Sports in Brief 11/16


Timmons named Bobcat soccer MVP

All-league goalkeeper Alexxi Timmons received the Most Valuable Player award at the Aberdeen High School girls soccer banquet recently.

Other special awards: Offensive MVP — Emily Fisher. Defensive MVP — Mo Donovan. Coaches Award — Merritt Michelbrink. Inspirational — Sophie Hillebrant. Most Improved — Kaylee Hamilton. Golden Boot Award — Jade Caskey. JV MVP — Erin Kuhn. JV Defensive MVP — Shannon Chesterman. JV Offensive MVP — Kendra Larson. JV Coaches Award — Sarah McCauley. JV Inspirational — Jacki Jimenez. JV Most Improved — Trista Cooper. JV Golden Boot Award — Emily Riker.

Bobcat football players honored at banquet

Senior lineman Jaime Miranda received the John Mashin Award at the Aberdeen High School football banquet recently.

Other team awards: Al Eklund Award — Lorenzo Ontiveros. Perry Clark Award — Jordon Logan and Colton Dion. George Savage Award — Bryceson Talley. Adin Marshall Award — Ashton Williamson. Inspirational — Kaleb Levao. Most Improved — Erikk Machowek. Lineman of the Year — Chase Johnson. Special Teams Award — Justin Berkley.

Swimming fundraiser due Saturday at Cosmopolis

A fundraising dinner for the Aberdeen High School girls swim team and the YMCA of Grays Harbor Sea Otters is scheduled for Saturday at the Cosmopolis Lions Club (601 2nd Street).

The menu will include chicken fajitas, rice, beans, salsa, guacamole and a beverage. Admission is $10 per person. Proceeds from the event will go to the two swimming programs.

Aberdeen alum to officiate soccer finals

Aberdeen High School graduate Laci Moyer is one of the officials assigned to the state soccer semifinals and finals this weekend at Sumner.

Moyer, who lives in Bonney Lake and works out of the Pierce County association, will be the head referee for the Crosspoint Academy-Bear Creek Class B girls semifinal today. She will be one of the linespersons for the Class B boys championship game Saturday.

Volleyball club sets meeting, clinic for Sunday

The Grays Harbor Volleyball Club has scheduled an informational meeting and clinic from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the Grays Harbor College gym.

The meeting is open for all girls, from fifth grade through high school seniors, looking to play tournament volleyball this winter. There is no cost for attending Sunday’s meeting.

Further information may be obtained by contacting Wilma Weber at 580-6365 or via email at vbwilma@comcast.net.

Daily World staff reports