White Salmon's Mt. Adams Elks Lodge will be the site of USA Amateur Boxing bouts this Saturday, April 23, starting at 5 p.m.
Admission is $10 at the door and seating is on a first-come, first-seated basis.
"There's no reserved seating but really there isn't a bad seat in the house," said promotor Ricky Marx of the Elks Lodge venue, which is located at 124 Church St.
Marx said the boxing card is like a "smoker," with no definite number of bouts set, though he added there could be anywhere from 10-15 fights.
For more information, contact Marx at 493-4735.
Little League baseball and softball seasons in White Salmon get underway this Saturday, April 23, with a number of games scheduled throughout the afternoon at the Aelous Field Complex on Center Street.
Official opening ceremonies, beginning at 10 a.m. on the boys majors baseball field, will precede the games
The morning program will include introductions of all 13 local teams (from T-ball and coach-pitch on up to boys and girls majors), presentation of awards to the top fundraisers and the ceremonial first pitch.
For more information, internet users can visit the White Salmon Community Youth Organization website, www.wscy.org.
Lyle HS Fundraiser:
Lyle High School's track and field team will host its annual prime-rib dinner fundraiser in the school's multipurpose room on Saturday, May 7, from 5-8 p.m.
Proceeds from the event will be used to purchase new equipment for the high school track and field program, according to assistant coach Sarah Brabender.
"Local support in the past has helped make this fundraiser very rewarding, and has always been extremely appreciated by the team, staff and the community," Brabender said.
Ticket prices for the fundraiser are $12 for adults and $6 for kids.
For more information, contact Brabender at (541) 993-8211.
Nicki Schultz of Klickitat is a starting outfielder this season for Eastern Oregon University in LaGrande.
Schultz has started and appeared in 24 of the Mountaineers' 29 games so far and helped the team compile a 22-7 win-loss record with a .424 on-base percentage and .320 batting average (16 for 50).
As of April 12, Schultz had succeeded on nine of her team-leading 10 stolen-base attempts, scored 16 runs and batted in five.
Her on-base percentage was the fifth-best on the team and her batting average was seventh. During one stretch, she put together a season-high six-game hitting streak.
Defensively, the senior left fielder--a converted shortstop--had recorded 24 putouts and three assists, and made two errors, in 29 chances.
Prep Boys Soccer:
Mark Kilpatrick scored two goals and goalkeeper Ben Chambers made 10 saves but Stevenson couldn't hold off Elma in non-league soccer action last Saturday in Elma.
The Eagles uncorked four scoring shots after the intermission, rallying from a 2-1 halftime deficit to defeat the Bulldogs, 5-2.
SW Washington District 4 will advance four entries apiece to the state 2A baseball, softball and boys soccer tournaments this spring, according to allocations recently announced by the WIAA executive committee.
In boys and girls track and field, the top-four qualifiers in each district event will advance to the state 2A meet. The district's top-three singles players and doubles teams will move on in girls tennis.
In the Class B ranks, Yakima Valley District 5 will send one team to state in baseball and two in softball.
The top-two district finishers in boys track and field events will go to state, while only the winner in girls events will qualify.
Kiona-Benton (6-0) held the top spot in a recent Class 2A poll compiled for the Washington State Coaches Association.
Rounding out the top 10, in order of ranking, were Ridgefield (4-1), East Valley-Yakima (7-2), Ephrata (4-1), Quincy (3-2), Lakewood (7-0), Woodland (5-1), Blaine (6-2), Naches Valley (4-3) and Montesano (3-1).