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Tourney'. Teams raise money for fund K continued from page B-3 inaugural Christ Boelk Memorial Softball Tour- nament. The tournament, run by Shelton resident Josh- ua Peppers, is in memory of Boelk, a 2002 Shelton High School graduate who died in a car acci- dent in 2007. "Chris was a good friend of mine," Peppers said. "Me and a friend put this together and we're hoping to do this tournament every year." Boelk, the son of Lynn and Bob Boelk, played football for four years for the Highclimbers. A scholarship in his name has been given to a Shel- ton football player since 2009. The tournament, which begins at 9 a.m. Saturday at Mason County Recreation Area, will raise money for the scholarship fund. The championship game of the tournament is expected to begin around 5:30 or 6:30 p.m., Peppers said. "We'll have both the turf fields going at the same time because it's a four-game guarantee tournament," Peppers said. ATHLETE OF THE WEEK Thuredav, Jure 5, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page B-5 North Mason senior focuses on teamwork By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncounty, com Nick Kissler is all about teamwork. Although the North Mason senior was a captain on the boys soccer team this spring, he didn't consider himself the top leader. "I think a major part of leading is being able to fol- low," Kissler said. "A lot of guys led and stepped up this season. That's what makes a team a team." Kissler has been playing soccer for 10 years. He began playing after watching his older brothers. "I like that you learn how to competitively compete as a team," he said. "Soccer's not a sport you can do everything solo in." Although Washington State University -- where Kissler's been accepted -- doesn't have a boys soccer team, he said he plans to continue playing next year. "There's a co-ed club team there," Kissler said. "It'll be a slight change, but soccer is soccer. I'm not going to school for soccer, so it wasn't a major concern for me." Kissler said he plans to study forensic anthropology at WSU. "The show 'Bones' got me interested, but for the longest time I wanted to be a police of- fleer," Kissler said. "I like sci- ence and math and this major seemed to fit." Although soccer has always been Kissler's favorite sport, he also played four years of tennis for the Bulldogs and was on the boys basketball team for two years. Another way Kissler focus- es on teamwork is through the ASB leadership class, which he joined this year. "I mainly do sound equip- ment for assemblies and that's evolved into doing sound for everything," he said. "It's good to be connected." He said he wished he would've joined ASB sooner. "It's one of my favorite classes," Kissler added. "It's ATHLETE Nick Kissler School: North Mason High School Spring sport: Boys soccer Favorite color:. Green Favorite number:. 5 Role model: "My oldest brother, Mitch, be- cause he's the one that got me into sports and helped teach me right from wrong. I knew if I had a problem and I was afraid to go to my parents, I could go to him." Kissler very hands-on and a lot of and volunteer a lot of time teamwork. Everything we do there," he said. benefits the school and it's Kissler said he's looking nice to know we've made a dif- forward to this summer, when ference." he plans to play a lot of beach Outside of school and volleyball with his friends. sports, Kissler spends a lot of "I also like to go to the gun time at the Boys & Girls Club, range," Kissler said. "I like where his mother works, dirt bikes and cars. Pretty "I help kids with their much anything that's out- homework, help serve food doors." Nimrod Club sponsors fishing day at Batstone Pond for EFi Public welcome to attend from 9 a.m. to 1p.m. 5aturday By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncoun, com Since 1963, the Shelton Nimrod Club has sponsored a fishing day for Exceptional For- esters Inc. (EFi). This year is no exception. The fishing day runs from 9 a.m. to i p.m. "it's a fun day of " " 11 hshmg. Lance Deyette, event chairman She/ton 'mrqd Club Saturday at Batstene Pond off of Mason Lake Road. "It's a fun day of fishing," event chairman Lance Deyette said. "It's a volunteer event for the community and a big deal for the EFi community." According to the EFi website, EFi's mis- sion statement is "to assist people with dis- abilities to maximize their sense of honor, dignity and self-worth by providing quality vocational evaluation and training." Although the fishing day is sponsored for EFi, Deyette said it is open to the public. '%Ve have lots of volunteers show up," he said. "Well take anybody who wants to show up and volunteer or put a fishing rod in their hand." Each year, the Eel Spring Hatchery from the Skokomish Valley stocks the pond with about 250 trout for the fishing day. continued from page B-2 Sunday -- Mary M. Knight at the state Hammer Championship at Centralia High School Hammer -- 1, Hannah Frost, 164-11 Running Goldsborough Creek Run Saturday -- in Shelton 2-mile run: Under 9 female, 1, Carey Autrey, 18:29. Under 9 male, 1, Judah Holzgrove, 18:13. 9-14 female, 1, Alden Gregg, 15:52; 2, Quinn Lacy, 18:49; 3, Morgen Shrum, 19:18; 4, Hannah Shrum, 20:07; 5, Skye Gaither, 20:26.9-14 male, 1, William Johnson, 10:46. 15-19 female, 1, Bailee Smith, 17:08. 15- 19 male, 1, Darius Burke, 10:25 (overall male winner); 2, Gable Lacy, 11:50; 3, Alek McDermott, 15:16.20-29 female, 1, Sydney Tomalin, 15:28 (overall female winner); 2, Marriah Warner-Gaynor, 21:31.30-29 female, 1, Rebecca Carpenter, 15:59; 2, Norma King, 18:26; 3, Jessica Carey, 18:29; 4, Nicole Eddins, 18:57; 5, Janel MeFarland, 21:51; 6, Alicia Ward, 21:51.30-39 male, 1, Victor Carpenter, 11:09; 2, Justin Holzgrove, 18:13; 3, Matt Eddins, 18:58.50-59 female, 1, Jill Brennan-Smith, 31:30.50-59 male, 1, Don Stillwell, 14:25; 2, Mike Burke, 14:42; 3, Glenn Gaither, 17:12; 4, Tony Munoz, 20:40; 5, Doug Kirk, 28:49.60-69 female, 1, Linda Shrum, 19:53.60-69 male, 1, Bill Wells, 19:04. Older than 70 male, 1, Douglas Woolen, 14:51; 2, Elbert Field, 21:27. 2-mile walk: 15-19 female, 1, Haylee Dehning, 33:51.20-29 female, 1, Lauren Cook, 29:37; 2, Alicia Johnson, 38:44. 20-29 male, 1, Steven Wells, 29:38. 30-39 female, 1, Eva Hunter, 49:05.40-49 female, 1, Lisa Woodard, 26:51; 2, Andrea Harrier, 28:09; 3, Kimberly Lund, 36:01.50-59 female, 1, Cara Wilson, 28:01; 2, Ann McElhinney, 28:09; 3, Alice Wells, 29:42; 4, Joy Borney, 37:34; 5, Kris Davies, 37:35; 6, Caprice Davis, 40:51; 7, Tracy Johnson, 43:35; 8, Joanne Platt, 43:36; 9, Janet McIntyre, 46:40.50-59 male, 1, Brian Davis, 40:52.60-69 female, 1, Chriss Briekert, 26:52; 2, Kathy Abernathy- Robinson, 31:26; 3, Linda Andrews, 36:15; 4, Sue Barwick, 49:03. Older than 70 female, 1, Lynn Wilson, 28:02; 2, Glenda Dehning, 33:52; 3, Caroline Fenn, 36:55. 7-mile run: 9-14 female, 1, Taylor Geiger, 56:02; 2, Emma Miller, 1.10:56; 3, Kody Wynn, 1.25:38. 15-19 female, 1, Rachel McIrvin, 1.04:05; 2, Savanna Schneidmiller, 1.04:21.15-19 male, 1, Christopher Frost, 54:06; 2, Derek French, 1.21:08.20-29 female, 1, Sarah Johnson, 42:28 (overall female winner); 2, Stephanie Howard, 1.00:33; 3, Shawnee Rose, 1.07:40; 4, Lauren Smith, 1.12:18. 20-29 male, 1, JeffWells, 55:32; 2, Scan Frazier, 57:17; 3, Dale Speas, 1.10:15.30-39 female, 1, Niki Covert, 51:03; 2, Kara Medcalf, 58:39; 3, Lonie Rickard, 1.00:37; 4, Andrea Watts, 1.01:07; 5, Wendy Harlow, 1.02:21; 6, Jennifer Beierle, 1.05:10; 7, Kris Rose, 1.03:09; 8, Mary Carver, 1.03:13; 9, Jackie Krzyzek, 1.05:23; 10, Katie Shrum, 1.06:51; 11, Kelle Medcalf, 1.13:59; 12, Rebecca Wynn, 1.25:38.30-39 male, 1, Donovan Russell, 43:50; 2, Chris Carpenter, 45:16; 3, Dano Carver, 1.03:13; 4, Perry Wynn, 1.25:37.40-49 female, 1, Elaine Farr, 59:31; 2, Angela Burris, 1.08:44; 3, Susan Isham, 1.08:50; 4, Heidi Miller, 1.11:11; 5, Liz Anderson, 1:14.41; 6, Amy Braakman, 1.15:17; 7, Wendi Kirk, 1.16:37; 8, Billie Huston, 1.22:37.40-49 male, 1, Cory Woodward, 43.19; 2, Paul Bliss, 46:22; 3, Erik Heimann, 46:32; 4, John Johnson, 46:39; 5, Loren Moniel, 49:19; 6, Eric Barkman, 55:12; 7, Frank Weeks, 57:31; 8, John Frazier, 1.10:55; 9, Steven Renecker, 1.14:24. 50-59 female, 1, Denise Gaither, 59:14; 2, Juli Taylor, 1.04:53; 3, Gabrielle McNabb, 1.18:27; 4, Dorothy Perkins, 1.18:30. 50-59 male, 1, Doug Babbit, 42:09 (overall male winner); 2, Ben Johnson, 51:38; 3, Jay Stillwell, 54:10; 4, Russell Osterhout, 57:46; 5, Robert Rabble, 58:39; 6, Jerrold Barker, 58:49; 7, Del Schnitzer, 59:29; 8, Garry Davies, 1.03:12.60-69 male, 1, Jeff Watson, 56:01; 2, Roy Osterhaus, 1.06:17; 3, Jim Brooks, 1.01:44; 4, George Sandberg, 1.01:55. 7-mile walk: 9-14 female, 1, Gwynn Hayes, 2.07:04. 9-14 male, 1, Wesley Barnum, 2.06:04; 2, Owen Hayes, 2.07:02. 15-19 female, 1, Tianne Neal, 2.02:12. 20-29 female, 1, Kylie Sehnitzer, 1.23:16; 2, Kaila Navarre, 2.02:34; 3, Julianne Rowan, 2.02:35; 4, Veronica Houghtaling, 2.05:42.30-39 female, 1, Kristen Tarzwell, 1.32:03; 2, Jena Russell, 1.33:13; 3, Danielle Roder, 1.33:14; 4, Julie Gall, 1.41:32; 5, Kristen French, 1.47:22; 6, Melissa McFadden, 1.50:25; 7, Shanda Pierce, 2.03:07; 8, Lisa Gardner, 2.11:15. 30-39 male, 1, Richard Burnam, 2.08:43. 40-49 female, 1, Kathy Royes, 1.15:09; 2, Teri Schnitzer, 1.25:15; 3, Elaine Mirka, 1.23:15; 4, Ellen Sanchez, 1.24:34; 5, Greta Ireland, 1.32:04; 6, Keri Davidson, 1.33:12; 7, Joy Fulling, 1.33:12; 8, Shelly Dunnington, 1.37:17; 9, Francis Traeis, 1.37:17; 10, Nancy Dewey, 1.47:21; 11, Krista Stevenson, 1.48:04; 12, Beth Leech, 2.02:20; 13, Tanon Holcomb, 2:03.06; 14, Trena Johnson, 2.06:42; 15, Tanessa Noll, 2.11:15; 16, Terri Hopkins, 2.12:02; 17, Maria Cole, 2.17:17; 18, Adriana DelBosque, 2.17:18. 40-49 male, 1, Michael Simdars, 1.48:12; 2, Derek Pohle, 1.50:24; 3, John Hayes, 2.09:53.50-59 female, 1, Maura Reyes, 1.11:01; 2, Gayle Weston, 1.39:35; 3, Mellody Olels, 1.41:45; 4, Mary Jones, 1.42:16; 5, Lori Heinzen, 1.45:56; 6, Kendra Smith, 1.47:14; 7, Dawna Woodruff, 1.47:15; 8, Genell Brown, 1.51:25; 9, Stephne Orrell, 2.12:02; 10, Holly Ojeda, 2.28:47. 60-69 female, 1, Joyce Weston-Smith, 1.42:32; 2, Kathy Bauer, 1.43:40; 3, Dianne Ramsey, 1.47:15; 4, Kathy LeBresh, 1.47:56; 5, Barbara Robinson, 1.48:06; 6, Suzanne Stockwell, 1.51:24; 7, Virginia Neal, 2.02:12; 8, Claire Voskuhl, 2.07; 9, Patrice Elmes, 2.28:43; 10, Cathy Stussy, 2.31:47; 11, Susan Racchi, 2.34:47.60- 69 male, 1, Ken Stodden, 1.09:30; 2, Gary Koch, 1.39:35; 3, Chris Penoyer, 1.42:01; 4, Bob Robinson, 1.48:07; 5, Norris Stussy, 1.57:52; 6, Marv Voskuhl, 2.09:53. Older than 70 male, 1, Norman Anderson, 1.42:48.