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ill . I I :liI~ Page B-2 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 24, 2014 THURSDAY North Mason boys bas- ketball summer practice at 8 a.m. Adult drop-in pickleball from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Lake Limerick Golf Club for $3. North Mason girls bas- ketball summer practice at 6 p.m. Mason Soccer Park. practice at 8 a.m. Olympic League adult South Mason Youth co-ed softball playoffs Soccer Club games continue at 6:15 p.m. at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Games and locations to South Mason Soccer be announced. Park. TUESDAY Olympic League adult North Mason boys bas- co-ed softball playoffs ketball summer practice conclude at 6:15 p.m. at 8 a.m. Games and locations to be announced. Adult drop-in pickleball South Mason Youth from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at JULY 31 Soccer Club games at 6 Lake Limerick Golf Club North Mason boys bas- p.m. and 7 p.m. at South for $3. ketball summer practice Mason Soccer Park. at 8 a.m. South Mason Youth Cascade League adult Soccer Club games at 6Adult drop-in pickleball co-ed softball playoffs p.m. and 7 p.m. at South from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at continue at 6:15 p.m. Mason Soccer Park. Lake Limerick Golf Club Games and locations to for $3. be announced. Cascade League adult co-ed softball playoffs North Mason girls bas- MONDAY conclude at 6:15 p.m. ketball summer practice North Mason boys bas- Games and locations to at 6 p.m. ketball summer practice be announced. at 8 a.m. North Mason girls bas- ketball summer practice at 6 p.m. South Mason Youth WEDNESDAY Soccer Club games North Mason volleyball at 6 p.m. and 7 p,m. at summer practice at 7:30 South Mason Soccer a.m. in Hawkins Middle Park. School gym. South Mason Youth To submit a sports Soccer Club games at 6 North Mason boys calendar item, email p.m. and 7 p.m. at South basketball summer emily@masoncounty.com le, Photo courtesy of Jean Boone The Shelton U12 girls soccer team, Eclipse, coached by Don Winslow, won its third championship last weekend at the Kick in the Grass Tournament in Tumwater. The team defeated NW United, a select team, 1-0 in the final, Eclipse also defeated Blackhill Football Club 6-0 and the Lakewood Ladybugs 7-0. GOLF Torkelson, 24; 2nd, Ann Wicken, Ann Johnson, son, 19.5 2-3 (2RBI, R); S. Gentry, 3R); H. Hildebrandt, 3-3 Johnson, 30; 3rd, MaryRita Lipinski, Mary Lou Flight 2: 1st, Sharon Cor- 2-3 (RBI, R); D. Lester, (2RBI); T. Madison, 3-4 Lake Cushman Lou Trautmann, 31 Trautmann and Nancy rigan, 16; 2nd, Brenda As- 2-3 (RBI, R); J. Adams, 2-3 (R, RBI); J. Vermillion, Ladies' Golf Club Flight 2: 1st, HarleneRickey, 71 selstine, 17.5; 3rd, Jean- (RBI, R); A. Chaney, 2-3. 2-2 (2B, 3B, RBI, 2R); C. July 16- 18-hole Robbins, 26; 2nd, JoyceChip-ins: Jeannine Ja- nine Jacob, 18 Camco: T. Fisk, 3-3 (2B, Bell, 2-3 (2RBI, 2R); D. Jacks are Wild Reynolds, 27; 3rd, Marycob, No. 5, No. 8; Ann Flight 3: 1st, Betty Kintz, 3B, RBI, R); T. Dobson,Lucas, 2-3 (2RBI, R) M. Winning teams: 1st, Lou Wicken, 29 Johnson, No. 9 16.5; 2nd, Pegi Reese, 3-4 (RBI, R); B. Wright, Hunt, 2-3 (2RBI, R); R. Kathy Johnson, Gloria Flight 3: 1st, Sharon Birdies: Marion Spence, 18.5; 3rd, Sharon Hadsall, 2-3 (3B, HR, 3RBI); T. Delamarter, 2-3 (2RBI, Carlson, Linda Hull and Corrigan, 23; 2nd, Sheila No. 8; Ann Johnson, No. 9 19.5 Vredenburg, 2-3 (2B); A.R). Soundwaves: A. OI- Charlotte Gilje; 2nd, Linda Nokes, 27; 3rd,Nancy Low net of the day: (tie) Pars: Brenda Asselstine,Briggs, 2-3 (R); C. Men-sen, 3-3 (R); M. Fredson, Sund, Elaine Close, VickieRickey, 28 Jeannine Jacob, Kerry No. 14, No. 17; Gayle Wil- tzer, 2-4 (R); S. Mentzer, 2-2 (2B, R); C. Brush, World and Ruby Isaacson; Chip-ins: Robbi Alberts,Torkelson, 67 cox, No. 10; Susan Dar- 2-4 (R) 2-2 (RBI); B. LeMargee, 3rd, Sharon Jarvis, Jan No. 2 lin, No. 13, No. 10; Joyce 2-3 (R, RBI); B. Waylett, Olson, Carletta Klarich Pars: Judy Brunett, No. July 16- 9-hole Team Reynolds, No. 10; LesleyReported league stand- 1-2 (HR); K. LaBre, 1-2 and Judy Keiffer; 4th (tie), 7; Kerry Torkelson, No. 1, Dice Robertshaw-Mosley, No. ings*: 1, Shelton Ath- (2RBI); K. Waylett, 1-2 Izzy Hobson, Evie Camp- No. 4; Sharon Corrigan, Winning team: 1st, Deb-12 letic Club, 9-1-1; 2, Bomb (R) bell, Georgia Elaison andNo. 4, No. 9; Mary Lou bie Nokes, Harlene Rob- Low net of the day: Squad, 8-3; 3, Log Cabin Lisa Hornyak, Charlotte Trautmann, No. 1; Joyce bins and Robbi Alberts Brenda Asselstine, 32 Tavern / Arcadia Drill- Reported league Ockerman, Diann Muller,Reynolds, No. 1; Harlene Chip-ins: Debbie Nokes, ing, 6-5; 4, Camco, 5-6; 5, standings*: 1, Castle Marian Reed and Betty Robbins, No. 1; Mary Lou No. 1; Robbi Alberts, No. 1 CO-ED SOFTBALL Outlaws, 5-6; 6, Brothers & Coleman Logging, Shoop Wicken, No. 4 Pars: Debbie Nokes, No. United, 3-8; 7, Skokomish, 9-0; 2, Fuddpuckers, Closest to the pin: Char- Low net of the day: Ker- 1; Robbi Alberts, No. 1, Cascade League 2-8-1 6-3; 3, Shelton Shock- lotte 0ckerman, No. 4; ryTorkelson, 31 No. 4; Harlene Robbins, July 17- Brothers ers, 6-3; 4, Sage Book- Linda Sund, No. 6, No. 13 No. 1 United 8, Camco 6 Olympic League store, 5-5; 5, Sound- Chip-ins: Marian Reed, July 16 -- 18-holeTeamLow net of the day: Deb- July 16 -- Shockers 13, Waves, 0-7; 6, Steph's No. 8, No. 11 Dice hie Nokes, 34 C 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 - 6 17 10 Soundwaves 5 Espresso, 0-8 Winning teams: 1st, Ker- Low putts: (tie), Debbie BU 1 1 0 1 5 0 x - 6 20 5 Lake Limerick Ladies' ry Torkelson, JeannineNokes, Robbi Alberts, 13 SW 2 0 2 0 1 0 -5 13 4 *League standings are Golf Club Jacob and Judy Brunett, Notable hitters: Broth- SH 4 0 1 2 6 x -13 21 5 based on scores reported July 14 -- 9-hole Throw 64; 2nd (tie), Joyce Reyn- July 18 -- 9-hole T&F ers United: T. Lund, 3-3 to Mark Ziegler, Shelton Out Worst Hole olds, Marion Spence, Lau- Flight 1: 1st, Gayle Wil- (2B, RBI, 2R); S. Smith,Notable hitters: Shock- Parks & Recreation direc- Flight 1: 1st, Kerry ra Berlin and Mary Lou cox, 17.5; 2nd, Ann John- 2-2 (3B, RBI, R); R. Ateser, ers: J. Drywater, 3-3 (3B, tor, as of July 18