Triple Threat Repeats

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With an average age of 76, seniors (from left) Bill Holst, Barry Soble and Bob Dunda — known as The Triple Threat — each repeated as gold medal winners in their respective age brackets in the free throw contest at the Olympic Peninsula Senior Games in Port Angeles on Saturday, Aug. 24.


Dunda had the highest free throw total of all players at the games, hitting the same percentage as his age — 84.


Dunda and Holst also repeated as gold medal winners and Soble took silver in the “Hot Shots” event.


Photo by Frank Welle

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