Sports briefs — Nov. 29, 2023

Glow run is Saturday

The Jamestown S’Klallam 5k/10k Glow Run — the fifth and final race of the 2023 Run the Peninsula series — is set for Saturday, Dec. 2.

Both races start at 4:30 p.m. and are out-and-back courses along the Olympic Discovery Trail. Participants need to bring their own headlamp as they will be running after the sun sets.

Cost for both races is $40. Fee includes a race medal and Run the Peninsula wireless headphones. Register at

There is no parking at the start/finish area. Participants can be dropped off at the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe bus stop and shuttles will be running between the race area and the 7Cedars Casino upper lot.

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Glasser helps CWU in playoff push

Sequim High 2018 graduate Payton Glasser is a second-year starter and team captain for the Central Washington Wildcats, who earned two upsets in the NCAA Division II football playoffs in recent weeks.

The unseeded Wildcats (8-3) upended second-seeded Western Colorado 16-13 on the road on Nov. 18, and then topped Bemidji State 21-17 in Minnesota on Nov. 25.

Glasser, a 6-5 senior tight end, had one reception for five yards against Bemidji State, and had 20 receptions for 323 yards and two scores as a junior in 2022.

Central Washington, the only unseeded team to advance to a Regional final (, takes on top-seeded Colorado School of Mines (12-0) in Golden,Colo., on Dec. 2.

Oregon golfer gets ace

Robert Hughes of Beaverton, Ore., sank his first hole-in-one at The Cedars at Dungeness on Nov. 24.

Hughes used a 7-iron to drive the 155-yard hole No. 17 at The Cedars.

Russell Hughes and James Kong of Sequim witnessed the feat.