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,, LL Jonathan Maicelo swings a punch at Art Honhannisyan on Friday night during ESPN's Event Center at Little Creek Casino Resort. Thursday, July 17, 2014 - Mason Journal photos by Emily Hanson 'Friday Night Fights' at Skookum Creek oxer wins co-main continued from page B-1 success standing toe-to-toe with Johnson," DiTusa said. "This gave him a false sense "I came up with the victory and it of security." was a fair decision," Johnson said. "I The final three or four rounds were did more than accomplish my goals. Itough for Gavronski, with DiTusa ready to learned a lot. I learned I can move and pull him from the fight. adjust." "Every time I was ready to say 'let's end He said he was a bit disappointed that it' he woke up," DiTusa said. "He always Gavronski was able to resist his big shots had the puncher's chance and that kept to the face, jaw and abdomen, him in the fight." Gavronski's co-managers/trainers John For the co-main fight, Art Honhannisy- Nacita and Sam DiTusa said Gavronskian of Glendale, California (17-2-2, 9 KOs), wasn't handling the defeat well. faced Jonathan Maicelo of Callao, Peru "I'm glad he's not because if you accept (18-1, 11 KOs), for the WBC International defeat and handle it well, that makes it Lightweight Silver Title. easier to always accept it," DiTusa said. After 10 rounds, Maicelo defeated "Mike doesn't believe in moral victories. Honhannisyan by split decision. Judge His courage and determination speak for Harry Oppal scored the fight 100-90 for themselves." Maicelo, while judge Joel Scobie scored Gavronski declined to comment after it 97-93 in Maicelo's favor. Judge Glen the fight. Hamada scored in Honhannisyan's favor DiTusa took the blame for Gavronski's 96-94. loss. The boxing event featured six other "I thought I had him ready... I came up fights, however the results were not avail- short," he said. able by deadline. He said Gavronski lost the fight on the Little Creek Casino Resort will host inside and performed best when he had "Friday Night Fights" again beginning at 5 space to move around Johnson. p.m. Aug. 1 at Skookum Creek Event Cen- "He clearly won the first round and had ter. Jonathan Maicelo of Callao, Peru, (18-1, 11 KOs), is declared the winner of the WBC International Lightweight Silver Title on Friday night after defeating Art Honhannisyan of Glendale, California (17-2-2, 9 KOs) by split decision. County Journal - Page B-3 continued from page B-1 I've had the raccoon eyes on my face, the dark burn on my upper back, the slightly crispy toes. My problem with sunscreen is that it feels absolutely disgusting. I don't like feeling so greasy, so I've always been immature and lax about my use with it. I'm happy to say that I haven't been sun- burned this summer because I've bitten the proverbial bullet and begun to properly use sunblock. To avoid sunburns, skin damage and pos- sible skin cancer, wear sunscreen. According to skincancer.org: More than 90 per- cent of the visible chang- es commonly attributed to skin aging are caused by the sun; Daily sunscreen use by adults younger than age 55 can reduce skin aging; and People who use sunscreen daily show 24 percent less skin aging than those who do not use sunscreen daily. Sunscreen can also reduce the risk of skin cancer. For more infor- mation about skin can- cer, go to skincancer.org. Tourney raises $1 OK for melanoma research By EMILY HANSON raising more money than emily@masoncoun com ever before." Golfers competed in The Skin Cancer handicap and nonhandi- Awareness golf tourna- cap divisions. ment earned more mon- First place in the ey this year than it has nonhandicap division any other year. went to Joe Lynch, Rich The tournament, put Goessman, Joey Lynch on each year by IdaMae and Jolene Keeling. To- Ryen and Randy Jen- gether, the team earned sen, raised $10,000, all a score of 57 in the of which will go toward scramble-format tourna- melanoma research, ment. The annual tourna- The handicap division merit was Saturday awarded prizes to the top at LakeLand Village three teams. Golf Course, where it's In first place, Er ie been for the past five Taylor, Colleen Taylor, years. Steve Hanson and Chris "The tournament Hanson earned a score of was absolutely amaz- 47.8, while second place ing," Ryen said. "We went to Brian McLellan, had fewer players due to Pat Folino, Rich Uskev- weddings, reunions, etc., ich and Kyle Uskevich however, we ended up with a score of 48.5. The third-place team was Er- nie Hahto, Sue Hahto, Ron Music and Martha Music with a score of 48.7 This year, all of the women who participated were given special brace- lets created by Bev Clif- ton. see GOLF, page B-4 0 I L DIST. 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