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Page B-6 - Mason County Journal -Thutsday, April 10, 2014 SHS girls tennis records By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncoun com I Journal photo by Emily Hanson Shelton No. 1 singles player Geoette Lugalia rushes to return a shot at the net March 31 during the LadylHighclimbers' home match against Gig Harbor. / Shelton girls tennis head John Perry said the team expel a first last week. The girls won two matche against Gig Harbor and Bell Prep, two 4A powerhouses. "Usually, it's a final score of 0 some of the matches being clo no real wins to speak of," Pert "In both of these matches, w fighting to actually win the which has never happened si (began) playing these schools super proud of our girls." Gig Harbor defeated Shell March 31 in Shelton, while B, ine Prep won 3-2 April 2 in Ta No. 1 doubles team Megha ney and Rebecca Dickson we: match in both contests. Against Gig Harbor, Rann Dickson won 7-5, 7-6 (7-3). At mine, they defeated their o1: 6-2, 6-2. "Our No. 1 doubles had m cially good week as they playe and won both matches against doubles teams," Perry said. "B becca and Meghan have been lessons since the end of the last year, so their hard work paying off for. them." Shelton's No. 2 doubles te ena Ranney and Yemas Ly, d their Gig Harbor opponents 7 6-2, while the No. 3 double., Kayla Gustafson and Nancy I won against Bellarmine Prep two losses coach ienced each rmine 5 with 3e, but y said. e were match, lee we I am m 3-2 fllarm- :oma. a Ran- their y and Bellar- ponent , espe- :l great strong )th Re- taking season really a, Ser- ffeated -5, 5-7, team, ugalia, }-2, 7-6 (7 of a of t L( o st 88 n( te "|n beth of these matches, we were fighting to actually win the match, wMch has never happened since we began) playing these schools, I am super proud of our girls," John Per SHS head girls tennis coach 3). " "With our two hardest matches out tKe way, we are looking forward to zceek off and getting healthy. Lots the girls have been sick these past o weeks,, Perry said. Shelton begins its 3A Narrows ague schedule after spring break. "The team is very excited to get r league matches underway and irt playing our 3A rivals," Perry id. The Lady Highclimbers (2-2) play xt at 3:30 p.m. April 15 at Tumwa- ['. Shelton lifters tie !or 5th at meet By EMILY HANSON ish with 16 poidts, dead lift). At 148 pounds, senior For the three guys ; went, we Sere very suc:essful as to of the ;e medalec[," head :h Lorna lartinson emi@masoncoun com tha With just three boys thr, competing, the Shelton coa powerlifting team earned sai( its lowest team score this season last month, woz Shelton tied for fifth siol place with North Beach 84 on March 29 in Snohom- 19E MCSA This Week AT THE RANGE N April 10, Thursday Wmehester .22 Pistol Self-paced awards based program, 100 round any safe .22 pistol. $6.00 members $8.00 no] April 11, Friday 6:00 pm Bullseye .22 Pistol on 6 targets, runs about an hour. $3.00 for members $5.00 for non-members 6 April 12, Saturday 9:00 A.M. New Member Orientation at the range. No appointment necessary. Run April 12, Saturday 10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. Open Range Day The Range will be open to the public. Most Paper targets on site to purchase. Two may s PLEASE bring firearms unloaded in a case o: April 14, Monday 6:00 P.M. Small Bore 3 Position Target Rifle All equipment provided except eye and heari will need to bring 50 rounds of .221r ammo, , $6.00 members $8.00 non-members April 15, Tuesday 6:00 P.M. Action Pistol ] Move and shoot for .38 special, 9mm, and u on a mix of targets. See website for more inl COMING UP: May 3, 2014 10:00 am-3:30 pm First Steps Firearm and ammunition provided. Applicati payment information on the club website. We have fund raising gun raffles, tickets are See the guns and buy tickets at Renegade Gu 10am-5pm Monday-Friday or contact a clut Did you know: www.justfacts.com/guncontr, facts untainted by agenda or politics. MASON Co SPORTSMAN' S A' W. 521 Business Park Message Phone 4 www.masoncoun enior Gil Ramos the 132-po and divi- with a tolal lift of pounds (3:.5 squat, bench press, 330 m-Members Wek ome Me iberships plus, A ailable t-members ) rounds about 1.5 hrs. fistols and .22k rift ;s welcome. iare a lane. bag. $12.00 lg protection, you tandard velocity pn fermd. ague Practice Se sion. 48 rounds Pistol Class. ms and $2.00 per ticket. as in Shelton, they  re open member. d.asp#politics is a g 3od source of UNTY ;SOCIATI ON Rd., Shelter  27-1102 sa.com Chris Schwisow took sec- ond place with a total lift of 890 pounds (300, 250, 340). Shelton's third lifter, senior Nolan Coker, finished fourth in the 181-pound division. He lifted 900 pounds (325, 185,390). "Nolan Coker earned a bronze medal in the dead lift through our own lift- ing awards," Martinson said. "This means he lift- ed 225 pounds above his body weight in the dead lift." Additionally, Ramos earned the 10th spot on the top boys lifters list. Shelton competed against 17 high schools. White River won the meet with 37 points. "I think it was a con- fidence booster for these guys and now the team is pointing to the Shelton Invitational in a couple of weeks," Martinson said. Shelton hosts its an- nual meet beginning at 10 a.m. April 19 in the Mini Dome. BattedesPlus. +: