The North Olympic 11U Cal Ripken team, playing in only its second tournament, went 4-0 in pool play this weekend at the North Washington State Tournament in Eastmont, going to the tournament’s championship game, which they lost to Whatcom. The team is, back row, from left, Jason Gooding, Manager Joe Politika, coach Wes Beeman and coach Sean Worthington. Middle row, from left, are Luke Flodstrom, Cole Johnson, Colton Romero, Rylan Politika, Cole Beeman, Brady Rudd and Josiah Gooding. Front row, from left, are Alex Angevine, Austin Worthington, Dereck Stadmeyer, Nathan Basden, Jordan Shumway and Hunter Stratford.

The North Olympic 11U Cal Ripken team, playing in only its second tournament, went 4-0 in pool play this weekend at the North Washington State Tournament in Eastmont, going to the tournament’s championship game, which they lost to Whatcom. The team is, back row, from left, Jason Gooding, Manager Joe Politika, coach Wes Beeman and coach Sean Worthington. Middle row, from left, are Luke Flodstrom, Cole Johnson, Colton Romero, Rylan Politika, Cole Beeman, Brady Rudd and Josiah Gooding. Front row, from left, are Alex Angevine, Austin Worthington, Dereck Stadmeyer, Nathan Basden, Jordan Shumway and Hunter Stratford.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: PC summer camp will run July 9-13

PC summer camp will run July 9-13

PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula College Summer Basketball Camp will be held from July 9 to 13 at the Peninsula College gym.

The camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon each day. Cost is $90 and campers are expected to bring their own ball, athletic attire and water bottles.

The goal of the camp is to put “fun” back into fundamentals with the goal to create a safe learning environment teaching kids good habits both off and on the basketball court. The camp will focus on ball-handling, passing, shooting, defense and other basketball concepts.

To get more information, call Alison Crumb at (360)-461-9230 or email at [email protected] To purchase tickets, go to portangelesboysbasketball.siplay.com/site.

Vets at Lefties

PORT ANGELES — The Coast Guard Cutter Active and the Port Angeles Lefties are inviting Vietnam veterans and Gold Star spouses to be thanked and honored for their sacrifices and service before the Lefties game on Saturday.

Gates will be open for guests at 5:30 p.m. with the ceremony beginning at 6 p.m. at Civic Field in Port Angeles. The ceremony will be officiated by Commander Jennifer Runion, Executive Officer, CGC Active.

Veterans and their spouses will also be given complementary tickets to the Lefties game against Yakima that begins at 6:35 p.m.

Lefties crush Cowlitz

LONGVIEW — The Lefties crushed the Cowlitz Black Bears Sunday night on the road 16-3 to finish the first half of the West Coast League season at 12-15. No box score information was available before press deadline.

The Lefties returned home Monday to play the Kelowna Falcons to begin the second half of the WCL season. The Lefties play the Falcons again at 6:35 p.m. today.

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