Sports Briefs for Wednesday, Jan. 16

Klein makes alma mater’s Hall of Fame

Hoquiam resident Gretchen (Knutzen) Klein was inducted into the Burlington-Edison High School Athletic Hall of Fame last week.

As Gretchen Knutzen, she graduated from Burlington-Edison in 1978, twice earning all-Northwest League recognition in basketball and once in volleyball. She was also a member school record-setting 4x220-yard relay team in track.

Twice named Skagit Valley College’s Female Athlete of the Year for her exploits in basketball, volleyball and softball, she was also an all-conference performer in basketball and softball. Her father, Gary Knutzen, is also a member of the Burlington-Edison Hall of Fame.

Klein is currently one of the state’s top female amateur golfers.

Choker volleyball tryouts begin

The first open tryout for the Grays Harbor College volleyball team is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday at the GHC gym, coach Christine Nelson announced.

Tryouts are open to women who plan to attend GHC next fall. Other tryouts are planned for undetermined dates in February and March.

Grays Harbor College is reviving its volleyball program next fall after not offering the sport for several years.

Wrestling taco feed planned

A fundraising taco feed, sponsored by the Aberdeen High School Wrestling Boosters, is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the AHS Commons.

The meal is $8 for adults, $5 for children under 12 and $20 for a family of four. Tickets may be purchased at the door or by phoning Tina Logan at (360) 500-6586.

Daily World staff reports