Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association members traveled to Victoria, B.C. last weekend to compete in the Cadborosaurus Coastal Endurance Regatta. OPRA rowers Cooper Disque, Mason Mai, Quince Chanway, and Noah Oberly crewed with coach Sean Halberg serving as coxswain.

Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association members traveled to Victoria, B.C. last weekend to compete in the Cadborosaurus Coastal Endurance Regatta. OPRA rowers Cooper Disque, Mason Mai, Quince Chanway, and Noah Oberly crewed with coach Sean Halberg serving as coxswain.

ROWING: Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association scullers victorious in Victoria regatta

Rowers return victorious from Victoria regatta

VICTORIA — Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association members hopped the MV Coho ferry last weekend to compete in the Cadborosaurus Coastal Endurance Regatta hosted by Open Aviron Coastal Rowing Association.

Cooper Disque, Mason Mai, Quince Chanway and Noah Oberly competed in the Men’s Junior Quad finishing the 5-kilometer (3.1-mile) course in 32-minutes, 33.6 seconds good for first place in their division.

Coach Sean Halberg served as coxswain on the winning scull.

Disque also competed in the Men’s Junior Single, finishing third with a time of 27:12.6.

OPRA member WendyRae Johnson raced a composite boat with Veronika Peacock of Victoria in the Women’s Open Double, earning second with a time of 35:35.7.

Full results are at https://tinyurl.com/PDN-Rowers24

For more information on OPRA activities and events, visit https://www.parowing.org.

Peninsula News

100-hole challenge

SEQUIM — The Cedars at Dungeness golf pros Chad Wagner and Garrett Smithson will close out April with the duo’s 100-hole challenge donation event on April 30.

Wagner and Smithson will tee it up this year to support the Sequim Youth Basketball program — an organization close to the pair’s hearts.

The public can make donations directly through the pro shop or via the event’s Golf Genius donation page at https://tinyurl.com/PDN-100Holes.

For more information, call the pro shop at 360-683-6344.

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