Sports in Brief 11/10

Bobcat volleyball players honored

Senior Alahna Weber received the Most Valuable Player award at the Aberdeen High School volleyball awards dinner Thursday.

The Bobcats received a WIAA Outstanding Scholastic Award given to squads with a team grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Other awards:

Most Improved — Ally Jennings. Inspirational — Lily Walsh. Coaches Award — Kiana Dixon. Captains Awards — Alahna Weber and Brittany Flohr.

Stutesman earns Hoquiam golf MVP

Tristan Stutesman received the Most Valuable Player award at the Hoquiam High School boys golf awards dinner Thursday.

Other awards: Coaches Award — Josh Bishop. Most Improved — Tristan Stutesman. Academic Achievement Awards — Brandon Kelly, Al Burnett, Kolby Crowell, Tristan Stutesman.

Letterwinners: Tristan Stutesman, Tahcoy Ibabao, Josh Bishop, Zach Emerson, Dylan Kaczmarczyk, Mac Najar.

Ocosta all-academic players announced

Ocosta’s Courtney Rutzer and Mikayla Sunde made the Evergreen 1A League soccer all-academic team. Ocosta selections had not been received prior to the publication of the all-league team.

Benefit bowling tourney due

A benefit bowling tournament is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at SpareTime Bowl in Hoquiam.

Proceeds from the nine-pin, no-tap tournament will be used to defray the medical expenses of prominent Harbor bowler Cheryl Norton, who recently had her leg amputated above the knee due to an infection. The entry fee is $20, with shoe rental included. An established average is not required.

Raffle prizes are also available. Non-bowlers are also welcome to participate in the raffle drawings. Donations to Norton’s medical fund may also be made during normal business hours at SpareTime Bowl.

Hoquiam Youth Baseball meeting set

The board of directors of Hoquiam Youth Baseball will meet at 6 p.m., Sunday at the Golden Dragon Restaurant in Hoquiam.

Plans for the 2013 season will be discussed. The meeting is open to the public. Further information may be obtained by contacting Clay Emery at (360) 580-5816.