Sports briefs — Sept. 11, 2019

  • Wednesday, September 11, 2019 1:30am
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Berard gets an ace

Bob Berard, a Sunland Golf & Country Club member, sank a hole-in-one on Aug. 30 at Sunland.

Berard used a 7-iron to ace No. 17, a 125-yard hole. The feat was Berard’s fourth lifetime hole-in-one.

Romero Open set at The Cedars

The Cedars at Dungeness hosts the Danny Romero Open Championship, opening with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12, at The Cedars golf course, 1965 Woodcock Road.

The four-person scramble features Stableford scoring.

Cost is $85 per person ($50 per member) with fees paying for food as well as KP, long drive and straight drive competitions. Optional honey pot are $20 per person/$80 per team.

Deadline to sign up is Wednesday, Oct. 9.

Call 360-683-6344 to register or for more information.

Register for Run A Muck

Registration is open for Run A Muck, an obstacle course mud run, at Extreme Sports Park on Saturday, Sept. 14.

To register, visit tinyurl.com/PDN-RunAMuck19.

Individual registration fees for ages 14 and older are $45; $30 for ages 10-13. Youths 10 and younger are $10.

Teams of 10 or more receive discounts.

Proceeds benefit Pennies for Quarters, a group that works to provide shelter, counseling and other services for homeless veterans.

Oyster races set for Sunday

The Quilcene Oyster Races are scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 15, with half-marathon, 10k and 5k run/walk options.

Cost is $60 for the half-marathon, $40 for the 10k and $30 for the 5k. Fees include a race finisher medal, one serving of local oysters after the race, one local craft beer (21 and older), a free open house event at Worthington Mansion.

Registration is open through Friday, Sept. 13; register at runsignup.com/Race/WA/Quilcene/QuilceneOysterRaces.

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