Sports briefs 9/5

Reynvaan Run due Saturday

The Jack Reynvaan Memorial Run, a traditional feature of Hoquiam’s Loggers Playday celebration, is scheduled for Saturday at Hoquiam High School’s Sea Breeze Oval.

The event will include 10-kilometer, 5-kilometer and 2-mile runs and a 2-mile walk. All runs begin at 10 a.m.

Registration is scheduled from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. The registration fee is $10, or $15 for those who desire a T-shirt.

Further information may be obtained by contacting Tracy Wood at the City of Hoquiam via email —

Jambor, Macy win South Bend runs

Eric Jambor of South Bend captured the South Bend Kiwanis Labor Day Fun Run last weekend at South Bend High School’s Don Weisel Track.

Jambor completed the 10-kilometer course in 48.40. Wendy Macy of Nemah was the overall female winner with a time of 51.12.

Charles and Emily Rambo of Seattle took top honors in the 2-mile runs. They finished together with a time of 14.40.

Bombers tryouts this Sunday

The VFW Bombers will hold tryouts for their four fastpitch softball teams, starting at 10 a.m. Sunday, at Gable Park.

The 10-U tryouts, with manager J.T. Spradlin, are at 10 a.m. The 12-U tryouts, with Jason Barnum, are at 11 a.m. The 14-U tryouts, with Larry Paladin, are at noon. The 16-U tryouts, with Mike Cummings, are at 1 p.m.

For further information, contact Cummings at 589-9325.

Olympia School Board may reinstate coach

The Olympia School Board will consider reinstating the Capital High School boys’ basketball coach who was removed after reported “forced sexual contact” between students at a summer camp.

District spokesman Ryan Betz says the board will consider comments from parents at last week’s meeting who said the students, not coach Doug Galloway, should be held more accountable.

The Olympian reported privacy laws prevented the district from saying exactly what happened June 30 when 32 players and five basketball camp coaches were staying at a Western Washington University dormitory.

The district said Galloway did not provide adequate supervision. He was removed as boys’ basketball coach but remains as a physical education teacher and girls’ golf coach.

M’s call up 7, trade Quiroz to Boston

The Seattle Mariners have brought up seven players from Triple-A Tacoma and traded minor-league catcher Guillermo Quiroz to the Boston Red Sox for cash considerations.

The Mariners made the moves before playing the Red Sox on Tuesday. Seattle recalled right-handed pitchers Shawn Kelley and Hector Noesi; infielders Alex Liddi and Carlos Truinfel and outfielder Casper Wells.

AP & Daily World staff reports

The Mariners also recalled Mike Carp from his rehab assignment and selected infielder Luis Jimenez. To clear a spot on the 40-man roster for Jimenez, the Mariners designated outfielder Johermyn Chavez for assignment.

Quiroz was instantly called up by the Red Sox following the trade. Quiroz hit .278 with 15 doubles and 15 home runs in 89 games with Tacoma.