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Page B-2 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014 COLLEGE BOUND By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncounty com Cody Williamson's big goal at Spokane Falls Community College is a simple one. "My No. 1 goal is to stay healthy and not get injured," the Shelton 2014 graduate said. "The training program is pretty brutal and most fresh- men do get injured." Williamson recently de- cided to run cross-country and track for the community college. "If I can make it throughthe first month without in- jury, Ill be Williamson fine," Wil- liamson said. "Then, I just want to help my team win the conference championship this year." Williamson wasn't always setwith the coach at Everett Com- said. 'They've been a powerhouse. for the community college route, munity College. We have a solid team this year. "When it came to deciding "I thought Spokane was If we don't win the conference on colleges, I wanted to go to a a better fit," he said. "I went championship, Ill be surprised." university at first and then de- for a visit and decided this is Spokane Falls competes in cided I wanted to go the corn- where I really want to go." the Northwest Athletic Associ- munity college route," he said. In the fall, Williamson willation of Community Colleges, "It was Lincoln (High School's) run for the cross-country team where Williamson says they've coach who talked to me aboutand in the spring, he plans to "battled it out" with Everett Spokane Falls because he rancompete in the 5K and 10K for Community College for years. there and he got me in touchthe track and field team. with their coach." "(Spokane Falls) has had an During those talks, Wil- insanely successful cross-country liamson also communicated program for years," Williamson see COLLEGE, page B-3 GOLF Alderbrook Ladies' Golf Club Aug. 7 -- 9-hole Ladies Tri-Mixer with Lake Cushman and Lake Limerick Winners: 1st, Peggy Willis (AGC), Christal Nelson (LC), Fay Criscione (LC) and Mary Lou Trautmann (LL); 2nd, Judy Weakley (AGC), Mary Lou Wicken (LL), Barb Roberts (AG) and Jeannine Jacobs (LL); 3rd, Jackie Wattnem (AG), Nancy Rickey (LL), Judy Zehrung (LL) and Peg Newton (LC); 4th, Diane Budd (AG), Ruby Isaacson (LC), Ann Johnson (LL) and Patti Dawson (AG) Closest to the line: Barb Wood (LL) Closest to the pin: Pat Goldsberry (LC) All The Fun? To Advertise call 426-4412 Mason County Chip-ins: Gayle Wilcox, No. 1 Low net of the day: (tie) Debbie Nokes, Barbara Wood, 34 Lake Cushman Spence, 69 Ladies' Golf Club Aug. 5 -- 9-hole July 30 -- 9-hole First division: 1st, Faye Hidden Hole Criscione; 2nd, Gloria Flight 1: 1st, Harlene Carlson Robbins, 28; 2nd, Susie Second division: 1st, Morris, 32 Aug. 6 -- 18-hole Low Ruby Isaacson; 2nd, Flight 2: 1st, Shefla Net Charlotte Gilje Nokes, 25; 2nd, Pegi Flight 1: 1st, Luana Ellis, Closest to the pin: Reese, 26 40; 2nd, Robbi Alberts, 71; Molly Frazier, No. 4; Faye Pars: Harlene Robbins, 3rd, Toni Stevens, 76 Criscione, No. 6 No. 1 Flight 2: 1st, Jeannine Low net of the day: (tie) Jacob, 67; 2nd, Mary Lou Aug. 6 -- 18-hole Medal Harlene Robbins, SheilaWicken, 70; 3rd (tie), Ann Play Nokes, 33 Johnson, Joyce Reynolds, First division 73 Low gross: Linda Sund Aug. 1 -- 9-hole Throw Flight 3: 1st, Sharon Net: 1st, Izzy Hobson; Out Worst Hole Corrigan, 64; 2nd, Diane 2nd, Sam Bastin Flight 1: 1st, Joyce Pollard, 69; 3rd, Judy Second division Reynolds, 26; 2nd, Laura Brunett, 70; 4th, Linda Low gross: Evie Campbell Berlin, 31; 3rd, Barbara Pelon, 73 LOw net: 1st, Elaine Wood Chip-ins: Marilyn Close; 2nd (tie), VickieFlight2: lst, LindaPelon, Waldrop, No. 14; Gayle World, Donna Davis 26; 2nd, Marion Spence,Wilcox, No. 10; Sharon Second division 28; 3rd, Bonnie Morrow,Corrigan, No. 1, No. 2; No. Low gross: Lisa Hornyak 29 14; Linda Pelon, No. 9, No. LOw net: 1st, Judy Pars: Laura Berlin, 15 Keiffer; 2nd, CharlotteNo. 13; Joyce Reynolds,LOw net of the day: Gilje No. 13, No. 17; Bonnie Sharon Corrigan, 67 Chip-ins: Elaine Close, Morrow, No. 17; Marion Vicki Brazil Spence, No. 10 Aug. 6 -- 9-hole LOw Chip-ins: Laura Berlin,Net Lake Limerick Ladies' No. 13; Joyce Reynolds,Flight 1: lst,- Judy Golf Club No. 17; Marion Spence, Zehrung, 30; 2nd, Betty July 30 -- 18-hole No. 11 Kintz, 35 Hidden Hole Flight 2: 1st, Pegi Reese, Flight 1: 1st (tie), Billie Aug. 4 -- 9-hole 36; 2nd, Sheila Nokes, 40 Elms, Mary Lou Wicken, Fairway Shots Only Pars: Judy Zehrung, No. 66 Flight 1: 1st, Barbara 9; Betty Kintz, No. 5 Flight 2: 1st, Jeannine Wood, 20; 2nd, Gayle Chip-ins: Judy Zehrung, Jacob, 65; 2nd, Joyce Wilcox, 21 No. 9 Reynolds, 70; 3rd, Laura Flight 2: 1st, Joyce Low net of the day: Berlin, 72 Reynolds, 18; 2nd, Laura Judy Zehrung, 30 Flight 3: 1st, Marion Berlin, 19; 3rd, MarionLow putts:Judy Spence, 63; 2nd, Ellen Spence, 21 Zehrung, 13 Geschet-Del-L'Isle, 66 Flight 3: 1st, Nancy Chip-ins: Laura Berlin, Rickey, 17; 2nd, Ellen No. 11; Joyce Reynolds, Gaschet-Del-L'Isle, 18 RUNNING No. 4 Pars: Gayle Wilcox, No. 1; LOw net of the day: (tie) Ellen Gaschet-Del-L'Isle, Shelton Harriers Jeannine Jacob, Marion No. 7; Diane Pollard, No. 7 Saturday -- Fourth annual Beast of Big Creek 10I~ 1, Chris Carpenter, 58:11; 2, Shannon Henriquez, 1:00:03; 3, Darius Burke, 1:05:01; 4, Van Stevens, 1:06:23; 5, Drake Adams, 1:07:11; 6, Erik Heimann, 1:07:23; 7, Lindsey Nicolas, 1:07:53; 8, Matt Ferrel, 1:08:08; 9, Chris Frost, 1:11:11; 10, Chester Werts, 1:12:32; 11, Dolores Montgomery, 1:12:43; 12, Jeuna Kelly- AUred, 1:15:35; 13, Jeremy Vandelac, 1:16:54; 14, Lindsey Goldsby, 1:17:47; 15, Courtney Burke, 1:21:11; 16, Karl Vonbargen, 1:22:24; 17, Sash Sunday, 1:22:48; 18, Ginny Codd, 1:22:57; 19, Nathan Sherman, 1:23; 20, Jackie Kryzek, 1:23:45; 21, Ange Duval, 1:23:46; 22, Brisa Carver, 1:24:15; 23, Megan Pickett, 1:27:02; 24, Jeff Watson, 1:27:03; 25, Lonnie Rickard, 1:27:35; 26, Rebecca Wood, 1:33:22; 27, Dana Sturtz, 1:33:23; 28, Brianne Lynch, 1:33:24; 29, Chrissy Gourley, 1:37:29; 30, Joshua Gourley, 1:37:30; 31, Patricia Coogan, 1:38:18; 32, Josh Ambrose, 1:38:51; 33, Michelle Herold, 1:39:15; 34, Brenda Brenneis, 1:39:53; 35, Amanda Burgess, 1:40:20; 36, David Flyrm, 1:40:21; 37, Janna Cox, 1:40:34; 38, Gisella Santiago-Gronka, 1:40:35; 39, Tonya Maiava, 1:40:51; 40, Stefanie Ramsay-Werts, 1:42:35; 41, Solomon Gardner, 1:47:42; 42, Stephanie Hflle, 1:47:44; 43, Holly Gardner, 1:47:55; 44, Kimberly Archer, 1:48:09; 45, Sarah Compton, 1:48:15; 46, Sarah Furtick, 1:48:15; 47, Haley Galbraith, 1:56:43; 48, Sylvia Campbell, 1:57:11; 49, All Fisher, 1:58; 50, Alex Fiman, 1:59:16; 52, Krisy Henry, 2:03:22; 53, Tracy Brown, 2:12:12; 54, Tiffany Scroggs, 2:12:13; 55, Janet Feliciano, 2:12:14; 56, Jeneth Bliss, 2:12:48; 57, Shawna Christensen, 2:12:48; 58, Marylou Vanbargen, 2:12:57; 59, Alice Fiman, 2:19; 60, Alisha King- Forsberg, 2:27:48; 61, Tracy Sandvig, 2:27:49; 62, Dylan Jackson, 2:29:06; 63, Carrie Jackson, 2:42:19; 64, Jill Himlie, 2:47:32; 65, Cathie Shaughnessy, 2:47:32 Summit race: 1, Ian Fraser, 2:20:35 (course record); 2, Corey Nunlist, 2:29:56; 3, Christ West, 2:35:22; 4, David Gardner, 2:51:33; 5, Cody Williamson, 2:53; 6, Rich Frazier, 3:02:30; 7, Cory Woodard, 3:11:26; 8, Dale Ackley, 3:11:45; 9, Daniel Saul, 3:12:49; 10, Ronald Frederick, 3:16:10; 11, Mark Dahlby, 3:17:10; 12, Nathan Lubliner, 3:26:04; 13, Jeff Patnode, 3:34:48; 14, Andrew Noreen, 3:40:51; 15, Heather Sexsmith, 3:43:06; 16, John Becker, 3:43:42; 17, Phyllis Stanley, 3:49:42; 18, Loren McNiel, 4:01;47; 19, Nydia Montoya, 4:03:46; 20, April Ports, 4:04:58; 21, Christine Kerns, 4:04:58; 22, Amy Iverson, 4:07:39