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Page B-2 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 10, 2014 SPORTS CALENDAR THURSDAY Olympic League adult co- North Mason football at ed softball games at 6:15 team camp all day at The and 7:15 p.m. at Callanan Evergreen State College. Park. North Mason boys bas- TUESDAY ketball summer practice at North Mason boys bas- 8 a.m. ketball summer practice at 8a.m. Adult drop-in pickleball from 10 a.m. to noon at Adult drop-in pickleball Olympic Middle School for from 10 a.m. to noon at Ev- $3. ergreen Elementary School for $3. Shelton girls basketball summer practices at 10 a.m. in the Mini Dome. North Mason girls basket- ball summer practice at 6 p.m. South Mason Youth Soc- cer Club games at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at South Mason Soccer Park. Cascade League adult co- ed softball games at 6:15 and 7:15 p.m. at Callanan Park and Mason County Recreation Area. FRIDAY Friday Night Fights at Little Creek Casino Re- sort. Doors open at 4 p.m., first bout starts at 5 p.m. The main event features Art Hovhannisan vs. Jonathan Maicelo and the co-main event features Tureano Johnson vs. Mike Gavronski. SATURDAY Shelton Showdown disc golf tournament at the Shelton Springs Disc Golf Course. Skin Cancer Awareness Golf Tournament at noon at LakeLand Village Golf Course in Allyn. SUNDAY Shelton Showdown disc golf tournament at the Shelton Springs Disc Golf Course. MONDAY North Mason boys bas- ketball summer practice at 8a.m. North Mason girls basket- ball summer practice at 6 p.m. South Mason Youth Soc- cer Club games at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at South Mason Soccer Park. South Mason Youth Soc- cer Club games at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at South Mason Soccer Park. Cascade League adult co- ed softball games at 6:15 and 7:15 p.m. at Callanan Park and Mason County Recreation Area. WEDNESDAY North Mason volleyball summer practice at 7:30 a.m. in the Hawkins Middle School gym. North Mason boys bas- ketball summer practice at 8a.m. South Mason Youth Soc- cer Club games at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at South Mason Soccer Park. Olympic League adult co-ed softball games at 6:15 and 7:15 p.m. at Callanan Park. JULY 17 North Mason boys basket- ball leaves for team camp at Gonzaga University in Spokane. Adult drop-in pickleball from 10 a.m. to noon at Ev- ergreen Elementary School for $3. North Mason girls basket- ball summer practice at 6 p.m. South Mason Youth Soc- cer Club games at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at South Mason Soccer Park. Cascade League adult co- ed softball games at 6:15 and 7:15 p.m. at Callanan Park and Mason County Recreation Area. To submit a sports calendar item, email emily@ masoncounty, com COLLEGE BOUND By EMILY HANSON em#y@masoncoun com Kelsey Albaugh is ready for her next transition. "When I transitioned from playing recreation softball to playing in high school, it wasn't a big jump," the recent Shelton High School graduate said. "I think this will be a bigger jump. I'm excited for the challenge." Albaugh received a partial athletic scholarship to the Lower Columbia Commu- nity College in Longview. "They're in the (Northwest Athletic Association of Com- munity Colleges) and they're a very strong, big-hitting team," Albaugh said. "It's a close-knit, almost family oriented group, which is what I really like. They've definitely excelled in Albaugh their conference." While at Lower Columbia, Albaugh said she plans to take core classes to earn her Associate of Arts degree. Then she wants to transfer to a four- year university to double major in nutrition and sports science. "I still want to incorporate my career with sports because that's all I've ever known," she said. "I want to eventually be a nutritionist and trainer at a college." That profession appeals to Albaugh, she said, because it will keep her around the sports she loves after she can't play anymore. "1 still want to incorporate my career with sports because that's all I've ever k.OW.," Kelsey Albaugh "Fastpitch has always been what I devoted my life to and it's where my passion is, but I'm start- ing to realize I can't always put my sports first," Albaugh said. Playing for Lower Columbia isn't the only reason Albaugh is interested in attending the school. "When I took a campus visit, I knew I'd end up there because everything seemed perfect," she said. "I'll miss my family, that's going to be the biggest thing. It's two hours away, though, so I can still come home when I need to, which is nice." Albaugh said her goal for fastpiteh is to be a starter for Lower Columbia by the end of her first season. "I need to really keep my average up and to focus on the offense side of the game," she said. She said the school contacted Shelton head coach Kim Goldsby and asked about Albangh during this spring's season. "They were really excited because of the league awards I've gotten," she said. "I was choosen for the first team All-Narrows for three years." GOLF Alderbrook Ladies' Golf Club July 1 -- Alternate Shots Team Play Winners: 1st, Pat Johnson, Leona Klein, Marlene Maki and Linda Roberge, I06; 2nd (tie), Karen Aumend, Dee Bishop, Pau- lette Johnston and Sally Steffan, Shaunna Webb, Patti Dawson, Kay McAvinew and Rebecca Dan- ielson, 107 July 3 -- Selective 9 18-hole Division 1: 1st, Nancy Gurnsey, 24.5; 2nd, Kendra War- ner, 25.5; 3rd, Shirley Swenson, 26; 4th, Coralie Watters, 26.5 18-hole Division 2: 1st, Karen Dobson, 19.5; 2nd, Maxine Bail- lie, 20.5; 3rd, Karen Aumend, 22.5; 4th, Linda McMullin, 23 9-hole Division: ist, Peggy Wil- lis, 12.5; 2nd, Del Bailey, 14; 3rd, DeeDee Hammer, 15 Lake Cushman Ladies' Golf Club July 2 -- 18-hole Medal Play First Division Low gross: Linda Sund Low net: 1st, Jerene Smart; 2nd, Charlotte Ockermann; 3rd (tie), Kathy Johnson, Diann Muller Second Division Low gross: Elaine Close Low net: 1st, Vickie World; 2nd, Joleta Smith; 3rd (tie), Betsy Sharp, Betty Peini Third Division Low gross: Lisa Hornyak Low net: 1st, Georgia Pedersen; 2nd, Christal Nelson; 3rd, Char- lotte Gilje Closest to the pin: Charlotte Gilje, No. 4; Betsy Sharp, No. 6; Elaine Close, No. 15 Chip-ins: Joleta Smith; Vickie World; Sharon Jarvis; Diann Muller; Izzy Hobson Lake Limerick Ladies' Golf Club July 2 -- 18-hole Low Net Flight 1: 1st, Toni Stevens, 74; 2nd, Ann Johnson, 76; 3rd, Kenny Torkelson, 77 Flight 2: 1st, Deb Rechnitz, 73; 2nd, Bonnie Morrow, 74; 3rd, Jeannine Jacob, 78 Chip-ins: Mary Lou Trautmann, No. 5, No. 9; Bonnie Morrow, No. 14 Birdies: Mary Lou Trautmann, No. 1 Low net of the day: Deb Rech- nitz, 73 June 2 -- 9-hole Low Net Flight 1: 1st, Sharon Corrigan, 37; 2nd (tie), Brenda Asselstine, Susie Morris, 41 Flight 2: 1st, Nancy Rickey, 37; 2nd, Pegi Reese, 42 Pars: Sheila Nokes, No. 7 Low net of the day: (tie) Sharon Corrigan, Nancy Rickey, 37