Sports in Brief 2/28

Webcast set for Taholah game

Tonight’s Taholah-Neah Bay state 1B boys basketball game will be webcast on

The game is scheduled for 9 p.m., with pre-game coverage beginning at 8:45 p.m.

Fundraising track meet for AHS

The Bobcat Friends and Family track meet, a fund-raiser for the Aberdeen High School track program, is scheduled for March 9 at Miller Junior High School.

The meet, which begins at 10 a.m., will allow younger students and adults to compete alongside Aberdeen High School tracksters in selected events. Contestants are encouraged to form their own sprint relay team.

Competition will begin at 10 a.m. All participants will be entered in a draw for prizes at the end of the meet.

The entry fee for participants is $15, with spectator admission set for $5. Proceeds will go to the Aberdeen High track program.

Further information may be obtained by contacting Sherrie Green at (360) 580-2239.

Elma boys basketball team awards announced

Junior Chance Bremer was named the 2012-13 boys basketball MVP during the Elma High School boys basketball awards banquet last week.

Bremer was named the team MVP and Rebounder, while junior Ray Stark earned the Defensive Player of the Year award. Here is a full listing of the awards:

MVP — Chance Bremer. Defensive Player of the Year — Ray Stark. Captains — Ryan Collin and Chance Bremer. Coaches — Tyson Nauman. Most Improved — Jayson Sayler. Most Inspirational — Joe Wilson.

CCA meeting scheduled

The Twin Harbors Chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association is scheduled for 6 p.m. March 5 at the meeting room of the Montesano Timberland Library.

An update on Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife enforcement and the status on the North of Falcon project are scheduled. The meeting is open to the public.

N.Y. Giants retain

OT Will Beatty

The New York Giants have retained one of their highest priority potential free agents on Wednesday, with the team signing offensive tackle Will Beatty to a five-year contract.

Financial terms were not disclosed, though the Newark Star-Ledger reported the deal is worth $37.5 million and contains an additional $1.25 million in incentives.

Daily World & wire reports