Track and Field
Stevenson won the boys’ title at the Southwest Washington Class 1A District Meet at Woodland. The Bulldogs’ Lincoln Krog led the way with first place finishes in four events: the 100 meters, high jump, long jump, and triple jump, while Ethan Haight won the 800 meters. Columbia was fifth, receiving victories from Stanley Hylton in the javelin and the four by 400 meter relay team. Stevenson was third in the girls’ standings while CHS was fifth. The Bruins’ Hannah Polkinghorn won both the 100 and 200 meters, while Stevenson had three first place finishes: Isabella Spencer in the 3200 meters, Sara Campbell in the pole vault, and Cassie Macnab in the triple jump.
Trout Lake’s girls finished first and the boys second in the Washington Class 1B District 5/6 Meet at Moses Lake. Trout Lake’s Liz Fink and Isabella Dean each won two events for the Mustang girls, while Glenwood’s Brooklyn Emerson also won a pair of events. Justin Peck won two events for the Trout Lake boys.
The Dalles 4, Mac-Hi 3: Bailey LeBreton’s base hit in the bottom of the seventh inning drove in the winning run as the Riverhawks finished the season with a win. Kilee Hoylman led off the inning with a double, and LeBreton’s one-out single brought her home. The Dalles finishes the year with a 14-10 record.
Westview 10, Hood River Valley 0: The Eagles lost to Wildcats in a tune-up game for next week’s state playoffs.
Baseball Summit at Hood River Valley rained out