Sports Briefs for Thursday, May 1


Nord, Sutten excelling at community colleges

Two Grays Harbor products are enjoying fine seasons pitching at the community college level.

Aberdeen High graduate Collin Nord, a freshman at Yakima Valley, recently lowered his conference earned run aveage to 1.05 for the Yaks. He has, however, been pitching in hard luck and has only a 1-3 won-loss record.

Elma’s Layne Sutten has emerged as the relief ace for Clark and sports an ERA of 2.08.

Twin Harbors CCA to meet

The Twin Harbors chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Montesano Timberland Library.

Fisheries-related grants and projects will be discussed, as will information on Grays Harbor and Willapa Harbor fisheries. The meeting is open to the public.

Run scheduled for Hoquiam

The Spring Into Fitness Run, sponsored by Pacific Care &Rehabilitation Center, is scheduled for May 10 in Hoquiam.

A 10-kilometer run, 5-kilometer run and walk, and 10-mile bicycle ride are planned. All begin at 9 a.m. in front of Pacific Care, 3035 Cherry St., Hoquiam. Day of race registration is planned for 8 a.m.

The $20 entry fee includes awards (for the 10-K and 5-K runs) and post-race food. Proceeds from the event benefit Relay for Life.

Further information may be obtained by phoning 532-7882.

Ocean Shores roundup winners determined

Cory Johnson won the gross division and Dan Sundstrom and Ron Bennett shared net honors in the Ocean Shores Golf Course Spring Roundup golf tournament recently. Final results:

Gross — Cory Johnson 79, Jim Hale 81, Patrick Durney 81. Net — Dan Sundstrom 71, Ron Bennett 71, Bob Deal 72, Jim Jacka 73, Mark Ames 73. Team — Rick Manwell-Ron Bennett-Mark Thornton minus 4, Dan Sundstrom-Mike Bozich-Jim Jorgenson minus 2, Cory Johnson-Larry Krause-Bob Deal minus 1, Patrick Durney-Art Turgeon-Gene Gratzer minus 1. KP — Art Turgeon, Gene Gratzer, Phil Wood, Patrick Durney, Sang Suh.

Daily World staff reports

 

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