Sports briefs — Jan. 30, 2019

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Golf course goes ‘bowling’ with scramble

The Cedars at Dungeness hosts a Super Bowl Scramble on Sunday, Feb. 3, at 165 Woodcock Road.

Format is a four-person scramble. Cost is $65 per player (45 for members/employees). The fee includes KPs, green fees, a cart, two squares on the betting board and Bloody Mary bar;optional honey pots are $40 (team). The tourney features Calloway and handicap divisions.

Registration starts at 8 a.m. and the tourney starts at 9 a.m.

Call 360-683-6344 for more information or to register.

Elwha Bridge run scheduled for Saturday

The Elwha River Bridge 5K/10K, the first race in the five race Run the Peninsula series, will be held Saturday, Feb. 2.

Runners and walkers will begin at the Lower Elwha Bridge west of Port Angeles and follow an out-and-back course east along the Olympic Discovery Trail.

The event begins at 9:30 a.m.

There is no parking at the start/finish area. Shuttles will be provided to all participants and spectators from Lower Elwha Food & Fuel. Participants also can be dropped off on the west side of the bridge.

Registration is available at BridgeRun.

PC seeking nominations for Hall of Fame

Peninsula College Athletics is now accepting nominations for its’ third Pirate Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. The deadline for nominations is Feb. 15.

The college hosts induction ceremonies every other year. The criteria calls for honorees to be athletes, employees or community members who have made outstanding contributions to the college’s athletic program. Details of that criteria and the nomination form are available on the College’s athletic web site under “Hall of Fame.”

The Pirate Hall of Fame Committee will review the nominations in February and select the 2020 class of inductees. The ceremony will be held in June of 2020.

Current PC Hall of Fame members include: Jerry Allen, Mark Amaral, Curt Bagby, Kent Brauninger, Scooter Chapman, Jim Clem, Art Feiro, Jim Lunt, Rose Moorhead, Kathy Murphy-Carey, Bill Quenette, Dr. Wally Sigmar, and three teams: the 2000 men’s basketball team, the 2010 men’s soccer team and the 1970 men’s basketball team.

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