Sports Briefs


Lick seventh

at PGA pro-junior event in Richland

RICHLAND - Kevin Lick of Sunnyside earned a tie for seventh place honors last Friday at a PGA pro-junior golf tournament at Richland's Horn Rapids Golf Course.

A senior at Sunnyside High School this fall, Lick carded a four-over 76 on Friday to tie for seventh place honors. The boys 15 to 17-year-old division first place winner was Alex Moore of Richland, who shot a six-under 66.

The one-day event, sponsored by the Central Washington chapter of the PGA, provided the opportunity for junior golfers to play a competitive round with PGA professionals.

The low professional round turned in Friday was a six-under 66, netted by Scott Johnson of the host Horn Rapids course.


drill team camp set for Sept. 14-17

The Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting youngsters in the second through sixth grades for its All-American drill team camp.

The eighth annual camp will be held Sept. 14-17, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. each of the four days, at the Sunnyside High School parking lot.

The camp, which has a registration fee of $30, will feature instruction in precision marching, turns and hand movements with pom-poms. Camp participants will perform Saturday, Sept. 18, in the annual Sunnyside Sunshine Days Parade.

Fall/winter coed volleyball league forming in S’side

Team sign-ups are underway now for the Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department's annual fall/winter coed volleyball league.

The season begins Wednesday, Sept. 1, at 7 p.m. at Chief Kamiakin Elementary School gym with an open gym session.

The registration fee is $100 per team. The league will be limited to the first 18 teams that officially sign up. Deadline to register is Thursday, Sept. 9.

Brown Sox tourney winners

Sunnyside's KFC/A&W Brown Sox added another tournament title to its resume the weekend of July 31-Aug. 1.

Playing in the Classic Trophies Men's Slo-pitch Softball Tournament at Sunnyside's SunnyView Park, the Brown Sox posted a 4-1 record to claim top honors.

In Sunday's championship game, the Sunnyside club bested the Flaming Peppers of Yakima by a 17-12 score. The victory avenged a 10-6 loss to the Peppers on Saturday.

"We've had a tremendous year," said Brown Sox Manager Bob Sarmiento Sr. "I'd like to see it carry over into the State playoffs Aug. 21 and 22 in Auburn."


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