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GOLF Seydel, 74; 2nd gross, July 9 - 18-hole Team Lorna Martinson and DeeLow Net Alderbrook Ladies' Bishop, 77; 1st net, Debbie Winners: 1st (tie), Lin- Golf Club Everley and Dorie Pan- da Sund, Jan Olson and July 8 - Blind Partners nette, 61 (won tie-breaker); Christal Nelson, Izzy Hob- 18-hole Division 1 2nd net, Sue Proudlock son, Betsy Sharp and Lisa Gross: I rna Martinson, and Coralie Watters, 61Hornyak; 3rd, Charlotte 38 Division 2: 1st gross, Kris Ockerman, Elaine Close Net: 1st (tie), Coralie War- Olson and Val James, 84; and Peggy Newton; 4th, ters, Nancy Gurnsey, 32.5; 2nd gross, Karen DobsonSharon Jarvis, Vickie Bra- 3rd, Kendra Warner, 33.5; and Cathy Morrow, 90; 1st zfl and Charlotte Gilje 4th, Gerry Lou Haselwood, net, Jan Estep and Kendra Closest to the pin: Betsy 34.5; 5th, Jan Estep, 35 Warner, 63; 2nd net, Pat Sharp, No. 4; Charlotte 18-holeDivision2 Conway and Barb Bur- Ockerman, No. 6; Linda Gross: Jean Scruggs, 48 rows, 64 Sund, No. 15 Net: 1st, Leona Klein, 31; Division 3: 1st gross, Kar- Chip-ins: Betsy Sharp, 2nd, Janice Lapinski, 32; en Aumend and CharlotteElaine Close, Sharon Ben- 3rd, Catherine Laatz, 32.5; Okerman, 88; 2nd gross,nett 4th, Mary Lockwood, 33; Jean Scruggs and Marnie, 5th, Karen Aumen, 33.5 Dominy, 94; 1st net, Marl- Lake Limerick Ladies' 9-holedivision lyn Keller and Rhonda Golf Club Gross: Del Bailey, 30 Westover, 59; 2nd, Sue July 7 -- 9-hole Fairway Net: 1st, Barb Roberts, 6; Shepherd and Betty Moen, 'Shots Only 2nd, Marlene Maki, 14.5 64 Flight 1: 1st (tie), Robbi Division 4: 1st gross, Alberts, Ann Johnson, 16; July 10 -- First Mates Mary Lockwood and: Del 2nd (tie), Mary Lou Traut- Invitational (2 Lady Bailey, 97; 2nd gross, mann, Mary Lou Wicken, Best Ball) Karen Roberts and Linda19 Low gross of the field: Handke, 98; 1st net, Sha- Flight 2: 1st, Harlene Lee Quinn and Cheryl ron Ferguson and Patti *l~bbins, 17; 2nd (tie), Judy Lienesch, 73 Dawson, 60; 2nd net, Carol Brunett, Joyce Reynolds, Low net of the field: Norbeck and Carol Sroke, 19 Nancy Gurnsey and Gerry 62 .... Flight 3: 1st, Nancy Rick- Lou Haselwood, 58 ey, 16; 2nd (tie), Pegi Re- Division 1: 1st gross, An- Lake Cushman Ladies' ese, Sharon Corrigan, 17 nette Reno and Annette Golf Club ., . , Chip-ins: Barbara Wood, No. 6 Pars: Robbie Alberts, No. 4; Mary Lou Trautmann, No. 5; Ann Johnson, No. 1; Harlene Robbins, No. 1 LOw net of the day: Ann Johnson, 32 LOw putts: Mary Lou Trautmann, 14 June 9 -- 18-hole Flag Competition FHght 1: 1st (tie), Rita Lipinski, Toni Stevens; 2nd, Billie Elms; 3rd, Jean- nine Jacob; 4th, Deb Rech- nitz; 5th, Gayle Wilcox Chip-ins: Robbi Alberts, No. 1; Toni Stevens, No. 2; Lesley Robertshaw-Mos- ley, No. 17 Birdies: Robbi Alberts, No. 1; Lesley Robertshaw- Mosley, No. 17 Low net of the day: (tie) Rita Lipinski and Toni Ste- vens, 68 Low putts: Lesley Robert- shaw-Mosley, 27 r July 9 -- 9-hole Flag Competition Flight 1: 1st, Pegi Reese; 2nd, Harlene Robbins; 3rd, Sheila Nokes Pars: Susie Morris, No. 9 Low net of the day: Pegi Reese, 33 July 11 - 9ohole Criers Flight 1: 1st, Gayle Wil- cox, 27; 2nd, Joyce Reyn- olds, 28 Flight 2: 1st, Sharon Cor- rigan, 23; 2nd, Bonnie Morrow, 26 Flight 3: 1st, Debbie Nokes, 22; 2nd, Betty Kintz, 25; 3rd, Pegi Reese, 27 Pars: Bobbi Alberts, No. 10 Chip-ins: Debbie Nokes, No. 10; Sharon Corrigan, No. 12 Low net of the day: Gay- le Wilcox, 35 CO-ED SOFTBALL Cascade League Reported league stand- ings*: 1, Shelton Ath- letic Club, 8-0-1; 2, Bomb Squad, 6-2; 3, Camco, ,4-4; 4, Log Cabin Tavern / Arcadia Drilling, 2-4; 5, Brothers United, 1-4; 6, .......... 0-4-1; 7, Out- laws, 1-4 , Olympic League July 9 - Castle & Coleman 17, Sage Bookstore 1 SB 00001- 1 13 4 CC 902 6 x -17 24 2 Notable hitters: Castle & Coleman: J. Schuffen- hauer, 3-3 (2B, RBI, 3R); J. Walker, 3-3 (3RBI, R); I~ Schnitzer, 2-3 (2B, RBI, 2R); K. Frye, 2-3 (2RBI, 2R); J. Hitsman, 2-3 (2RBI, R); M. Lund, 2-3 (RBI, R); R. Beierle, 2-3 (2R); J. Dickson, 2-2 (2RBI, R); A. Coleman, 2-2 (RBI, R); D. Helser, 2-2 (RBI, 2R). Sage Bookstore: J. Rhoades, 2-2; A. Leth, 2-2; D. Leth, 2-2; B. Chamberlin, 1-3 (RBI); J. Leach, 1-1 (R). Reported league stand- ings*: 1, Castle & Coleman Logging, 7-0; 2, Fuddpuck- ers, 6-1; 3, Shelton Shock- ers, 4-4; 4, Sage Bookstore, 3-4; 5,SoundWaves, 0-6; 6, Steph's Espresso, 0-6 *League standings are based on scores reported to Mark Ziegler, Shelton Parks & Recreations direc- tor, as of July 11 Do You Love Belfair? We do too. The Journal is looking for a to report on the ,. happenings in Belfair. , No experience necessary, just an interest in your community. Stop in and talk to Adam today or call 426-4412 or email \ THURSDAY , North Mason boys bas- ketball leaves for team camp at Gonzaga Univer- , sity in Spokane. Adult drop-in picldeball from 9 to 11 a.m. at Lake limerick Golf Course for $3. Nortii Mason girls bas- * I etball summer practice at 6 p.m. ketball at team camp at Gonzaga University in .... Spokane. Sixth annual Golf Classic benefiting Turning Pointe Domestic Violence Shel- ter, sponsored by Olympia Federal Savings, starts at 9 a.m. at Lake Limerick Golf Course. MONDAY North Mason boys ba - ' , outh Mason Youth Soc- ketball summer practice at cer Club games at 6 p.m. 8 a.m. 7 p.m. at South Mason ' Soccer Park. Fourth annual Love INC Golf Tournament at 11 Cascade League adult a.m. at Alderbrook Golf co-ed softball games at 6:15 and 7:15 p.m. at Callanan Park and Mason County Recreation Area. FRIDAY North Mason boys bas- ketball at team camp at Gonzaga University in Spokane. Course in Union. Registra- tion begins at 9 a.m. North Mason gids basket- baU summer practice at 6 p.m. South Mason Youth Soc- Per Club games at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at South Mason Soccer Park. SATURDAY J North Mason boys ba-s- Olympic League adult co-ed softball games at 6:15 and 7:15 p.m. at Callanan Park. *TUESDAY North Mason boys basket- ball summer practice at 8 a.m. Adult drop-in pickleball from 9 to 11 a.m. at Lake , Limerick Goff Course for $3. , South Mason Youth Soc Per Club games at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at South Mason Soccer Park. Cascade League adult . "co-ed softball playoffs begin at 6:15 p.m. Games and locations to be an- nounced. WEDNESDAY North Mason volleyball summer practice at 7:30 p.m. in the Hawkins Middle School gym. North Mason boys bas- ketball summer practice at 8a.m. South Mason Youth Soc- Per Club games at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at South Mason Soccer Park. Olympic League adult co- ed softball playoffs begin ' at 6:1 p.m. Games and locations to be announced. JULY 24 North Mason boys basket- . ball.sqmmer practice at 8 a.m. Adult drop-in pickleball from 9,to 11 a.m. at Lake Limerick Golf Course for $3. NocthMason girls basket- ball,miner practice at 6 p.m. Sou'cn Mason Youth Soc- Per Club games at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at South Mason Soccer Park. Cascade League adult co-ed softball playoffs continue at 6:15 p.m. Games and locations to be announced. II To subm# a sports calendar item, email emily@ masoncounty, com