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Thursday, June 5, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page B-3 Bulldogs: Young track athletes gain state experience continued from page B-2 Although Marsh's ca- reer throwing discus for North Mason is over, he has been invited to the Border Dual Track Clas- sic to throw the discus at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at Wil- sonville High School in Wilsonville, Oregon. Sophomore Tegan Da- viscourt ran two events for North Mason on Friday. She first competed in the 100-meter dash, where she took 15th with a per- sonal record time of 12.73. That wasn't fast enough to advance to the finals. "Looking at the times, I knew I'd be near the back of the pack, but as I was running, I felt really smooth and my form was good," Daviscourt said. "I'm a little bit disappoint- ed because I really did want to move on, but I'm glad I made it here in this event." She said she thought she'd compete better in the 200 meters Friday eve- ning. She did, although still not as well as she'd hoped. Daviscourt took 10th in the 200 in 25.70- another personal record. She missed the cut for finals again. "Tegan ran two per- sonal records and she was outstanding with a crazy fast year," Bevers said. Finally, the boys 4x400 relay team -- Juan Hamil- ton, Terry Reiners, Corey Allen and Matt Becker -- also didn't qualify for fi- nals when they finished in 3:36.27 for 15th place. "I thought we learned a bunch with our young folks and I'm excited to see them run next year," Bevo ers said. "Some young kids got to get good experience late in the season." He added that the Bull- dogs have a talented class of young athletes. "It might take a couple years to see real good re- sults, but they're willing to learn and that's all you can really ask for," Bevers said. Journal photo by Emily Hanson North Mason sophomore Tegan Daviscourt, right, approaches the finish line in the peliminary heat of the girls 100-meter dash Friday morning during the WlAA 2A State Track and Field Championship at Mount Tahoma High School. Daviscourt finished 15th with a personal record 12.73 seconds. PREP GOLF One Shelton girl reaches second day at tourney Rilee Villanueva was the only Shelton girls golfer to reach the second day at the WIAA 3A State Championship last week. Villanueva shot a 94 on Day 1 and a 98 on Day 2 for a two-day total of 192, low enough for 39th place May 28 and 29 at the Lewis River Golf Course in Woodland. "Rilee played pretty solid and had a couple holes that just came up and got her," head coach Lorna Martinson said. "It was really nice to see her (hit) ... a two-putt for par on the final hole of her high school golf career." Teammates Kerry Johnson and Jaymie Pentony shot 100 and 115, respectively, on the first day. The cut was 94 to reach the second day. "Kerry played solid most of the round, but had a couple wayward shots that really cost her," Martin- son said. "She birdied the par 6 12th hole on the first day, but had some other holes that she just couldn't recover from." Pentony finished the 3A West Central District III Tournament last week as an alternate to state and wasn't called up for the tournament until about 90 minutes before the tee time. "The late call got all of us scrambling a little the first morning," Martinson said. "Both Kerry and Jaymie will be back next year, so this experience will be very helpful to them in the future." Shelton boys tea,tie. for lOth at state With two boys competing at the WIAA 3A State Boys Golf Championship last week, the Highclimb- ers tied for 10th place. Mitchell DeAndre led the team, shooting 157 in two days to tie for 25th place, while Grant Cation shot a 158 to tie for 29th place May 29 at Tri-Moun- tain Golf Course in Ridgefield. "The athletes were disappointed with their play, but the season has to be a success for the total year," head coach Mark Jensen said. "We lipped a number of putts both days. That was really the difference in having excellent rounds as opposed to OK rounds. At that level, that makes a big difference." A third golfer, Nick Guyer, withdrew from the tournament May 28 with a back injury. North Mason boy finishes among top 40 + : ....... Josh Fredrickson tied for 36th place at the WIAA 2A State Boys Golf Championship last week. The North Mason golfer advanced from the first day of competition after shooting an 85 with an eagle and two birdies. The cutoffto make it to Day 2 was 87. "He was one of 42 players out of 80 to advance to the second day," co-head coach Martha Music said. "Josh's tee time was at 7:20 a.m. on a windy, cold Thursday morning." Fredrickson shot an 89 for a two-day total of 174. Compiled by reporter Emily Hanson SPORTS CALENDAR THURSDAY Shelton girls bas- ketball spring season at 3 p.m. in the Mini Dome. North Mason spring football at 3 p.m. at the baseball field. FRIDAY North Mason spring football at 3 p.m. at the baseball field. MONDAY Shelton girls bas- ketball spring season at 3 p.m. in the Mini Dome. North Mason spring football at 3 p.m. at the baseball field. North Mason spring vol- leyball at 3 p.m. in the gym. TUESDAY North Mason spring football at 3 p.m. at the baseball field. WEDNESDAY North Mason spring football at 3 p.m. at the baseball field. JUNE 12 Shelton girls basketball spring season at 3 p.m. in the Mini Dome. North Mason spring football at 3 p.m. at the baseball field. 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