Sports Briefs for Tuesday, July 29

Mason bows out of state Senior Legion

Dropping a pair of contests to Eastern Washington teams, Mason Baseball of Aberdeen-Hoquiam was eliminated from the State Senior Legion Baseball Tournament on Sunday at Centralia’s Wheeler Field.

Mason fell to the Kennewick Bandits, 14-0, on Saturday and was edged by Apple Valley of Wenatchee, 8-6, in a loser-out contest Sunday.

Father-son duo takes Strada Memorial golf

Bob Pasquale Sr. and Bob Pasquale Jr. teamed up to capture the Mike Strada Memorial Two-Man Team Championship last weekend at Ocean Shores and Highland golf courses.

The Pasquales finished with a 36-hole total of 132, four strokes better than Jim Maki and Shannon Hatfield (Maki’s stepson).

Derek and Scott Lindbo took net honors with 120.6.

A scramble was used for the opening round at Ocean Shores, with a best-ball format played for the final 18 at Highland. Final standings:

Gross: Bob Pasquale Sr.-Bob Pasquale Jr. 132, Jim Maki-Shannon Hatfield 136, Lonnie Hatton-Nicholas Betrozoff 137, Jerry Langbraaten-Dennis Sliva 139.

Net: Derek Lindbo-Scott Lindbo 120.6, Tommy Jenkins-Shane Kissner 122.2, Ron Bennett-Larry Lind 123.1, Ron Stiles-Dave Scure 124.4, Dave Price-Rick Pearson 126.5.

KP: Ron Bennett-Larry Lind, Kathy Campbell-Charlotte Manwell, Tommy Jenkins-Shane Kissner.

Seguin aces at Highland

Longtime golfer Tom Seguin scored his first hole-in-one Saturday at Highland Golf Course.

Seguin used a 9-iron to ace the 110-yard sixth hole. Bill Swantek witnessed the shot.

Public can comment on projects in, around state waters

The Washington Department of Fish &Wildlife is seeking public comments on proposed updates to state Hydraulic Code rules, which regulate construction and other work in or near state waters to protect fish life.

Common projects requiring approval under the state’s hydraulic rules include work on bulkheads, culverts, piers and docks.

Fish &Wildlife will accept written comments through Aug.15 on the proposed rules, a related draft environmental impact statement, and a small business economic impact statement.

All documents related to this rulemaking activity are available on the department’s website at, along with an email address for submitting comments.

Lisa Veneroso, who leads WDFW’s habitat program, said the changes proposed in the Hydraulic Code rules will provide more protection for fish, streamline the permit process and ensure the code is consistent with other state laws.

Veneroso said WDFW habitat biologists review approximately 4,000 applications each year for those permits, known as Hydraulic Project Approvals.

Daily World staff reports


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