Sports briefs — June 12, 2019

  • Wednesday, June 12, 2019 1:30am
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Soccer registration open

Registration for the Sequim FC Adult (16+) Soccer League Summer League is open.

League officials are planing on eight regular season games in two divisions (silver, gold) with games played Sunday afternoons, June 30-Aug. 25 (except for Aug. 4, the same week as the Dungeness Cup).

Cost is $40 per player prior to June 24, $48 after that date.

See events.teamsnap.com/organizations/3566 or www.sequimfc.net/registration to register or for more information.

‘Close the Gap’ tourney set

The Dungeness River Audubon Center Charity Golf Tournament is set for Saturday, June 15, at The Cedars at Dungeness, 1965 Woodcock Road.

Format is a four-person scramble. Cost is $100 per player; the fee includes prizes and lunch.

To sign up, contact The Cedars at Dungeness Pro Shop at 360-582-4900.

The tourney is the first “Close the Gap” event created to help fundraisers complete a $3.6 million campaign to expand the river center.

Crosscutters split openers

Kicking off their summer season, the Olympic Crosscutters select baseball squad went 1-1 in Anacortes on June 9.

In the opening game, the Cutters built an early 6-1 lead and held on for 6-4 victory behind solid pitching of Logan Urvina and defense, notably Elijah Flodstrom’s diving catch in left field and a game-ending double play.Pacing the Crosscutter offense was John Vaara, Dalton Kilmer, Kole Acker and Trenton Indelicato.

Although the Crosscutters dropped the second game to an older Mount Vernon squad, the team kept the score tight, at a 4-3 deficit after six innings before Mount Vernon padded their lead with four runs for an 8-4 decision. Vaara, Kilmer and Hunter Robinson had hits for the Crosscutters, who got a two-strike, two-out RBI from Parker Nickerson. Robinson was solid behind the plate, Crosscutter coaches say.

The Crosscutters are back on the road this weekend with three games against Lynden Christian, Lynden and Blaine.

Powell takes title

Dennis Powell defeated John Sims 4 and 3 o earn the title of 2019 Don Leslie Memorial Match Play Champion on June 5 at Sunland Golf and Country Club.

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