Local report: Ditter named Selah grid coach

March 30, 2012 by  

YAKIMA, Wash. — After two seasons as defensive coordinator, Scott Ditter is taking the reins of the Selah High football team.

Ditter takes over for Jeff Jamieson, who stepped down after 12 seasons as the Vikings head coach to spend more time with his family.

Prior to guiding Selah’s defense, Ditter was head coach at West Valley for three seasons, compiling a 5-25 record.


Gunter bowls a 300

Mark Gunter bowled a 300 last week at Nob Hill Bowling Center.

Gunter’s accomplishment came during play in the Motor league.

His name was incorrect in the bowling results in Scoreboard on Page 2C of Thursday’s edition.


QBs to convene on Monday

The Yakima Monday Morning Quarterback Club will hold its monthly luncheon on Monday at 11:30 a.m. at the Clarion Hotel, 1507 North First Street. Lunch service will be available, and the public is invited.


Brothers gets 3rd ace in a year

Merle Brothers had his third hole in one in the last year when he aced the 144-yard eighth hole at the Yakima Elks. He used a 28-degree hybrid club for the shot.

Paul Sugden, Ron Donaldson and Jack Lovell witnessed the shot.

Cline aces AT’s 13th again

Suffice it say, Jim Cline has figured out Apple Tree Golf Course’s 13th hole.

The Yakima golfer has record four career holes in one, and three of them have been on Apple Tree’s 127-yard 13th hole. The latest one came during a round Wednesday, when he used a 7-iron to hole out. Pete Pitzer and Kirk Galloway witnessed the shot.

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