Sports in Brief 10/2

Hoquiam’s Sand wins Pullman tourney

John Sand of Hoquiam won the boys seventh-eighth grade division of the Palouse Junior Open golf tournament that concluded Sunday at Washington State University’s Palouse Ridge Golf Course.

Carding one-under-par 71s in both rounds, Sand finished with a 36-hole total of 142 for a two-stroke victory over R.J. Manke of Lakewood.

Grizzly jayvees blank Monarchs

Tyler White scored three touchdowns, two on defense, as Hoquiam belted Castle Rock, 22-0, in a junior varsity football game.

White scored on an 80-yard fumble return and a 40-yard interception runback. He added an 18-yard scoring scrimmage run and a pair of 2-point conversion.

Maurice Weaver intercepted two pases and Tahj Malone blocked a punt for the Grizzlies. Antwon Johnson and Jesiah Bretz were cited for defensive play.

Aberdeen JV loses to Mark Morris

At Stewart Field on Monday, Aberdeen got two touchdowns from freshman quarterback Joel Dublanko, but feel, 40-16, in a junior varsity football game.

Dublanko threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Grant Bowley and ran a 76-yard touchdown run for Aberdeen. Dublanko also scored a two-point conversion run and threw a two-point conversion pass to Austin Carrigan.

Kohl Levao and Tyler Smith were cited for their all-around performances.

Dig Pink Tourney raises funds

Wishkah’s Dig Pink volleyball tournament raised $2,265 for the Side-Out Foundation that promotes breast cancer awareness and health education, Wishkah coach Tove Reibel reported.

Lake Quinault, Mary M. Knight and Oakville joined the host Loggerettes in the jamboree-style tournament.