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Fastpitch: North Mason to Elm con#nu runs and then I pl pitcher to gain sot the mound late in In five inning Elma to five hits. "Offensively, w, hits, but only had and made better cc Joye said. "Howev eral baserunning squelched a few ra Freshman Ryli the plate, going 2- while freshman went 1-3. North Mason with a 23-4 los quim. loses a ed from page B-1 tt in a freshman le experience on Lhe sixth." , Palmer held ; only had three three strikeouts ntact as a team," .r, we made sev- mistakes which llies." ., Mullins led at 3 with two runs, Sydney Garrett nded its week Friday at Se- The Lady Bull togs trailed 6-3 going into the folrth inning. Se- quim pulled aheaqi 21-3 after scor- ing 15 runs in thelfourth. Horton, senio Cassie Crover and freshman JaOin Left pitched for North Mason.| The Peek sister s and Mullin led the team offensively. Makensea Peek went 2-3 wil;h an RBI and a double, while Hal 2-3 with three run Mullins also w, RBI, one run and Crover went 1- The Lady Bull their final game e at home against F mah Peek went S. ;nt 2-3 with two double. ogs (4-11) play t 3 p.m. May 13 rks. Journal photo by Emily Hanson North Mason senior Tommy Marsh spins before tossing the discus Saturday at the 54th Shelton Invitational at Highclimber Stadium. Marsh took sixth place with a throw of 129 feet, 6 inches. Heat spurs Bulldogs By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncoun com Record temperatures May 1 led to person- al best performances from the North Mason track and field team. "The kids are improving at the right time," assistant coach Miranda Thygesen said. Athletes earned personal records in both the boys and girls 100-meter dashes. For the boys, senior Juan Hamilton took third in 11.67 seconds, while sophomore Tegan Daviscourt finished in second place in 12.84. Freshman Skyler Reiners ran a personal record in the girls 200 meters at 30.13 and sophomore Raven Wolfe took third in the 400 meters with a personal record time of 1:04.82. For the boys, sophomore Matt Becker won the 800 meters in 2:10.46, 7 seconds shy of his personal record. Junior Caitlyn Mead won the girls 1,600 see TRACK, page B-9 PREP ROI Shelton g golfers w Shelton earned fought victories la golf matches. The Lady Hight Lincoln 91-11 Apri Golf Course. Rilee Villanuew son both shot a 50 course, earning the awards. "This was our b the year," head cos said. "Kerry and R for us and both oft couple shots to cle Shelton then ne North Thurston 88 Villanueva led points. "We recorded t] team in the first t son said. "Shaye (} 1 hole for her first tion. Then Jaymie birdied the par 3, 1 off to a pretty good SHS boys golf toun With a score of boys golf team too] Duke Streeter In Angeles Golf Cour; "Grant Cation dre lost in a playo! championship fini,, a seven under 65," Jensen said. "The: won on the second 'INDUP iris n two .asy and hard- t week in two girls limbers defeated 29 at Alderbrook and Kerry John- n the nine-hole co-medalist st performance of ch Lorna Martinson lee are just steady hem have just a .n up." rrowly defeated -80 May 1 in Lacey. he team with 23 ree birdies on our ree holes," Martin- bane) birded the No. birdie in competi- (Pentony) and Rilee o. 3 hole. So we got start." 4th at lament 218, the Shelton : fourth place at the tational at the Port le. nd Mitchell DeAn- [" for the individual hing second with head coach Mark Port Angeles team flayoff hole when their tee shot ended up 6 inches from the cup on a par 3. Both Shelton play- ers lipped their puts from about 12 feet." Earlier in the week, the Highclimb- ers defeated Lincoln and North Thur- ston. On April 29, Shelton beat Lincoln 48-6 at Alderbrook Golf Course. "We played some new individuals for this match since Lincoln didn't have a full squad," Jensen said. The Highclimbers then handed North Thurston its first loss. On May 1, Shelton beat the Rams 125-69 at Hawks Prairie Golf Course in Lacey. Two NMHS golfers in league top 12 Josh Fredrickson and Brooke Mills continued to lead the North Mason boys and girls golf teams, respectively, last week. Both are ranked in the top 12 among 2A Olympic League golfers. On April 28, the Olympic boys de- featedNorth Mason at Rolling Hills Golf Course. The boys team then com- peted at the Port Ludlow Tournament on April 29. Fredrickson joined teammates Andy Renne, Austin Makowski, Ea- than Amundsen and Ryan Brickwedel played in a two-man best ball format tournament. "The players finished in the middle of the pack," Music said. Community boys rugby beats Kitsap The Shelton community boys rugby team earned a 36-5 victory against Kitsap on Saturday. "The game went pretty well," head coach Zach Clark said. "We were try- ing out some new positions for people. Kitsap is one of my favorite teams be- cause they give us a great game." Gordon Henry led the team with two tries while Jake Henry, Francsico Lopez and Brian Nault scored one try each. Henry also made a conversion kick while Lopez made five conversion kicks. Community girls rugby falls The Shelton community girls rugby team finished its season in second place last week. The girls lost 30-10 to Rainier on Sunday. "It was the semifinals and the last time we played Rainier was a month ago," head coach Zach Clark said. "Since then, Rainier split with Liberty to form one team and had more girls " who knew the game." He said the game was competitive until toward the end, when it became about which team was more tired. Alexandra Ruiz-Reyes and Karli Burbridge scored one try each. NM girls tennis wins first match The North Mason girls tennis team nearly swept the doubles matches on its way to victory last week. On April 29, the Lady Bulldogs defeated Klahowya 4-3 for their first victory this season. Athlete'. Girl plans to join Naw continued from page B-3 She said she's look- ing forward to being in the Navy because it'll pay for her col- lege, she likes the ben- efits and she wants to travel. Crover said she'd like to enroll in the nursing program at the University of California San Di- ego, but that depends on where she's sta- tioned. "I want to be a nurse and I'm al- ready talking to my recruiter about being a Navy nurse," Crov- er said. She's already working toward pre- paring for nursing school by taking as many science courses as she can, Crover said. "The only science I don't like is chemis- try because it's math- based," she said. Danielle Bosch won 6-2, 7-5 at No. 2 singles, while three doubles teams won their matches. At No. 2 doubles, Rachel Sandell and Sateeva Harris won 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, while Jandy Sawapetch and Emilia Huitula, at No. 3 doubles, won 6-0, 6-1. Finally, Sarah Flores and Sarina Tygart defeated their No. 4 doubles opponent 6-0, 6-0. "We have been playing much better and playing much more competitive matches," head coach Brian Barker said. Bulldogs baseball splits games DanielBurggraaf threw a One- hitter last week on North Mason's way to a 10-0 home victory against Port Townsend. He was backed up by an errorless defense April 30. At the plate, Jakob Urdahl went 2-2 with a double, triple and three RBI, while Hunter Hohmann went 2-2 with two runs. Tyler Grewell hit a double and batted in two, while Zac Marks had an RBI and Sam Sandell hit a double. On Friday, Sequim scored a run in the first inning and held on to a 1-0 lead for the remainder of the game to shutout the Bulldogs. Trey Benson had a double and a triple, while Grewell hit a double. Hohmann pitched a complete game, giving up three singles. He hit one batter, who then stole second and scored on a single. Compiled by reporter Emily Hanson