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Page B-6 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 5, 2014 More than 200 turn out for annual run Judah Holzgrove, 7, from Shelton, finishes the 2-mile run Saturday in the Goldsborough Creek Run with his father, Justin Holzgrove, also from Shelton. The pair crossed the finish line in 18 minutes, 13 seconds. Judah was the only boy under age 9 to compete in the race, while Justin ran in the 30-39 male age division. Journal photo by Gordon Weeks By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncounty.com The 7-mile walk and 7-mile run events during the Goldsborough Creek Run had a large turnout Saturday. Sixty-six people participated in both events. Those 132 people were among a total of 222 who hit the streets of Shel- ton for the annual event, which is part of the Mason County Forest Festival. "We had great weather and every- one seemed to enjoy the events," orga- nizer Sheryal Balding said. Shelton resident Darius Burke, com- peting in the 15-19 male age division, dominated the 2-mile run competitors. He was the overall male winner with a time of 10 minutes, 25 seconds. Port Orchard's Sydney Tomalin, who competed in the 20-29 female age division, was the overall female winner at 15:28. Thirty-three runners competed in the event. In the 7-mile run, the overall male "We had great weather and everyone seemed te 11 e jey the events," Sheryal Balding, organizer and female winners finished within seconds of each other. Tacoma's Doug Babbit, competing in the 50-59 male age division, won the race in 42:09, while Shelton's Sarah Johnson, in the 20-29 female age divi- sion, crossed the finish line in 42:28. During the event, 25 people partici- pated in the 2-mile walk, while 32 chil- dren ran the junior jog for a book and medal. Mary M. Knight baseball wins season finale By EMILY HANSON emi@masoncoun com Four late runs earned the Mary M. Knight baseball team its lone victory of the season. The Owls, in their last game of the season, defeated Pope John Paul High School 4-3 May 14 in Matlock. "We put our hearts into this game and it showed with great defense, outstanding pitching and awesome team- work," head coach Butch Carr said. Heading into the bottom of the fifth inning, Pope John Paul led 2-0. The Owls tied it up with two runs. After saving another run, Mary M. Knight pushed across two more runs in the bottom of the seventh inning for the victory. "This was our first victory in two years of play," Carr said. "It shows growth in our young players and our program." Paul Werly pitched a com- plete game, giving up four hits and walking three. He struck out five batters in 86 pitches. "Werly kept the ball down in the strike zone and com- manded the fastball, which set up his curve, which had the hitters out front and off- balance," Carr said. He said Harley Kenyon was the defensive star of the game. Kenyon played flawless at sec- ond base, had five assists and one put-out. At the plate, James Ander- son led the Owls, going 1-3 with one run and one RBI. A1- ycia Gerou went 1-3 with one run, while Kenyon also went 1-3. "We had a great fan re- sponse to the first home game and they were treated to a great ballgame," Carr said. "We really appreciate their support." He said he looks forward to next season, stating that the Owls (1-5) have a solid nucleus to build around. "The kids understand about continual improvement and dedication, so we'll keep at it," Carr said.