Sports in Brief 12/5


Aberdeen’s Stipic places in high jump

Tyson Stipic, Portland State University track athlete from Aberdeen, placed third in the high jump at the Jackson’s Open indoor meet Saturday at Nampa, Idaho.

Stipic cleared 6-2 3/4. He was held out of the triple jump and long jump due to an injury suffered in practice prior to the meet.

Grays Harbor Bearcats

to meet Thursday

The Grays Harbor Bearcats will host an informational meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Aberdeen High School Community Room.

The Bearcats will be taking player registrations, talking about the upcoming season and handing out a calendar of events. All current and future Bearcats are required to attend.

For more information, call (800) 575-6922.

Master Hunter program frozen

The Master Hunter Permit Program administered by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife has stopped accepting new applications for membership until further notice.

The enrollment freeze is designed to give the department time to absorb an increase of nearly 30 percent in certified master hunters over the past four years and clearly defiine the program’s role, according to Sgt. Carl Klein, program manager.

The Fish & Wildlife Department often calls on master hunters to participate in hunts designed to remove problem animals that damage property or threaten public safety. To maintain their certification, master hunters are required to participate in volunteer projects, ranging from maintaining elk fences to restoring wildlife habitat.

Seahawks cut loose receiver Edwards

The Seattle Seahawks have cut wide receiver Braylon Edwards after a season during which he had little impact on the offense and placed starting left guard James Carpenter on the season-ending reserve/non-football illness list.

Seattle made the moves Tuesday afternoon. Edwards was waived with an injury distinction, but no specific injury was cited. The Seahawks now have just five healthy wide receivers.

Edwards had just eight catches for 74 yards and one touchdown in 10 games.

Carpenter returned from a serious knee injury last season and started seven games for the Seahawks at left guard. But he left early in Sunday’s win over Chicago after experiencing what Pete Carroll called a sharp pain in his surgically repaired knee.

AP & Daily World staff reports