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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON Christensen alternate to District tennis Hoffman-Johnson play into day 2 finish sixth The sub-district tennis tournament got off to a rough start for Jairus Chris- tensen when he lost his first set 6-0 to Eduardo Ceballos, of Cle Elum-Roslyn last week. It was just a couple of weeks ago that Christensen was moved out of the num- ber one singles spot on the Timberwolf team to pair up with Spencer Ricks as the number one pair. But, when sub-district seeding was made, Christensen was third seeded and Ricks was teamed with his old partner, Ignacio Cano. Ricks and Cano were elim- inated after losing a close match to Aaron George and Adrian Young, of Naches Valley in a 6-4, 0-6, 7-5 match. Christensen rallied to defeat Ceballos 0-6, 6-2, 6-0. He lost his next match to Highland&apos;s Andy Ramos 6-2, 6-3, but earned the right to compete in the second day of the tour- nament. Christensen was defeated on Monday by Hunter Gun- derson, of Highland 6-3, 7-5, but defeated Miguel Mariscal, of Granger 8-5 to finish fifth and secure an al- ternate spot to District. The other change that was made late in the season was switching Hanna Hoffman from singles to doubles with Talia Johnson. They opened sub-district play with a strong performance, defeat- ing Cle Elum-Roslyn pair Dakota Witte and Emily Lasswell 6-0, 7-6 (7-5). They lost their second match 6-1, 6- 2, then defeated Caroline Herting and Noelle Huck, of Naches Valley 3-6, 6-2, 6-4 and advanced to Monday's final ANGELA HOFFMAN ALTERNATE: Jairus Christensen finished 2-2 at sub-district for fifth. matches. They lost to Kylee Sutton and Gianna Schmandt of Cle Elum- Roslyn 6-0, 6-1 and had a shot at fifth, but lost to La Salle's Lauren Roberts and Hannah Singco 8-4. In other first day action for Goldendale, John Hanna lost 6-4, 6-1 in second singles, as did Kylee Beam by a 6-2, 6- 0 score. First singles for girls, Kuljira Kanchana lost her first match to Sadie Carrell, of Naches Valley 6-4, 1-6, 7-6 (7-4). She lost her second match to Zuley Perez, of Cle Elum-Roslyn 6-4, 6-3. In girls doubles, Halie Allen and Faith Stelter lost 6-3, 6-0 and Sandra Ward and Ashley Isaacson lost 8-5. Ross, Wilkins, ,..gunts and Enstad shoot 5c at GCC Lowell' Erland scholars,7,) tournamen ' Golfers helped add about $1200 to the Goldendale High School senior scholarship fund by the participation in the Lowell Erland Scholar- ship tournament at the Gold- endale Golf Club. Dave Ross blasted out of the trap on number 17 for an eagle to help the winning team of Ross, Sam Wilkins, Matt Counts and Brian En- stad shoot a 59. Also shooting an eagle on the par 5 first hole was the Anderson team of Matt, Jenny, Mitch and Lucas. Matt Anderson was also winner of closest to the pin on number 4 with Mitch Anderson a double winner, closest on 13 and 18. Curtis Campbell was closest to the pin on number 9. The next tournament at Goldendale Golf Course is June 7, this time raising funds to support Goldendale Timberwolf athletics. Con- tact the Goldendale Golf Course at 773-4705 to enter. Other evants at GCC in- clude Junior Golf Day start- ing on June 23, annual Kiwa- nis tournament scheduled for June 27, the Fiesta tourna- ment July 18, Junior Golf Tourney Aug. 11 and Hol- comb's Open on Aug. 29. ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN EASY WIN: It was Brian Golding then everyone else in the hurdle events at sub-district. Above left, Jordan Brokaw also qualified for Goldendale in this race, the 110 hurdles and in the 300 hurdles. GOLDENDALE from Pe 9 and fmished solidly in fourth place, about one second be- hind Jagelski. Also turning in a PR run for District was Drew Bowdish, who lopped 10 sec- onds off his previous best to finish seventh in the 3200. Bowdish and Joseph Steele are the only Goldendale se- niors to qualify in individual events. Steele was seventh in the discus. The Goldendale boys cleaned up in the hurdle events, taking five of the eight transfer spots. Brian Golding was unchallenged in the 110 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles. Both were Golding's best times of the season. Jordan Brokaw also qualified in both races, finish- ing third in the 110 meter hur- dles and third in the 300 meter hurdles. Mykhail Lembke captured fourth in the 300 meter hurdles, running a PR 44.12. Lembke also ran a PR in the 110 meter hurdles, just missing fourth place. Goldendale has a history of good relay teams and last week's performances backed that up with boys and girls turning in season best times in the 4x100 me- ters, each finishing in sec- ond place by a fraction of a second. The girls also had a season best to win the 4x200 and was fourth in the 4x400. The boys had a season best time to place third in the 4x400. Friday's meet starts at 4 p.m. with the top four places in all events advancing to State. Others can also quali- fy if they perform better than the State standards for an event, which would take a giant improvement in PR for most qualifiers, the kind of result that would likely put them in the top four any- way. Only two Timber- wolves have PRs that are better than the standards, Golding in both hurdle events and Disch in the 100 meters. ANDREW CHRISTtANSEN BEST OF THE YEAR: Goldendale girls turned in their best times of the year in the 4x100 and 4x200 relays. Above, Sierra Clear passes to Allison Gilliam. CHECK C IIYF THE ART a00J&N Cable (Next to CARQUFT) Members of our Iocal American Legion will be out and about, distributing poppies in honor of Memorial Day. For more than 90 years, the American Legion Auxiliary has distributed the memorial poppy to remind Americans that millions sacrificed their lives and health to keep our nation free. During WWl, the poppy flourished on the battlefields of Flanders Fields among the shelled buildings and bomb-scarred landscape. 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