Coastal razor clam digs take place this weekend at Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis and Mocrocks beaches. Digging will be allowed during...
Coastal razor clam digs take place this weekend at Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis and Mocrocks beaches.
Digging will be allowed during morning tides only and all beaches will be closed after noon each day.
Low tide Saturday is minus-0.3 feet at 7:39 a.m.; Sunday is -0.4 at 9:28 a.m.
Best digging should occur about two hours before low tide for best results.
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More digs are tentatively scheduled for March 24 at Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis and Mocrocks; March 25 at Long Beach, Twin Harbors and Mocrocks; April 7-8 at Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks and Kalaloch; and April 9 at Long Beach, Twin Harbors and Kalaloch.
The Northwest University Eagles will face defending national champion Cornerstone (Mich.) in the NAIA Division II men’s basketball tournament Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. Pacific time in Point Lookout, Mo.
Cornerstone is trying to become the first unseeded program in the 21-year history to win the tournament. Cornerstone took home its second overall title (it also won in 1999) last year and became the first No. 3 seed to win it all since 1996.
“We’re excited to play tomorrow and ready to get things started,” Eagles coach John Van Dyke said. “It’s just reward for all of the players to be able to attend the tournament and represent our conference and our university. They’ve invested a great deal of time into this season.”
SooBin Kim tied for sixth at 6-over 222 and Kelli Bowers was 11th at 8-over 224 to lead the Washington women to a fourth-place finish in the Juli Inkster Spartan Invite at Almaden Golf and Country Club in San Jose, Calif. The 12th-ranked Huskies entered the tournament as the top-seeded team but finished at 43-over 907. California repeated as champion at 15-over 879.
Gonzaga was ninth at 82-over 946 as Alice Kim tied for 12th at 11-over 227.
• The Washington State men’s golf team placed second in the Fresno State Lexus Classic.
In Cougars finished the final round with a team score of 16-over-par 376, putting them at a 13-over 1,093.
Oregon State won the tournament with a 7-over 1,087.
Trent Sanders and Michael Anderson shared top Cougars honors, coming in tied for 10th, both carding a 1-over 217.
• Nick Varelia placed third and teammate Dylan Goodwin tied for seventh as nationally ranked Western Washington finished fourth at the Cal State East Bay Pioneer Shootout at the Hiddenbrooke Golf Club in Vallejo. The Vikings shot 313 for a 54-hole total of 919.
Seattle University strung three hits together to pull out a 4-3 victory in 10 innings over Saint Joseph’s at Bannerwood Stadium.
Eric Koenig led off the bottom of the 10th inning with his first collegiate hit, and Marcelino Morales followed with a bunt single. Trent Oleszczuk sacrificed the runners with a bunt and Brian Olson ended the game with a single to left-center field that brought in Koenig with the winning run.
Compiled from sports-information reports.