Sports Briefs Aug. 12, 2015

Sign up for co-ed soccer, free hoops tourney on tap and Sequim seniors earn medals

Sign up for co-ed soccer

The Port Angeles Parks & Recreation and Peninsula College Soccer host an adult coed soccer league that begins Sept. 13.

The league is open to men and women older than 16 (youths must not be playing on a high school soccer team).

All games are at Peninsula College’s Wally Sigmar Field.

Cost is $55 per player. Sign-up forms available at the P.A. Parks & Recreation office, 308 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles.

Players without a team can call and get on a “free agent” list. Deadline for registration is Aug. 28.

For more information, call Tim at 775-1849 or Dan at 417-4557.

Free hoops tourney on tap

Cornerstone Baptist Temple hosts the second-annual Men’s Patriot Day Outdoor 4-on-4 Basketball Tournament in September. The tourney starts at 4 p.m. on Sept. 11 and at 9 a.m. on Sept. 12.

Registration is free. Call by Sept. 10 to register.

Ages are 16 and older. Tourney winners receive a trophy.

Cornerstone Baptist Temple is at 44 Joslin Road, Sequim.

Call 681-3832 for more information.

Sequim seniors earn medals

Sequim’s Milliman duo earned some top marks at the Washington State Senior Games in July, the Peninsula Daily News reports.

Charles Milliman, 83, earned two golds and three silvers in his age group, winning the high jump (3-5) and the long jump (9-3), and finishing second in the 50-meter run (9.69 seconds), 100-meter run (19.02) and pole vault (6-6).

Phil Milliman, 64, also of Sequim, placed first in the pole vault (11-0) and third in the high jump (4-5).

Golfers ‘Drive’ for a cure

The Sunland Women’s Golf Association (SWGA) and Sunland Lady Niners are joining together to sponsor “Drive for the Cure” Golf Tournament on Thursday, Sept. 24.

All money raised will fund breast cancer detection for men and women in need here on the Olympic Peninsula through the Olympic Medical Center Foundation. A minimum donation of $25 per participant is suggested.

The tournament is open to both men and women. A 9 a.m. shotgun start is planned for playing 18 holes, with a 11 a.m. start for playing nine holes.

Lunch follows play, where a raffle for gift baskets will take place. Anyone wanting to attend the lunch without golfing is welcome; cost for lunch is $14.

Registration deadline is noon, Sept. 18. Checks for golf and lunch should be made out to Sunland Golf & Country Club. Donation checks should be made to OMC Foundation.

For more information, call the Sunland pro shop at 683-6800 and ask to have Judy Flanders or Nonie Dunphy return your call.