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Shelton girls play at home page B-3 Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page B-1 Swimmers finish league schedule  ._ page B- 7 Journal photo by Emily Hanson North Mason senior defensive back Daniel Burggraaf, No. 10, attempts t6'ackie Olympic senior wide receiver Keshun McGee with North Mason senior defensive back Terry Winslow, No. 22, near for the assist Friday night at Phil Pugh Stadium. Owls handle WSD Mery M. Knight footbefl to face combined team By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncoun corn After a week off, Adam Pals had a strong comeback last week. The Mary M. Knight senior led the Owls to a 42-30 victory Oct. 16 at the Washington School for the Deaf in Vancou- ver, Washington. Pais rushed for 118 yards on 12 carries with one touchdown. He also scored on a 73-yard re- ception from senior quar- terback James Anderson. "Adam had an out- standing game," head coach Mike Bateman said. Anderson completed 10-of-15 attempts for 218 yards and three touch- downs. He also scored one rushing touchdown. see OWLS, page B-6 Journal photo by Emily Hanson Shelton senior Justin Demattos, playing at No. I singles, serves to his Timberline opponent Oct. 16 during the Highclimbers' final home match, Climbers win big 5helton boys tennis shuts out Timberline ot home By EMILY HANSON emib/@masoncounty, com The Shelton boys tennis team ended its regular season on a high note. The Highclimbers shut out Timber- line 5-0 Oct. 16 in Shelton. "It was a good last match for us be- fore (the 3A Narrows League Tourna- ment)," head coach John Perry said. At No. 1 singles, Justin Demat- tos earned a victory against Christian Hunter 6-2, 6-2. "Justin played a very good player and played very well, so it was good that he was tested a little before the tournament," Perry said. For the match, Perry used a differ- ent lineup to prepare the boys for the league tournament, which is tomorrow and Saturday at Capitol City Tennis Center in Tumwater. "We haven't had these pairings at doubles too much this season, so it was a good opportunity for the guys to adjust to playing with someone new," Perry said. see CLIMBERS, page B-6 ?,Oat "I think we  the ball 0ver to many times,  head coach JeffBevers said. "We talked about ball security being  im- portant and we lost that battle tot." The Bulldogs had seven mover each at- tributed to junior quarterback Matt Becker, who threw two interceptions and lost five fumbles. Burggraaf said this wasn't North Mason's bestgame, = "we've played better by far, but we bat- tled and played hard," he said. He said his fumble recovery fora touch- dowry, with 10 minutes, 27 seconds remain-