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Page B-2 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 FLY ON THE SIDELINE .S s Thanksgiving approached, i sat down and really thought about this past fall sports season. I realized I have a lot to be thankful for. At the top of the list would have to be my sister, Jamie. She's my partner in crime on the football sidelines and works as my spotter. While taking photos during games, my eye is usually trained to the camera lens, narrowing my field of vision. That's where Jamie comes in. Whenever a football player comes close to crashing into me, she grabs the handle of my camera bag and yanks me out ~m especially thankfuJ to the of the way. She's come in CO che too the ti e out handy several times this season schedHles to talk to me and in seasons By EMILY past. HANSON Another aspect of the fall season I'm grateful for I had a new helper this Quinn really helped me pro- was the weather. While it season I'd like to thank. Ron vide more equal coverage to was sometimes colder or Quinn in Belfair stepped in the sports teams of Mason windier than I'd prefer, and took photos for me at County. I don't recall leaving any several North Mason games Speaking of equal cover- game soaked to the bone and the final Shetton football age, I'm especially thankful and that's always a plus. Ingame. to the coaches who took the seasons past, I haven't beenIt's not possible for me to time out of their busy sched- so lucky, be everywhere at once and ules to talk to me about their teams. I know it's not always a treat being interviewed, but these coaches sat down every week and answered my questions. Almost more importantly, they answered them well ahead of my dead- line, easing my stress levels a tad. "Fall sports are now over and looking into the winter season there's one more as- pect of my job I'm thankful for. That would be that winter sports are all indoors, mean- ing that for the next three months at least, I'm inside where it's always dry, if not always warm. T$ CALEHDAR SATURDAY North Mason boys basketball hosts Jamboree. Time to be determined. North Mason girls basketball at Jamboree noon at South Kitsap High School. MONDAY Shelton junior varsity boys basketball 5:15 p.m. at Clover Park. North Mason junior varsity boys basketball 5:45 p.m. at Hoquiam. Shelton varsity girls basketball at Jamboree 6 p.m. at Montesano High School, Shelton junior varsity girls basketball at Jamboree 6 p,m. at Montesano High School. Shelton varsity boys basketball 7 p.m, at Clover Park. North Mason varsity boys basketball 7 p.m. at Hoquiam. TUESDAY Shelton girls bowling vs. Capital 3 p.m. at Westside Lanes. North Mason junior varsity boys basketball vs. Klahowya 5:15 p.m. North Mason junior varsity girls basketball 5:15 p.m. at Klahowya. boys basketball vs, Klahowya 7 p.m. North Mason varsity girls basketball 7 p.m. at Klahowya. WEDNESDAY Shelton junior varsity girls basketball 5:15 p.m. at Stadium. Shelton junior varsity boys basketball vs, Hoquiam 5:15 p,m, in the Mini Dome, Shelton varsity girls basketball 7 p.m. at Stadium. Shelton varsity boys basketball vs. Hoquiam 7 p.m, in the Mini Dome. DEC. 4 North Mason Varsity North Mason wrestling at Port Angeles. Time to be determined. North Mason girls bowling vs. Klahowya 2:45 p.m. at All-Star Lanes in Silverdale. Shelton girls bowling vs, Mount Tahoma 3 p.m. at Bowlero Lanes in Lakewood. North Mason boys basketball 3 p,m. in Hawkins Middle School Gym. Shelton boys swimming 4:30 Lincoln. p.m. at To submit a sports calendar item, email emily@masoncounty. com. BOWLING Shelton Nov. 17 -- 1, Black Hills 1,401; 2, Tumwater, 1,098; 3, Shelton, 931 1, Adreanna Cheney, 234; 2, Rebecca Robinson, 190; 3, Analise Scott, 188; 4, Hannah Murphy, 162; 5, Riley McDougal, 156 Nov. 18 -- 1, Central Kitsap 1,566; 2, Shelton, 1,057 1, Adreanna Cheney, 262; 2, Re- becca Robinson, 221; 3, Riley Mc- Dougal, 213; 4, Analise Scott, 189; 5, Emily Frost, 181 Nov. 20 -- Wilson 7, Shelton 0 1, Adreanna Cheney, 246; 2, Re- becca Robinson, 219; 3, Riley McDou- gal, 192; 4, Hannah Murphy, 162; 5, Abbie Ellyson, 100 (game 2 only); 6, Analise Scott, 60 (game 1 only) North Mason Nov. 20 -- Olympic 7, North Mason 0 1, Kailey Miller, 235; 2, Melanie Hall, 113; 3, Haven Hermsen, 110; 4, Kimberly Mclain, 100 PREP ROUNDUP bowlers improve average scores in match losses Although the Shelton girls bowling team lost its three matches last week, head coach Dann Gagnon saw improvement. During the team's 7-0 loss Nov. 20 to Wil- son, Abby Ellyson increased her average by 38 points to 107, while Emily Frost's average went up 23 points to 102. Riley McDougal's average increased from 88 to 96 and Adreanna Cheney went up to 123 from 114. "It's nice to see the girls improving in such a short time," Gagnon said. Lady Bulldog bowlers earn best scores on the lanes last week Although the North Mason girls bowling team lost 7-0 to Olympic on Nov. 20, four of the bowlers knocked over 100 or more pins in two games. Kailey Miller hit 130 and 105 points in games 1 and 2, while teammate Melanie Hall knocked down 113 in one game. Ha- ven Hermsen scored 110 in one game and Kimberly Mclain knocked down 100 in one game. "The team seemed very nervous tonight," head coach Kristy Whitcher said. Compiled by sports reporter Emily Hanson