Brodin raking in Long Island; Hazelrigg III pleads not guilty

Wednesday news and notes (updated throughout the day)


Joash Brodin

North Thurston grad Joash Brodin is once again red hot for the independent Long Island Ducks. He is 10-for-23 with six runs scored and two RBIs in August. He leads the league in runs scored (76), hits (126), is third in batting average (.322) and fifth in on base percentage (.386). – Link


The Olympian reports on former Olympia High School star football player Thomas R. Hazelrigg III, who recently pleaded not guilty to tax evasion and Social Security fraud charges. – Link


Also from The Olympian, a feature on another North Thurston alum, Eddie Smith, who is the new baseball coach at Lower Columbia College. – Link


Tumwater grad Matt Johnson is out indefinitely with a stress reaction. Johnson missed all of last season for the Dallas Cowboys because of hamstring problems and was hurt in the first preseason game on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. He will miss Friday’s game against Oakland. – Link


Our friend Emmett O’Connell takes a look at the Olympia Olys soccer team and the history of semi-pro soccer in the Olympia area on his blog Olympia Time. – Link

Posted on August 7, 2013, in Alumni, Baseball, Football, North Thurston HS, Olympia HS, Tumwater HS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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