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2'"; . - - : Page B-4 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 19,2014 North Mason incoming senior Terry Winslow blocks a teammate Monday during spring football practice while assistant coach Steve Anderson looks on. Journal photo by Emily Hanson Bulldogs turn out in droves By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncounOz cam The North Mason football team has the had the biggest turnout for spring football practices in more than six years. Practices began June 4 with 74 Bulldogs attending. "There's only been one other team with almost 70 at spring practices," head coach Jeff Bevers said. "That was when (John) Fullington was a junior and we'd had a 9-2 season the fall before." Fullington graduated from North Mason in 2010. He recently gradu- ated from Washington State Univer- sity, where he played four years of football and has signed a free-agent contract with the Green Bay Packers. Of the 74 North Mason football players participating in spring prac- tices, Bevers said about 50 have signed up for the team's camp in July. "Between the juniors and seniors, we've got close to 45 kids returning," Bevers said. "All the seniors had var- sity experience and four of the juniors played varsity last year." He said he's seen a lot of enthusi- asm from the Bulldogs so far. "There's real good energy with a lot of leadership from our seniors," he said. "Those are good steps. How it'll translate, we'll see." Bevers said he'd hoped to see more sopho- mores turn out for spring practices. "They kind of got beat up playing a junior var- sity schedule (last fall) because we didn't have a C-team," he added. Of the more than 20 freshmen who played in 2013, only eight or nine have returned for spring ball. "We have 25 incoming freshmen with us now and we will have a C-team this year," Bevers said. "I'm excited how that will grow the team." Bevers said he'll use the spring practices to help team members bond. The team ended spring practices Tuesday and will participate in noncontact activities, working on skills until camp. The Bulldogs will attend the Steve Gervais Academy from July 7 to 11 at The Evergreen State College in Olympia. Your Local Tides for the week of June 19 through June 26, 2014 ALLYN I Case Inlet 19 6:14am 3.8 20 12:17am 15.4 21 1:0Sam 15.1 22 I:53am 14.7 Thu 11:30am 10.3 Fri 7:20am 2.6 Sat 8:22am 1.4 Sun 9:16am 0.3 5:37pm 2.0 1:03pm 10.0 2:44pm 10.5 4:13pm 11.5 6:40pm 3.7 7:53pm 5.2 9:09pm 6.2 23 2:40am 14.4 24 3:25am 14.0 25 4:08am 13.6 26 12:14am 7.2 Man 10:04am -0.6 Tue 10:46arn -1.2 Wed 11:25am -1.6 Thu 4:49am 13.2 S:20pm 12.6 6:13pm 13.4 6:56pm 14.0 12:02pm -1.7 I0:21pm 6.8 11:22pm 7.1 7:33pm 14.3 SHELTON i Oakland Bay 19 12:08am 15.6 20 12:55am 15.4 21 1:43am 15.1 22 2:31am 14.7 Thu 7:20am 3.2 Fri 8:26am 2.2 Sat 9:28am 1.2 Sun I0:22am 0.3 12:08pm 10.3 1:41pm 10.0 3:22pm 10.5 4:51pm 11.5 6:43pm 1.7 7:46pm 3.2 8:S9pm 4.5 10:ISpm 5.4 23 3:18am 14.4 24 4:03am 14.0 25 12:28am 6.1 26 1:20am 6.2 Man 11:10pm -05 Tue 11:52am -1.0 Wed 4:46am 13.6 Thu 5:27am 13.2 5:58pm 12.6 6:51pm 13.4 12:31pm -1.4 l:08pm -1.5 11:27pm 5.9 7:34pm 14.0 8:11pm 14.3 UNION I Hood Canal 19 5:09am 3.6 20 6:09am 2.4 21 12:06am 12.2 22 12:Slam 11.9 Thu 10:38am 7.7 Fri 12:17pm 7.8 Sat 7:05am 1.2 Sun 7:57am 0.1 4:25pm 2.4 5:27pm 4.0 1:46pm 8.4 3:01pm 9,3 11:22pm 12.5 6:34pm 5.4 7:42pm 6.4 23 1:35am 11.7 24 2:19am 11.4 25 3:01am 11.2 26 3:41am 10.9 Man 8:46am -0.8 Tue 9:31am -1.4 Wed 10:14am -1.8 Thu 10:54am -2.0 4:03pm 10.2 4:54prn 11.1 5:38pm 11.7 6:18prn 12,1 8:46pm 7.0 9:47pm 7.2 10:42prn 7.3 11:32pm 7.2 THE SUN and THE MOON 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Sunrise 5:16am 5:16am 5:16am 5:17am s:17am 5:17am 5:18am 5:18am Sunset 9:12pm 9:12pm 9:12pm 9:12pm 9:12pm 9:12pm 9:12pm 9:12pm Moonrise 1:12am 1:52am 2:24am 2:58am 3:37am 4:20am 5:08am Moonset 1:22pm 2:32pm 3:40pro 4:47pm 5:50pro 6:49pm 7:43prn 8:31pm Third quarter June 19 New Moon June 27 thejournal Tidal Information courtesy NOAA I Astronomical Data courtesy U.S. Naval Observatory MCSA This 00veek AT THE RANGE Non-Members Welcome Memberships Available Juue 19, Thursday Winchester Defensive Pistol Marksmanship Program Develop shooting skills with your concealed carry firearm. 50 rounds or more, self paced awards style shooting program. All skill levels welcome. $6.00 members, $8.00 for non-members. June 20, Friday 6:00 pm Bullseye .22 Pistol at 50 feet on 6 targets. Skill building at it's finest. Shoot runs about an hour, 60 rounds. $3.00 for members $5.00 for non-members Jane 21, Saturday 10:00 am New Member Applicants Orientation Persons interested in joining MCSA meet at the range for approximately an hour and and half safety and range operations session. File applications. June 24, Tuesday 6:00 P.M. Action Pistol League Move and shoot for .38 special, 9mm, and up. 48 rounds on a mix of targets, awards after 5 matches. This is a very popular event at the range, $6.00 for members and $8.00 for non-members. Spectators are welcome, bring eye. and ear protection. June 26, Thursday 6:00 P.M. Winchester Sporting Rifle Marksmanship Bring any safe sporting .221r rifle and 60 plus rounds of ammo, eye and hearing protection. Runs about 2 hours. $6.00 members $8.00 non- members. COMING UP: July 5, 2014 10:00 am-3:30 pln First Steps Pistol Class. Firearm and ammunition provided. Applications and payment information on the club website. $50.00 per person. We have fund raising gun raffles, tickets are $2.00 per ticket. See the Ruger Camp rifle or American Classic 1911 and buy tickets at Renegade Guns in Shelton, they are open 10am-5pm Monday-Friday or contact a club member. Did you know: The indoor pistol/.22 rifle range is open to the public on the second Saturday of every month from 10am to 2pm.A target is included in your $12.00 fee which provides a lane you may share with one other shooter. Additional targets are 25 cents. MASON COUNTY SPORTSMAN' S ASSOCIATION W. 521 Business Park Rd., Shelton Message Phone 427-1102  www.masoncountysa.com Just a reminder .... Deadline for news and advertising00 is Monday at 5:00 p.m. Young Owls get in shape Spring football practice starts conditioning for Mary M. Knight By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncoun cam Matt Brkljacich knows he has a challenge this fall. The Mary M. Knight head football coach will start the 2014 season with just five returning players: seniors James Anderson, Austin Re- necker, Taylor Diggle and Adam Pais and ju- nior Isaiah Thompson. This leaves him three positions to fill and more than 15 young, inexperi- enced football players to fill them. To address this chal- lenge head-on, Brkljacich hosted spring football beginning June 2 and concluding Tuesday. The seven days of practice last about 90 minutes each day. "We're so young that I wanted kids to learn how to put on gear, teach them drills they can do alone in the summer and get conditioning started for the summer," Brkljacich said. "We've got to come into camp (in August) in shape. I can't spend two weeks getting them into shape." More than 20 athletes turned out for practices last week to participate in no-contact, no-gear drills followed by light- contact drills with gear. The majority of ath- letes were incoming freshmen and eighth- graders, many of whom had never put on pads before. "We've got some inex- perience to deal with, but I like their attitudes," Brkljacich said. He said all of the young athletes know the five returning players, who have been welcom- ing to the new Owls. "I'd go to battle with those (five returners) any game," Brkljacich said. A big part of his strat- egy for the spring prac- tices was to split the team into groups, with the returning players leading the drills. "If I can get my ath- letes to teach other ath- letes, that's where they'll learn," Brkljacich said.