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B2 June 9, 2011 VALLEY PORTS N Y l VALLf POS]: REGISTER SPORTS IN BRIEF Annual Mora tourney set for late June The 22nd Annual Tony Mora Sr. Softball Toumament is slated" for June 25-26 in Quincy. The family-run tournament will have 16 teams with four games guaranteed. It is a round-robin format. For team registration or for more information, contact Tony Mora, Jr. at 750-1970. "Fun in the Sun" We have the Sage, we have the Sun, come watch the parade and have some fun. Ephrata Raceway Park is hosting a"Fun in the Sun" event at the racetrack from noon to 4 pm. There will be a car parade, car show, Vintage Sprints Golden Wheels dating back to the '40s and '60s will be on on hand as well as ICAR Late Models. We will have kids bouncy games, cot- ton candy, our concessions will be open and serving our awesome fish n' chips and more. Everyone is welcome, come on up, picnic, enjoy the parade of cars and talk to the racers and have "Fun in the Sun)' Cost for the parade and games is free. Sponsored by: Meulman Farms, Hill's Auto Repair, Los Parr Real Estate and Ephrata Raceway Park If you would like to par- ticipate in the "Fun in the Sun" activities (parade and/or car show) contact Mike at 509- 760-8777. File photo The Tony Mora Sr. Memo- rial Softball Tournament has a home run contest every year. Senior Grad Photos 4x6 prints $3/each Available at the Quincy Valley P0st-Register. 840 F ST SW More sizes available at GOLF NEWS Colockum Ridge Women Gameofthe day- Best Nineless 1/2handicap - F1: Jan Hagenston. F2: Wilma DeLeeuw. Low gross-F1: Hagenston 84. F2: DeLeeuw. Low net- F 1; Cathy Jones 69. F2: Roe Olsen & Judy Oldfather 73. Long drive-Fh Hagenston. F2: Oldfather. Long putt: DeLeeuw 13-2.6. KP #5 (2nd shot): DeLeeuw 4-11.6. Fewest putts: DeLeeuw & Hagenston. Hidden Hole: Hagen- ston. Birdies: Hagesnton #12, Bev McDonald #14. Chip-ins: Hagensotn #12, Olsen #1. Crescent Bar Men The Club held its first Guest Weekend on June 3-5. Each member could invite a non-club guest in participating in the three day event. On Friday there w as a horse race. First place was the two man team of Jerry Hoene and Evan Stewart, second place was the team of Phil Richter and Doug Carl, and third was the team of Don Riche and Dave Runstrom. On the front 9 Saturday, the teams played one ball alternating shots thru the hole, and then added it to the back 9 competition of team net best ball. On the front 9 Sunday, the teams played the front 9 game of team net best ball, and then added it to the back 9 game score where both teammates played their own ball and added the net scores of both team member together for a team score. The winners were the lowest scores for both days. D 1: 1. Chuck Muller and Phil Richter, 161.5; 2, George Phelps and Chuck Motzkus, 163.25; Gordon Lennon and Dan Rundstrum, 163.50; 4, JimRobinson and Tedrich, 166. D2: 1. Orlan Wood and Steve Paretti, 164.75; 2, Tom Harris and Dick Campbell, 165.25; 3, Dean and Tony Etzhorn, 169.5; 4, John Kiehl and John Pavel, 173. Saturday KP- #3/12: Mutzkus 6-2. #5/14: Ryan Harris 3-0. Sunday KP - #3/12: Richter 1-6. #5/14: Robinson 3-0. Saturday accurate drive: Wood 12 inches. Sunday accurate drive: Kiehl at 12 inches. Saturday long putt: Vic Bonin 32-4. Sunday long putt: Harris 29-4. Crescent Bar Ladies Game of the day - LOw putts - DI" Eileen Hoene 33. D2: Jean Wood 33. Monthly Medal - DI: Jan Harris. D2: Mar- garet Linder. Low gross - Dh Hoene 107. D2: Lyn Mur- ray 125. Low net -DI: Marion Lucas 78. D2: Murray 73. KP #5: Murray 15-3.6. Chip-ins: Hoene #10. Wood #12/13. Colockum Ridge Couples The first Colockum Ridge Couple's Golf Social had 44 golfers on Sunday. Following the competition there was a barbecue dinner and prizes were then given out. The next social will be June 26 at 4 pm. Please call or sign up at the Pro-Shop, 787-6206. All are welcome. It will be a mixed team format. The winners of the 9 hole, 4-person scramble: T1. Gary Parmenter, Dorothy Parmenter, Vaughn Vordahl and Bonita Vordahl & Forrest Young, Missy Pickett, Chuck Thibert and Ellie Thibert, 36. T3, Tom Jones, Cathy Jones, Tom Beakley and Linda Beakley & Gary Oldfather, Judy Oldfather, Bob Golphenee and Lou Ann Gol- phenee, 37. Operating Hours Monday - Friday 1:00 - 8:30 pm* I Saturday/Sunday I :oo - 6:00 pm *Slides: 1:00 - 8:30 pm I Big Pool: 1:00 - 5:00 & 6:30 - 8:30 pm Swimming Lessons and Swim Exercise Times TBA SPONSORS 180' Water SUde - Mushroom/Umbrella Toy - Shaded Picnic Area BBQ - Large Group Grass Area - Water/Grass Volleyball ~ Swing Set Water Basketball ~ 6 Lane 25 yrd Lap Pool ~ Concession Stand "We have sun, we have sage, we'll have alot of fun, along with a PARADE!l/! o'0000OA,lan d Inland 0il prese,ts leAR Late Models Vintage Sprints Golden Wheel RACE sPON S BY FREE FUN Noon-4 we'll have a PARADE. Jump Around Inflatable Games. Cotton Candy. Car Show & More/ Gatu Open at4:30 m RACING AT 7 em For more info: 509-398- 7110 or www. ephrataracewaypark, corn & Prizes,  DJ 00,AHHU00 SATURDAY 1 lth, 2011 8 am- Dusk Boys & Girls Divisions Grades 3-1 2 18 - Open & Adult Divisions DorrOWN QNC, WA To benefit: DRU GIMLIN FOUNDATION Register by June 9, 2011 y.2i'oOt M/croso" om/ QuineyYalley Post-Register 7he Gillespie Eye Care Ma]aNILVal MoP.mS LarsonAlleff  Windei-mere ......... ../or gasket " pHASIE a Co(s  Tebin 1e,tri, Suncrest Alpacas Chefs HONDA "=" Farmer Bean Co.   NEw HOLLAND .,:=::me. aU,Nc," FOODS. UC GATES '-//a D;z ,mu For More Information Contact* Quincy Valley Chamber 0fCommerce (509) 787.2140