Local Sports: Athlete of the Week; Central Coast Invitational

April 24, 2012 10:25 pm Athlete of the Week, News, Sports

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Siuslaw High School has one of the best track and field facilities on the coast and coach Chris Johnson says this Friday afternoon it will feature nearly a dozen of the top programs in the region.

Chris Johnson – “There’s 11 teams coming in and, actually we’re pretty excited.  It should be pretty competitive and fun to watch.”

The Central Coast Invitational not only draws plenty of competitors, it also requires a lot of extra hands to help keep the meet running smooth.

Chris Johnson – “There’s lots of things that are fun, and you can kind of get right in the middle of things and there’s a lot of other things that you don’t have to, maybe a little less pressure.  We do do ribbons and medals for this meet so we have to have people who, you know, help put ribbons and medals in packets and help put results up on the wall and you know, raking, all kinds of stuff.  So if anyone’s interested in helping you can find my email on the school’s website, send me an email and we’ll get you set up.”

Of course, you don’t have to volunteer to watch the action… there is plenty of grand stand space at Hans Peterson Field.

Siuslaw High School has one of the best track and field facilities on the coast and coach Chris Johnson says this Friday afternoon it will feature nearly a dozen of the top programs in the region.

217 – “There’s 11 teams coming in and, actually we’re pretty excited.  It should be pretty competitive and fun to watch.”

 

The Central Coast Invitational not only draws plenty of competitors, it also requires a lot of extra hands to help keep the meet running smooth.

218 – “There’s lots of things that are fun, and you can kind of get right in the middle of things and there’s a lot of other things that you don’t have to, maybe a little less pressure.  We do do ribbons and medals for this meet so we have to have people who, you know, help put ribbons and medals in packets and help put results up on the wall and you know, raking, all kinds of stuff.  So if anyone’s interested in helping you can find my email on the school’s website, send me an email and we’ll get you set up.”

Of course, you don’t have to volunteer to watch the action… there is plenty of grand stand space at Hans Peterson Field.

Athlete of the Week

Viking softball standout Breanna Knapp is Coast Radio Sports’ Athlete of the week.  She picked up three wins on the mound last week, facing 79 batters while allowing only ten runs and 13 hits while striking out six.  Knapp also helped herself offensively in one game, going two-for-three at the plate with one RBI and a double.

Honorable mention goes to outfielder Lona Dengler who was four-for-five at the plate in two softball games with one RBI and four runs scored.e Week
Viking softball standout Breanna Knapp is Coast Radio Sports’ Athlete of the week.  She picked up three wins on the mound last week, facing 79 batters while allowing only ten runs and 13 hits while striking out six.  Knapp also helped herself offensively in one game, going two-for-three at the plate with one RBI and a double.

 

Honorable mention goes to outfielder Lona Dengler who was four-for-five at the plate in two games with one RBI and four runs scored.

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