Henninger, Long earn all-state honors
Sequim High goalkeeper Claire Henninger and Port Angeles High midfielder Emilia Long were named to the Washington All-State 2A Team for the fall 2017 season, as voted on by the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association.
Henninger, a senior, was named an honorable mention after leading the Wolves to a 9-7 mark, one league win shy of a district playoff berth. She earned her third consecutive all-league first team honor after posting six shutouts along with 56 saves and three saved penalty kicks.
Long, a freshman at PAHS, was named to the All-State second team. She notched peninsula-high totals in goals (17) and assists (15) as the Roughriders made a deep run through district play and on to the Class 2A state girls soccer quarterfinals. The Riders tied for the most wins in a season in school history with 13.
Golf course opens schedule
Peninsula Golf Club, Port Angeles’ public course, has opened its greens and fairways to the public seven days a week with no time restrictions and tees times available 30 days in advance, head golf pro Chad Wagner said last week.
“By making tee times more available we are hoping to get more people through the door and share this amazing course and some of the best views on the Olympic Peninsula,” Wagner said.
Peninsula Golf Club is at 824 S. Lindberg Road. See www.golfinportangeles.com.
Register for OAT runs
Registration is now open for OAT Run (Olympic Adventure Trail Run), a 12K and half-marathon trail run on the Olympic Adventure Trail west of Port Angeles set for April 28. This point-to-point race takes place on single-track trail, and ends with a post-race party and barbecue meal at Harbinger Winery.
For more event and registration information, visit www.oatrun.org.
Anglers set annual fundraiser for Feb. 17
The Puget Sound Anglers’ annual fundraiser is set for Saturday, Feb. 17, at Sunland Golf and Country Club. The event, which features live and silent auctions, live music and a spaghetti dinner, helps support the Kids Fishing Day held in late spring. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., dinner starts at 5:30 p.m. and the live auction starts at 7 p.m.
Advance-only tickets are $20; no tickets will be sold at the door.
For more information or for tickets, call 360-681-4768.
Marine communications course set in Port Hadlock
The Point Wilson Sail and Power Squadron is offering a seven-week course on Marine Communication Systems from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Thursdays, Feb. 8-March 22, at the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building in Port Hadlock. The course is a nine-chapter review of communication systems designed for recreational boaters, and to those with whom he/she shares the water. Call Sandra Smith-Poling at 360-379-1178 or email to email@example.com Jan. 26 to reserve a spot, as textbooks must be ordered before class begins. No payment required until registration the first night of class.
Poker tournament to benefit PC hoops
Tickets are on sale now for the Peninsula Pirate’s Hold’Em Tournament, a poker tournament benefit for the Peninsula College men’s and women’s basketball programs.
The event will be held at 7 Cedars Casino’s Club Seven beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 3. It is open to ages 21 and older.
There are ticket options for poker players and non-poker players.
A $60 ticket includes entry fee, two drink tickets and a meal. Poker player tickets are available at tinyurl.com/PDN-PCPoker.
Non-poker players can buy a $25 ticket which includes two drink tickets, a meal, side games and drawings. Tickets also are available by cash or check at the gate at Peninsula men’s and women’s basketball games.
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