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Page B-4 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 17, 2014 Photos by Emily Hanson Shelton's Chris Auseth, president of the Mason County Disc Golf Association, aims for the basket on hole No. 1 of the Shelton Springs Disc Golf Course on Saturday during the Showdown, Shelton's fourth annual pro-am disc golf tournament. Auseth won the advanced division -- the highest level for amateurs -- with a three- round total of 171. Union's Troy Cyganowski lets his disc loose toward the basket on hole No. 1 of the Shelton Springs Disc Golf Course on Saturday during the Showdown, Shelton's fourth annual pro-am disc golf tournament. Cyganowski bridied the hole and went on to finish fourth in the advanced division -- the highest level for amateurs -- with a three-round total of 178. Complete results can be found at pdga.com/tour/event/17097. eman By EMILY HANSON "We come to play a rec emily@masoncountjzcom league game to have fun and relax," team owner Castle & Coleman fol- and player Aimee Coleman lowed its usual pattern, said. "We played well, we The Olympic League picked up errors and had adult co-ed powerhouse fun in and out of the field." team batted around in the Castle & Coleman first inning during its July jumped out to a 9-0 lead. 9 game against Sage Book Sage errors contributed Store at Mason County to the team's hot start. The Recreation Area. bookstore team had three Castle & Coleman went errors in the first inning as on to win 17-1 in five in- the powerhouse scored its nings. The mercy rule nine runs on 12 hits, one kicked in when a 10-run from each batter. lead was established, but All of Castle & Cole- the game had to go to five man's first-inning hits innings, were singles, except for Steph Schuffenhauer's.the fifth inning, when She hit a double to bring pinch hitter Jordan Leach in Coleman and Dylan started the inning off with Helser. a base hit. Brittany Cham- After a scoreless second berlin brought Leach in inning, Castle & Coleman with a single. scored twice on five base "I think we had a very hits in the bottom of the entertaining time togeth- third inning and scored six er," said Coleman, whose runs on seven hits in the husband owns Castle & fourth inning. Coleman Logging Inc. Kylie Schnitzer'sThe Olympic League fourth-inning double plays its games at 6:15 brought in Megan Lund, and 7:15 p,m. Mondays while Kevin Frye scored and Wednesdays. Monday on Jared Schuffenhaue 'sevening games are played double in the same inning, at Callanan Park while Sage Book Store failed Wednesday evening games to score until the top of are at MCRA. 0 continued from page B-3 "Last year, I was at the golf course read- ing the scores from the men's invitational that Randy was posting when Bev came up to me, grabbed my wrist and said 'I want you to have this bracelet, my friend makes them -- each stone represents a form of cancer,' " Ryen said. "I was deeply touched and teared up a bit. A few months later, I asked Bev and Jim if we could have enough made to give out as tee prizes for this year's tournament. She said, 'Absolutely.'" Clifton donated the bracelets to the tour- nament in lieu of a financial donation. Dur- ing the tournament, she and Jim Clifton spoke of their friends who have died be- cause of multiple forms of cancer and also gave the attendees skin cancer statistics. Then, }{yen and her daughter, Sandi, pre- sented the bracelets to the female golfers. One way this tournament raises aware- ness of skin cancer, Ryen said, is that sun- block sheets are supplied to each golfer, as well as information about skin cancer. 'q/e used to hand out leaflets, etc., how- ever, we did not this year," she said. "Our logo involves the sun and my letter to all the players and sponsors relays the most recent stats and any new information avail- able ." Despite the low-90s temperatures, Ryen said there were no complaints about the weather. "No one had a hard time," she said. "I however, was in the full-length pants, long- sleeved shirt and all encompassing hat. I did enjoy a sprinkler in the Hollands' yard, who live between a couple of greens. Very refreshing." Ryen has been fighting skin cancer for the past 13 years. "This tournament is not just a fundraiser for Randy and I, it is a humbling experi- ence," Ryen said. "The sponsors and play- ers have become our good friends. Words cannot express how amazing this day is for us, for the participants and for melanoma Subsc e today and save 15per year off the newssta pric- .t You and thousands of others + reta+ad the Journal every ? Complete this form, clip it and mail with your check to P.O. Box 430, Shelton, WA 98584 You can order by phone (360) 426-4412 with your credit card, or stop by our office at 227 W. Cota St., Shelton. Name: Please check: New Renewal ~~I~= ~ ~;= '~i ;~/~:'~ Address: City: State:: Zip: Phone: Emaih [ s37 (Mason County address) s51 (Elma or Bremerton address) s51 (in Washington State) s61 per year out of state