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North Beach wrestling tourney due Saturday

At least nine teams are scheduled to compete in North Beach High School’s Bash at the Beach Wrestling Tournament on Saturday.

Hoquiam, Ocosta, Willapa Harbor, Adna, Chief Leschi, Knappa, Ore., the Montesano and Shelton junior varsities and possibly Taholah will join the host Hyaks in the tourney.

Wrestling begins at 10 a.m., with the finals tentatively planned for 5 p.m.

AHS Hall of Fame committee to meet

The Aberdeen High School Hall of Fame committee is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the AHS community room.

Nominations for the 2013 AHS Hall of Fame induction class will be accepted and discussed at the meeting. The first portion of the meeting is open to the public.

Those unable to attend attend the meeting but wishing to submit nominations may email Aberdeen athletic director Ken Ashlock at kashlock@asd5.org. or Rick Anderson at randerson@thedailyworld.com or phone Darrell Lokken at 532-0615.

Crowell wins junior bowling tourney

Hoquiam High School graduate Perry Crowell IV won a Junior Bowling Tour tournament last weekend in Longview. He won the title match, 243-204.

The 21-year-old Crowell was also the anchor man on a Midland University team of Nebraska that took team honors in the Glenn Carlson Invitational in Las Vegas recently. Crowell doubled in the 10th frame to decide the championship. Midland is ranked fifth nationally.

Crowell is currently competing in the Team USA Trials, also in Las Vegas. He stands 12th place in a field of 171 after averaging 225 after six games.

Fastpitch association meeting Sunday

The Hoquiam Girls Fastpitch Association will hold its board meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Gable Park scorekeeper’s tower.

Martin wins GHCC New Year’s tourney

Paul Martin won the gross division of Grays Harbor Country Club’s New Year’s Memorial Golf Tournament recently.

Martin registered seven points in the Stableford Scoring System. Other results:

Net Division: John Van Dijk 15, Dave Rathbun 15, Ron Russell 14, Bill Newman 13, Steve Natwick 13. KP — Ron Russell, Bruce Beck.