South Bend athletes honored
Maddie Klus and Marcus Overstake won the Most Valuable Player awards in their respective sports at the South Bend High School fall awards banquet recently.
Klus was named the volleyball MVP, while Overstake took football Most Valuable honors. Other major awards:
Football: Inspirational — Dennis Johnson. Coaches Award — Chris Jewell. Captains — Dennis Johnson, Marcus Overstake.
Volleyball: Leadership Award — Kathryn Staats. Coaches Award — Kathryn Staats.
Cross Country: Coaches Awards — Traci Hoffman, Diana Morales.
Master Hunter applications sought
Applications for the Washington Department of Fish &Wildlife’s Master Hunter Permit Program will be accepted from Jan. 1 through Feb. 15, 2014.
The program is designed to promote safe, lawful and ethical hunting and to strengthen the state’s hunting heritage and conservation ethic.
Hunters enrolled in the program must pay a $50 application fee, pass a criminal background check and a written test, demonstrate shooting proficiency, provide at least 20 hours of approved volunteer service and meet other qualifications listed on the Fish &Wildlife website.
The department enlists these hunters for controlled hunts for problem animals that damage property. They also participate in volunteer projects involving increasing access to private lands, habitat enhancement, data collection, hunter education and landowner relations.
Further information may be obtained on the Fish &Wildlife website — http://wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/master/hunter/.
Daily World staff reports