mackenzie Sparks 2 kills, 3 digs; Kameryn Reynolds 5 kills, 5 blocks, 1 ace; Morgan Harter 1 ace, 3 digs; Emily Borgstedt 1 block.SkyviewHighlights — Alexis Harris 2 digs, 8 assists; Joyce Emmy 6 digs, 1 block, 2 kills; Gracie Brenner 1 block,8 kills, 3 digs; Elizabeth Reid 5 kills; Allyson Reid 1 kill; Lia Hawken 2 digs, 2 blocks, 4 kills; Tyra Schaub 4 digs, 2 assists, 1 block, 1 kill; Natalie Marshall 2 digs, 10 assists; Sam Morrison 34 digs , 1 assist; Michelle Rosvold 20 digs; Jo Osborn 14 digs; Madygrace Shorthouse 1 digJV — Ridgefield won.JV2 — Skyview won.GIRLS SOCCERHUDSON’S BAY 7, SETON CATHOLIC 0Hudson’s BayGoals (assists) — Maggie McBroom, Awnie Bigelow (McBroom), Caysen Pressley (Vivian Lopez-Diaz), Natalie Malagon (Lopez-Diaz), Sophia Bautista-Isaak (Bigelow), Grace Sherman, Olivia Hewett (Bigelow). Goalkeeper saves — Olivia Hewett 1; Marisa Dahlberg 2. Tim Martinez Columbian Assistant Sports Editor By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor Published: September 6, 2018, 11:08pm WoodlandGoals (assists) — Emersyn Fynn (unassisted), Hannah Landrigan (unassisted), Fynn (unassisted), Fynn (unassisted). Goalkeeper save — Gwen Elkington 8. Coach’s standout — Fynn, Francis Helling.Halftime — 1-0.JV — BG 4-2.BOYS TENNISHERITAGE 5, R.A. LONG 1Singles — Timothy Muresan (H) d. Ethan Chung, retired; Kulbir Singh (H) d. Brady Anderson, retired; Mitchell Ly (H) d. Lukas Bestchart 4-6, 6-4, 6-4.Doubles — Timothy Brittain/Eli Kozuma (H) d. Peter May/Andrew Casillas 6-0, 6-4; Roman Stalick/Cardon Chung (RA) d. Ken Pham/Shallon George 6-4, 6-4; Ian Erickson/Danny Garrison (H) d. Blake Girt/Colin Mendenhal 6-4, 6-2.last_img read more

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New front not alternative political party says Wigi

However Wigneswaran today denied those claims. Wigneswaran was last week appointed as the head of a new organisation comprising Tamil politicians and civil society members, which will work on Tamil rights. Northern Province Chief Minister C V Wigneswaran says the newly formed Tamil front is not an alternative Tamil political party.It was earlier reported that the front which was formed last week will be an alternative to the Tamil National Alliance. The main committee in the ‘Tamil People’s Conference’ includes Tamil National Alliance members Dharmalingham Sidharthan and Suresh Premachandran and Tamil National People’s Front leader Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam.The sub-committees appointed by the ‘Tamil People’s Conference’ have been given a time frame during which it will submit proposals to address issues faced by the Tamils. (Colombo Gazette) The ‘Tamil People’s Conference’ met in Jaffna and discussed its future goals and also decided to form sub-committees which will handle various tasks. read more

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Mens Basketball Ohio State loses post depth without Micah Potter

Former Ohio State junior center Micah Potter (0) leaves the game in second half of the exhibition game against UNC Pembroke on Nov. 1. Ohio State won 81-63. Credit: Amal Saeed | Assistant Photo EditorMicah Potter made the most of the 11 minutes he played in the exhibition against UNC Pembroke on Thursday. The junior forward recorded 13 points, making all four shot attempts, connecting on five of six from the free-throw line, recording six rebounds and a block. But those 11 minutes for Potter would be the last minutes he will play for Ohio State. Ohio State announced Monday he will transfer from the program. In 59 games, including 16 starts for the Buckeyes, the 6-foot-9 forward averaged 2.8 rebounds and 4.1 points per game, shooting 46 percent from the field. Moving into the 2018-19 season, Potter’s role seemed set. In the exhibition against the Braves, he was consistently subbing in and out for starting sophomore forward Kaleb Wesson, except for a two-minute period in the second half during which Potter and Wesson played together on the court. But Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann said both Wesson and Potter playing together was never something he truly considered to be a consistent option. “Today’s day and age, it’s hard to play guys like that,” Holtmann said. “It’s on rare occasions where you play two traditional bigs. I think it’s certainly something I would like to look at, but 95 percent of teams don’t play that anymore.” All in all, Holtmann said prior to the start of the season that the entire makeup of his team is changing. With the loss of forwards Jae’Sean Tate and reigning Big Ten Player of the Year Keita Bates-Diop, Ohio State lost length and versatility down low, becoming more inclined to try and beat opponents from outside of the paint. But with the loss of Potter, Ohio State loses even more depth in the post. Ohio State will have sophomore Kyle Young, junior Andre Wesson, freshman Justin Ahrens and freshman Jaedon LeDee as the other forwards on the roster with Kaleb Wesson. Of those forwards, only LeDee and Kaleb Wesson are taller than 6-foot-8. Even though Ohio State’s game plan may shift toward more of a midrange, shoot-first offense, Holtmann said playing bigs in the post, especially Kaleb Wesson, remains integral. “We still are obviously going to play through the post and we are still going to use our guys in there, in particular Kaleb and others, that can score, still going to continue to drive the ball,” Holtmann said.  Holtmann also highlighted Wesson’s passing ability, saying he has “point guard-type vision,” especially on the perimeter. He has also has developed a three-point shot, something he did not have last season, making two of nine attempts from deep. Starting alongside Wesson, Young has some high expectations according to his head coach, specifically with the shoes he has to fill in the starting lineup. “I just think that people see now his role being increased with Keita’s absence and he has done some good things in practice,” Holtmann said. “He has done some good things. Kyle’s going to be a work in progress, as young guys are.” But with the loss of Potter, the expectation for game-ready depth, specifically from LeDee, has increased dramatically. Coming in as a four-star recruit, LeDee, in his first taste of collegiate action, made both his attempts from the field and five of six from the free-throw line. He also recorded seven rebounds, tied with sophomore guard Musa Jallow for second-most on the team against UNC Pembroke. But LeDee is still in that place of uncertainty, not knowing what his role will be in the upcoming season. “I’m kind of just out there trying to feel things out,” LeDee said. “It’s a new game for me, but in practice, I’ve kind of just been with the bigs and I try to learn just one new position at a time and taking my time, but just wherever coach Holtmann puts me, I’ll be at.”  With the loss of Potter, and with the amount of forwards on the roster, LeDee’s role seems to have been defined. But Potter’s decision to transfer may be more than just about this current season. Ohio State has secured commitments from 2019 four-star forward Alonzo Gaffney and four-star forward EJ Liddell, which, along with five-star point guard DJ Carton, brings in the No. 1 2019 Big Ten recruiting class and the No. 7 class in the country. While Potter thinks about his future, Ohio State has to focus on the present, looking at a lack of proven depth behind Kaleb Wesson in the front court. read more

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