SPORTS: Quilcene girls basketball blasts Rainier Christian; other prep reports
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QUILCENE — Sammy Rae and Megan Weller combined for 21 point to spark the Quilcene girls basketball team to a Sea-Tac League victory over the Rainier Christian Mustangs on Tuesday night.
The Rangers beat the Mustangs 39-20.
Rae also grabbed 14 rebounds while Weller collected six boards.
Allison Jones had six points with Andrea Lara, Bailey Kieffer and Jerrica Viloria each added four points for Quilcene.
Eighth grader Katie Bailey played well inside with seven rebounds from the post.
The Rangers are now 2-1 in league and 3-3 overall.
Their next game tonight at home against Northwest Yeshiva.
Eatonville 62, Chimacum 21
CHIMACUM — The Cowboys struggled against one of the top Nisqually League teams Tuesday night.
“Eatonville looks to be the class of the league with Cascade this year,” Chimacum coach Trevor Huntingford said.
“I was pleased with our defense in the first half and I can still see some marked improvement there.
“Offensively we still need to work on getting in our offenses earlier and making better decisions with the ball, but tonight Eatonville is just a darn good team that took it to us.
“From top to bottom Eatonville is well coached and very disciplined.”
Lauren Thacker led the Cowboys with nine points while Hailee Johnson and Kiersten Snyder scored five each.
Audrey Thacker added two points while Baily Castillo, Mallori Cossell and Justina Sutherland also played in the game.
Cydney Nelson didn’t play in the game because she was participating in the Running Start program.
Neah Bay 62,
Sequim JV 24
SEQUIM — Four players scored in double figures as the Red Devils opened their season in style.
Cierra Moss led all scorers with 16 points. Haily Greene scored 14, Kaela Tyler had 12 and Faye Chartraw contributed 10.
Sequim JV was paced by Kylee Salazar and Kathrenne Landoni, who both scored six points for the Wolves.
Neah Bay 62, Sequim JV 24
Neah Bay 16 17 18 11— 62
Sequim JV 4 6 10 4— 24
Neah Bay (62)
Haily Greene 14, Tyler 12, Holly Greene 2, Murner 8, Moss 16, Chartraw 10.
Sequim JV (24)
Miller 2, Montelius 4, Villella 2, Roberts 2, Salazar 6, Landoni 6, Bryan 2.
Neah Bay 74,
Sequim JV 52
SEQUIM — The Red Devils opened with a convincing win after having their season delayed because many of the players were participating in Neah Bay’s run to the 1B football state championship game.
Ryan Moss led Neah Bay with 22 points and shot 5 for 11 from 3-point range.
Leyton Doherty scored 21 points for the Red Devils and had seven steals.
Abraham Venske, the only other Neah Bay player in double figures, finished with 13 points.
Vance Willis and Austin Brock both scored 15 points from the Wolves, and Josh McConnauhey had 10 points.
Neah Bay 74, Sequim JV 52
Neah Bay 18 16 22 18— 74
Sequim JV 10 16 16 10— 52
Neah Bay (74)
McGee 2, Halttunen 2, Venske 13, Greene 4, Claplanhoo 2, Doherty 21, Moss 22, Buttram 4, Royster 4.
Sequim JV (52)
Francis 6, Willis 15, Rutherford 4, Brock 15, Cibene 2, McConnauhey 10.
Port Angeles 52,
North Kitsap 27
POULSBO — The Roughriders opened the Olympic League wrestling season by coming from behind to beat the undermanned Vikings.
North Kitsap gave up six forfeits in the dual meet.
The Vikings jumped out to a quick 18-6 lead but the Riders scored 24 straight points with two pins and two forfeits to take a 30-18 lead and never looked back.
Matthew Robbins started the Port Angeles rally by pinning Augie Piehl in 1:13 at 170 pounds.
Senior Brian Cristion continued his hot start by pinning Tanner Stracener in 19 seconds at 182 pounds.
Ozzy Swagerty also had a key victory for the Riders as he earned a major decision, 9-1, against Nikitta Weston at 126 pounds.
Taking forfeits for the Riders were Brandyn Fouts at 145, Eric Wahl at 195, Roberto Coronel at 220, Tyler Gale at 106, Brady Anderson at 113 and Josh Basden at 120.
Losing a one-point decision for the Riders was Michael Myers at 285.
Brendan Best nipped Myers 3-2.
Port Townsend 18
SILVERDALE — The 2A Trojans overwhelmed the 1A Redskins in Olympic League action Tuesday night.
Port Townsend earned two pins and a forfeit in the competition.
Dillon Ralls of Port Townsend pinned Jeremy Wojeck in 5 seconds at 145 pounds and teammate Shae Shoop pinned Dylan Nichols in 1:34 at 106 pounds.
Port Townsend’s Charity Jesionowski took a forfeit at 120.
Port Angeles 91, North Kitsap 88
PORT ANGELES — Avery Koehler and John Macias were double winners for the Roughriders in the Olympic League dual meet Tuesday.
The Roughriders qualified five more individual swims for West Central District competition.
Headed to districts are Koehler, who captured first in the 200-yard individual medley in 2:17.80; Jay Liang, who took second in the 200 I.M. in 2:18.87 and first in the 100 breaststroke in 1:12.16; and Macias, first in the 100 freestyle in 54.15 seconds, and first in the 100 backstroke in 1:01.08.
Koehler captured wins in the 200 I.M. and 100 fly, a tie, while Macias was first in the 100 free and 100 back.
Port Angeles placed first in seven of the 12 events and outscored the Vikings in four of the 12 events.
The next Port Angeles meet is home against Bremerton today with a 3:30 p.m. start time.
Sequim 91, Bremerton 91
SEQUIM — The Wolves settled for a rare Olympic League tie with the Knights on Tuesday.
“We had some strong swims,” Sequim coach Linda Moats said.
“We swam well, although our team was smaller than usual due to the persistent viruses going around.
“We hope to have most of our swimmers and divers back [for today’s meet at home against North Kitsap].”
Highlights of the Bremerton meet include David Vollenweider improving by 1 second and Eric Prosser improving by 6 seconds and qualifying for districts in the 200-yard individual medley; and Yago DePazos improving by 3 seconds and Brandon Grow improving by 2 seconds in the 50 freestyle.
Other highlights include Markus Petersen improving by 1 second in the 100 butterfly, Matt Cays improving y 2.5 seconds in the 100 free.
In addition, Petersen improved by 23 seconds in the 500 free.
“Petersen was very excited and is looking forward to the next opportunity he has to swim this event,” Moats said.
Kiano Stoppani improved by 2 seconds in the 100 backstroke while Prosser improved by eight points in diving.
In an earlier meet, the medley relay team qualified for districts and Prosser also qualified for districts in the 500 free at the same meet.
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