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Page B-4 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 SPORTS BRIEFS Two hat tricks for North Mason girls soccer Tegan Daviscourt dominated the North Mason offense in two girls soc- cer games last week. The junior scored two hat tricks -- three goals in one game -- in the team's victories against Sequim and Bremerton. On Sept. 30, North Mason defeated Sequim 3-2. The Lady Bulldogs then defeated Bremerton 5-2 on Oct. 2. "In our games against Sequim and Bremerton, we were organized and gave high levels of intensity," head coach Mitchell James said. On saturday, Olympic beat the Lady Bulldogs 4-0. "Individual errors let us down for every goal," Mitchell said. The team (3-3-1) plays at 6:45 p.m. today at Port Angeles. Mary M. Knight volleyball defeats Oakville Acorns The Mary M. Knight volleyball team earned another victory last week. The Lady Owls defeated Oakville in three games Sept. 30, 25-10, 25-23, 25-11. "The team is getting stronger as the season goes on. We are still working to get better at reading the ball and being more aggressive at the net," head coach Kitty Brehmey- er said. "The team aspect is getting stronger weekly. This was a good match for the girls. They looked con- fident in their skills." The Lady Owls (5-3) play at home tonight against Oakville. The junior high match starts at 5:45 p.m., with the high school match to follow. North Mason junior Tegan Daviscourt, No. Bremerton on Oct. 2 at Phil Pugh Stadium. Courtesy of Ronald Quinn 10, scores a goal against Shelton girls soccer beats two Tacoma opponents at Highclimber Stadium. North Mason tennis falls short of victory on the road The North Mason boys tennis team was one match point away from a vic- tory last week. On Sept. 30, Coupeville defeated the Bulldogs 4-3. At No. 1 singles, North Mason's Beau Eddy defeated Aaron Curtis 6-3, 6-3. "Beau Eddy looked good in running his record to 5-3," head coach Brian Barker said. "He served real well and returned serve well against a good server." The Bulldogs' other two match points came from doubles teams. Erik Villar and Steven Settlemeir defeated Joeseph Wedekind and The Shelton girls soccer team de- feated two 3A Narrows League oppo- nents last week. The team opened its week with a 4-0 victory Sept. 30 at Lincoln. "The girls played very well, but we are still working on pressuring the ball, control and finishing," head coach Dan Deacon said. Two days later, Shelton beat Mount Tahoma 5-0 at home. "The ladies had been working a lot this past week on possession, short game and keeping their composure," Deacon said. "All of which improved considerably. Now, if we can keep our performances consistent, we will be competitive." The Lady Highclimbers (3-4-1) play at 7 p.m. today against Foss at home John McClaren 4-6, 6-1, 10-8 at No. 1 doubles. "Erik and Steven struggled at first and then came on," Barker said. "They were behind 7-8 in the super tiebreak- er but won three straight points to win the match." Finally, at No. 2 doubles, Cole Til- ton and Tanner Hall beat Greg Rische and Jared Haelmsteater 6-3, 6-3. "Cole and Tanner won their second match as a team and are playing to- gether real well," Barker said. Barker did not provide comments or scores for the team's Oct. 1 home match against Port Angeles. The Bulldogs (0-7) compete at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Port Angeles. Ridge Motorsports Park supports The Goodtimes Project The Ridge Motorsports Park will donate the regular track rental fees in support of a two-day special track event to support The Goodtimes Project, an organization established in 1984 to provide a no-cost camp environment for children affected by cancer, where they can recapture the joys of childhood. This charity two-day driving and silent auction event will be tomorrow and Saturday at The Ridge, the second annual edition of the fundraising ef- fort hosted by Turn 2 Lapping. "We believe in giving back to our community and we are especially thrilled to help such a worthy organi- zation as The Goodtimes Project," said Joe Manke, owner of the Ridge Motor- sports Park. Through the event last year, The Ridge raised more than $40,000. The goal for this year's event is $1oo,ooo. Compiled by sports reporter Emily Hanson our Subscribe today and save $15 per year off the newsstand price ! You and thousands of others recdl the Journal every week. 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. Please check: New Renewal Name: Address: City:____. State: _Zip: Phone: Email: s37 (Mason County address) ........ s51 (Elma or Bremerton address) s51 (in Washington State) s61 per year out of state