Sunday, January 31, 2010

09 10 Sequim boys hoops game 16 - Sequim 51, Washougal 48

Sequim boys 51, Washougal 48

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Saturday, January 30th, 2010

(Washougal) -- A last minute, come-from-behind victory for the Sequim Wolves Saturday night made the four-and-a-half hour bus ride home from Washougal a lot more comfortable.

John Textor scored a pair of hoops in the final minute and a potential game-tying Washougal 3-ball missed at the klaxon, as the Wolves prevailed in the non-league affair 51-48.

Sequim (7-5 in Olympic League play and 8-8 overall) led 19-14 at the first quarter, energized by 2 triples from Corbin Webb and another 3 by Michael Dunning.

However, the Wolves had second quarter woes as they did the previous night in a 60-57 league loss to Kingston.

The Panthers of the 2A Greater St. Helens League had a 13-point run over a period of 5 minutes, 30 seconds, starting with a half-court heave by Brian Arceneaux that beat the first quarter buzzer and ended with Washougal leading 24-19 with 2:30 left in the first half.

The Panthers cashed in on all 10 of their charity stripe attempts in the second period, finishing the contest 14 of 14.

Meantime, Sequim hit just 2 of their 5 free throw attempts for the game.

Washougal led 26-25 at halftime.

The contest became a nip-and-tuck affair with four lead changes and a tie in third quarter, as brothers Frank and Clancy Catelli hit two baskets apiece for Sequim.

The Panthers kept the pace with 2 treys from T.C. White and another by Jeff Corona.
Washougal led 39-35 going to the final stanza.

After a tie at 33, the Panthers converted an 11-5 run and boosted their lead to 44-38 with five minutes to go.

Textor hit a two and Dunning a three-ball as the Wolves closed to 44-43 with 4:01 left.

The teams traded baskets for the next 2:30 with a Jeremie Oliver hoop cutting the deficit to 48-47 with 1:30 to play.

Textor scored on a 15-footer with 35 seconds left, putting Sequim ahead 49-48.

After a Jeff Corona miss for the Panthers with 23 seconds in regulation, Sequim had a sideline inbounds play in backcourt.

Frank Catelli zipped a bomb pass to a wide open Textor for a layup with 16 seconds left.

After a Washougal timeout, the hosts worked the ball for a Patrick McCarthy trey that glanced off iron at the final buzzer.

Textor was the game-high scorer with 16 and Clancy Catelli added 10 points for Sequim.

The Panthers got nine points apiece from T.C. White, Jeremy Ewing and McCarthy.

Sequim will visit Port Angeles for an Olympic League girls and boys doubleheader Tuesday.

Sequim (51) -- Kenny Meier, Michael Dunning 9, Corbin Webb 8, Nick Camporini, John Textor 16, Clancy Catelli 10, Jeremie Oliver 2, Josh McMinn 2, Frank Catelli 4.

Washougal (48) -- Jeff Corona 5, John Corona 2, Ben Nelson 3, T.C. White 9, Aaron Johnson 2, Jeremy Ewing 9, Patrick McCarthy 9, Kevin Monsrud 2, Brian Arceneaux 7, Jake Kasowski.
Ties 4, Lead Changes 9.

JV: Sequim 61-54 (OT)

Saturday, January 30, 2010

09 10 Sequim boys hoops game 15 - Kingston 60, Sequim 57

Kingston 60, Sequim boys 57

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Friday, January 29th, 2010

(Kingston) -- Kingston held off a fourth quarter Sequim rally in the final minute Friday night, taking a 60-57 Olympic League boys basketball game from the Wolves.

The Kingston victory, combined with a North Mason loss to Bremerton, elevates the Buccaneers into a tie with the Bulldogs for the first 2A seed into district play with 8-3 records.

The loss leaves the Wolves as the third 2A seed by 1 1/2 games with four regular season contests remaining.
Corbin Webb and John Textor connected on 3-pointers in the first quarter as Sequim took a 17-5 lead into the second period.

The Bucs switched from a 2-3 zone into a 1-3-1 look in the second period and Sequim's shooting turned stone cold.

The Wolves' drought covered the first six minutes of the quarter, as the Buccaneers tied the game at 12 and continued a run of 18 consecutive points, taking an 11-point lead at 23-12 inside the final 2 minutes before intermission.

Sequim would spend the rest of the game trying to catch up.

Webb and Jeremie Oliver hit baskets before halftime as the Wolves trailed 25-17 at the break.

Sequim (7-5 in Olympic League play, 7-8 overall) was down by 5 points going the final period 42-37 after 3 baskets from beyond the arc by Webb, Clancy Catelli and Michael Dunning.

Sequim trailed by six, 53-47, with 2:19 remaining when Webb cut the deficit in half with a three-ball.

Dunning tied it at 53 with another trey with 1:35 to go.

Ryan Byers gave the Bucs the advantage at 55-53 with 1:15 to go, then Textor tied it again at 55 with 50 seconds left. Textor finished with 10 points.

Kingston (8-3 in Olympic League play, 11-4 overall) went inside to 6-3 post Zane Ravenholt, who finished with a game-high 20 points, on consecutive possessions and the junior scored a free throw, then a basket to give the home squad a 58-55 lead with 26 seconds to go.

Webb hit a Sequim basket from the right elbow to cut it to one, 58-57.

The Bucs finished the job with single free throws by Byers and George Hill.

A final Sequim shot for the potential tie was taken after the final buzzer.

Webb led the Wolves with 14 and Oliver had a season-high 11 points.

Sequim will play a non-league game at Washougal High School in Clark County this afternoon.

Sequim (57) -- Kenny Meier 3, Michael Dunning 8, Corbin Webb 14, Nick Camporini 2, John Textor 10, Clancy Catelli 5, Jeremie Oliver 11, Josh McMinn 2, Frank Catelli 2.

Kingston (60) -- Tucker Bowman, Aaron Lawrence, George Hill 13, Gabe Whelan, Sam Byers 12, Zane Ravenholt 20, Richie Sander, Lou Hecker 3, Ryan Byers 12.
Ties - 5, Lead changes 2

JV: Sequim 61, Kingston 58 (OT)

Girls game at Sequim: Kingston 67, Sequim 39.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

09 10 Sequim boys hoops game 14 - Sequim 45, Port Townsend 41

Sequim 45, Port Townsend 41

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Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

(Port Townsend) -- A big fourth quarter rally pushed the Sequim Wolves boys past Port Townsend 45-41 Tuesday night at Bruce Blevins Gym.

The Wolves trailed the Redskins by nine points -- 33-24 -- going to the final period.
Sequim ratcheted up the defensive pressure and got some key inside-the-paint offensive work from sophomore Frank Catelli and junior Josh McMinn.

The Catelli/McMinn combo meshed for 11 fourth quarter points as the Wolves outscored Townsend 21-8 in the final stanza.

Catelli finished with a team-high 10 and McMinn threw in 9 points.

The Wolves closed to 34-30 with 4:31 left on McMinn score off a Catelli feed.

Sequim's Kenny Meier tied the affair at 37 on a triple with 2:38 left.

Jacob DeBerry scored with 2:03 to go, putting PT back on top 39-37.

Sequim's Michael Dunning connected on a 3-ball with 1:43 left that put the Wolves ahead to stay at 40-39.
The Wolves clinched the game with 16 seconds left after John Textor hit a 35-footer from the right wing as the 35-second shot clock expired, giving Sequim a 44-39 advantage.

The Redskins (3-8 in Olympic League play, 5-10 overall) got 15 points apiece from Eric Thomas, including three baskets from beyond the arc, and Evan O'Brien.

Sequim (7-4 in Olympic League play, 7-7 overall) travels to Kingston Friday night, while Port Townsend hosts North Kitsap.

Score by Quarters:

Seq 7 16 24 45
PT 11 20 33 41

Sequim (45) -- Kenny Meier 5, Michael Dunning 6, Corbin Webb, Nick Camporini, John Textor 8, Clancy Catelli 4, Jeremie Oliver 3, Josh McMinn 9, Gabe Carter, Frank Catelli 10.

Port Townsend (41) -- Hab Rubio, Eric Thomas 15, Seiji Theilk, Robert Ristick, Cameron Robinson 5, Evan O'Brien 15, Jacob DeBerry 6, Bartley Hallinan.

09 10 Sequim girls hoops - game 15 - Port Townsend 58, Sequim 47

Port Townsend girls 58, Sequim 47

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

(Port Townsend) -- The Port Townsend girls outscored Sequim 18-7 in the fourth quarter Tuesday night at Bruce Blevins Gym, taking a 58-47 decision from the Wolves.

The Redskins' effort mirrored an 18-6 run by Sequim in the third quarter that left the squads tied at 40 going to the final period.

Sequim's Lea Hopson drove to the hoop repeatedly in the third stanza to draw PT fouls and hit 7 of 12 free throws in the period. Hopson finished with a game-high 22 points.

However, the Redskins got the calls in the fourth quarter and hit 7 of 15 charity tosses down the stretch to take their second win of the campaign, both at the expense of the Wolves.

Kerri Evalt hit 8 of her team leading 16 points in the first quarter for Port Townsend.

Kiley Maag scored 15, Brooke Little had 11 and Bella Fox 10 for the Redskins.

Sequim (0-11 in Olympic League play, 0-15 overall) was paced by freshmen Rylleigh Zbaraschuk with 14 and Haleigh Harrison with 7 points.

Port Townsend (2-9 in Olympic League play, 2-13 overall) will visit North Kitsap Friday, while the Lady Wolves host the Kingston Buccaneers.

Sequim (47) -- Taylor Balkan 2, Bailey Rookard, Lea Hopson 22, Lindsey Soha, Christy Ruiz, Caitlin Wiker 2, Haleigh Harrison 7, Katrina Ignagni, Rylleigh Zbaraschuk 14.

Port Townsend (58) -- Chelsea Whipple, Carolline Jesionowski, Kerri Evalt 16, Irina Lyons 3, Alexa Russell 3, Brooke Little 11, Bella Fox 10, Kiley Maag 15.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

09 10 Sequim boys hoops game 13 - Bremerton 73, Sequim 42

Bremerton 73, Sequim 42

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Friday, January 22nd, 2010

(Bremerton) -- Jarell Flora and Charles Wilson scored 17 points apiece as the Bremerton Knights shellacked the Sequim Wolves 73-42 in Olympic League boys basketball play at Les Eathorne Gym.

The Knights avenged a 71-70 defeat to the Wolves at Rick Kaps Gym earlier this month.

Andre Coleman threw in 15 points for Bremerton as the Knights had a 19-7 advantage after the first quarter.

Bremerton (7-2 in Olympic League, 7-4 overall) increased the lead to 36-20 at halftime.

In the third quarter, the Knights made it a blowout, outscoring Sequim 25-9, taking a 61-29 bulge to the final period.

Bremerton shot 57 percent from the field for the contest, while the Wolves hit just 26 percent of their field goal attempts.

The Knights were a scorching 10-16 from beyond the 3-point arc -- 63 percent.

Sequim (6-4 in Olympic League play, 6-7 overall) got 10 from Michael Dunning, while Corbin Webb, John Textor and Frank Catelli scored 6 points apiece.

The Sequim boys and girls cagers travel to Port Townsend Tuesday for a doubleheader against the Redskins. 

Sequim (42) -- Kenny Meier 1, Michael Dunning 10, Corbin Webb 6, Nick Camporini 5, John Textor 6, Clancy Catelli 2, Jeremie Oliver 2, Josh McMinn 4, Jordan Alcafaras, Frank Catelli 7.

Bremerton (73) -- Andrew Shadle 5, Conner Wales, Charles Wilson 17, Andre Coleman 15, Michael Lawrence 7, Terrick McGee 9, Jarell Flora 17, Keegan Fein, Sabian Perrigo, Marshall Stevens, Shaquille Jones 3.

FG: Sequim 16-61 (.260), 2 pt shots: 12-36 (.333), 3 pt shots: 4-25 (.333).
Bremerton 28-49 (.570), 2 pt shots: 18-33 (.550), 3 pt shots: 10-16 (.630).

FT: Sequim 6-13 (.460), Bremerton 7-10 (.700).

Turnovers: Sequim 18, Bremerton 14.

JV: Sequim 41-37

Girls Score: Bremerton 58, Sequim 42.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

09 10 Sequim boys hoops game 12 - Sequim 59, Klahowya 40

Sequim 59, Klahowya 40

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Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

(Silverdale) -- Sequim's Corbin Webb and John Textor combined for 30 points Tuesday night as the Wolves beat the Klahowya Eagles 59-40 in Olympic League boys basketball.

The Wolves brought pressure defense into the Eagles backcourt and led 14-10 after the first quarter.

Sequim (6-3 in Olympic League play, 6-6 overall) had a 26-15 advantage just 2:16 before intermission, but an Eagles run of 11-2 cut the lead to 2 at halftime, 28-22.

The Wolves had another 11-point lead in the third quarter before Klahowya closed to 41-35 going to the final period.

Sequim dominated the fourth quarter, as Webb connected for 11 of his game-high 17 points.

Textor had 13 for the Wolves and Jeremie Oliver added 9 points.

The Wolves outscored the Eagles 18-5 in the final quarter, as Sequim hit 8 for 13 from the charity stripe in the period.

Klahowya (0-9 in Olympic League play, 2-11 overall) got 12 from Clark Rose and Andrew Holm added 10 points.

The Wolves travel to Bremerton Friday night for a rematch of the Wolves 71-70 victory over the Knights earlier this month at Rick Kaps Gym.

Score by Quarter:

Seq 14 28 41 59
Kla 10 26 35 40

Sequim (59) -- Kenny Meier 4, Michael Dunning 3, Corbin Webb 17, Nick Camporini 2, John Textor 13, Clancy Catelli 6, Jeremie Oliver 9, Josh McMinn 2, Jordan Alcafaras, Frank Catelli 3.

Klahowya (40) -- Eli Monette 2, Chris Smith, Derris Davis 7, Lenny Hartford 2, Andrew Holm 10, Brandon Neet 5, Clark Rose 12, Steffen Jeffcoat 2.

Ties - 2, Lead Changes 1.

JV Score: Sequim 58-44

Saturday, January 16, 2010

09 10 Sequim boys hoops game 11 - Olympic 50, Sequim 44

Olympic 50, Sequim 44

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Friday, January 15, 2010

(Silverdale) -- Olympic High sophomore Trent Gallagher scored 24 points Friday night as the Trojans beat the Sequim Wolves 50-44 in Olympic League boys basketball.

Olympic (3-5, 5-7) led 15-4 at the first quarter, after Sequim was hampered by 3 fouls against point guard Corbin Webb in the first four minutes.

The Wolves trailed by 10 at 22-12 with 3 minutes left in the first half, but went on an 8-0 run to tie the contest 22-all at intermission, fueled by 3-pointers from Michael Dunning and Nick Camporini.

Sequim (5-3, 5-6) continued its run to 13 consecutive points by scoring the first 5 of the second half, leading 27-22.

Olympic roared back with several fast breaks, tying the affair at 27, then moved ahead by 6 on consecutive triples by Gallagher.

Dunning and Webb hit 3-pointers to keep Sequim within 6 at the third quarter break, 40-34.

John Textor scored 6 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter off Olympic turnovers, the last basket drawing the Wolves to within 1 point at the 3:26 mark, 42-41.

Woeful fourth quarter foul shooting (2 for 8) prevented a Sequim comeback and Olympic hit 4 for 4 from the charity stripe in the final period.

Senior Larry Dixon had 10 for Olympic and Ryan Borja muscled in 9 points.

Dunning finished with 10 for the Wolves.

Sequim will visit the Klahowya Eagles Tuesday, while Olympic hosts North Kitsap.

Sequim (44) -- Kenny Meier, Michael Dunning 10, Corbin Webb 3, Nick Camporini 5, John Textor 17, Clancy Catelli 4, Jeremie Oliver 2, Josh McMinn, Frank Catelli 3.

Olympic (50) -- Zach Bird 2, Jesse Quitugua, Trent Gallagher 24, Larry Dixon 10, Jordan Halstead 3, Kyle Featherstone 2, Ryan Borja 9, Chris Campbell, Ardie Fesuluai.

FG: Sequim 16-50 (.320), Olympic 19-44 (.430).

FT: Sequim 8-16 (.500), Olympic 10-14 (.710).

Turnovers: Sequim 8, Olympic 14.

Ties 3, Lead Changes 2

JV Score: Olympic 52, Sequim 50

Girls Score: Olympic 56, Sequim 28

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

09 10 Sequim boys hoops game 10 - Sequim 71, Bremerton 70

Sequim 71, Bremerton 70

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

(Sequim) -- John Textor scored 19 points, including two free throws with 5.6 seconds remaining as the Sequim Wolves edged the Bremerton Knights 71-70 Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.

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A final 3-point attempt by Bremerton's Andrew Shadle missed at the buzzer, leaving the Knights with their first loss in Olympic League play this season.

Sequim started quickly with a 14-3 lead, before Bremerton responded with a 7-0 run to close to 14-10 at the first quarter break.

The Wolves started the second period on fire, leading by 15 at 30-15 with 3:28 left in the half on 2 free throws by Corbin Webb.

Bremerton's pressure defense created turnovers and an 11-0 run over 2:23 that closed the deficit to six points at 32-26 before Frank Catelli answered for Sequim on a basket with 1:20 to go before halftime.

Sequim (5-2, 5-5) led 32-28 at halftime.

Bremerton (6-1, 6-3) outscored Sequim 20-16 in the third quarter as the game was tied at 48 going to the fourth quarter.

The game was tied 12 times with 6 lead changes in the second half.

Terrick McGhee gave Bremerton a 3 point lead at 69-66 with a layup off a steal with a minute to go.

Sequim's Michael Dunning nailed a 3-ball from the right wing with 32 seconds to go for a 69-all tie.

McGhee hit one of two free throws with 20 seconds to go, giving the visitors a 70-69 advantage.

Sequim's Textor was fouled with less than 6 seconds to go and the senior hit both charity tosses for the winning points.

Bremerton's Jarell Flora was the game-high scorer, with 28 points, 20 in the second half.

Corbin Webb hit for 17 for Sequim, Josh McMinn scored 8, while Clancy Catelli and Jeremie Oliver had 8 points apiece.

McGhee paced Bremerton with 16, Shadle had 12 and Andre Coleman had 10 points.

Sequim travels to Olympic Friday, while the Knights entertain Kingston.

Score by Quarters:

Bre 10 28 48 70
Seq 14 32 48 71

Bremerton (70) -- Andrew Shadle 12, Charles Wilson 2, Andre Coleman 10, Michael Lawrence 2, Terrick McGhee, Jarell Flora 28, Sabian Perrigo, Keegan Fein.

Sequim (71) -- Kenny Meier, Michael Dunning 5, Corbin Webb 17, John Textor 19, Clancy Catelli 8, Jeremie Oliver 8, Josh McMinn 9, Frank Catelli 5.

Ties 12 - Lead Changes 6

FG: Bremerton 26-79, 33%; Sequim 28-58 48 %. Turnovers: Bremerton 15, Sequim 18.

JV - Sequim 60-51

Friday, January 8, 2010

09 10 Sequim boys hoops game 9 - Sequim 58, North Kitsap 57

Sequim 58, North Kitsap 57

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Thursday, January 7, 2010

(Sequim) -- Sequim's Clancy Catelli hit two 3-pointers in the final seconds Thursday night, erasing a 5-point North Kitsap lead and giving the Wolves a 58-57 Olympic League victory over the Vikings at Rick Kaps Gym.

Sequim trailed 57-52 when Catelli nailed his first triple from the right corner with 17 seconds left, cutting the Vikings advantage to 57-55.

The Wolves fouled NK's Brandyn Winkley with 15 seconds left and the Viking post missed both charity tosses.

Sequim's Corbin Webb found Catelli open on left wing and the senior buried his second trey with 3.8 seconds left, putting the Wolves ahead 58-57.

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A last second NK shot attempt by Berkley Nilles was hoisted after the final buzzer sounded and the Wolves escaped with the one point win.

Sequim improves to 4-2 in Olympic League play and 4-5 overall.

North Kitsap drops to 2-4 in league play and 3-6 overall.

The Wolves will host league leading Bremerton on Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.

Score by Quarters:

NK 12 28 39 57
Sq 16 28 40 58

North Kitsap (57) -- Austin Abrahamsen 4, Berkley Nilles 16, Sheldon Drake, Tolen McGregor 1, Jordan Seth 6, Brandyn Winkley 13, Andrew Ray 2, Will Nguyen 3, David Stock 12.

Sequim (58) -- Kenny Meier, Michael Dunning 6, Corbin Webb 10, Nick Camporini 7, John Textor 15, Clancy Catelli 13, Jeremie Oliver 3, Josh McMinn, Frank Catelli 4.

Ties 4, Lead Changes 10

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

09 10 Sequim boys hoops game 8 - Kingston 46, Sequim 42 (OT)

Kingston 46, Sequim 42 (OT)

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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

(Sequim) -- George Hill and Zane Ravenholt combined for 29 points Tuesday night as the Kingston Buccaneers edged the Sequim Wolves 46-42 in an overtime thriller at Rick Kaps Gym.

Sequim trailed the entire game until John Textor stripped Kingston's Aaron Lawrence of the ball at midcourt and Clancy Catelli drove for a layup with 34 seconds remaining to tie the contest at 40.

Hill nailed a 3-ball from the left baseline off a back screen halfway through the extra session to give the Bucs a 43-40 lead.

Hill finished with 12, while Ravenholt had 17 for Kingston, now 7-2 overall and 5-1 in Olympic League play.

Catelli scored on a layup to cut the lead to 43-42, but the Wolves couldn't convert again in the overtime, leaving Kingston to put the victory away at the free throw line.

Frank and Clancy Catelli, Corbin Webb and John Textor had 8 points apiece to lead the Wolves.

Sequim fell to 3-2 in league play and 3-5 overall. The Wolves will host the North Kitsap Vikings Thursday night at 7 in Rick Kaps Gym.

Score by Quarters:

K 14 24 33 40 46
S 8 18 27 40 42

Kingston (46) -- Tucker Bowman, Cody Combs, Richie Sander 2, Aaron Lawrence 9, George Hill 12, Gabe Whelan, Sam Byers 3, Zane Ravenholt 17, Lou Hecker, Ryan Byers.

Sequim (42) -- Kenny Meier, Michael Dunning 7, Corbin Webb 8, Nick Camporini 3, John Textor 8, Clancy Catelli 8, Jeremie Oliver, Josh McMinn, Frank Catelli 8.