Prep Highlights: Union boys golf closes in on title

first_img The Union boys golf team moved within one step of wrapping up the 4A Greater St. Helens League title outright.The Titans clinched a tie for the title by beating Camas 165-178 on Monday at Camas Meadows. Union can win the title outright if it beats Skyview on Thursday.Owen Huntington of Camas shot the day’s low round, a 1-under 35.But Union had three golfers shoot 40 or better — Seth Finnie (39), Chase Williams (40) and James Hu (40).Union will aim for its ninth consecutive team title at the district tournament Oct. 8-9 at Tri Mountain Golf Course. By Columbian staff Share: Prep Highlights: Union boys golf closes in on title Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Published: September 24, 2018, 10:35pm center_img Share: GO Stars of the day• Graham Moody, Mountain View boys golf, shot an even-par 34 at Fairway Village for medalist honors as the Thunder beat Prairie.• Cade Bringhurst, Ridgefield boys golf, shot an even-par 34 at Orchard Hills for medalist honors as the Spudders beat Washougal. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.last_img read more

Pakistan and Sri Lanka discuss expanding bilateral ties

The Sri Lankan Envoy on the occasion also mentioned about the recent visit of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to Sri Lanka which ushered new era of cooperation. Minister Dar said that Pakistan was keen to follow the goal of increasing bilateral trade volume with Sri Lanka and that both countries could jointly work to achieve this objective. (Colombo Gazette) He was accompanied by Ms Wijayanthi Edirisinghe, Minister and Head of Chancery of the High Commission of Sri Lanka. Jayanath Lokuketagodage said he was pleased to assume responsibilities as High Commissioner to Pakistan. Pakistan and Sri Lanka have had talks on expanding the bilateral relationship between both countries.The Sri Lankan High Commissioner to Pakistan Major General (rted) Jayanath Lokuketagodage called on Pakistan’s Finance Minister Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar in Islamabad and discussed matters pertaining to bilateral cooperation, the Pakistan Observer reported. The Pakistan Finance Minister, while welcoming the Sri Lankan High Commissioner, said that all possible support would be extended to him for fortifying Pak-Sri Lanka ties in different fields particularly in economic sphere.The Minister referred to his meetings with his Sri Lankan counterpart recently in Beijing and Davos and added they shared views on advancement of bilateral economic cooperation. He said Sri Lanka strongly desired to expand its economic cooperation with countries in the region, especially Pakistan and it would be his endeavor to further build up Pak-Sri Lanka contacts. read more