Auto racing resumes in Elma
With the season winding down and points races heating up, a weekly program is scheduled for tonight at Grays Harbor Raceway.
Competition will be in the 360 sprint car, hobby stock and the hornet classification.
The program scheduled for Grays Harbor Raceway on Sept. 22 has been canceled because of conflicts not only with East County activities but also with the American Sprint Car Series championships scheduled that night in Yakima. It will be replaced on the Elma schedule with a race on Oct. 6.
The Grays Harbor Raceway Season Championships is slated for Sept. 29.
Clark wins season’s final sweeps
Karen Clark of Ocean Shores took low gross honors in the season’s final Grays Harbor County Women’s Golf Sweeps on Thursday at Highland Golf Course.
Clark carded an 80. Diane Macomber, also of Ocean Shores, was the net winner with a 71. Final results:
First Division: Gross — Melanie Bickar 88. Net — Karon Strada 72. Second Division: Gross — Vickie Storment 101. Net — Rieta Hill 74. Third Division: Gross — Gayle Wilcox 107. Net — Julie Estes 77, Lore Ater 77. Fourth Division: Gross — Beth Kulju 112. Net — Irene Stipic 76.
Best Ball — Julie Brumfield-Junia Eufers 62. Long Drive — Suzie Park, Julie Brumfield. KP — Karon Strada, Beth Kulju.
Benefit golf tourney set for Highland
A four-person scramble golf tournament is scheduled for Sept. 23 at Highland Golf Course.
This tournament is being conducted by Hoquiam High School student Ronnie Espedal III as his senior project. Proceeds from the event will benefit prostate cancer awareness, with proceeds going to the Arnie’s Army Battles Prostate Cancer program. The program was formed in conjunction with golfing great Arnold Palmer, a prostate cancer survivor.
A shotgun start for the tournament is scheduled for 9 a.m. Tee prizes will be offered.
The entry fee is $180 per team. Members at Highland or Ocean Shores golf courses, however, may enter at a discounted rate of $20 per player.
Further information may be obtained by phoning Highland Golf Course at (360) 612-3432.
Daily World Staff Reports