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Check out all the sports action from Lake Oswego, West Linn, Wilsonville, Happy Valley.

COURTESY PHOTO - The West Linn Thunder Strikes included (front row, left to right) Brielle Abraham, Vivien Ellwood, Lexie Ree, Kendall Mantell, Alexa Schmidt, Brooklyn Williams, Sophia Vanderberg, Ava Brogden, Roslyn King.
Back Row (left to right): Mick Johnson, Micki Vanderberg, Brian Williams. Not pictured is Stella Morgan.

West Linn Thunder Strikes win tournament

The West Linn Thunder Strikes struck gold at Willamette Park in mid-June.

The Thunder Strikes, an 8-and-under softball team from the West Linn Softball Association, beat the Wilsonville Wildcats 13-5 in the championship game.

The team included Brielle Abraham, Vivien Ellwood, Lexie Ree, Kendall Mantell, Alexa Schmidt, Brooklyn Williams, Sophia Vanderberg, Ava Brogden, Roslyn King, Mick Johnson, Micki Vanderberg, Stella Morgan and Brian Williams.

Black Widows finish with a win

The Black Widows, a 14-and-under softball team from Happy Valley, finished its year with a bang, winning the end of the season county tournament at Milwaukie High School in mid-June.

The Black Widows — who finished their summer with just one loss and one tie — won the final tournament game over Molalla.

Most of the team has been playing together since T-ball and the players were devastated when they thought another season would be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Conversely, they were thrilled when the Happy Valley Girls Softball Association and the Clackamas County Girls Softball Association helped make this season happen.

This is the last year of Happy Valley Softball for most of the girls on the team as they will move on to high school next year.

The team consists of 13- and 14-year-old girls who attend Happy Valley Middle School, Christ the King Catholic School, Rock Creek Middle School and St. John the Baptist Catholic School.

Wilsonville's Fox sets national javelin record

Kylie Fox, an incoming freshman at Wilsonville High School, threw the javelin 133 feet, 11 inches at a qualifying meet in Yakima, Washington, in late June.

Fox's throw is the best in the nation for girls ages 13-14, moved her within 1.5 inches of the Wilsonville High School record, and qualified her for an upcoming national meet in Texas. Fox will also compete in a USATF Junior Olympic Meet in Florida on July 28.

Wilsonville boys basketball coach Chris Roche honored

Wilsonville High School boys basketball head coach Chris Roche was presented with the OACA Dave Johnson Contributor Award during the 2021 Oregon Athletic Coaches Association Awards Banquets in early June.

Roche shared the award with Greg Grant of Heppner High School and Tony Smith of St. Paul High School; it was presented at Eastern Oregon University in La Grande.

West Linn Girls Basketball Camp

The West Linn Girls Basketball Camp is back.

The camp is open to girls in incoming grades 2-9 and will be held from 9 a.m. to noon July 19-22 in the main gym at West Linn High School, 5464 W A St. The cost is $125 per player, with second players from the same family costing $115.

Skills taught and reinforced at the camp include ball handling, passing, footwork, shooting, defense, rebounding, and fun and competitive games.

The camp will be led by West Linn varsity head coach Brooke Cates, her staff and her current WLHS players.

Players can register online at https://bit.ly/3jcdWqL, register at the door or make out checks to "West Linn Girls Basketball" and mail them to: Brooke Cates, 1226 S.E. 17th Ave. Canby, OR 97013.

For more information, contact Cates (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 503-201-2629) or assistant coach John VanAcker (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 971-506-5355) or go to westlinnwomensbasketball.com, click the "Off-Season" tab and go to "Summer Camps."


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