Sports Briefs for Tuesday, Aug. 6

GH Bowmen complete weekend’s Hunters’ Dreams shoot

The Grays Harbor Bowmen hosted a two-day shoot at its range outside of Aberdeen this past weekend.

Forty competitors shot both days and 55 competitors took part overall — ranging from pee-wee to master senior shooters. Forty-two three-dimentional animal targets, with marked distances, were set up and the maximum score was 1,848 points.

Here are the results from the shoot:

Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle: Justin Hill 1794, Jerrod Salzer 1726, Angelo Olivencia 1624. Adult Male Freestyle: Butch O’Donnell 1742, Scott Melton 1707, Jesse Otterstetter 1636. Adult Male Barebow: Larry Delfino 669. Adult Female Freestyle: Tammy Melton 1749, Lisa O’Donnell 1562. Adult Female Bowhunter Freestyle: Krista Kok 1688, Rebecca Burks 1570, Jeni Bundy 1558. Adult Female Barebow: Julie Vergara 578.

Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle: Dan Peterson 1773, Les Salzer 1628. Senior Male Freestyle: Bill Barnhart 1776, Rich Ayre 1672, Jeff Burks 1664. Senior Male Bowhunter: Ben Sarns 1421. Silver Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle: Lonny Gabrio 1689, Dave Brandt 1513. Master Senior Male Freestyle Limited: Larry Ramsey 1472.

Youth Female Bowhunter Freestyle: Emily Oaks 1432, Mackayla Waltee 1108. Cub Male Bowhunter Freestyle: Jonathen Quinton 1257. Cub Female Bowhunter Freestyle: Shyann Quinton 1381, Janessa Otterstetter 1279. Cub Female Barebow: Jenelle Delfino 1005. PeeWee Female Bowhunter Freestyle: Jorja Delfino 1107. PeeWee Female Barebow: Alexis Olivencia 226. PeeWee Male Freestyle Limited: Spencer Hill 1085. PeeWee Male Barebow: Mason Hill 761.

Elk River Challenge champions crowned

Peter Hirtle and Conal Groom of Seattle piloted a racing shell to victory over the 7-mile course at the annual Elk River Challenge human-powered boat race recently on the Elk River east of Westport.

Hirtle and Groom registered a winning time of 48 minutes, 31 seconds.

Perry Graham of Clackamas, Ore., in a sea kayak, took top honors in the Little Elk race over 2.5 miles. His time was 35:45.

A total of 44 boaters competed in the event. The tide was out and contestants dealt with a slight wind chop.

Mason White of Puyallup received a special award for winning the largest division in the race. He captured the 12-foot poke boat category.

Grays Harbor placewinners:

Short Course: Stephanie Edens-Daryl Graham (Ocosta), first, mixed double canoe (39:45). Mark Allmand (Ocosta), third, men’s poke boat. Brady Engvall (Westport), first, Hobe pedal boat (45:59). Chloe Allmand (Westport), first, women’s poke boat (47:30). Sarah Sullivan (Westport), second, women’s poke boat. Kinman MacFadyen (Aberdeen), fourth, men’s poke boat. Ed-Holly Lagergren (Elma), first, dory (59:33).

Long Course: Jeff Wong and Ralph Clarkson (Aberdeen), Jeff Coburn (Seattle), Bernard Blocker (Westport), Vern and Janet Heikkila (Westport), first, six-man outrigger canoe (1:00.31). Jon Harwood (Bay City), first, men’s sea kayak (1:14.50). Bob Rhoades (Ocean Shores), third, men’s sea kayak (1:19.36). David-Michael Wolfenberger (Bay City), first, double sea kayak (1:21.05).

Coastal Conservation group to view film

The Twin Harbors Chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association will host a presentation of the short film, “Salmon Confidential,” at 6 p.m. today at the Montesano Moose Lodge.

The video, which lasts slightly more than an hour, will examine the effects and dangers of ocean pen fish farming. It was produced by the Wild Game Fish Conservation International. The presentation is open to the public.

Stephen Pryor’s season is done for M’s

Mariners relief pitcher Stephen Pryor has been shut down for the remainder of the season with a triceps injury.

Pryor has been on the disabled list since mid-April, recovering from a torn lat muscle, but had been doing rehabilitation work with Class AAA Tacoma and was expected to rejoin the Mariners soon. He experienced soreness in his triceps area while warming up Friday night. An MRI on Saturday revealed significant damage.

“They really didn’t like what they saw,’’ Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik said. “So, as a precaution, he’s going to get re-evaluated and we’re going to look through this thing further because it’s really unusual. ... Unfortunately, he’s worked very hard, but it is where it is and he won’t pitch the rest of the year.’’

Daily World staff & wire reports