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Little League Baseball all-stars play in Portland; locals place in equestrian event

COURTESY PHOTO: JEREMY DUECK - Christian Rund pitches for St. Helens in the District 1 Little League Baseball age 8-10 all-stars tournament in Portland on the Wilshire Riverside fieldBASEBALL

St. Helens and Scappoose both competed in the recent 8/10 District 1 Little League All-Stars tournament.

Games were played at the Wilshire Riverside Little League field in Northeast Portland.

St. Helens had a bye and then opened on June 23 with a game against Scappoose, which had won its first game, beating Parkside the day before.

St. Helens advanced in the winners' bracket, but fell to North Portland and then Hollywood Rose City.

Scappoose lost its second game of the tournament to Hollywood Rose City and was eliminated from the double-elimination event.

EQUESTRIAN

The Pacific Northwest Invitational Championship took place June 19-21 at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds Expo Center in Redmond.

Among those placing in the competition was Shayla Matsumoto of Scappoose. She took seventh in reining.

Kaitlin Davis of Scappoose earned fourth place in barrels.

William Chalk of St. Helens was first in steer daubing, and Kyle Parnell of St. Helens finished ninth.

Also from St. Helens, the team of Katie Holm and Tiffany Thompson was second in birangle.

Thompson also claimed first place in keyhole, and

Holm came out in fourth place in pole bending.

In team penning, Chalk, Thompson and Parnell came through in second place.

In freestyle 5+, St. Helens had the seventh-highest point total, represented by Hannah Hayduk, Teagan Fischer, Holm, Brianna Shaw, Emily Fender, Malin Pense, Saylor Dews, Mariya Hawkins, Thompson, Savannah Moore and Maiya Miller.

GOLF

Not much can stop the stalwart golfers of the St. Helens Men's Club.

Except lightning.

Lightning interrupted play this week in the club's Monday league, and teams weren't able to complete their rounds.

With no update from Week 10, Yarbor Racing continues to lead the eight-team Monday league at Wildwood Golf Club.

Pacific Athletic Club still is setting the pace in the four-team Tuesday league through 10 rounds.

For more information on the men's club, contact Bob Medley, president, 503-781-0271, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Monday League standings

Yarbor Racing 48

Shankapotomus 39

Johnny's Bar & Grill 37.5

Rofinot Heating 35

Mower Shed 34.5

Grocery Outlet 32

Paulson Printing 31

Deer Island C.C. 30.5

Tuesday League standings

Pacific Athletic Club 58

Macadam Liquor 44.5

Capt. Morgan on the Rocks 43.5

Precision Engraving 30


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