Ski to Sea officials need to recruit more than 600 volunteers for the Ski to Sea race, which will take place on Sunday, May 25.
Ski to Sea is using a new online system, VolunteerSpot.com, to organize volunteers for this year's race.
Volunteers will be able to see the specific dates and times for when and where help is needed.
Individuals interested in volunteering can visit www.skitosea.com, click the Volunteer tab and then sign up using the VolunteerSpot button.
For questions or more information, contact Kellie Zulauf at Volunteer@SkiToSea.com or at 360-746-8861.
the volunteer areas, before and after the race, include assistance with distributing marketing material, preparing racer packets, assistance with equipment, help at each race leg, and take down.
All volunteers will receive an official 2014 Ski to Sea T-shirt and lunch for their participation. In addition there will be a Volunteer Appreciation Barbecue a week before the race. The first 100 volunteers to show up receive a free Ski to Sea 2014 beer glass.
STEAMERS EARN WIN IN OLYMPIA
The Chuckanut Bay Steamers U-19 rugby team came away with a win over Budd Bay on Saturday March 9, in Olympia.
Chuckanut took a 14-0 lead, only to have Budd Bay rally for a 17-14 lead early in the second half. The Steamers scored four more trys to Budd Bays two trys to win by a final score of 36-27.
Cameron Scrimgeour, a first year player from Arlington High School, and Anthony Fleck from Ferndale both had two trys. Robert Hardin, also from Ferndale, and Kenny Williams from Squalicum had one try each. Jonny Reid from Sehome had three conversions for six points.
Chuckanut will be at home Saturday March 15, playing Eastside from Bellevue. The games will start at 10:30 a.m. for the U-15s, 11:45 a.m. for the U-17s and 1:00 p.m. for the U-19s. The Chuckanut men will follow with a game against ORSU from Portland Oregon at 2:30 p.m.
SULLIVAN PERFORMS WELL AT INDOOR TRACK EVENT
Zanna Sullivan, running for Whatcom Tesseract, picked up two All-American medals, one for second and one for third, at The USATF National Youth Indoor Track Championships in Landover, Md.
On Saturday, Sullivan placed third in the girls' 15-16 3,000 meter run in a time of 11 minutes, .22 seconds at Prince George's County Sports and Learning Complex.
Less than 24 hours later she placed second in the 1,500 meter run in 5:02.92. The season will conclude with The New Balance Nationals Indoor High School Championship on Friday through Sunday, March 14-16, in New York City.
LOEWEN ACES HOLE AT BGCC
Romy Loewen hit a hole in one Sunday, March 9, at Bellingham Golf & Country Club.
Loewen used an 8-iron to ace the 110-yard, par 3 No. 13 hole.
WSWA - Ferndale Force Results for North County Grapplers
Pee Wee 51-54
Kingston Fogarty places 3rd after going 0-2.
Pee Wee 56-60
Andrew Dugger places 1st and scored 1.00 team points after going 2-0 with two pins.
Evan Bravo’s place is 4th after going 2-2 with two byes.
Daniel Zarate Jr.’s place is unknown after 2-2.
Jackson Bennett places 3rd and scored 1.00 team points after going 2-1 with a bye.
Braden Leyba places 3rd after going 1-2.
Jacob Franson’s place is 4th after going 0-3.
Collin Averill’s place is unknown after going 0-2 with a bye.
Evan Sorensen’s place is unknown after going 0-2 with a bye.
Connor Bruland placed 1st and scored 2.00 team points after going 3-0 with two pins.
Cameron Ledet placed 3rd after going 1-2.
Daeln Tells placed 4th after going 0-3.
Gabriel Diersing placed 3rd and scored 0.00 team points after going 1-2.
Tyler Weed placed 2nd and scored 2.00 team points after going 3-1.
Adam Dugger placed 5th after going 1-3.
Hunter Morgan placed 4th after going 1-3.
Luke Sorensen placed 3rd after going 1-2.
Landon Bruland placed 4th after going 0-3.
Christian Averill placed 3rd after going 0-2
Giovanni Steltzer placed 1st and scored 2.00 team points after going 2-0.
Cooper Clawson placed 2nd and scored1.00 team points after going 1-1.
Delaney Cop placed 3rd after going 0-2.
Female (Cadet) 124
Delaney Cop placed 2nd after going 0-2.