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Page B-2 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 19, 2014 SPORTS CALENDAR THURSDAY North Mason volleyball skills camp. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for fifth through eighth grades; 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for ninth through 1 lth grades. Shelton girls basketball spring season practice at 3 p.m. in the Mini Dome. Cascade League adult co-ed softball plays at 6:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. at Callanan Park and at Mason County Recreation Area. FRIDAY North Mason volleyball skills camp. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for fifth through eighth grades; 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for ninth through 1 lth grades. MONDAY North Mason Mini Bull- dog Basketball Camp in the Hawkins Middle School gym and the North Mason High School gym. Times to determined. Shelton youth tennis lessons from 8-9 a.m. for children 13 years old and older, 9:05-10:05 a.m. for children ages 8 to 12 years at the SHS tennis courts. Registration is $30 per child, or $25 each for two or more children from the same family. Shelton youth volleyball skills camp from 9 a.m. to noon for children in grades fourth through ninth in the Mini Dome. Registration is $35 for one child, or $30 each for two or more chil- dren from one family. Shelton spring football practice from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on the Oakland Bay Junior High School prac- tice field. Olympic League adult co-ed softball plays at 6:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. at Callanan Park and at Mason County Recreation Area. TUESDAY North Mason Mini Bull- dog Basketball Camp in the Hawkins Middle School gym and the North Mason High School gym. Times to determined. Shelton youth tennis lessons from 8-9 a.m. for children 13 years old and older, 9:05-10:05 a.m. for children ages 8 to 12 years at the SHS tennis courts. Registration is $30 per child, or $25 each for two or more children from the same family. Shelton youth volleyball skills camp from 9 a.m. to noon for children in grades fourth through ninth in the Mini Dome. Registration is $35 for one child, or $30 each for two or more chil- dren from one family. Adult drop-in pickleball season begins. From 9-11 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday, all skill levels are welcome to drop in to Olympic Middle School for pickleball. Cost to play is $3. Program runs until Aug. 26. Shelton girls basketball spring season practice at 3 p.m. in the Mini Dome. Shelton spring football practice from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on the Oakland Bay Junior High School prac- tice field. Cascade League adult co-ed softball plays at 6:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. at Cal- lanan Park and at Mason County Recreation Area. WEDNESDAY North Mason Mini Bull- dog Basketball Camp in the Hawkins Middle School gym and the North Mason High School gym. Times to determined. Shelton youth tennis lessons from 8-9 a.m. for children 13 years old and SCOREBOARD older, 9:05-10:05 a.m. for children ages 8 to 12 years at the SHS tennis courts. Registration is $30 per child, or $25 each for two or more children from the same family. Shelton youth volleyball skills camp from 9 a.m. to noon for children in grades fourth through ninth in the Mini Dome. Registration is $35 for one child, or $30 each for two or more chil- dren from one family. Olympic League adult co- ed softball plays at 6:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. at Cal- lanan Park and at Mason County Recreation Area. JUNE 26 Shelton youth tennis lessons from 8-9 a.m. for children 13 years old and older, 9:05-10:05 a.m. for children ages 8 to 12 years at the SHS tennis courts. Registration is $30 per child, or $25 each for two or more children from the same family. Shelton youth boys and girls basketball camp from 9 a.m. to noon for chil- dren in grades third through eighth in the Mini Dome. Registration cost is $30, or $25 each for two or more children from one family. Adult drop-in pickleball from 9-11 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday, all skill levels are welcome to drop in to Olympic Middle School for pickleball. Cost to play is $3. Program runs until Aug. 26. Shelton girls basketball spring season practice at 3 p.m. in the Mini Dome. Cascade League adult co-ed softball plays at 6:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. at CaP lanan Park and at Mason County Recreation Area. To submit a sports calendar item, email emily@masoncounty.com GOLF Alderbrook Ladies' Golf Club June 10 -- Points 18-hole division 1: 1st, Linda Creswell, 41; 2nd, Kendra Warner, 39; 3rd (tie), Kay McAvinew, Re- nee Youngs, 38 18-hole division 2: 1st, Maxine Baillie, 42; 2nd, Marilyn Keller, 41; 3rd (tie), Pat Johnson, Terry Kelly, 38 9-hole division: 1st, Lana Clausen, 25; 2nd, Barb Roberts, 23; 3rd (tie), Delores Barrett, Diane Budd, Jackie Wattnem, 20 June 12 -- Flag Day 18-hole: 1st, Kendra War- ner; 2nd, Maxine Baillie; 3rd, Renee Youngs; 4th, Sharon Dufresne; 5th, Kay McAvinew; 6th, Linda Mc- Mullin; 7th, Patti Dawson; 8th, Sandy Stoffel; 9th (tie), Pat Johnson, Nancy Gurnsey, Sue Wright, As- trid Ellefson 9-hole: 1st, Peggy Willis; 2nd, Delores Barrett; 3rd, Paula Gallagher; 4th (tie), Bebe Silvey, Sally Steffan v , Lake Cushman Ladies' Golf Club June 10 - 18-hole  Least Putts First division: 1st, Jerene Smart; 2nd, Dan Muller; 3rd, Kathy John- son Second division: 1st, Elaine Close; 2nd, Vickie World Third division: 1st, Bet- sy Sharp; 2nd, Judy Kei- ffer; 3rd, Lisa Hornyak Closest to the pin: Donna Davis, No. 4; Lisa Hornyak, No. 6; Jan O1- son, No. 15 Chip-ins: Georgia Elia- son and Elaine Close Lake Limerick Ladies' Golf Club June 9 - 9-hole Criers Flight 1: 1st, Robbi AI- berts, 28; 2nd (tie), Toni Stevens, Mary Lou Traut- mann, 29 Flight 2: 1st (tie), Joyce Reynolds, Laura Berlin, 24 Flight 3: 1st, Pegi Reese, 23; 2nd, Sharon Corrigan, 26 Pars: Robbi Alberts, No. 1; Joyce Reynolds, No. 1, N 7; Gayle Wilcox, No. 1; Toni Stevens, No. 6; Laura Berlin, No. 9; Sharon Cor- igen, No. 4; Gail Gagner, No. 1; Mary Lou Traut- mann, No. 4 Chip-ins: Debbie Nokes, No. 3; Laura Berlin, No. 9 Low net of the day: Lau- ra ]Berlin, 32 June 11 -- 29th annual $lamrock Tournament Low gross of the field: Karen Sharp (Maple- wood), 85 Low net of the field: (tie) Kathy Sorgenfrei (Gig Harbor), Deb Will (Lake Limerick), 64 Flight 1 Low gross: Lesley Rob- ertshaw-Mosley (Lake Limerick) Low net: Pat Conway (Dungeness), 67 Net: 2nd, Marilyn Wal- drop, Lake Limerick), 70; 3rd, Melanie Bickar (High- lands), 71; 4th, Karon Strada (Highlands), 74 Flight 2 Low gross: Mary Lou Trautmann (Lake Limer- ick), 94 Low net: Robbi Alberts (Lake Limerick), 66 Net: 2nd, Billie Elms (Lake Limerick), 66; 3rd, Toni Stevens (Lake Limer- ick), 70; 4th, Sharon Ben- nett (Lake Cushman), 0 Flight 3 Low gross: Linda Stew- art (Gig Harbor), 103 r Low net: Laura Lee Ber- lin (Lake Limerick), 68 Net: 2nd, Rita Lipirski (Lake Limerick), 71; 3rd, Kristi Gray (Lake Lim- erick), 71; 4th (tie), Mpry Lou Wicken (Lake Limer- ick), Bonnie Morrow (Lake Limerick), 72 Teams 2-net Best Ball: 1st, Ann Johnson (Lake Limerick), Michele Kelly- Johnson (Delphi), Linda Stewart (Gig Harbor) and Kathy Sorgenfrei (Gig Harbor), 118; 2nd, Bonnie Morrow (Lake Limerick), Sharon Corrigan (Lake Limerick), Sharon Glass (Capitol City) and Donna Pontius (Capitol City), 122 Closest to the pin (No. 7): Flight 1, Karon Strada (Highlands), 15-3; Flight 2, Ann Johnson (Lake Limerick), 25-3; Flight 3, Deb Will (Lake Limerick), 15-7 Longest drive (No. 17): Flight 1, Amy Broderick (Jorgensen Golf); Flight 2, Bey Ballesteros (Capitol City); Flight 3, Deb Will (Lake Limerick) Accuracy drive (No. 3): Flight 1, Eva Sayers (LakeLand Village), 3.5; Flight 2, Cherry Scure (Highlands), 9; Flight 3 (tie), Leona Klein (Alder- brook), Kaye Knudsen (Lake Limerick), on the line CO-ED SOFTBALL Cascade League June 12 - Camco 12, Outlaws 10 O 0000460-10196 C 5 02 203x-12224 Notable hitters: Cam- co: A. Briggs, 4-4 (2B, 2R, 2RBI); N. Young, 4-4 (3R, RBI); S. Mentzer, 3-4 (3RBI, R); J. Clayton, 3-3 (R); T. Dobson, 2-4 (2B, 2R);. C. Mentzer, 2-4 (R). Outlaws: M. Duncan, 3-3 (3B, 2R, RBI); B. Chaney, 3-4; C. Crump, 2-3 (2B, 2R, 2RBI); D. Brotche, 2-3 (2R, RBI); T. Lomax, 2-3 (RBI, sac. RBI); E. Steven- son, 2-4 (3B, 2B, 2R, RBI); R. Ruel, 2-4 (2B, R) , Reported league stand- ings*: 1, Shelton Athletic Club, 2-0; 2, Bomb Squad, 2-0; 3, Brothers United, 1-0; 4, og Cabin Tavern/ Arcadia Drilling, 1-1; 5, Skokomish/Lucky Dog Ca- Sino, 0-2; 6, Camco, 0-2; 7, Outlaws, 0-1 Olympic League Reported league stand- ings*: 1, Castle & Cole- man Logging, 2-0; 2, Fud- dpuckers, 2-0; 3, Shelton Shockers, 1-1; 4, Sage Bookstore, 1-1; 5, Steph's Espresso, 0-2; 6, Sound- Waves, 0-2 * League standings are based on scores reported to Mark Ziegler, Shelton Parks & Recreations direc- tor as of June 12.