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GALLERY: Weekend in sports

by IAN BIVONA
Sports Reporter | June 28, 2022 1:00 AM

COLUMBIA BASIN - This weekend saw many sporting events take to the Basin, from golf tournaments to cutting and more. Check out some photos from this weekend’s events.

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Basin golfers raised nearly $12,000 for Kid’s Hope, with the funds going towards being able to supply children with resiliency kits.

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The Pride Color Run featured rainbow-themed stations around Moses Lake, including a rainbow balloon arch finishing line.

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Color stations along the two-mile route had flags, bubbles and more to entertain participants during the run.

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Cutters gathered at the Grant County Fairgrounds this weekend for the NCHA Weekend.

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Riders enter a group of cattle before selecting a cow for their run, where they try to keep the cow from reentering its herd.

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The WCHA hosted an NCHA Weekend event, where cutters from the Western US and Canada made their way to Moses Lake for a circuit competition.

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The inaugural Please Hit Straight golf tournament was hosted at The Legacy Golf Course in Othello, raising money for an upcoming wrestling camp.

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Warden wrestling coaches applaud for those who participated in the tournament.

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Winners of the inaugural tournament were awarded with wrestling belts bearing the tournament’s name.

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The tournament saw 72 golfers raise an upwards of $4,000, according to Warden assistant wrestling coach Alan Martinez.

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