Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Little League opening day is Saturday
District 5 Little League, including Hood River, Odell, Parkdale, White Salmon and Trout Lake townships, hosts opening day ceremonies and games for all boys and girls teams on Saturday. A ceremony at the Hood River Little League’s home field on Nix Drive will bring together all boys and girls teams from the district. After the ceremony teams will head to other fields around the district to play games. As part of the festivities, parents and fans are invited to partake in a fundraiser barbecue put on by West Side Fire Department, which will start at 10:30 a.m. after the opening ceremony.
Sign-ups open for 11-13, 14-16 co-ed soccer
Hood River and Odell boy and girl soccer players can register for 11-13-year-old and 14-16-year-old leagues through Hood River County Community Education. These two groups will replace all Hood River and Odell soccer registrations for the age range. Players should register as soon as possible through www.hrcommunityed.org. Practice is scheduled to being May 1. Session numbers are as follows:
ODHRu12u13 Coed (11-13-year-olds)
ODHRu15u17 Coed (14-16-year-olds)
For more information contact Leticia at 541-387-5082.
Two teams remain undefeated in Gorge Hoops League
Week four standings for the Gorge Hoops League’s annual spring schedule show teams The Dalles and Rim Shots tied for the lead at 4-0, followed by a three-way tie for the 3-1 record between KPK, Sarsfield and Fury. Scores from last weekend’s action and current standings are below.
Weekend games: Fury 102, Wolfpack 47; Low End Theory 77, Lucky-13 56; Trout Lake 82, Doubleberry 65; Sarsfield Cattle 76, Pee-Wees Auto Detail 62; Rim Shots 91, KPK 75; The Dalles 65, 7-Jerks-1-Squirt 60;
League Standings: The Dalles 4-0; Rim Shots 4-0; KPK 3-1; Sarsfield 3-1; Fury 3-1; Pee Wees Auto Detail 2-2; Low End Theory 2-2; Lucky 13 1-3; Doubleberry 1-3; Trout Lake 1-3; 7 Jerks 1 Squirt 0-4; Wolfpack 0-4
Hawks still winless in league games
Weston-McEwen swept the Horizon Christian baseball team in a league doubleheader Saturday in Athena. The Tiger-Scots won the first game, 2-1, scoring the winning run on a passed ball in the bottom of the seventh inning. They used a 10-hit attack to win the second game, 11-4.
Micah Engel and Ian Rasmussen each had a hit and scored a run for Horizon in game two. In the opener, Engel pitched a three-hitter through five innings. Kirby Carter and Jake Wells had the only two Horizon hits, as Weston-McEwen pitcher Justin Burke struck out seven for the complete-game win.
Horizon resumes league games Saturday with a doubleheader at Stanfield.
ICMGA holds Spring Handicap tourney
Forty-eight men competed in the annual Indian Creek Men’s Golf Association Spring Handicap tournament over the weekend amid challenging and variable spring conditions. Winners are as follows:
Overall Winner: Jann Halstead, with a two-day net score of 140; A-flight low gross: 1st, Mitch Huru; 2nd, Yoyo Cervantes; A-flight low net: 1st, Denis Thomas; 2nd, Kevin Morgan and Roger Barry (tie); 4th, Jake Morgan; B-flight low gross: 1st, Phil Cannell; 2nd, Scott Linden; B-flight low net: 1st, John Cochran; 2nd, Kelly Yackley and Jim Slusher (tie); 4th, Carl Martin and Guido Wallace (tie); C-flight low gross: 1st, Ed Weathers; 2nd, Ron Yamashita; C-flight low net: 1st, Jake Williams; 2nd, Paul Dezurick; 3rd, Dino Terrana; 4th, Scott Meredith.
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Lawnmower torches Arbor Vitae on Portland Drive
The riding lawn mower driven by Norma Cannon overheated and made contact with dry arbor vitae owned by Lee and Norma Curtis, sending more than a dozen of the tightly-packed trees up in flames. The mower, visible at far right, was totaled. No one was injured; neighbors first kept the fire at bay with garden hoses and Westside and Hood River Fire Departments responded and doused the fire before it reached any structures. Westside Fire chief Jim Trammell, in blue shirt, directs firefighters. The video was taken by Capt. Dave Smith of Hood River Fire Department. Enlarge