Hiawatha Evergreens crowned City of Shelton Parks and Recreation Co-Ed Softball Champions.
Watch select games from the 2018 Pee Wee Reese World Series. MasonWebTV Powered by HCC will be broadcasting three games on Saturday from Mason County Recreation Area (MCRA) Field 7. These games include one semi-final (JC Sports Climbers vs. Sandbergl) at 9 AM, the 3rd/4th Place Game at 11 AM, and the Championship Game at 1 PM.
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Semi-Final between JC Sports Climbers and Sandberg
3rd/4th Place Game
The Pee Wee Reese World Series wrapped up pool play Thursday at Mason County Recreation Area (MCRA) in Shelton. After three days of baseball for the eight teams of players 12 and under, the semi-finals have been set. The top four teams are the JC Sports Climbers (the host team), LC Legends, Sandberg and ABA Sluggers/Foster.
Saturday, the Climbers play Sandberg at 9 AM on MCRA Field 7 in one semi-final while the Legends take on the Sluggers on MCRA Field 6 in the other semi-final. The losers of those games will play for 3rd and 4th place at 11 AM and the winners will play for the Championship at 1 PM. MasonWebTV Powered by HCC will broadcast all games played on Field 7.
Watch games from the Pee Wee Reece World Series live from Mason County Recreation Area in Shelton, Washington.
[VIDEO] Mason General Hospital Foundation’s 24th Annual Quality Care Open was held Friday and MasonWebTV Powered by HCC’s Dedrick Allan filed this report on the event at Alderbrook Golf Course.
For more information on donating to the purchase of the Selenia Dimensions 3D Mammography Unit or participating in the 25th Annual Quality Care Open next year, contact the Mason General Hospital Foundation 360-427-3623 or email: email@example.com.
The Shelton School District has a new athletic director: Trevor Leopold. Leopold will begin as AD in August.
Leopold, a native of Wisconsin, attended elementary and middle school in Tacoma, and graduated from Neenah High School in Wisconsin. At Neenah, he participated in football, wrestling, track and field, and powerlifting; winning the state powerlifting championship his senior year. Following high school, Leopold obtained his Bachelor of Science and Masters of Science degrees in physical education from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.
Mary M. Knight’s Kaylee Sowle was selected as WIAA Athlete of the Week for week 38 (May 20 to May 26).
The Owl junior took first place in all four of her events at the Class 1B State Track and Field Championships. These events were the 100-meter dash, the long jump, the triple jump, and the high jump. Sowle set a new 1B record of 5 feet 8 inches in the high jump breaking her own record set last year.
At the Class 1B State Track and Field Championships, Mary M. Knight’s Kaylee Sowle and Ian Frost repeated as champions.
Sowle took the title in four events: the 100 meters with a time of 13.35 seconds; the high jump with a height of 5 feet 8 inches; the long jump with a distance of 17 feet, 8.25 inches (a season record); and the triple jump with a distance of 35 feet, 2.25 inches (a personal record).
Frost won the discus again with a throw of 169 feet. The senor Owl also placed 5th in the shot put with a throw of 42 feet, 5.5 inches.
MMK freshman Isaiah Compton placed 6th in the State in the discus with a throw of 117 feet 1 inch.
Austin Fries placed 8th in the State in the triple jump with a distance of 38 feet 3.25 inches.
In the team standings, the Mary M. Knight girls placed 5th in the state while the boys from Matlock were 15th.
At the Class 2A State Track and Field Championships, North Mason’s Lily Campbell finished 4th in the state in the girls’ discus with a throw of 119 feet, 4 inches; placed 8th in the state in the javelin with a throw of 120 feet, 8 inches; and set a personal record in the shot put at 35 feet, 7 inches placing 9th.
Shelton had three place at the Class 3A State Track and Field Championships.
McKenzie Salazar-Fox placed 5th in the state in the shot put with a personal record throw of 40 feet, 10.75 inches.
Highclimber freshman Victoria Silverman took 6th in the 300-meter hurdels with a personal record time of 45.53 seconds.
Trinity Payment finished 7th in the state in the long jump with a distance of 17 feet, 4.75 inches (a personal record).
At the State Golf Championships, North Mason’s Eric Jones finished 17th and Shelton’s Tim Nail was 24th.
Jones knocked three strokes off his score on the second day of the Class 2A Tournament at Columbia Point Golf Course in Richland. The Bulldog shot a two-day total of 155 (79 in the first round, 76 in the second).
Nail shot a two-day total of 153 in the Class 3A competition at the Creek at Qualchan in Spokane. The Highclimber shot 76 on the first day and 77 on the second.