SPORTS: Sequim boys blast North Mason 67-46; other prep reports

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SEQUIM — Seniors Gabe Carter and Jayson Brocklesby combined for 41 points as Sequim’s boys basketball team beat North Mason 67-46 to stay in a tie for first in the Olympic League.

Carter ripped the nets for 22 points and hauled down a team-high seven rebounds as the Wolves and Olympic Trojans stay on top of the standings at 10-1 each (12-3 apiece overall) after Tuesday night’s action.

Olympic beat Kingston 56-37 to keep pace with Sequim.

North Mason (1-11, 2-13) didn’t play like a cellar-dwelling team, trailing only 29-28 at halftime.

“North Mason played very well in the first half,” Sequim coach Greg Glasser said. “They shot the ball well.”

But the Wolves came out after intermission, outscoring the Bulldogs 21-7 in the third quarter and putting distance between the teams.

“We turned it around in the second half,” Glasser said. “Our kids came out and played really hard.”

Brocklesby swished in 19 points while Andrew Shimer added eight.

Brocklesby also had three blocked shots and three assists while Carter had a team-high four steals and Anthony Pinza dished out five assists.

The Wolves next play at Klahowya (4-8, 5-10) on Friday night.



Sequim 67, North Mason 46

North Mason 10 18 7 11— 46

Sequim 16 13 21 17— 67

Individual scoring

North Mason (46)

McKean 12, Price 8, D. Burrgraaf 7, Allen 9, Duckworth 3, Daley 4, Davenport 3.

Sequim (67)

Carter 22, Brocklesby 19, Shimer 8, Barry 7, Pinza 2, Kallappa 2, Posadas 3, Christensen 4.

Port Townsend 49, Klahowya 41

PORT TOWNSEND — The Redskins held off a late charge by the Eagles in the fourth quarter to win its third Olympic League game of the season Tuesday night.

Brian LeMaster sparked the Redskins with 16 points as they improve to 3-9 in league and 6-10 overall.

Klahowya, led by Josh Ganowski’s game-high 23 points, fell to 4-8, 5-10 with the loss.

Ganowski scored 11 points in the final period before fouling out as the Eagles got to within three points of the Redskins, 44-41.

But Port Townsend scored the final five points in the game to pull away.

The Redskins had balanced scoring behind LeMaster as Cody Russell and Paul Spaltenstein dropped in eight points each and Jacob King added seven.

Port Townsend next plays at North Kitsap (6-4, 7-7) on Friday night.



Port Townsend 49,
Klahowya 41

Klahowya 11 11 6 13— 41

Port Townsend 12 15 10 12— 49

Individual scoring

Klahowya (41)

Ganowski 23, Ward 7, Vallejo 1, Fagan 5, Roberts 3, Knuckey 2.

Port Townsend (49)

LeMaster 16, Russell 8, Spaltenstein 8, King 7, O’Brien 6, Dwyer 3, Charlton 1.

Forks 54,
Rainier 38

FORKS — Braden Decker led everyone with 21 points to spark the Spartans to the SWL-Evergreen Division win Tuesday night.

Mark Jacobson added 10 points to help Forks improve to 7-3, 13-5, on its march toward the District 4 1A tournament.

“We have two huge road games next, and then onto districts,” Forks coach Rick Gooding said.

Decker scored 15 of his game-high 21 points in the first half.

“Braden carried the scoring load in the first half while Jacobson did a good job inside.”

Rainier hanged around in the first half, trailing just 29-21 at intermission.

But an 11-2 blowout in the third period gave the Spartans some breathing room.

“The third quarter was huge for us,” Gooding said. “We were up by 17 going into the fourth quarter.”

It was the Spartans’ final home game of the year as the senior players were honored.

“The seniors stepped up for us,” Gooding said. “All seniors played and they all contributed.”

The Spartans next play at league power Montesano on Friday night.



Forks 54, Rainier 38

Rainier 11 10 2 15— 38

Forks 13 16 11 14— 54

Individual scoring

Rainier (38)

Froendling 12, Shaw 10, Dragt 4, Bell 6, Evans 6.

Forks (54)

Decker 21, Jacobson 10, Raben 8, Gilmore 4, Harris 2, Hatch 6, Gonzales 3.

Crescent 48, Mt. Rainier Luth. 44

TACOMA — The Loggers bounced back after a tough loss to state powerhouse Neah Bay to beat Mount Rainier Lutheran in nonleague action.

Derrick Findley led the Loggers with 20 points, seven rebounds, four blocked shots and five steals while Sage Fadness added 18 points, four rebounds, four steals and three assists.

The two teams tied 31-all at halftime but the Loggers had a 17-13 advantage in the second half to earn the win.

Cascade Ch. 61, Chimacum 35

PUYALLUP — Nisqually League power Cascade Christian stormed out to a 38-16 lead and never looked back Tuesday night.

Jaelin Goldsmith had a banner day for Cascade with 33 points while Shawn Spencer had 17 and AJ Howells added 13.

Rafael Pagasian scored a team-high eight points for the Cowboys.



Cascade Christian 61,
Chimacum 35

Chimacum 5 11 12 7— 35

Cascade 18 20 17 6— 61

Individual scoring

Chimacum (35)

Pagasian 8, Carthum 5, Downs 4, Ajax 3, Miller 3, Schreier 3, Ham 2, Settje 2, Settlemire 2, Weller 2, Anderson 1.

Cascade (61)

Goldsmith 33, Spencer 17, A. Howells 13, Kushan 7, Tigges 7, Hoffman 4, J. Howells 4, Rayburn 3, Tveter 3.

Girls Basketball
North Kitsap 51, Port Angeles 42

POULSBO — The Vikings handed the cold-shooting Roughriders their first Olympic League loss of the year Tuesday night.

Port Angeles, a half-game ahead of Bremerton, 11-1 to 10-1, will host the Knights on Friday night.

Bremerton, which had a bye Tuesday, was at the Port Angeles-North Kitsap game, cheering on the Vikings.

The Riders, 11-4 overall, shot poorly from both the field and the charity stripe against the Vikings.

“We played well defensively, especially with our full-court pressure,” Port Angeles coach Michael Poindexter said.

“We forced a lot of turnovers, resulting in our getting 16 more shots in the game than North Kitsap.

“However, they made 47 percent from the field while we made only 19 percent. It’s hard to win a game while shooting 19 percent.

“In addition, North Kitsap shot 61 percent from the free throw line while we shot 44 percent.”

Kristin Brown and Rebekah Baugh scored 18 points each for the Vikings while Krista Johnson sank a team-high 14 points for the Riders.

Maddy Hinrichs added 12 for Port Angeles.

“Kristin Brown was especially effective again for North Kitsap,” Poindexter said.

“She has scored 18 both times they’ve played us. Ten of her 18 came in the fourth quarter, in which two of our players fouled out.”



North Kitsap 51,
Port Angeles 42

Port Angeles 8 10 12 11— 42

North Kitsap 8 9 15 19— 51

Individual scoring

Port Angeles (42)

Johnson 14, Hinrichs 12, Frazier 5, Jones 5, Walker 4, Jeffers 2.

North Kitsap (51)

Brown 18, R. Baugh 18, L. Baugh 7, Snyder 5, Lemmon 2, Nold 1.

Port Townsend 47, Klahowya 31

SILVERDALE — Codi Hallinan led the Redskins with 16 points and 12 rebounds in the Olympic League game Tuesday night.

Port Townsend came from behind in the second period with a 16-4 burst to lead 26-17 at intermission.

Jewel Johnson added 12 points for the Redskins while Gabby Hossack had nine.

Kori Holt had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles.

Port Townsend improved to 6-6 in the Olympic League and 7-6 overall while Klahowya fell to 1-10, 4-11.



Port Townsend 47,
Klahowya 31

Port Townsend 10 16 11 10— 47

Klahowya 13 4 7 6— 31

Individual scoring

Port Townsend (47)

Hallinan 16, Johnson 12, Hossack 9, Rubio 5, Lyons 3, Reeves 2.

Klahowya (31)

Holt 16, Lever 8, Hartford 2, Schureman 2, Rouse 2, Cooper 1.

Sequim 39,
North Mason 34

BELFAIR — The Wolves, behind by one in the fourth quarter, went on an 8-0 run for the Olympic League victory.

Sequim improved to 4-7, 6-9 while the Bulldogs fell to 0-11, 3-12.

The Wolves next host Klahowya on Friday night.



Sequim 39, North Mason 34

Sequim 8 11 2 18— 39

North Mason 12 8 3 11— 34

Individual scoring

Sequim (39)

Lester 4, Cummins 2, Stofferahn 4, Bentz 6, Martinez 2, Guan 5, Wallner 2, Beuke 8, Besand 4, Anderson 2.

North Mason (34)

Hicks 8, Satran 4, Schumacker 9, Johnson 11, Nelson 2.

Rainier 43,
Forks 30

FORKS — The Spartans ran out of gas in the fourth quarter during Senior Night in their final home game of the year Tuesday night.

Up until then, Forks was right in the game, deadlocked at 28-28 with Rainier going into the final period.

“On Senior night we probably played our best defensive basketball for 28 minutes,” Forks coach Al Scheibner said.

“The girls played with passion and intensity to still be in it with 4 minutes left in the game.

“Unfortunately, we didn’t score a field goal in the fourth quarter, which really hurt us. We had our opportunities but just couldn’t buy a basket.”

Defense was the name of the game in the first half for Forks.

“In the first three quarters I thought we did a really good job in disrupting what they usually do to score points,” Scheibner said.

“We limited their fast-break opportunities and took advantage of what they gave us offensively.

“Rainier is a good team and we just couldn’t hold them the last four to five minutes of the game.

“That, combined with our offensive woes in the fourth quarter, was the difference in the game. I only played seven girls as we’ve had some girls sick and I think we got a little tired at the end of the game.

“I’m really proud of how the entire seven players battled the entire game and never gave up.

“We are getting better and just need to learn to be more consistent.”

Four seniors — Terra Sheriff-Penn, Jillian Raben, Sassy Price and Casey Williams — played their final home game for Forks.

“I’m really proud of our four seniors, who did an outstanding job on Senior Night,” Scheibner said.

“It’s been a tough year as far as wins and losses are concerned. However, our four seniors have been wonderful in being leaders on and off the court.

“Strangely enough, if we win one of our next two games, we still have an opportunity to get to districts, something which I believe none of these seniors have experienced.

“Hopefully, we can take care of business in the final two league games of the season.”

The Spartans are 1-8 in SWL-Evergreen Division and 1-14 overall.



Rainier 43, Forks 30

Rainier 6 8 14 15— 43

Forks 11 4 13 2— 30

Individual scoring

Rainier (43)

Honaker 12, Brown 10, Thomas 6, K. Eygabroad 8, Ka. Eygabroad 3, Dungan 4.

Forks (30)

Raben 12, Paul 8, Price 2, Williams 6, Flores 2.

Cascade Christ. 64,
Chimacum 16

CHIMACUM — Nisqually League powerhouse Cascade Christian rolled against the Cowboys on Tuesday night.

“Without a doubt they lead league for a reason,” Chimacum coach Trevor Huntingford said.

“I was a little disappointed with our energy, though.”



Cascade Christian 64,
Chimacum 16

Cascacde 18 19 15 12— 64

Chimacum 5 4 3 4— 16

Individual scoring

Cascade (64)

Suggs 6, Inderbitzen 6, Creech 24, Scott 3, Rozummy 6, tuttle 3, Read 10, Hunter 6.

Chimacum (16)

Cossell 6, L. Thacker 4, Cerna 2, Johnson 2, Snyder 2.

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