Sports Briefs

Admission charged for district football

Special admission prices will be charged for the Kalama-Montesano and Elma-La Center district football games on Friday.

Admission prices, set by District IV, will be $7 for adults and $5 for students. No season passes or senior citizen passes will be accepted.

Sand second in Arizona tourney

Hoquiam’s John Sand tied for second in his division in the Future Collegians World Tour junior golf tournament last weekend at Arizona State University in Tempe.

Although only 14, Sand competed in the boys 15-19 age group, in which 69 players were entered. He carded a pair of 72s for a 36-hole total of 144. David Snyder of Texas won the division with a 141 total.

Hoquiam grad competes in New York City Marathon

Hoquiam High School graduate Jayce Ogren completed the New York City Marathon on Sunday.

The 34-year-old Ogren finished 91st in his age group and 513th overall with a time of 2:56.34.

Commission will discuss GH salmon

The Washington Fish & Wildlife Commission will accept public comments on the proposed development of a new policy for managing salmon fisheries in Grays Harbor during a meeting scheduled Friday and Saturday in Olympia.

Also at the two-day meeting, the public will also have an opportunity to comment on proposed new rules for commercial dive fisheries and plans by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife to purchase lands for wildlife conservation in Kittitas and Yakima counties.

The commission, a nine-member citizen panel appointed by the Governor to set policy for Fish & Wildlife, will convene at 8:30 a.m. both days in Room 172 of the Natural Resources Building, 1111 Washington St. S.E., Olympia.

State fishery managers have proposed developing a new Grays Harbor salmon management policy to meet spawning goals for wild salmon returning to the basin and give sport and commercial fishers a clearer picture of what fishing opportunities they can expect each year.

A number of public workshops are scheduled on the proposed policy through mid-January. Information about those workshops is available at .

Daily World staff reports


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