Sports in Brief 11/29


Bobcat, Grizzly teams to meet

Rivals Aberdeen and Hoquiam will square off in girls and boys basketball the next two nights.

The Bobcat and Grizzly girls, each sporting 1-0 records, will collide tonight at Hoquiam Square Garden. This will be the only meeting of the trans-Myrtle Street rivals in girls basketball this season.

The first of two Aberdeen-Hoquiam boys games is planned for Friday night at Sam Benn Gym. The Bobcats and Grizzlies will meet again Dec. 7 at Hoquiam.

Raymond athletes honored

Raymond High School athletes in three sports were honored in the fall sports banquet recently.

Major award recipients:

Football: Offensive Player — Andrew Hamilton. Defensive Player — Carte Bisbee. Captain — Josh Camenzind. Inspirational — Alex Sida. Coaches Award — Hunter Borden. Scout Team Player of Year — Chase Flemetis.

Volleyball: Coaches Award — Kira Dunsmoor. Captain — Abby Maneman. Most Improved — Alex Gilbert. Inspirational — Aiyisha Garcia.

Cross Country: Coaches Award — Raymond Glover.

Coastal Conservation group gathers

The Twin Harbors chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Montesano Timberland Library.

The bi-state plan for Columbia River fishing, the Grays Harbor harvest model and the recovery of derelict fishing gear will be discussed.

The meeting is open to the public.