Sports Briefs for March 1, 2014

Messer wins six-game bowling singles crown

Curtis Messer Sr. won both the scratch and handicap all-events titles at the Grays Harbor Bowling Association Six-Game Singles Tournament last weekend at Rainier Lanes in Aberdeen.

Averaging 251 for six games, Messer finished with a scratch total of 1,505. That was also good for the handicap title.

Jim Micus of Ocean Shores, who finished second, rolled a perfect 300 game in the tourney.

The final handicap all-events standings: Curtis Messer 1,505, Jim Micus 1,381, Joey Marcou 1,380, Dave Reed 1,377, Jack Adams Sr. 1,352.

Two Grays Harbor basketball refs bound for state

Two members of the Grays Harbor Basketball Officials Association have been selected for the state Class 2B/1B tournaments next week in Spokane.

Rick Denholm will be among the officials in the boys tournaments Thursday through Saturday, while Rod Bannish will work the girls tourneys the same days.

Coastal Conservation association to meet

The monthly meeting of the Twin Harbors Coastal Conservation Association is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday in the meeting room of the Montesano Timberland Library.

Fisheries-related grants and Grays Harbor and Willapa Harbor fishing issues will be discussed. The meeting is open to the public.

Baseball umps set field clinic

The Grays Harbor Baseball Umpires Association has scheduled its annual field clinic from 9 to 11 a.m. Sunday at the Bishop Building adjacent to Pioneer Park.

All association members are required to attend one field clinic per season. Further information may be obtained by contacting Bill McClelland at 249-5497 or (360) 580-0633.

The Daily World


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