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Playoff with Rainier Thursday…

Tigers Defeat Corbett, Fall to VC

The Clatskanie High School (CHS) baseball team will host Rainier on Thursday, May 22, in a league playoff game to determine second place and state seeding. The Tigers and Columbians have each secured berths in the state playoffs.

The Tigers beat Corbett 11-1 and 13-3 in a doubleheader Tuesday, May 13, but fell to the top-ranked Valley Catholic 3-11 and 2-3 on Friday, May 16.

Junior pitcher Thomas Shelby pitched the first game against Corbett, allowing only three hits and striking-out three batters for the 11-1 the victory.

German George, Trevor Berg and Seth Makinson each had two hits.

For Senior Night, the Tigers’ only Senior, Seth Makinson pitched the win for the second game. He allowed two earned runs and struck six batters out. At the plate, Makinson made two hits.

George, Nick Donaldson and Griffin Haas also had two hits each.

Tigers Defeated by Valley 3-11 and 2-3

Clatskanie faced the number-one-ranked Valley Catholic in a doubleheader on Friday, May 16. Valley won the league championship, but Clatskanie moved up one slot into the Oregon School Activities Association’s seventh rank.

The Tigers were up 2-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning of game one, when the Valiants scored five runs on four hits (including a home run). Valley added six in the sixth to win 11-3.

George made two of the four Tigers hits and pitched the loss.

In the second game, CHS had 15 base runners, but were rarely able to capitalize. They scored twice in the seventh on a two-run double by Donaldson.

Mica Karber pitched well in defeat, allowing only two earned runs off four hits. Karber struck seven batters out.

Donaldson had two of the Tigers’ four hits.

Clatskanie and Rainier Athletes Place at District Track Meet

Qualifying for the state track and field meet, six Clatskanie and Rainier athletes placed either first or second at the Lewis and Clark League District meet Saturday, May 17, at Catlin Gabel.

Clatskanie’s boys 4×100 meter relay team placed second with a time of 45.48. The runners were David Adkinson, Cedet Bailey, Codi Blodgett and Chris Puckett. Bailey won the long jump with a distance of 20’4.75. Blodgett placed second in the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.43.

Rainier’s Julia Patterson and Veera Moilanen each won field events. Patterson took first in the discus with a throw of 95’2. Moilanen’s made the winning high jump, clearing 4’8.

Qualifying athletes will compete at the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) State Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene on Thursday and Friday, May 22, 23.

Coach Tim Van Voorst of Clatskanie was named boys coach of the year.

Individual boys results for Clatskanie were:

100 meters: Codi Blodgett, second, 11.43; Cedet Bailey, third, 11.57; Chris Puckett, fifth, 12.19.

200 meters: Blodgett, third, 23.24; Puckett, seventh, 24.93; Bailey, 16th, 26.97.

400 meter: Connor Thorud, 18th, 1:06.47.

800 meters: Drexler Martin, 15th, 2:22.97.

1500 meters: Martin, 15th, 4:52.20; Austin Deanhardt, 19th, 5:16.27; Lukas Roubal, 21st, 6:30.97.

3000 meters: Deanhardt, 14th, 11:29.68; Lukas Roubal, 19th, 15:38.03.

4×100 meter relay: Adkinson, Blodgett, Puckett, Bailey, second, 45.48.

4×400 meter relay: Puckett, Martin, Adkinson, Isaac Points, eighth, 4:17.14.

Shot Put: Chase Gorman, third, 38’9.25; Sawyer Weldon, fifth, 37’0.75.

Discus: Weldon, third, 114’11; Ryan Froke, fifth, 93’3; Gorman, seventh, 92’6.

Javelin: Weldon, fourth, 146’8; Blodgett, 11th, 116’7; Gorman, 12th, 115’3.

Long jump: Bailey, first, 20’4.75; Thorud, 17th, 12’9.25.

Triple Jump: Thorud, 10th, 29’2.5; Adkinson, 11th, 29’1

Individual girls results for Clatskanie were:

100 meters: Jewell Penn, 11th, 14.36; Caitlin Ives, 14th, 14.6; Jordyn Trump, 18th, 15.4.

200 meters: Trump, 14th, 32.28.

400 meters: Amanda Jurgenson, 11th, 1:12.32.

1500 meters: Shayla Sullivan, 12th, 6:02.15.

3000 meters: Sullivan, eighth, 13:06.68.

100 meter hurdles: Alyssa Moore, third, 17.33

300 meter hurdles: Moore, sixth, 51.26.

4×100 meter relay: Ives, Moore, Danielle Berntsen, Penn, third, 53.99.

4×400 meter relay: Jurgenson, Berntsen, Ives, Moore, fifth, 4:39.87.

Discus: Ives, sixth, 75’7.

Long Jump: Berntsen, seventh, 14’7; Penn, ninth, 14’0; Jurgenson, 13th, 13’4.

Triple jump: Berntsen, ninth, 29’0.50; Penn, 10th, 28’7; Jurgenson, 11th, 24’10.

Individual boys results for Rainier were:

100 meters: Jordan Brittain, fourth, 12.11.

200 meters: Bryce Moon, 12th, 25.83; Justice Larson, 18th, 27.0; Chris Cote, 19th, 27.92.

400 meters: Moon, sixth, 56.30; Larson, 10th, 59.05; Cote, 17th, 1:04.97.

800 meters: Brian Guisinger, fifth, 2:06.29, Bryan Falls, 10th, 2:12.67, Jonathan Zielinski, 17th, 2:36.57.

1500 meters: Falls, 11th, 4:44.54; John Graff, 12th, 4:45.39; Jared Thomas, 18th, 5:07.95.

3000 meters: Thomas, ninth, 10:25.81; Logan Crawford, 15th, 11:39.22; Dean Purdy, 16th, 11:50.51.

4×400 meter relay: Brittain, Moon, Cody Gellatly, Guisinger, fifth, 3:45.84.

Shot Put: Logan Davidson, 12th, 28’6; Harlan Williams, 16th, 26’9; Zane Kerns, 18th, 25’10.25.

Discus: Williams, 18th, 74’4; Austen Beaulieu, 19th, 67’3

Javelin: Davidson, 16th, 100’3; Beaulieu, 17th, 82’9, Kerns, 19th, 68’9.

High Jump: Cody Gellatly, third, 5-11.

Pole vault: Falls, eighth, 8’0.

Long jump: Gellatly, sixth, 19’7; Brittain, ninth, 18’5.25.

Triple Jump: Brittain, fourth, 40’2. Gellatly, eighth, 37’2.5.

Individual girls results for Rainier were:

100 meters: Jamie Tow, ninth, 14.27.

200 meters: Julia Patterson, 12th, 31.67.

400 meters: Ashley Bush, seventh, 1:09.14; Veera Moilanen, 10th, 1:11.04.

1500 meters: Monica Guisinger, 11th, 5:55.31; Riley Richardson, 14th, 6:22.20.

300 meter hurdles: Ella Shroll, 11th, 58.40.

4×100 meter relay: Moilanen, Sam Holland, Bush, Tow, fifth, 55.69.

4×400 meter relay: Sam Holland, Bush, Guisinger, Tow, sixth, 4:40.41.

Shot Put: Amanda Lilya, third, 27’8.25; Patterson, eighth, 24’1; Allison Hisey, 10th, 21’8.5.

Discus: Patterson, first, 95’2; Sabrina Hollander, fourth, 76’4; Paige Mogray, eighth, 75’4.

Javelin: Holland, sixth, 81’6; Hisey, ninth, 72’7; Erika Hein, 11th, 68’1.

High Jump: Moilanen, first, 4’8; Haileyy Helton, eighth, 4’2.

Pole vault: Holland, fifth, 6’6.

Long jump: Haileyy Helton, 15th, 13’3, Madison Beaston, 17th, 12’1.50.

8-2 Victory Over Warrenton Sends Lady Tigers to State 

Securing a state berth, the Clatskanie High School (CHS) softball team defeated Warrenton 8-2 Tuesday afternoon, May 20.

The Lady Tigers scored a run in the first inning. Warrenton answered in the third. CHS scored two in the third, then one in the fourth to lead 4-1.

Warrenton scored its final run in the fifth.

In the bottom of the sixth the Lady Tigers scored four runs sealing the victory.

“Pitcher Katie Burgher did a fantastic job today,” said Coach Gary Kuehl. He noted how well Burgher and catcher Taelor Kay worked together.

Burgher walked one batter and struck-out two.

“Our defense was outstanding,” said Coach Kuehl, “I have to give kudos to Megan Strong.” On offense, Strong batted 2/4 with a double and a single resulting in two runs batted in.

CHS travels to Corbett Thursday, May 24, for a game that will determine seeding in the state tournament.

Rainier securely holds the first in league title, while this week’s game between Clatskanie and Corbett will determine the second and third place ranks.

The following captions were printed with their corresponding photos in the May 22, 2014 issue of The Chief.

Clatskanie and Rainier Athletes Place at District Track Meet

ROUNDING THE BEND, Clatskanie’s Codi Blodgett runs the 200 meter dash at the Lewis & Clark League meet Saturday, May 17. Blodgett took third in the 200 and placed second in the 100 meter dash for a place in the state championship. Blodgett, David Adkinson, Cedet Bailey, and Chris Puckett make up the second place 4×100 team which will compete at state. Photo Courtesy of Doug Knox

Silver Medals for Relay Team

DONNING THEIR SILVER MEDALS, members of the Clatskanie High School boys 4×100 relay team celebrate success at the Lewis & Clark district meet Saturday, May 17. The relay team ran a time of 45.48 for second place. Pictured from left are: David Adkinson, Codi Blodgett, Cedet Bailey and Chris Puckett. Photo Courtesy of Sarah Blodgett

Mitchell Steals Second

STEALING SECOND, Clatskanie’s Makenzie Mitchell beats the ball to base during the Tigers’ 8-2 victory of Warrenton Tuesday, May 20. Chief Photo by Adam J. Wehrley

Moilanen Wins League High Jump

SOARING ABOVE THE COMPETITION, Veera Moilanen won the Lewis & Clark League championships in high jumping Saturday, May 17. Moilanen cleared 4’8 and will head to the state championship meet this weekend. Photo Courtesy of Doug Knox

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