Cascade Crush qualify for national tournament

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDMay 26, 2014 

The Cascade Crush 11u baseball team defeated Yeti Baseball of Gig Harbor 7-2 to win the May Mayhem World Series Qualifying Tournament on May 18, in Puyallup.

With the tournament win, the Crush qualified for the 2014 USSSA World Series this July in Kissimmee, Fla.

Cascade outscored their opponents 36-14 in the May Mayhem tournament.

GRAND SLAM BASEBALL CAMP

The Grand Slam Baseball camp will hold three age-specific sessions of the camp beginning June 18, at Sehome High School.

The first session runs from June 18-20 and is for children ages 7-10. The second session is for 11- to 12-year-olds and runs from June 30-July 2. The third session is for baseball players ages 13-16 and runs from July 7-9.

Cost for each session is $105. Athletes are asked to provide their own baseball shoes, glove, lunch and baseball-appropriate clothes. Catchers may provide their own gear and bats are optional for all campers.

To register, call 360-778-7000 or visit www.cob.org/ezreg.

2 SECOND-PLACE FINISHES FOR WHATCOM ROWING ASSOCIATION

The Whatcom Rowing Association had two second-place finishers at the NW Junior Regionals from May 17-18, on Vancouver Lake in Vancouver, Wash.

The Mens 5 JV 4+ earned a time of 7:54 to finish second in their race. Squalicum students Thomas newman, Harrison Holmes and Derek Smith, along with Bellingham students Garth Bates and Ian Roth manned the boat.

The Womens 4 Varsity 4 also took second with a time of 8:10 at the event. Their boat was made up of Bellingham's Mallory Langen, Susie Bennett, Emma Bennett, Danielle Cummins and Sehome's Maddi Cummins.

COSTON TIES FOR 15TH AT WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL OPEN

Jeff Coston, representing Semiahmoo Golf and Country Club shot an even par to tie for 15th at the Washington Invitational Open on Wednesday, May 21, at Meridian Valley Country Club in Kent.

Coston shot 71 in the first and third rounds, and a 74 in the second round for a total of 216.

John Cassidy won the event by one shot at 8-under par.

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