Saturday, December 20, 2014

14 15 Girls Basketball Game 9 - Anacortes 49, Sequim 37

Anacortes girls beat Sequim 49-37

December 20th, 2014 - 7:40pm
(Sequim) -- The Anacortes girls basketball team finished a weekend road trip to the Olympic Peninsula with a sweep of the local 2A schools, beating the Sequim Wolves 49-37 Saturday at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Seahawks downed Port Angeles Friday night 42-29.
Hope Hurtado led the way for Anacortes with a game-high 22 points against Sequim.
The Seahawks led 13-8 after the first buzzer, Hurtado scoring 7 first quarter markers.
Sequim countered with an 11-4 run over the first 4-and-a-half minutes of the second period, taking the lead 19-17 on a layup by sophomore Adrienne Haggerty with 3:38 to go until halftime.
Anacortes regained the lead for good after a pair of triples from junior Stella Gillman.
The Seahawks led 27-19 at intermission, finishing the half on a 9-0 spurt.
Gillman paced Anacortes with 13, Brooke Riordan added 6 and Monica Downs 4.
Victoria Cummins led the Wolves with 12 tallies, Elise Beuke added 6 and Haggerty had 5.
Sequim (4-5 overall and 1-2 in Olympic League 2A Division play) will be idle until Tuesday, January 6th, when the Wolves host North Mason.
Anacortes (7-3 overall and 1-1 in Northwest Conference play) visits Lynden on January 6th.
Scoring by Quarters:
Ana - 13 14 14 09 -- 49
Seq - 08 11 08 10 -- 37
Individual Scoring:
Anacortes (49) -- Brooke Riordan 6, Hope Hurtado 22, Taylor Phillips, Stella Gillman 13, Alex Aldridge 2, Baylee South 2, Monica Downs 4, Sally Vaux.
Sequim (37) -- Hailey Lester 3, Victoria Cummins 12, McKenzie Bentz 1, Katherine Landoni 4, Kylee Williams 2, Adrienne Haggerty 5, Jordan McMinn, Jordan Miller 2, Elise Beuke 6, Ella Christiansen, Alyse Armstrong 2.
Junior Varsity: Anacortes 35, Sequim 27.

Friday, December 19, 2014

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 7 - Olympic 56, Sequim 48

Olympic boys top Sequim 56-48 

December 19th, 2014 - 10:10pm
(Sequim) -- The Olympic High Trojans pulled away on an 8-2 run in the final two-and-a-half minutes to defeat the Sequim High Wolves 56-48 Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
The victory gives the Trojans the Olympic League 2A Division lead with a 3-0 record, improving to 6-2 overall.
Makaleb McInnis finished a 3-on-2 fast break with 2:30 remaining, then hit a free throw to put the Trojans ahead for good 49-46.
McInnis had 9 points for the Trojans.
Sequim's Alex Barry was the game's top scorer with 22 points and connected on his final basket with 1:36 left that cut the Trojans' advantage to 49-48.
The Wolves did not score again, while Keshun McGee got a layup, McInnis hit 3 charity shots and Damarius Johnson putback a missed freebie in the final 90 seconds to clinch Olympic's win.
The nip-and-tuck contest saw the lead change hands 8 times and was tied on 8 occasions.
McGee paced Olympic with 14 tallies and Tyler Yost had 7.
Erik Turnquist had two key triples in the fourth quarter for the Trojans, finishing with 6 markers.
Sequim falls to 5-2 overall and 2-1 in Olympic League 2A Division play.
Dustin Bates had 8 for Sequim and Vance Willis added 7.
The Wolves struggled at the free throw line, hitting just 5 of 14 shots.
Olympic hosts the Capital Cougars Saturday night, while Sequim will be idle until December 29th, when the Wolves travel to Seattle for a non-league matchup with Ingraham.
Scoring by Quarters:
Oly - 07 14 15 20 -- 56
Seq - 11 13 12 12 -- 48
Individual Scoring:
Olympic (56) -- Keshun McGee 14, Erik Turnquist 6, Marcus Harris, Makaleb McInnis 9, Tyler Yost 7, Jumier Johnson 14, Damarius Johnson 6.
Sequim (48) -- Dustin Bates 8, Payton Glasser, Vance Willis 7, Jackson Oliver 3, Bailey Earley 2, Josh McConnaughey 6, Alex Barry 22.
Junior Varsity: Olympic 56, Sequim 33.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 6 - Sequim 59, Kingston 40

Sequim boys down Kingston 59-40

December 17th, 2014 - 11:58pm
(Kingston) -- Sophomore Bailey Earley scored a career-high 19 points as the Sequim High Wolves boys beat the Kingston Buccaneers 59-40 Wednesday night.
Sequim (5-1 overall and 2-0 in the Olympic League 2A) will face the Olympic Trojans (5-2 overall, 2-0 in Olympic League 2A) on Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym in a showdown for the division lead.
Olympic was a 78-75 winner over North Kitsap in a thriller Wednesday in Silverdale.
Although Wednesday's game was tied 3 times early, Sequim never trailed, ahead 16-12 with six players tallying in the opening quarter.
Liam Young, who scored a team-high 11 points for the Bucs, finished a three-point play after the buzzer to keep Kingston's halftime deficit to single digits at 31-23.
Sequim held Kingston scoreless for the first 6:35 of the third quarter, increasing their lead to 17 before Gavin Veilleux, who finished with 9 markers, ended the Bucs drought with 1:25 remaining.
The Wolves went to the final frame ahead 40-25.
Kingston hit 3 triples in the fourth period, but got no closer than 12 and the Wolves pushed the lead back to 19 late in the contest.
The Bucs visit Bremerton Friday.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 16 15 09 19 -- 59
Kin - 12 11 02 15 -- 40
Scoring Summary:
Sequim boys (59) -- Dustin Bates 12, Payton Glasser 8, Alex Rutherford 2, Vance Willis 2, Bailey Earley 19, Adrian Espinoza, Josh McConnaughey 2, Austin Adams, Alex Barry 14.
Kingston boys (40) -- Ali Chiquiti, Kody Boles 2, Miles Sustad 7, Max English, Gabe Gregory 6, Colin Veilleux 5, Liam Young 11, Gavin Veilleux 9.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 45, Kingston 40.

14 15 Girls Basketball Game 7 - Kingston 61, Sequim 35

Kingston girls drub Sequim 61-35

December 17th, 2014 - 11:56pm
(Sequim) -- Senior Drew Clark connected on a game-high 23 points as the Kingston Buccaneers girls basketball team beat Sequim 61-35 Wednesday night.
Clark hit for 13 in the opening period, including a pair of triples, as the Bucs raced out to a 21-5 lead.
Kingston led by 19 at halftime (33-14) and by 26 after three quarters (50-24).
Sophomore Adrienne Haggerty had team-high honors for Sequim with 12 and Hailey Lester added 7.
Lily Eckert paced the Bucs with 10 tallies.
Sequim (4-3 overall and 1-1 in Olympic League 2A) visits Olympic Friday night, while Kingston (4-1 overall and 2-0 in Olympic League 2A) hosts Bremerton Friday.
Scoring by Quarters:
King - 21 12 17 11 -- 61
Seq -- 05 09 10 11 -- 35
Scoring Summary:
Kingston girls (61) -- Aileen Kaye 2, Katelyn Carper 6, Lily Eckert 10, Josie E. 8, Nichole Day 6, Drew Clark 23, Skyler Bakken 6, Karleigh Gomez, Sarah Hamal, Avy Hiner.
Sequim girls (35) -- Hailey Lester 7, Victoria Cummins 1, McKenzie Bentz, Katherine Landoni 4, Kylee Williams 2, Adrienne Haggerty 12, Jordan Miller 3, Elise Beuke 2, Alyse Armstrong 4.

Monday, December 15, 2014

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 5 - Sequim 78, Port Townsend 31

Sequim boys blitz Port Townsend 78-31

December 15th, 2014 - 9:49pm
(Sequim) -- A hounding Sequim High defense harassed Port Townsend early and often as the Wolves boys basketball team blitzed the Redhawks 78-31 Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Coach Greg Glasser's troops used a variety of defenses to spring traps on a youthful Port Townsend squad as Sequim led 19-10 after one period.
A 17-0 run late in the second quarter put the hosts ahead by 25 at halftime - 46-21.
Reserves played the entire fourth period for Sequim after the Wolves were up 69-29 after 24 minutes.
Alex Barry led the way for Sequim with 21 points and Bailey Earley had 13.
Chris Adkins had team-high honors for the Redhawks with 16 and Jacob Ralls added 6 markers.
Port Townsend (0-4) travels to Chimacum Wednesday for their first Olympic League 1A Division contest.
Sequim (4-1) is on the road Wednesday at Kingston.
Scoring by Quarters:
PT -- 10 11 08 02 -- 31
Seq - 19 27 23 09 -- 78
Scoring Summary:
Port Townsend boys (31) -- Seren Dances 3, Jacob Ralls 6, Chris Adkins 16, David Sua, Detrius Kelsall, Ezra Easley 2, Berkley Hill 2, Patrick Charlton, Kaiden Parcher 2.
Sequim boys (78) -- Dustin Bates 6, Payton Glasser 8, Alex Rutherford 5, Vance Willis 3, Jackson Oliver 8, Bailey Earley 13, Adrian Espinoza 4, Josh McConnaughey 7, Austin Adams 3, Alex Barry 21.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 52 Port Townsend 35.

14 15 Girls Basketball Game 6 - Sequim 61, Port Townsend 24

Lady Wolves smash Redhawks 61-24

December 15th, 2014 - 11:08pm
(Port Townsend) -- A 20-3 first-half ending run pushed the Sequim Lady Wolves to a 61-24 victory over the Port Townsend Redhawks Tuesday night at Bruce Blevins Gym.
Junior Jordan Miller connected on 3 first quarter triples as Sequim led 18-13 after the first buzzer.
Miller was the game-high scorer with 14.
5-10 sophomore Adrienne Haggerty scored 8 of her 13 points in the second period, triggering the Wolves to a 38-16 advantage at intermission.
Hailey Lester had 7 first half points for the Wolves.
In the second half, Alyse Armstrong had 7 markers for Sequim and Ella Christiansen added 6 tallies.
Kaitlyn Meek and Shenoa Snyder shared team-high honors for Port Townsend with 6 points apiece.
Sequim (4-2) hosts Kingston Wednesday, when Port Townsend (0-5) visits Chimacum.
Scoring by Quarters:
PT -- 13 03 04 04 -- 24
Seq - 18 20 10 13 -- 61
Scoring Summary:
Port Townsend Girls (24) -- Kassie Olin 2, CeCe Nielsen 2, Kaitlyn Meek 6, Jenna Carson 4, Jordyn King, Frances Sheldon-O'Neal 4, Shenoa Snyder 6.
Sequim Girls (61) -- Hailey Lester 7, Victoria Cummins, McKenzie Bentz 3, Katherine Landoni, Kylee Williams 2, Adrienne Haggerty 13, Jordan McMinn 5, Jordan Miller 14, Elise Beuke 4, Ella Christiansen 6, Alyse Armstrong 7.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 4 - Sequim 57, Mount Tahoma 39

Sequim boys beat Mount Tahoma 57-39

December 11th, 2014 - 10:39pm
(Sequim) -- Sequim High's Alex Barry canned four first-half treys on his way to a 22-point effort as the Wolves boys basketball team downed the Mount Tahoma Thunderbirds 57-39 in non-league action Thursday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Wolves led by 5 early, but the Thunderbirds recovered to lead 13-11 after one period.
Sequim took the advantage for good at 20-18, then pulled ahead by 7 at halftime -- 28-21.
Barry had 16 at intermission, while MT's Nick Dennis had 9 of his team-high 19 markers in the first half.
Sequim sophomore Bailey Earley got hot after halftime, scoring 7 of his 9 tallies in the 3rd quarter, as the Wolves pushed their lead to 15 going to the final period -- 46-31.
The Wolves shooting cooled in the fourth quarter, but the visitors never got closer than 12 the rest of the way.
Jackson Oliver paced Sequim with 15 points, including 8 for 8 at the free throw line.
The Wolves canned 15 of 19 freebies, while the Thunderbirds missed 16 of their 22 free throw attempts.
Tavon Shelley tossed in 12 markers for Mount Tahoma.
Mount Tahoma (0-4) hosts the Wilson Rams tomorrow (Friday), while Sequim (3-1) entertains Port Townsend Monday night.
Scoring by Quarters:
MT -- 13 09 10 08 -- 39
Seq - 11 17 18 11 -- 57
Scoring Summary:
Mount Tahoma (39) -- Tavon Shelley 12, Tre Brown, Alan Nguyen 2, Willie Lewis, Tayvonne Coleman, Nick Dennis 19, Jarell Osberry 2, Jordan Taylor 2, Tre'von Rathbun, Malique Williams 2.
Sequim (57) -- Dustin Bates, Payton Glasser 7, Alex Rutherford, Vance Willis 3, Jackson Oliver 15, Bailey Earley 9, Josh McConnaughey, Austin Adams 1, Alex Barry 22.
Junior Varsity: Mount Tahoma 58, Sequim 56 (OT)

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

14 15 Girls Basketball Game 4 - Sequim 34, Crosspoint 32

Sequim girls squeak past Crosspoint Academy 34-32

(Chico) -- Sequim's Hailey Lester made two free throws in the final minute and Crosspoint's Desere'e Doty missed a potential game tying shot at the final buzzer as the Wolves squeaked past the Warriors 34-32 Wednesday night.
Doty was the game-high scorer with 18 points and tied the contest at 32 on a triple with 2:35 left.
Crosspoint outscored Sequim 19-13 in the second half, nearly overcoming 10-2 first quarter and 21-13 halftime deficits.
Sequim (3-1) was up 27-17 with 4:43 to go in the third period.
Doty and 6-1 Cailyn Cattell, who had 12 tallies, led the Warriors back within 5 at the end of the third quarter -- 27-24.
Victoria Cummins and Katherine Landoni had key fourth quarter baskets for Sequim that kept the Wolves from losing the lead.
Cummins and Elise Beuke had team-high honors with 8 markers.
Adrienne Haggerty and Ella Christiansen chipped in 4 apiece for the Wolves.
Doty's free throw for Crosspoint with 3:10 to play chopped the Sequim advantage to 32-29.
Desere'e Doty is the daughter of Sequim High graduate Derrin Doty, a member of the 1988 Wolves boys basketball team coached by Rick Kaps that won its first 25 games and was state Class AA runnerup to Rainier Beach.

Click to listen to our halftime interview with Derrin Doty.
Crosspoint (2-1) hosts North Mason Friday at 6, while the Wolves will meet Coupeville in a Saturday afternoon contest on Whidbey Island.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 10 11 06 07 -- 34
Cro - 02 11 11 08 -- 32
Scoring Summary:
Sequim (34) -- Hailey Lester 2, Victoria Cummins 8, McKenzie Bentz 3, Katherine Landoni 3, Kylee Williams, Adrienne Haggerty 4, Jordan Miller 2, Elise Beuke 8, Ella Christiansen 4, Alyse Armstrong.
Crosspoint (32) -- Emma Laurion, Kailey Bandara, Desere'e Doty 18, Holly Bandara, Kalie Nation 2, Cailyn Cattell 12.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 3 - Sequim 68, Bremerton 53

Barry leads Sequim boys over Bremerton 68-53

(Sequim) -- Alex Barry scored 20 points and Vance Willis added 17 as the Sequim Wolves downed the Bremerton Knights 68-53 Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Sequim moved to 2-1 overall and 1-0 in Olympic League 2A Division boys play, while Bremerton is 0-4 overall and 0-1 in league.
The Wolves led 12-9 after the opening 8 minutes, connecting on 4 first quarter treys.
After the Knights tied the contest at 12, Sequim went on a 20-10 run, ahead 32-22 at halftime.
Sequim continues to push the advantage in the second half, ahead 53-32 after three quarters.
Barry had 8 points at intermission and tallied 12 more in the third stanza before resting most of the fourth quarter.
Diontae Gilbert led Bremerton with 9 points, Casey Winderl had 8 and Tavontay Carter had 7 for the Knights.
Jackson Oliver paced Sequim with 8 markers and Dustin Bates added 6 for the Wolves.
Sequim hosts Mount Tahoma Thursday for a non-leaguer, while Bremerton entertains Chimacum Monday.
Scoring by Quarters:
Bre - 09 13 10 21 -- 53
Seq - 12 20 21 15 -- 68
Scoring Summary:
Bremerton (53) -- Casey Winderl 8, Tavontay Carter 7, Buddy Gaines 3, Calvin Cardwell 4, Jensen Bumanglag 3, Joseph Kroger, Japrea Pedesclaux 5, David Rush, Diontae Gilbert 9, Donovan Cole 6, Dallas Chapman 2, Chris Rowe 6.
Sequim (68) -- Dustin Bates 6, Payton Glasser 5, Alex Rutherford 3, Vance Willis 17, Jackson Oliver 8, Bailey Earley 3, Adrian Espinoza 2, Josh McConnaughey 2, Austin Adams 2, Alex Barry 20.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 52, Bremerton 44.
C-Team: Bremerton 61, Sequim 37.

Lady Wolves beat Bremerton 50-39
McKenzie Bentz and Adrienne Haggerty shared team-high honors for the Wolves with 12 points apiece.
Amerika Weatherford led the Lady Knights with 15 markers and Weslynn Blackwell added 11 for Bremerton.
Victoria Cummins and Elise Beuke paced the Wolves with 6 points apiece.
The Lady Wolves travel to Crosspoint Academy for a non-leaguer today.
Newsradio KONP will broadcast the Sequim - Crosspoint girls game beginning at 5:45 with the tipoff at 6 p.m.

Olympic League Boys Scores:
North Kitsap 75, Klahowya 52
Kingston 56, Port Townsend 48
Sequim 68, Bremerton 53
Chimacum at Olympic (not reported)
Olympic League Girls Scores:
Port Angeles 38, Vashon Island 23
Olympic 68, Chimacum 18
Sequim 50, Bremerton 39
Kingston 60, Port Townsend 11
North Kitsap 62, Klahowya 35