PREP SPORTS: Port Angeles girls soccer blanks Port Townsend; other prep reports
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PORT TOWNSEND — Callie Peet scored a pair of first-half goals to lead Port Angeles to a 5-0 win over Port Townsend in Olympic League girls soccer action at Memorial Field.

Khaya Elliott started the scoring for the Roughriders off an assist by Kate Haworth. Peet then earned credit for goals in the 24th and 37th minutes.

In the second half, Emma Moseley scored in the 60th minute, assisted by Maddie Boe. Mosely then set up Kylee Jeffers for a goal in the 67th minute.

“Each goal [we] let in had it's own element of misfortune, but as they say, 'they all count,'” Port Townsend coach Colin Foden said after Thursday's game.

“Nevertheless, the game was far more even that the score suggests.

“Jewel Johnson came close to scoring on at least three occasions, Lily Murock was creative and industrious, Rose Gitelman and Reilly Berkshire defiantly held their lines and Shenoa Snyder added strength to a defense that was ably led by Anne Meek.”

Port Angeles improves to 3-6 on the season and currently holds the sixth-place spot in the Olympic League standings, a half-game ahead of North Mason (2-6).

The Riders host fifth-place Bremerton (4-5) on Tuesday in an important league match.

The Redskins (0-9) play at Kingston (7-2), which is tied for second place with Olympic, on Tuesday.

“The full squad was together for the first time, and there was hope of a good result,” Foden said following the loss to Port Angeles.

“Although the score didn't go the way [we] wanted, the way [we] played was a great improvement.”

Girls Swimming
Port Angeles 112, North Kitsap 68


POULSBO — The Roughriders improved to 4-0 in the Olympic League with a come-from-behind win over the Vikings.

North Kitsap won the first event and jumped to an early lead 8-6.

The Riders countered with a one-two-three sweep in the next event 200 freestyle and regained the lead 19-11, and retained it for the rest of the match.

Brooke Sires took first in the crucial 200 free with a time of 2 minutes, 21.84 seconds. Jessica Burke finished second and Roisin Cowan-Kuist placed third.

Port Angeles placed first in nine of 12 events and outscored the Vikings in eight of 12 events.

Jane Macias and Ashlee Reid were double winners for the Riders.

Macias won the 200 individual medley (2 minutes, 26.9 seconds) and 500 freestyle (5:53.67), while Reid took the 50 freestyle (26.83 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:05.77).

Carter Juskevich added a first-place finish for the Riders in the in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:14.53.

Port Angeles also had two relay wins. Hailey Scott, Megan McKenna, Cowan-Kuist and Sires took the 200 freestyle relay (1:58.30), and Audra Perrizo, Macias, Juskevich and Reid won the 400 free relay (4:05.57).

The Riders had the only two divers of the meet. Haili Farnam placed first with six points and Izi Livesay was second with four points.

Port Angeles (4-1 overall) hosts Kingston (3-1) on Tuesday at William Shore Memorial Pool.

Boys Tennis
North Kitsap 6, Port Angeles 1


POULSBO — The Riders were handed their first loss of the season on the road against the undefeated Vikings (4-0, 6-0).

“We had opportunities that we let slip away,” Port Angeles coach Brian Gundersen said.

“We were in a lot of sets that could have gone either way, and we came up a bit short.”

Daniel Manwell and Hayden Kays Erdmann were the Riders lone winners. The pair won the No. 2 singles match over Jake McCown and Adam Lemmon 7-6, 7-6.

“Daniel and Hayden's experience played a major role in their close victory,” Gunderson said.

“They saved their best tennis for the biggest moments.”

Connor Heilman and Tanner Gochnour lost a close No. 3 singles match to Joe Creason and Isaac Strewn 5-7, 6-1, 6-4.

Port Angeles No. 3 singles player Nick Fritschler took Robbie Henshaw to the third set before falling 6-4, 3-6, 6-4.

Port Angeles (1-1, 4-1) hosts North Mason (0-2, 0-4) on Monday.

Cross Country
Port Townsend's Clark, Port Angeles' Suess win at Discover Bay


PORT TOWNSEND — Port Townsend junior Ryan Clark continued his stellar season by winning the three-way meet with Port Angeles and Sequim at Disovery Bay Golf Course.

The girls varsity race was won by Roughriders sophomore Willow Suess.

Clark took the boys varsity 5,000-meter race with a time of 17 minutes and 20.47 seconds.

Port Angeles' Peter Butler was second with a time of 17:33.20, while Sequim's Brendon Despain finished third (17:36.36).

The Wolves also had the next five placers (Peter Ohnstad, Mikey Cobb, Chris Jeffko, Jackson Oliver and Christian Ash), and placed first as a team with 25 points.

Port Angeles was second with 47. Port Townsend had 71.

Sequim's Oscar Herrera won the JV race with a time of 20:15.43.

Suess won the 5,000-meter girls race with a time of 21:49.18.

The Riders took first place and had each of the top five finishers.

Elizabeth Stevenson was second (21:56.10), Jolene Millsap placed third (23:22.19), Annika Pederson was fourth (23:34.33) and Taylor Jones placed fifth (23:52.46).

Port Angeles had 15 points. The Riders claimed seven of the top 10 places.

Erin Vig was the highest finisher for the second-place Wolves (61 points). Vig placed sixth with a time of 24:18.19.

Hannah Trailer was Port Townsend's highest placer in the girls race, placing ninth with a time of 24:43.68. Teammate Peri Muellner finished 10th (24:46.67).

Stevens Middle School swept the middle school races, with Cameron Butler taking the boys race and Gracie Long winning on the girls side.

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