Sport briefs

Peninsula soccer soars; three-person scramble set at SkyRidge; register for Rhody Run; paddlers set meeting

  • Wednesday, January 7, 2015 12:30pm
  • Sports

The Peninsula Soccer Academy SK high school girls team

Peninsula soccer soars

The Peninsula Soccer Academy SK high school girls team topped the Renton Patriots 3-0 on Jan. 4, giving sophomore Port Angeles keeper Madelyn Wenzl her second shutout of the season. Shanzi Cosgrove (two goals), Chloe Sparks (one goal) and Gretchen Happe (one assist) paced the Peninsula offense.

Happe led the team with six shots on goal while Cosgrove had four and Claire Henninger, Adare McMinn and Heidi Veirede had three each.

Team PSA now finds themselves tied for third place with Tacoma United Majonera in the North Puget Sound League.

The squad’s next home game, set for Jan. 10 at Peninsula College’s Wally Sigmar Field, will be against Tacoma to see who moves up in the standings. Kickoff is at 2:30 p.m.

 

Three-person scramble set at SkyRidge

SkyRidge Golf Course hosts its Midwinter Open Three-Person Scramble, set for a 9 a.m. shotgun start on Saturday, Jan. 10, at the course, 7015 Old Olympic Highway, Sequim. Cost is $90 per team, with a maximum of 24 teams. Fee includes gross and net prizes, range balls, a late afternoon lunch and more. Power carts are $15 per seat and optional honey pots are $60 per team.

Call 683-3673 for more information.


Register for Rhody Run

Early bird registration for Port Townsend’s 37th Rhody Run is now open. The 12-kilometer run/walk that begins/ends at Fort Worden State Park is set for May 17. Adult registration is $30 and includes a long sleeve tech shirt; youths younger than 15 register for $12. Registration fees increase to $35 (adult) and $15 (youths) on March 1.

To register or for more information about the Rhody Run, visit www.rhodyrun.com.


Paddlers set meeting

The Olympic Peninsula Paddlers club meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 14, at the Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles.

This month’s program features Chris Duff who will share adventures of his journey rowing the Northern Reach to Iceland.

The public is invited to attend. A $5 donation for the Port Angeles Food Bank is requested.

See OlympicPeninsulaPaddlers.com.

 

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