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Saturday, January 29, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 19 - Sequim 72, North Kitsap 55

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Sequim 72, North Kitsap 55

January 29th, 2011 - 1:10am
(Poulsbo) -- Sequim's Corbin Webb scored 22 points as the Wolves downed winless North Kitsap 72-55 Friday night.
The Wolves held the Vikings without a field goal in the opening 8 minutes and Jayson Brocklesby scored 8 of his 12 points as Sequim led 14-4 after one quarter.
Sophomore Gabe Carter tallied on 10 of his 17 points in the second period as Sequim took a 36-18 advantage to intermission.
The Vikings' Kendall Gill had a hot hand in the second half, connecting on 4 of his 5 triples and was North's team-high scorer with 19.
Sequim's Webb managed 11 of his game-high 22 in the fourth quarter, mostly on drives into the paint.
Kenny Meier, Tim Guan and Nick Camporini chipped in 6 points apiece for the Wolves.
T.J. Reitan paced North Kitsap with 10 points, while Connor McCorkle and Sebastian Ford dropped in 7 apiece.
Sequim improved to 14-5 overall, in third place at 10-4 in Olympic League play.
The Wolves will have a bye on Tuesday night before traveling to Kingston next Friday.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 15 21 23 13 -- 72
N.K. - 4 12 18 19 -- 55
Sequim (72) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 3, Kenny Meier 6, Gabe Carter 17, Corbin Webb 22, Jayson Brocklesby 12, Tim Guan 6, Ryan Pinza, Nick Camporini 6, Dylan Eekoff.
North Kitsap (55) -- Connor McCorkle 7, Sebastian Ford 7, Danny Mitchell 4, Kendall Gill 19, Paolo DeGuzman 4, Andrew Urquhart, Trevor Waller 4, T.J. Reitan 10.
JV: North Kitsap 46, Sequim 33.
C: North Kitsap 36, Sequim 35.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 18 - Sequim 70, Klahowya 53

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Sequim 70, Klahowya 53

January 25th, 2011 - 11:44pm
(Sequim) -- Jayson Brocklesby scored 19 points and Gabe Carter connected for 14 as the Sequim Wolves beat the Klahowya Eagles 70-53 Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Nick Camporini and Corbin Webb paced the Wolves with 11 points apiece.
After a tight first quarter with Sequim leading 19-14, the Wolves singed the twine for five triples in the second period and led by 16 at intermission -- 39-23.
The Wolves increase their advantage to as many as 27 points in the second half and connected on 60 percent of their shots from beyond the arc for the contest.
Derris Davis led Klahowya with 18 points, Clark Rose had 14 and Mitchell Flowers added 12 markers.
Seniors Nick Camporini and Kenny Meier made their final regular season home court appearance at Rick Kaps Gym on Senior Night.
Sequim improved to 13-5 overall and moved into third place in Olympic League play at 9-4.
Klahowya fell to 4-11 overall and 3-9 in Olympic League action.
The Wolves travel to Poulsbo Friday to play winless North Kitsap and Klahowya will host Port Angeles.
Meantime, in girls action at Silverdale, Klahowya beat Sequim 52-39.
Scoring by Quarters:
Kla - 14 9 11 19 -- 53
Seq - 18 21 18 13 -- 70
Klahowya (53) -- Jacob Sheets, Carlos Vallejo, Nick Schureman, Bubba Olson, Chris Smith 2, Derris Davis 18, Lennie Hartford 2, Brad Harstad 3, Tory Hewitt-Ryen, Clark Rose 14, Robbie Campos 2, Mitchell Flowers 12.
Sequim (70) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 8, Kenny Meier 5, Gabe Carter 14, Corbin Webb 11, Jayson Brocklesby 19, Tim Guan 2, Ryan Pinza, Nick Camporini 11, Dylan Eekoff.
JV: Klahowya 44, Sequim 33.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 17 - Bremerton 59, Sequim 49

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Bremerton 59, Sequim 49

January 21st, 2011 - 11:40pm
(Bremerton) -- Andrew Shadle scored 21 points and Michael Lawrence added 16 as the Bremerton Knights beat the Sequim Wolves 59-49 Friday night at Les Eathorne Gym.
Bremerton won its eighth straight contest and improved to 11-4 overall and 8-3 in Olympic League play, tied with Port Angeles, a 48-36 winner over Port Townsend Friday.
Sequim dropped to 12-5 overall and 8-4 in league, a half-game behind the Knights and Riders.
Bremerton roared out to a 20-8 first quarter lead and the Wolves spent the rest of the game playing catch up.
After trailing by 13 at halftime, the Wolves closed within 7 on an Evan Hill 3-pointer with 4:38 left in the third quarter -- 31-24.
However, Shadle got red-hot, connecting of 4 of his 5 treys in the period as Bremerton extended the lead back to 10 -- 43-33 -- heading to the fourth quarter.
Sequim got 8 final period markers from Jayson Brocklesby, but didn't get closer than 8 the rest of the way.
Brocklesby finished with 15 for Sequim and Gabe Carter added 10.
Bremerton will visit Port Angeles Tuesday, while Sequim hosts Klahowya.
Scoring by Quarters:
Sequ - 8 6 19 16 -- 49
Brem - 20 7 16 16 -- 59
Sequim (49) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 8, Kenny Meier 3, Gabe Carter 10, Corbin Webb 6, Jayson Brocklesby 15, Tim Guan 2, Nick Camporini 5.
Bremerton (59) -- Andrew Shadle 21, Michael Lawrence 16, Marshall Stevens 13, Andre Coleman 9.
JV: Bremerton 56, Sequim 38.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 16 - Sequim 55, North Mason 34


PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Sequim 55, North Mason 34

January 18th, 2011 - 11:59pm
(Belfair) -- Jayson Brocklesby scored 10 of his 14 points in the third quarter as the Sequim Wolves pulled away for a 55-34 victory over the North Mason Bulldogs Tuesday night.
The Sequim win, coupled with a Port Angeles loss to Olympic, gave the Wolves a half-game advantage over the Riders for second place in the Olympic League.
Sequim led 14-10 as Gabe Carter canned 10 of his 13 markers in the opening stanza.
After a 14-all tie early in the second quarter, Sequim pushed ahead 22-14 and had a 26-18 bulge at intermission.
The Wolves were up 41-28 going to the fourth period and Corbin Webb ended any hope of a Bulldogs comeback, connecting on 9 of his 13 tallies in the second half.
Kasey Bielec paced North Mason with 9 points, while Austin Casteel and Jesse Frender added 5 apiece for the Bulldogs, who fell to 5-9 overall and 4-6 in Olympic League play.
Sequim improved to 12-4 overall and 8-3 in league.
The Wolves travel to Bremerton Friday, while North Mason hosts Kingston.
Scoring by Quarters:
Sequ - 14 12 15 14 -- 55
N.M. - 10 8 10 6 -- 34
Sequim (55) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 2, Kenny Meier 3, Gabe Carter 13, Corbin Webb 13, Jayson Brocklesby 14, Tim Guan 2, Ryan Pinza, Nick Camporini 8, Dylan Eekoff.
North Mason (34) -- Kris Bishop 4, Kasey Bielec 9, Martin Garland 2, M.J. McDonnell 3, A.J. Barker 2, Matt Duckworth, Austin Casteel 5, Austin Sandquist 2, Alex Graeber, Jesse Frender 5, Colin Ralston, Hunter Ralston 2.
JV: Sequim 57, North Mason 34.

Friday, January 14, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 15 - Port Angeles 73, Sequim 68 (2 OT)

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles 73, Sequim 68 (2 OT)

January 14th, 2011 - 1:49am
(Sequim) -- Ian Ward scored 8 of his game-high 23 points in the second overtime as the Port Angeles Roughriders boys basketball team beat Sequim 73-68 at Rick Kaps Gym.
Colin Wheeler hit for 20 points and Hayden McCartney added 10 as the Riders improved to 9-4 overall and 7-2 in Olympic League play, a half-game ahead of the Wolves for second place in the circuit.
Port Angeles opened up a 27-18 halftime lead and increased the advantage to 14 with 4:34 left in the third quarter at 36-22.
Sequim -- riding a wave of emotion over the day's celebration of the school's centennial -- roared back into the contest on a 10-0 run over the next 3 minutes, 14 seconds, closing to within 4.
The Riders held onto a 38-34 lead going to the final period.
The fourth quarter was a classic in the ancient rivalry, with the lead changing hands 8 times -- the first on Nick Camporini's triple with 6:45 left, putting Sequim up 39-38.
Camporini was Sequim high scorer with 22.
Back and forth it went until Cameron Braithwaite, who had given the Riders the lead twice on 3-balls, hit one of two free throws with 4 seconds left, tying the game at 56.
Port Angeles stole the inbounds pass on Sequim's opportunity for a game-winner to end regulation play.
The Riders had the lead twice in the first extra period, before Sequim's Camporini hit a driving basket with 20 seconds left that created another deadlock at 62.
A second extra period ensued when PA failed to convert several putback attempts in the final seconds.
Port Angeles scored the first six points of the second OT as Ward's 8 points led the way to the Riders victory.
Jayson Brocklesby paced the Wolves with 15 points, while Gabe Carter and Corbin Webb added 9 apiece.
Sequim dropped to 11-4 overall and 7-3 in league play.
Port Angeles visits Olympic Tuesday, while the Wolves go to Belfair for a game with the North Mason Bulldogs.
Scoring by Periods:
PA - 9 18 11 18 - 6 11 -- 73
Seq - 5 13 16 22 - 6 6 -- 68
Port Angeles (73) -- Tanner Phair, Kyler Morgan 3, Cameron Braithwaite 8, Kennen Walker 5, Justin Antioquia 2, Ian Ward 23, Colin Wheeler 20, Hayden McCartney 10, Casey Smith 2.
Sequim (68) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 2, Kenny Meier 2, Gabe Carter 9, Corbin Webb 9, Jayson Brocklesby 21, Tim Guan 3, Nick Camporini 22.
Boys JV: Port Angeles 70, Sequim 27

10 11 Girls Basketball game 15 - Port Angeles 68, Sequim 21

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles 68, Sequim 21

January 14th, 2011 - 1:44am
(Sequim) -- Alison Knowles hit five first-half treys and led all scorers with 17 as the Port Angeles girls basketball team defeated Sequim 68-21 Thursday at Rick Kaps Gym.
Kiah Jones added 15 points as the Lady Riders improved to 10-2 overall and a perfect 8-0 in the Olympic League.
PA led 14-7 after the first period and 37-9 at intermission.
The Riders' Jessica Madison was limited to just three field-goals, but managed to can 7 of 16 free throws, finishing with 13 points.
PA had a 48-12 advantage after three quarters.
Haleigh Harrison had 7 points for Sequim and Rylleigh Zbaraschuk added 6.
The Lady Wolves were without the services of standout senior guard Lea Hopson, who missed the game due to a bruised back suffered in a Tuesday game against Port Townsend.
Sequim fell to 9-6 overall and 6-4 in league action.
Sequim will host North Mason Tuesday, while Port Angeles travels to Foster High School Monday for a holiday matchup with the 3A Timberline Blazers.
Scoring by Quarters:
PA - 14 23 11 20 -- 68
Seq - 7 2 3 9 -- 21
Port Angeles (68) -- Kiah Jones 15, Alison Knowles 17, Macy Walker 4, Shayla Northern, Jessica Madison 13, Mariah Frazier 5, Krista Johnson 8, Paxton Rodocker 2, Taylyn Jeffers 4.
Sequim (21) -- Taylor Balkan 3, Columbia Haupt 4, Haleigh Harrison 7, Melanie Guan, Lindsey Soha 1, Demiree Briones, Alexis Besand, Rylleigh Zbaraschuk 6.
Girls JV: Port Angeles 52, Sequim 14

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 14 - Sequim 62, Port Townsend 55

Sequim boys 62, Port Townsend 55
January 12th, 2011 - 3:40am
(Sequim) -- The Sequim Wolves boys basketball team beat Port Townsend 62-55 Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Sequim trailed early after Port Townsend's Kyle Kelly and Seiji Thielk zeroed in with long range howitzers, but the Wolves came back for a 14-13 first quarter lead.
Kelly was the game-high scorer with 20 tallies.
Port Townsend led by as many as 6 points in the second quarter, but Sequim rallied to tie it at 29 for intermission as Nick Camporini hit two triples in the period and finished with 10 points.
A nip and tuck third quarter had six lead changes with Sequim finally taking control at 41-39.
The Wolves rattled off 13 straight points to end the period with a 10-point advantage -- 49-39.
Jayson Brocklesby had 8 of his 15 markers and Gabe Carter nailed 10 of his 13 points in the decisive quarter.
Port Townsend never got closer than 6 points in the final period and fell to 2-9 overall and 1-8 in Olympic League boys play.
Jacob DeBerry paced the Redskins with 12 points and Matt Juran had 8.
Sequim improved to 11-3 overall and 7-2 in league.
The Wolves host Port Angeles Thursday.

Scoring by Quarters:
PT - 13 16 10 16 - 55
Seq - 14 15 20 13 - 62

Port Townsend (55) -- Hab Rubio, Seiji Thielk 5, Kyle Kelly 20, Kylen Solvik 7, Robert Ristick 3, Matt Juran 8, Luke Coppenrath, Chris Shively, Jacob DeBerry 12.
Sequim (62) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 4, Kenny Meier 8, Gabe Carter 13, Corbin Webb 6, Jayson Brocklesby 15, Tim Guan 6, Ryan Pinza, Nick Camporini 10, Dylan Eekoff.

10 11 Girls Basketball game 14 - Sequim 49, Port Townsend 36

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim girls 49, Port Townsend 36

January 12th, 2011 - 3:40am
(Sequim) -- The Sequim Lady Wolves scored a 49-36 victory over the Port Townsend Redskins Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Port Townsend led 13-9 after the first quarter, but went stone-cold in the second period, scoring just one basket, as Sequim pressed its way to 12 consecutive points and a 25-15 halftime advantage.
Sequim increased the lead to 34-19 after a slow moving third quarter. The Lady Wolves managed to convert 10 of 24 fourth quarter free throws and improved to 9-5 overall and 6-3 in Olympic League play.
Port Townsend's girls fell to 6-7 overall and 5-5 in league.
Lea Hopson and Rylleigh Zbaraschuk had 12 points apiece for Sequim and Taylor Balkan added 11. 

The Redskins' Kerri Evalt scored 12 and Kiley Maag had 10 markers.

Scoring by Quarters:
PT - 13 2 4 17 - 36
Seq - 9 16 9 15 - 49

Port Townsend (36) -- Jewell Johnson 1, Chelsea Whipple, Kerri Evalt 12, Irina Lyons, Kiley Maag 10, Caroline Dowdle 6, Lydia Young, Bella Garrison-Fox 4, Codi Hallinan 2, Gabbi Hossack 1, Kaile Phillips.
Sequim (49) -- Taylor Balkan 11, Columbia Haupt, Lea Hopson 12, Haleigh Harrison 4, Melanie Guan 4, Lindsey Soha 2, Madison Hamer, Demiree Briones 2, Alexis Besand 2, Rylleigh Zbaraschuk 12.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 13 -- Sequim 64, Olympic 60

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 64, Olympic 60

January 6th, 2011 - 11:19pm
(Sequim) -- Nick Camporini scored 17 points and buried 4 triples, including the final lead-changing basket with 5:33 left as the Sequim Wolves to beat the Olympic Trojans 64-60 Thursday.
Sequim improved to 10-3 overall and 6-2 in Olympic League play, while Olympic High dropped to 5-6 overall and 4-4 in league.
The Wolves had a 20-8 bulge with a minute gone in the second period.
The Trojans rallied with a 13-4 run, tying the game at 21 with 3:49 left in the half on Daniel Sullivan's trey.
Sequim's Gabe Carter swished a buzzer-beating triple, sending the Wolves to the locker room with a 31-28 intermission lead.
Carter, who finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds, repeated the feat as his 3-ball beat the third quarter klaxon for a 43-41 Sequim advantage.
Olympic took the lead 47-46 with 6 minutes left on sophomore Quentin Phillips drive to the hoop.
Phillips finished as the game-high scorer with 25.
Jason Brocklesby, who scored 15 points and pulled down 12 rebounds, downed a trey with 4:40 left that put Sequim ahead 52-47.
The Wolves canned 10 of 14 fourth quarter free throws and the Trojans could only manage to close within 2 on three more occasions.
Qui Jan Otis paced Olympic with 10 and Chris Campbell had 9 points.
Corbin Webb scored 10 for the Wolves and Kenny Meier had 8.
Sequim will host a Tuesday night girls and boys doubleheader with Port Townsend at Rick Kaps Gym.
Scoring by Quarters:
Oly - 8 20 13 19 -- 60
Seq - 14 17 12 21 -- 64
Olympic (60) -- Chris Campbell 9, CJ Encomienda 5, Trent Gallagher 5, Qui Jan Otis 10, Frankie Calanda 3, Quentin Phillips 25, Ed Muir, Daniel DeJesus, Daniel Sullivan 3, Trey Fullilove.
Sequim (64) -- Evan Hill, Kenny Meier 8, Gabe Carter 12, Corbin Webb 10, Jayson Brocklesby 15, Tim Guan 2, Nick Camporini 17.
JV: Olympic 49, Sequim 37.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 12 - Kingston 74, Sequim 68

PREP BASKETBALL: Kingston boys 74, Sequim 68

January 4th, 2011 - 11:22pm
(Sequim) -- Junior forward Sam Byers led five double-figure scorers with 17 points as the Kingston Buccaneers beat the Sequim Wolves 74-68 Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Bucs remained unbeaten in the Olympic League boys basketball at 7-0, while the Wolves fell to 5-2 in league and 9-3 overall.
Jayson Brocklesby kept Sequim in the game early with his offensive rebounding and connected for 9 of his 20 points in the first quarter.
The Wolves trailed 14-13 after first break, then took a 19-16 lead halfway through the second quarter as Corbin Webb scored 8 of his game-high 27 points in the period.
However, the Buccaneers managed a 10-0 run fueled by baskets from Byers and fellow 6-4 forward Zane Ravenholt, who finished with 14 points. The advantage swung to the visitors at 26-19 with 3 minutes to go until intermission.
Sequim managed to cut the lead to three, but another 5-0 run put the Bucs up 36-28 at halftime.
The Wolves chopped the deficit to 2 at 39-37 with five minutes left in the third quarter before Kingston pulled back out to an 8-point lead -- 53-45 -- heading to the final period.
The visitors extended the advantage to an many as 13 in the late going before a series of Sequim treys by Webb and Gabe Carter closed the final gap.
George Hill paced the Buccaneers with 16, Richie Sander added 12 and 6-9 senior transfer Derek Burgess put in 10 points.
Carter had 10 points for Sequim and Nick Camporini had 6.
Sequim will host the Olympic Trojans Thursday night, while Kingston will visit Port Angeles Friday.
Scoring by Quarters:
King - 14 22 17 21 - 74
Sequ - 13 15 17 23 - 68
Kingston (74) -- Tucker Bowman 3, Cody Combs, Jon George, Richie Sander 12, KT Deam 2, George Hill 16, Sam Byers 17, Zane Ravenholt 14, Brady Sundquist, Derek Burgess 10.
Sequim (68) -- Evan Hill, Kenny Meier 5, Gabe Carter 10, Corbin Webb 27, Jayson Brocklesby 20, Tim Guan, Nick Camporini 6.
JV: Kingston 47, Sequim 29.