PREP SPORTS: Crescent volleyball sweeps Neah Bay; Port Angeles swimmers qualify for districts
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Neah Bay’s Faye Chartraw, left, tries to block a spike from Crescent’s Shannon Williams, right. The Loggers won the North Olympic League match in three sets.
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“[We] came out and played a solid match the whole match,” Crescent coach Alex Baker said.
With the win, the Loggers finish the regular season 9-5.
Next up is districts next week at Mount Vernon Christian High School.
“There's still a lot of room for improvement,” Baker said.
“We're really looking forward to another shot at state if we can get through districts.”
Libero Teya Williams had 20 perfect passes for Crescent on Tuesday night.
“She had incredible plays to help keep the team's tempo,” Baker said.
Shannon Williams served 17 for 18 with seven aces, seven kills and two blocks.
Devanie Christie was 11/12 serving with four aces and 10 assists.
Neah Bay concludes its regular season today at home against Clallam Bay.
More Riders qualify for districts
PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles swim and dive team added eight more district qualifying marks at the Divisional Invite at William Shore Memorial Pool.
Ashlee Reid qualified for districts in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:30.85.
Audra Perrizo qualified in the 50 freestyle (0:28.42) and 100 backstroke (1:14.46). Carter Juskevich qualified in the 100 backstroke (1:15.38).
Reid, Perrizo and Juskevich each has qualified in six individual events.
Jaine Macias qualified for districts in the 50 free (0:27.16). Macias has qualified in seven individual events.
All three of the Riders' divers will compete at districts in the 11-dive format. Lydia Cornelson finished with 230 points, Izi Livesay scored 255.45 points and Haili Farnam had 257 points.
Overall, Port Angeles heads into the postseason with 14 athletes qualified for individual events at the 2A West Central District meet next week at Hazen High School in Renton.
These 14 athletes have a combined total of 40 individual district qualifying times, three diving entries and seven individual state qualifying times. All three relays qualified for state as well.
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