Sports Briefs — Nov. 29, 2017

Aces on 14 at Peninsula

Port Angeles’ Peninsula Golf Club saw a pair of locals sink hole-in-ones in mid-November.

On Nov. 16, Cody Holden of Port Angeles sank an ace on the 160-yard hole No. 14, using a 7-iron. It was Holden’s first ace. Mark Schumacher of Port Angeles witnessed the feat.

On Nov. 18, Gerald Petersen of Port Angeles also aced hole No. 14, using a 6-iron for his third lifetime hole-in-one. Bob Brodhun, Bob Dutro, Kerry Perkins and John Pruss of Port Angeles witnessed the feat.

Bowling: Wolves fall to Klahowya

The Klahowya Eagles proved to be a tough match for Sequim High’s bowling squad on Nov. 21. The Eagles swept Sequim 7-0, including wins in the regular games (645-598, 665-600) and Baker-format games (128-91,162-95).

Destiny Staus led Sequim with game-highs of 161 and 145 while Quinn Danielson was right behind her with games of 152 and 141.

Night golf set in PA

Get ready for some unique golfing at the Night Club Golf Tournament set for Saturday, Dec. 9 at Peninsula Golf Club, 824 S. Lindberg Road, Port Angeles. Format is a two-person scramble. Cost is $50 per person ($45 for members and employees); fee includes greens fee, two drink tickets and food, and glow balls. The event starts at 2:30 p.m. with a pre-tourney party. At 3:30 p.m. is a KP contest using a simulator, and play begins with a shotgun start at 4:30 p.m. Call 360-457-6501 for more information or to register.

Hoops trainer coming to PA

The Warehouse Training Court, 519 E. Second St. in Port Angeles, hosts trainer Ashley Corral Dec. 2-3. Fourteen, one-hour sessions are available for $40 per player.

Corral is a former Washington State Gatorade Player of the Year, McDonald’s All-American at Prairie High School in Vancouver, Wa., and member of the Seattle Storm and two other WNBA teams. The trainer/coach has owned and operated AC Performance training for four years. For more information, call Joe Marvelle at 360-460-4746.

Indoor soccer sign-ups available

Soccer players age 9-and-up can sign up for the fifth annual Sequim FC Indoor Soccer League that runs January-March 2018 on Sundays at the Sequim Boys & Girls Club Gym, 400 W. Fir St., Sequim.

Cost is $25 per player for the season with spots available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, visit http://www.sequimfc.net/indoor/. The event is offered by Sequim FC in association with Sequim Junior Soccer, Washington State Youth Soccer Association, and the Boys & Girls Club.

Cedars’ sees hole-in-one

Steve Falcone aced hole 17 on Nov. 22 at the Cedars at Dungeness.

He was using a 7-iron to sink the shot using a Pinnacle Soft as John Nally and Morris Fosse of Sequim and Justin Ewing of Port Angeles witnessed it.

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