This year’s high school All-Around Cowgirl hails from Snohomish.
Georgia McAuliffe, a senior at Snohomish High School, was crowned the All-Around Cowgirl by the Washington State High School Rodeo Association. Riding on her horses Ellie and TeaBird, McAuliffe finished first in the standing in both girls Barrel Racing and girls Pole Bending.
McAuliffe’s accomplishments qualified her for the National High School Finals Rodeo, which takes place July 18-24 in Lincoln, Nebraska.
After graduating from Snohomish, McAuliffe is headed to Weatherford (Texas) College to compete in rodeo.
Locals headed to trap shooting youth nationals
Several locals are headed to San Antonio, Texas, to participate in the USA Youth Education in Shooting Sports National Championship, which takes place June 16-20.
Siblings Meryn Stewart, 16, and Gregory Stewart, 15, of Everett both finished first overall in their divisions in the Washington Youth Education in Shooting Sports standings. Meryn Stewart will represent Washington in the Female Senior division and Gregory Stewart will represent the state in the Junior Male division. A third Stewart sibling, 13-year-old Thomas, is an alternate for the Junior Male division.
Christina Wilson, a 15-year-old who’s also from Everett, is also competing in the Female Senior division.
Mukilteo youth wins golf championship
Tristan Kim of Mukilteo shot a two-round score of 11-over-par 155 to claim the title in the Boys 12-Under division at the Pacific Northwest Junior PGA Championships held last Saturday and Sunday at The Home Course in DuPont. Kim, who finished in a three-way tie for first, beat out Nathan Pai and Sinjin Tran via a scorecard playoff. Jairo Sanchez-Godinez of Everett finished tied for ninth at 26-over 170.
One other Snohomish County resident finished in the top 10 of a division as Lynnwood’s Dalton Dean tied for fifth in the Boys 16-18 division with a two-round score of 5-over 149.
Amputee soccer event Friday
Northwest Youth Amputee Soccer is holding an introductory clinic Friday at Arena Sports in Mill Creek for children ages 8-16 who have experienced limb loss, their family and friends, and anyone else experiencing limb loss. The goal is to re-introduce the sport to the region as a recreational opportunity. The clinic takes place from 10-11:30 a.m. and is free of charge.
Autism/disabilities baseball program seeking coach, players
The Alternative Baseball Organization, a non-profit that provides an authentic baseball experience for teens 15-over and adults with autism and other disabilities, is seeking a volunteer coach as well as players to begin a new team in the Everett area. The organization, which includes teams all along the west coast, is tentatively scheduled to begin play in the fall. For more information, visit the Alternative Baseball Organization website.
Snohomish Summer Smash returns
After the 2020 edition was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Snohomish Summer Smash tennis tournament for high school players is returning this summer. The tournament, which is scheduled for July 22-25 at Snohomish High School, is open to players who are incoming freshman through graduating seniors. The entry fee is $30 for singles and $50 for doubles or mixed doubles. For more information visit the tournament’s website.
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