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Continued from page B-1 Two of my coworkers weren't too helpful on the topic. Reporter Natalie Johnson said she didn't really care and proofreader Kirk Ericson said he hopes it's a tie so ev- eryone can be happy. As for me, I'm thinking it'll definitely be a close has the widest difference in age between the start- ing quarterbacks. Manning is 37 and Russell Wilson is 25. When thinking about experience, I would choose Manning, but I've been so impressed by Wilson and how he plays like he's been in the NFL for a decade that it's difficult not to choose Wilson. .... .So00'00.pick!ng the Se:00_ score will be closer than Weeks predicted, however. My New Year's resolu- tion update: I once again met V my goal of working out three times last week, but am still V having trouble waking up earlier in the day to do so. V I've been focusing on go- ing to bed sooner each night, V so hopefully that'll become easier to do. o,., Super Bowl XLVII /HO: Seattle Seahawks @ Denver Broncos /HEN: 3:30 p.m. THERE: MetLife i TATCH ON: Fox 1 Feb. 2 Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. : / Journal photo by Emil!' Hanson Mary M. Knight's Austin Thompson takes the ball upcourt Friday during the Knight Owls' game against the Elma C-team. OWLS Continued from page B-1 Adam Pals scored three points with Austin Renecker, Taylor Diggle and Harley Kenyon add- ing two points each. The Knight Owls followed the victory with a close game Satur- day night at North River. After the regulation four quar- ters, the teams went into over- time tied at 38 points. North River pulled ahead in the extra period to win 54-48. "It was a good game," Julmist said. "Both teams played their hearts out." The Knight Owls' offense took a hit in the fourth quarter when Austin Thompson twisted his ankle. "That hurt us because we didn't have a go-to guy to close the game for us," Jul- mist said. He said Monday. that he wasn't sure whether Thompson would be out for the remainder of the season. Werly led the Knight Owls with 13 points, nine rebounds and five assists. Before his injury, Thompson scored nine points, grabbed six rebounds and had four steals. Finally, Anderson put up 11 points and had fol bounds. Mary M. Knight star1 week with a 66-17 loss Jar Three Rivers Christian. Thompson led with 10 three steals and six re while Matthew Thompson three points. Anderson and Diggle : two points each and Wez two steals, three reboun, three assists. The Knight Owls (2-1: after the varsity girls' game tomorrow at home ,' Lake Quinault. The team will also play day night at Wishkah. SWIMMING Continued from page B-1 Junior Chris Frost also qualifed for league as an exhibition swim- mer. He swam a 1:19.19 backstroke at the Gig Harbor meet. Junior Harrison MacAlevy earned one of Shelton's two first-place finishes with a personal record 22.32 in the 50- yard freestyle. Senior Sean Kealy then won the 100 free- style with a personal re- cord time of 53.80. Kealy also earned a personal record in the 50 freestyle at 23.75. Jonathan Bay took fifth in the 500-yard free- style with a personal re- cord of 7:15.30. He also earned a personal record in the 200-yard freestyle at 2:27.38, taking sixth place. "Gig Harbor's good," Youngquist said. "We went there with the in- tention of racing against a good, quality team and we got that. Wilson was there, too and they're equal to us, so it was a good meet." Wilson also took part in the event, but did Page B-8 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014 not officially compete against Shelton because both teams had already faced each other. League rules limit the number of meets schools compete in during the season. Shelton also competed Jan. 21 at Hazen High School in Renton. How- ever, the results were not available. Sophomores Jon Net- zel and Troy Krumpols qualified for the 3A WIAA State Diving Championship at a Nar- rows League ll-dive meet Saturday at Lind- bergh High School in Renton. Freshmen Lu zel and Zach qualified for the 3 Central District ] ing Championshi] same 11-dive mee The Highc compete at the 3 rows League Championship a p.m. today at Fo swimming champ begins at 4:15 to: at Mount Tahom Twenty-three climbers have q for league. You said that is th swimmers to cor league in more years. lr re- ed its 23 at oints, rounds scored mt up ly had is and l) play 3 p.m. tgainst Satur- e Net- Netzel b West II Div- D at the [. imbers A Nar- Diving t 4:30 3s. The ionship norrow High- alified agquist most pete at han 20 Prep Roundup lelton powerlifting team wins three weight classes to take White River tourney ! With three weight division champions, the Sheiton boys' powerlifting team took first place at the White River Invite on Jan. 18. "We hadan outstanding meet," head coach Lor- na Martinson said. "Because of the leadership of the [veteran lifters, our new lifters competed very well." A t 123, Jayton Rasmusson took first with a to- tal lift of 750 (265 squat, 175 bench, 310 dead). Senior Jayden Micas won the 132-pound weight division with a total lift of 905 (315, 240, 350). Finally, senior Kris Woods took first at 181 pounds with a total lift of 1,145 pounds (405, 285, 45icas= and Woods were also chosen for the best li rs list, taking second and fifth place, respec- t: [y. Senior Daniel Diaz took ninth place for his t 1 lift of 1,210 (500, 275, 435) in the 220-pound d sion. Diaz finished his division in second place. The lifters will compete next Feb. 8 at North- we!t Christian in Lacey. 3 SHS bowlers advance to districts tournament i Thre of the seven Shelton bowlers who com- peted at the 3A Narrows League tournament Fri- c advanced to the 3A West Central District III t nament. aitlyn Borys -- Who bowled games of 117, ] and 161 " led the Lady Highclimbers at the 1 e tournament to advance to districts. dreanna Equihua-Torres (139, 159, 121) also advanced, as did Lina Krnic (112, 135, 140). I was very pleased with the growth of the team i ,Teneral throughout the season and the per- i aance of our qualifiers under pressure," head coach Steve Pelto said. "In particular, Adreanna Equihua-Torres produced her best game of the year in the tournament." l I : orth Mason bowler lvances to districts North Mason bowler Shaniya Brannon ad- vaficed from the 2A Olympic League Tournament on [Friday to the 2A West Central District III/ NW District I Tournament. 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