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Page B-6 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 Journal photo by Emily Hanson North Mason No. 1 singles player Beau Eddy serves at Klahowya's !acob Gotchall on Monday in Belfair. Eddy defeated Gotchall 5-7, 6-3, 6-4. sung ason earns By EMILY HANSON points," head coach Bri- emily@masoncounty.com an Barker said. "Eddy needs to continue to be Both ofNorthMason's consistent and play out singles players came out long points." on top Monday. Tilton defeated Kyle The Bulldogs boys Schoening 6-3, 6-0. tennis team played its"Tilton played real first match of the season well and improved at home against Klahow- throughout the match," ya, losing 4-2. Barker said. "He needs The team's victories to work on his serve and came from No. 1 singles concentrate on setting up player Beau Eddy and properly for all shots." No. 2 singles player Cole Despite the loss, Tilton. Barker said he thought Eddy lost his first the Bulldogs played well. set against Klahowya's"We had many first- Jacob Gotchall 5-7, but time players playing in came back in the second their first match and so, to win 6-3. In the tie- for them, it was a valu- breaker set, Eddy won able learning experi- 6-4. ence," Barker said. "Eddy played a close- The Bulldogs (0-1) ly contested match andplay at 4 p.m. tomorrow stayed in some long at Kingston. Cheerleaders were out in full force Friday and Saturday for the first home football games for Shelton and Mary M. Knight high schools. ABOVE: Shelton cheerleading youth camp participant Claire Wicks, front, perfo s with SHS cheerleaders Brittani Caldwell, left, and Tiana Dunbar during halftime of the Mason County Cup on Friday night at Highclimber Stadium. LEFT: Mary M. Knight cheerleader Melodie Snyder holds up the lid of the Knight Owls' spirit can to pump up the crowd during a cheer with Kylie Boling on Saturday during the Owls' home game against Seattle Lutheran. Journal photo by Emily Hanson Shelton, North Mason play non-league games tomorrow Journal photo by Emily Hanson Shelton senior Jake Henry, left, raises his arm in celebration of the Highclimbers' victory Friday night in the Mason County Cup while senior Jake Beck, background, raises the trophy and senior Brian Nault, No. 4, puts his hand out to shake that of North Mason senior Malachi Fe!der, No. 62, continued from page B-1 had a few execution er- rors, mental errors," he "At times, North Ma- said. "To fight out of a son made it difficult for deficit, it takes a lot of them," he added. "Our energy and that's what defense rallied to thecaught up to us." ball, but North Ma- North Mason entered son was successful at the second half down times." 14-6. By the start of the He said the team is fourth quarter, the team continuing to progresstrailed21-14. from a technique stand- "I saw a lot of good point and is working on" things," Bevers said. "We being able to consistently had a few go down with win on more plays, injuries, so we played "We're happy with some young kids without Jake Henry's ball secu- much drop off. They re- rity and his ability to fin- ally did a nice job." ish plays," Hinkle said. Both teams play their "Last year, we couldn't final non-league game to- throw very well, but we'll morrow. be better this year. (Se- The Highclimbers nior quarterback Jake)(1-0) play at 7 p.m. at Beck did a good job ofSumner, which defeated commanding the field at Franklin Pierce 26-6 last quarterback." week. Beck was 2-for-7 for The Bulldogs (0-1) 21 yards, play at 7 p.m. at home North Mason head against Elma at Phil coach Jeff Bevers saidPugh Stadium. Elma he was pleased with the narrowly defeated Bulldogs' effort level. Klahowya 25-24 last "We p!a ,ed hard, but week. ( C r F C 1 C E 1 n P P P e Ic t~ 0 a b $ P e ir ti, C 2 $ al t~ 0, p, Sl 21 pl CI $