Mason County News

High School Sports Report for 3/17/12

The Olympic League baseball battle of the North’s went to North Kitsap as the Vikings pounded North Mason 12 to 2 in six innings. The Bulldogs managed only four hits and were led by Jordan Young who went 2 for 3 at the plate stole a base and scored a run. Riley McKean was 1 for 3 with a double, an RBI and a run scored. The boys from Belfair dropped to 1-and-2 on the season. They play at Olympic Monday.

The Shelton boys’ soccer team lost at Stadium Friday night 7 to 1. The Highclimbers are 0-and-2 on the season and host Gig Harbor Monday.

All three track and field teams in Mason County gathered for a Jamboree at Shelton High School Friday. No specific results were available as the Shelton Highclimbers, North Mason Bulldogs, and Mary M. Knight Owls competed against each other in all events. Continue reading High School Sports Report for 3/17/12

Flood Warning for Skokomish Canceled

The flood warning for the Skokomish River has been canceled. The River has dropped below the 16.5-foot flood stage and is expected to continue to recede.

Power Restored in Lake Limerick

PUD 3 provided picture

Mason County PUD No. 3 linemen have restored power to all customers in the Lake Limerick area after an early morning outage. The outage started about 5:50 AM when a tree fell across power lines along Mason Lake Road near Emerald Lake. An estimated 1,600 customers lost power. All but 122 had their power restored about 7:30 AM when crews rerouted electricity feeds to the area. The remaining customers had their power restored at 10 AM.


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