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Page B-2 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014 FLY ON THE SIDEUNE Athletes represent county well in postseason our Mason County teams ad- vanced to the postseason this winter and all of those athletes deserve congratulations. The Mary M. Knight girls' basketball team won the 1B Southwest District IV champion- ship for the first time in school history. The Lady Owls de- feated Taholah 65-62 in overtime and it was probably the most ex- By EMILY citing high school bas- HANSON ketball game I've seen. The team played well and kept its com- posure. After winning the championship, even though the Lady Owls were excited to make school history, they were gra- cious winners. From Shelton, the boys' swim team competed at the 3A WIAA State Swim- ming and Diving Championship. There, junior Harrison MacAlevy set two school records and finished fourth in the 50- yard freestyle. The Highclimbers also dropped time in the 200-yard medley relay and the 200-yard freestyle relay. For the first time in school history, four divers competed at the champion- ship. Although the highest finish for a Shelton diver was sophomore Troy Krumpols taking 10th, co-head coach Rob Phelan said the boys dove well. I was impressed with their skills, and not just because I can't swim. Finally, both the Shelton and North Mason wrestling teams sent athletes to Mat Classic XXVI. Although none of the seven wrestlers made it to the second day of the state tournament, I thought they all put forth a lot of effort to repre- sent their schools well. Winter sports are now concluded for all Mason County teams except the Lady Owls. They advance to the WIAA's 1B Hard- wood Classic with regionals at 4 p.m. Saturday at Tumwater High School. I want to encourage all Mason County basketball fans to show up to support the Lady Owls as they face Tulalip Heritage. Mary M. Knight is the small- est high school in the county, but these girls have shown they play with as much heart as any other team in the county. I think they deserve to know more fans besides those who reside in the Matlock area support them. SATURDAY Shelton powerlifUng at 8 a.m. at North Beach Tour- nament in Ocean Shores. Shelton boys' rugby vs. SPORTS CALENDAR Harbour Hurricanes at 1 p.m. at Oakland Bay Junior High School. Shelton dance team at 1 p.m. at Capital High School Dance Competition. SUNDAY Shelton girls' rugby vs. Rainier Plateau Highland- ers at 1 p.m. at White River Alternative School in BuCkley. To submit a sports calendar item, email emily@ masoncounty, com Registration open for Goldsborough Creek Run STAFF REPORT news@masoncounty, com This year's annual Mason Coun- ty Forest Festival "Goldsborough Creek Run," hosted by Centennial Guild, a chapter of Mason General Hospital Foundation, urges partic- ipants to sign up before May 14 for the special rate of $20. After May 14, the rate goes up to $25, and af- ter May 12 the optional purchase of a commemorative T-shirt will not be available. Entry fee for the Junior Jog is $12. The Run takes place Satur- day, May 31, and features a 7-mile run/walk, a 2-mile run/ walk, and a -mile junior jog. Registration is at 6 a.m. for the 7-mile run/walk beginning at 7 a.m. and the 2-mile run/walk be- ginning at 8 a.m. from Shelton Valley Christian School. The Ju- nior Jog starts at 9:30 a.m. from the corner of Seventh Street and Railroad Avenue, and all three events will finish at the Shelton Post Office. Title sponsor for the Run is Regence BlueShield; and other sponsors include: Armstrong & Armstrong Christ- mas Trees; Gillis Auto Center; Hiawatha Evergreens; Lynch Creek Farm; McCarty & As- sociates; Simpson Lumber Co.; South Sound Radiology, and Don Small and Sons, Oil Distributors Co. The run is for competitive and beginner runners, and walk- ers. Teams are encouraged (and can receive a team discount by calling (360) 426-5821 or email G_CreekRun@comcast.net pri- or to May 28) and all partici- pants will receive a 2014 Mason County Forest Festival button. Registration forms and entry fees must be received by May 28, May 14 for the discount. To register online, go to active. corn and type in "Goldsborough Creek." All run proceeds will benefit Mason General Hospital Foundation. The Goldsborough Creek Run awards will be presented immedi- ately after the event at 9:45 a.m. on the Shelton Post Office grounds, followed by the Mason County For- est Festival Paul Bunyan Parade at 11 a.m. on Railroad Avenue. For more information, go to MasonGe- neral.com. MGH is approved by the Joint Commission and is a licensed and accredited acute care hospital with a level 4 emergency trauma desig- nation. There are more than 100 physicians on staff in 19 special- ties. SCOREBOARD B;KE'EBALL Girls' basketball Shelton Mary M. Knight Saturday - Mary M. Knight 65, Taholah 62 THS..20 6 10 15 11--62 MMK 12 12 17 10 14--65 MMK: J. Valley, 17 points, 6 rebounds, 8 assists; A. Kiliz, 17 points; M. Sowle, 10 points, 9 assists, 7 rebounds; C. Adsero, 6 points, 6 re- bounds, 6 steals; L. Dierkop, 6 points; M. Snyder, 5 points WRESTLING Shelton Boys Friday - Shelton at 3A Mat Classic XXVI at the Tacoma Dome Results: 113: Round 1: Benjamin Dixon (Mountain View) p. Riley Rifle (SHS), 1:44; Round 2: Rifle p. Kor- ry Broderick (O'Dea), 2:29; Round 3: Zach Edson (High- line) maj. dec. Rifle, 13-2. Girls Friday -- Shelton at Girls' Mat Classic XXVI at the Tacoma Dome Results: 113: Round 1: Hei- di Chambers (Mount Baker) p. Kaitlin Woods (SHS), 4:37; Round 2: Brianna Galvan (Steilacoom) p. Woods, 1:35. North Mason Friday -- North Mason at 2A Mat Classic XXVI at the Tacoma Dome Results: 113: Round 1, Matt Zink (NMHS) p. Lo- gan Greenwell (Tumwa- ter), 2:27; Round 2, Fidel Medina (Grandview) p. Zink, 5:09; Round 3, Lo- gan Corbin (Granite Falls) p. Zink, 1:48. 145: Round 1, Michael Moniz (Orting) p. Grant Hunter (NMHS), 2:33; Round 2, Benson Hull (Lake Washington) maj. dec. Hunter, 12-2. 160: Round 1, Tyler Grewell (NMHS) p. Bryce Unruh (Ephrata), 0:57; Round 2, Clayton Johnson (Sedro Woolley) p. Grewell, 2:20; Round 3, Gage Gilbertson (Lakewood) dec. Grewell, 10-3. 182: Round 1, Trevor Eicher (Deer Park) p. Victor McIntosh (NMHS), 1:49; Round 2, McIntosh dec. Tanner Knapp (Fife), 9-3; Round 3, Kerrigan Simp- son (Ellensburg) p. McIn- tosh, 3:11. 195: Round 1, Sam Richards (Tumwater) p. Chase Davis (NMHS), 3:09; Round 2, Davis p. Tyler Sutherland (Cedar- crest), 0:38; Round 3, Allan McClure (W.F. West-Cheh- alis) maj. dec. Davis, 19-8. SWIMMING Boys' swimming Friday-Saturday -- Shelton at 3A WIAA State Boys' Swimming and Diving Championship at King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way Finals: 200-yard medley relay: 11, Dalton Green, Ryder Phel- an, Harrison MacAlevy and Sean Kealy, 1:46.71 50-yard freestyle: 4, Harri- son MacAlevy, 21.58 Diving: 10, Troy Krumpols, 270; 13, Luke Netzel, 242.65; 14, Jon Netzel, 242.60; 18, Zach Netzel, 168.20 200-yard freestyle: 13, Harrison MacAlevy, Sean Kealy, Levi Vance, Ryan Taylor, 1:33.79 100-yard backstroke: 9, Harrison MacAlevy, 55.98 Prelims: 200-yard medley relay: 14, Dalton Green, Ryder Phel- an, Harrison MacAlevy and Sean Kealy, 1:47.00 50-yard freestyle: 3, Harri- son MacAlevy, 21.72 Diving: 10, Troy Krumpols, 131.50; 12, Jon Netzel, 119.95; 15, Zach Netzel, 109.75; 20, Luke Netzel, 98.10 200-yard freestyle: 13, Harrison MacAlevy, Sean Kealy, Levi Vance, Ryan Taylor, 1:33.66 100-yard backstroke: 9, Harrison MacAlevy, 56.28 We're Celebrating the Hawks' & 12 th Man Super Victory/ Join this week for only s12! 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