Prep Roundup: Aberdeen excels at Mark Morris Sprint Pentathlon

Saturday Prep Roundup: Girls Swimming/Volleyball/Football/Cross Country/Girls Soccer

Girls Swimming

Mark Morris Pentathlon

LONGVIEW — Freshman Annika Eisele and senior Emily May were the top-two individual points scorers as Aberdeen tops the field at the Mark Morris Sprint Pentathlon on Saturday afternoon.

Team results were unofficial, but Aberdeen scored 507 1/2 points to top the 18-school field. Eisele scoring the most individual points with 87 and May finished at 79.

Eisele won the 200 individual medley and finished in the top-three in all five individual events she swam, while May was a top-three finisher in four of her five individual events.

Kayleia Sias swam a state-qualifying time in the 100 backstroke with a 1:06.18, while Eisele swam state-qualifying times in the 200 individual medley, 2:15.70, and the 500 freestyle, 5:40.63.

Aberdeen coach Jan Simons cited Trudy Butcher, Vicky Cournoyer and Sarah German for dropping 15 seconds each off their times in the 100 freestyle.

On Thursday, Aberdeen will hit the road to take on Tumwater and River Ridge in a non-league tri-meet at River Ridge.

(Aberdeen results only)

200 Free — 3. Emily May, 2:10.62. 10. Katie Lewis, 2:20.09. 13. Lexie Portmann, 2:24.65. 200 IM — 2:15.70 — 1. Annike Eisele. 7. Katie Lewis, 2:37.17. 8. Annetthe Orona, 2:37.28. 25 IM — 2. Emily May, 15.09. 11. Katelyn Dawson, 16.03. 12. Melissa May, 16.07. 14. Kayleia Sias, 16.12. 20. Mackayla Waltee, 16.38. 50 Free — 5. Karli Heikkila, 27.76. 10. Mackayla Waltee, 28.64. 12. Lily Herr, 28.74. 100 Fly — 2. Emily May, 1:06.76. 3. Melissa May, 1:10.96. 8. Sierra Bunnell, 1:22.81. 11. Bonnie Rowe, 1:25.51. 25 Fly — 2. Annika Eisele, 14.34. 7. Kayleia Sias, 15.01. 13. Karli Heikkila, 15.57. 16. Katie Lewis, 15.80. 18. Mackayla Waltee, 15.89. 100 Free — 3. Karli Heikkila, 1:02.15. 11. Katelyn Dawson, 1:05.56. 12. Karime Baltazar, 1:05.61.

25 Free — 2. Melissa May, 14.60. 4. Annetthe Orona, 14.84. 9. Camryn Cook, 15.40. 12. Mari Rabung, 15.74. 14. Sierra Bunnell, 16.46. 500 Free — 3. Annika Eisele, 5:40.63. 6. Kayleia Sias, 6:08.40. 7. Lexie Portmann, 6:15.57. 100 Back — 2. Kayleia Sias, 1:06.18. 5. Mackayla Waltee, 1:11.69. 9. Karime Baltazar, 1:14.73. 10. Mary Rabung, 1:15.06. 13. Camryn Cook, 1:17.23. 25 Back — 2. Annika Eisele, 14.54. 6. Emily May, 15.69. 9. Katie Lewis, 15.87. 100 Breast — 6. Mari Rabung, 1:17.13. 10. Melissa May, 1:21.37. 13. Annetthe Orona, 1:23.51. 25 Breast — 2. Annika Eisele, 18.13. 3. Emily May, 18.36. 9. Kayleia Sias, 19.48. 14. Karli Heikkila, 20.07. 15. Katelyn Dawson, 20.25.


Mossyrock Tournament

MOSSYROCK — Raymond’s hot start to the season continued on Saturday when it rolled through pool play and the championship bracket to claim the Mossyrock Tournament title.

After defeating Pe Ell, Wahkiakum and Morton-White Pass in pool play, the Gulls rolled past Adna in the championship semifinals.

In the final against Mossyrock, Raymond’s service game made it tough for the hosts to stay close in a 25-12, 25-17 Gulls victory.

“Overall, we had a very good day,” Raymond head coach Bob Swogger said. “Mossyrock is a very good team. The scores were surprising. They should have been closer. Everything was clicking and working well for us today.

“Our serving was very good in the championship match,” Swogger added. “We served tough and we didn’t miss any either. They had trouble with their serve-receive through the match.”

Raymond returns to non-league action today against South Bend at home.


Gulls 42, Wolverines 19

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Patrick Edwards ran for three touchdowns as Raymond used its full roster to knock off Friday Harbor in this non-league contest at Sedro-Woolley High School on Saturday.

Edwards had scoring runs of 3, 42 and 13 yards, with Jace Duckworth running for two touchdowns from 82 and 39 yards out. Kason Koski, in his first game back after suffering concussion-like symptoms against Napavine, ran for one touchdown as well.

“The score looks nice, but we had five turnovers and we need to clean that up,” Raymond head coach Luke Abbott said. “We are happy to have (Kason) back. It was a positive win and now we’ll move forward.”

On Friday, Raymond (1-2) will host Wahkiakum.

Cross Country

Seaside 3-Course

SEASIDE, Ore. — Aberdeen’s Kyle Hurd navigated the historically unforgiving hard course to finish 17th overall to top all of the Twin Harbors runners at the Seaside Three-Course Challenge on Saturday morning.

Hurd was the only top-20 finishers in any of the three courses for the Harbor schools, which included Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Montesano, Elma and Ocosta.

Montesano’s Jake Mustard took 34th overall in the hard course to lead the Bulldogs. Ocosta’s Kathryn Anderson was 40th overall on the hard course to lead the Wildcats and all of the Harbor female runners.

Here is the full rundown of runners:


Hard Course

17. Kyle Hurd (Abe). 34. Jake Mustard (Monte). 61. Connor Parkinson (Monte). 128. Dayln Barragan (Abe). 158. Josef Aschenbrenner (Monte). 165. Alex Bailey (Oco).

Moderate Course

25. Logan Clements (Monte). 95. Sam Quinby (Oco). 102. Carlos Juarez (Hoq). 133. Dylan Volz (Elma). 141. Daniel Quinby (Oco).

Easy Course

58. Drake Mitby (Oco). 94. Blaine Ross (Monte). 117. Braden Stowers (Monte). 128. Josiah Lowder (Hoq).


Hard Course

40. Kathryn Anderson (Oco). 66. Faith Cardenas (Abe). 93. McKenzie Ballo (Oco).

Moderate Course

159. Jasmin Velasco (Oco).

Easy Course

39. Alexis Delahanty (Hoq). 60. Savannah Lutz (Hoq). 75. Lucy Foloff (Hoq). 146. Madison German (Hoq). 160. Elizabeth Hunley (Monte).

Girls Soccer

Eagles 3, Tarriers 1

ELMA — Elma started its weekend with a victory by knocking off Charles Wright in a non-league match at Davis Field on Saturday.

Further details were not reported.

Today, Elma (4-2) hosts Chehalis.

C.C. Volleyball

Clackamas Crossover Tournament

CLACKAMAS, Ore. — Grays Harbor College packed its offensive punch on Saturday to grab two match wins during the first day of the NWAC Clackamas Crossover Tournament. However, playing nine sets in four hours wore down the Chokers on Sunday.

In the first match Saturday, the Chokers (13-12) prevailed over Wenatchee Valley College, 25-22, 25-22, 25-20. In the nightcap, GHC matched host Clackamas’ offensive intensity for a 25-23, 20-25, 25-17, 25-18 victory.

“Our kill efficiency was very good and that means we had a great offense,” GHC head coach Christine Nelson said on Saturday. “We’re getting serve-receive passing and we’re able to run an offense. There were more errors against Wenatchee.”

GHC capped off pool play on Sunday with a 25-22, 24-26, 24-26, 25-23, 15-12 win over Mount Hood College. After just an 11-minute break, the Chokers were back on the floor to take on Umpqua Community College coming up short 25-23, 24-26, 27-25, 25-16 and finishing tied for third in the tournament.

“It was brutal,” Nelson said. “We ran out of gas for game four, not because we are out of shape, but because we played nine sets straight.”

Bria Buchanan knocked down 10 kills and five blocks against Wenatchee and tied for the team lead in kills with Lexi Futui with 16 kills against Clackamas. Futui had nine kills in the first match and brought up 16 digs in the second match.

Brooke Spoor added 11 kills against Clackamas and Leleo Maeva had 12 kills in the match. Megan Gibson dished out 23 assists and Sara Caraveo has 22 assists.

Sierra Cummings brought up 43 digs between the two matches on Saturday.

Buchanan was named to the all-tournament team after the second day of play.

GHC begins division play on Wednesday when the Chokers host South Puget Sound.

C.C. Girls Soccer

Red Devils 1, Chokers 0

Lower Columbia capitalized on a defensive mistake by Grays Harbor College to come out on top in this NWAC West Division soccer match at Stewart Field on Sunday.

Lower Columbia’s Haley Briggs scored the game-winning goal in the 11th minute of the physical match.

“LCC had 15 shots to our 10,” GHC coach Chris Schumacher said. “We are still making adjustments to find the right mix.”

Schumacher cited Maggie Cervantes for her defensive play and Taylor Birdsall for her work as a forward and in the midfield.

GHC (1-5-1) travels to Bellevue on Wednesday.