2007 Track & Field Championships – Day One

GRESHAM, ORE- At the end of day one, the Spokane women and the Lane men are leading the competion for the team titles.

In the last women’s event of the day, the steeplechase, Larsen Agee of Spokane set a new NWAACC Conference record for the event winning in 11:22.83. Agee took control of the race and took both the record and the NWAACC title from the previous holder Lyndsey McKillip who came in second.

WOMEN- Spokane 111, Lane 63.50, Mt Hood 46.50, Clackamas 32, Clack 27, SW Oregon 18, Treasure Valley 14.

MEN- Lane 93, Spokane 79, Clackamas 43, Mt Hood 23, SW Oregon 17, Clark 10, Treasure Valley 8.

Day One Summary of Champions
10,000m- Pam Ward, Treasure Valley
HJ- Kasey Orr, Southwestern Oregon
Javelin- Jeeni Schantin, Clackamas
PV- Erika Stratton, Lane
LJ- Natalie Abersfeller, Spokane
SP- Cortney Zappe, Spokane

STEEPLE- Larsen Agee, Spokane*
*Set NWAACC Conference Meet Record

10,000m- Jordan McNamara, Lane
LJ- Deji Adebayo, Spokane
HMR- Chris Dilley, Clackamas
PV- Darryl Evans, Lane
DCS- Kevin Lemieux, Spokane
STEEPLE- Dustin Moore, Lane


Softball All-Tournament Team

Delta Park East, Portland, Ore. – The All-Tournament Team for the 2007 NWAACC Softball Tournament have been annouced. Lower Columbia’s freshman shortstop Jessi Hanna was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player and Head Coach Tim Mackin was named the tournament’s Coach of the Year.

Kathy Cox, Mt Hood
Jessi Hanna, Lower Columbia
Katie King, Clackamas
Carrie O’Neil, Lower Columbia
Courtney Matthews, Lower Columbia
Hayley Ridout, Lower Columbia
Holly Rossman, Mt. Hood
Renee Santos, Clackamas
Jessica Schell, Clackamas
Jessica Solcum, Clackamas
Brittany Warren, Lower Columbia
Laurel Wyatt, Wenatchee Valley
Teena Yates, Mt. Hood
Ranzy York, Wentachee Valley

Spokane Women & Walla Walla Men Claim Golf Championships

Auburn, WA. – Spokane’s womens team claimed their 9th NWAACC Golf Title in the past 11 years with a 19 stroke victory over second place Skagit Valley. Green River’s Paige Gifford, who has been dominating all season, was the tournament’s medalist for the women with a score of 154.

On the men’s side, Walla Walla narrowly defeated Green River by five strokes to take the men’s title. Walla Walla also won last year’s championship and have four of the last five titles in their trophy case. Bellevue’s Richard Lee was the men’s medalist by edging out Green River’s Chaz Burns for top score by a single stroke, 144-145.

Complete results: menWomen

Women’s Results
Champion: Spokane – 511
2nd – Skagit Valley – 530
3rd – SW Oregon – 538

Medalist : Paige Gifford – Green River – 154
2nd: Lindsay Manion – Douglas – 156
3rd Kaitlin Parker – Skagit Valley – 157
4th Amy Dalzell – Tacoma 162

Men’s Results
Champion – Walla Walla – 603
2nd – Green River – 608
3rd – SW Oregon – 625

Medalist: Richard Lee – Bellevue – 144
2nd Chaz Burns – Green River – 145
T-3rd Brian Baltzer – Skagit Valley – 147
T-3rd Tyler Dost – Green River – 147
T-3rd Adam Alldredge – Walla Walla – 147

Lower Columbia Claims Ninth Softball Championship

Delta Park East, Portland, Ore. – The Lower Columbia Red Devils took care of business today to claim their 2nd straight NWAACC Softball title. Both clubs played some amazing softball and the game wasn’t decided until Jessie Hanna scored on a Courtney Matthews RBI in the bottom of the seventh to break a three inning 2-2 dead lock for a 3-2 victory over the Clackamas Cougars.

For the Cougars, the game marked their third of the day to get to the championship game. Earlier they defeated fourth-ranked Wenatchee Valley 4-0 and top-ranked Mt. Hood 5-1. Clackamas opened the scoring manufacturing two runs in the second inning, but the Devils answered in the 4th inning off a 2-run blast by Hayley Ridout to tie the game at 2-2. Red Devils outfielders Courtney Matthews and Tiffany Coates sparked the Lower Columbia defense saving possible Cougar home runs with spectacular catches in the 5th and 7th innings.

The championship marks the second consecutive time the two squads faced off for the title. Going into the contest, both clubs held eight NWAACC titles apiece. Lower Columbia, with it’s ninth title, has won 8 of the last nine championships.

3 2
Lower Columbia
5 1

WP – O’Neil, LP – Santos
HR: Hayley Ridout (LCC) 4th

Softball Championships: Clackamas Advances – Wenatchee Places 4th

Quarterfinal Game 28 – Delta Park East, Portland, Ore.
Clackamas 4-5-0
Wenatchee Valley 0-2-1

WP – Renee Santos, CG, 10K
LP – Ranzy York, CG, 2K
Homeruns: Lacey Forbito (CLCC), Katie King (CLCC)

Clackamas’ Lacey Forbito got the scoring going for the Cougars in the third inning with a solo home run. Katie King provided more in the sixth when she nailed a shot that just cleared the fences with two runners on as Clackamas went on the win 4-0. Cougar pitcher Renee Santos held the powerful Knight bats to just two hits on a shutout and notched ten strikeouts.

Wenatchee Valley places 4th in the tournament and finished the season at 20-8,
39-14. Clackamas advances to the face Mt. Hood in the semifinal at 11am. The winner will advance to face Lower Columbia in the Championship game at 1pm.

Green River Wins Men’s Tennis Title

SPOKANE, WASH- Green River took home four individual/doubles titles and one team title from this weekend’s NWAACC Championships held in Spokane. The team victory marks their second consectutive NWAACC Championship. The Gators had representatives in all but one championship match. Winning individual glory for the Gators was Travis Johnson who won the #2 singles utle over Spokane’s Michael Shelton in three 6-3,2-6,6-1. Fellow Gator Chris Dew won the #4 singles championship beating Milad Arefi 6-,6-4. Dew teamed up with Adam Blackner to win the #1 doubles title over Spokane’s Alex Hart and Shelton 6-2,2-6,7-5. Johnson and Michael Paretta won the #2 double 6-2,6-2 over Spokane.

Esteban Ferrero won the #1 singles title beating Spokane’s Hart 6-3,6-3. Andrew Persen of Spokane defeated Paretta 6-0,6-0 for the #4 singles title. Shoreline’s Brian Kaloper bested Arefi (GRCC) 4-6,6-1,7-6(1). Jarrod Watson won the #5 singles championship.

Spokane finished second in the tournament, eight points behind Green River. Shoreline was third. Treasure Valley and Skagit Valley were fourth and fifth respectively.

#1 Singles: Esteban Ferrero (TVCC) def Alex Hart (CCS) 6-3,6-3.
#2 Singles: Travis Johnson (GRCC) def Michael Shelon (CCS) 6-3,2-6,6-1.
#3 Singles: Chris Dew (GRCC) def Milad Arefi (SHCC) 6-0,6-4.
#4 Singles: Andrew Persen (CCS) def Michael Paretta 6-0,6-0.
#5 Singles: Jarrod Watson (CCS) def Konner Ayris (GRCC) default.
#6 Singles: Brian Kaloper (SHCC) def Milad Arefi (GRCC) 4-6,6-1,7-6(1).
#1 Doubles: Blackner/Dew (GRCC) def Hart/Shelton (CSS) 6-2,2-6,7-5.
#2 Doubles: Johnson/Parretta (GRCC) def Boyle/Persen (CCS) 6-2,6-2.
#3 Doubles: Watson/Skinner (CCS) def Ayris/Arefi (GRCC) 4-1 (retired).

Men’s Coach of the Year: Wally Heidenson, Spokane.

Bellevue wins Women’s Tennis Championship

SPOKANE, WASH-The Bellevue Bulldogs continued their season long domination of the women’s NWAACC Tennis Championship. Bellevue swept all individual and doubles titles en route to their third consectutive NWAACC Championship. Ciara Schultz led the way winning the #1 singles 6-7(6), 6-0,6-4 over Spokane’s Heather Handwerk. Schultz teamed with Patrycja Nowak to win #1 doubles title over Skagit Valley’s Kristin and Caitie Newman 4-6,6-2,6-2.

Spokane was second in the team competition followed by Skagit Valley, Treasure Valley, Green River and Shoreline.

#1 Singles: Ciara Schultz (BCC) def Heather Handwerk (CCS) 6-7(6), 6-0,6-4.
#2 Singles: Cathy Thom (BCC) def Caitie Newman (SVC) 4-6,6-0,6-4.
#3 Singles: Courtney Groszhans (BCC) def Eleni Sorenson (CCS) 6-1,1-6,6-3.
#4 Singles: Katja Kunze (BCC) def Liz Wortley (GRCC) 6-2,6-1.
#5 Singles: Eri Yoshida (BCC) def Chelsie Harwick (CCS) 6-1,6-1.
#6 Singles: Victoria Jirak (BCC) def Grace Kelly (TVCC) 6-0,6-0.
#1 Doubles: Schultz/Nowak (BCC) def Twedt/Newman (SVC) 4-6,6-2,6-2.
#2 Doubles: Thom/Groashans (BCC) def Otto/Propp (CCS) 6-0,6-2.
#3 Doubles: Yoshida/Jirak (BCC) def Hardwick/Raby (CCS) 6-4,7-5.

Women’s Coach of the Year: Jason Chapman, Bellevue.

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