Saturday, February 19, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 26 - Lindbergh 56, Sequim 53


February 19th, 2011 - 7:40pm
(Tacoma)-- Lindbergh's James Keum scored 24 points, including 3 free throws with 22 seconds left, as the Eagles eliminated the Sequim Wolves 56-53 in the consolation round of the 2A West Central District boys basketball tournament at Foss High School Saturday.
Lindbergh will face Port Angeles, a 62-43 winner over Olympic, in the consolation final at 6 Monday at Foss with the victor taking the district's 6th seed to the regionals Friday at Mount Tahoma.
Keum connected on two treys as Lindbergh opened an early 17-7, on the way to a 19-11 at the first quarter break.
Sequim came back and took a 25-23 lead after a basket by Jason Brocklesby and a Gabe Carter free throw with 2:19 left in the first half.
The Eagles managed a 7-2 run because of Sequim turnovers in the final 1:30 of the second quarter and led 30-27 at intermission.
The Wolves trailed 38-36 after three quarters, despite two treys in the period by Carter, who finished with 19 points.
A Sequim bench technical foul with six and a half minutes left resulted in two Keum free throws and a nine point lead for Lindbergh at 45-36.
Corbin Webb hit a free throw, then Nick Camporini nailed a triple to cut the deficit to 45-40 with 5:55 to go.
Diondre Toms connected from beyond the arc making it 48-40 with 5 minutes left.
Webb answered with his own three, chopping the lead to 48-43.
Carter got the Wolves within two at 50-48 on a triple with 2:30 remaining, then Kenny Meier scored on a layup off a steal to tie the contest at 50.
Sequim missed an opportunity to go ahead after Meier missed a triple, then fouled Keum on a 3-ball attempt with 22 seconds to go.
Keum hit all three shots for a 53-50 advantage.
After a Wolves turnover and a missed Lindbergh one-and-one attempt, Camporini buried a left-wing trey with with 3.7 seconds left as Sequim closed to 54-53.
Dewayne Brown of Lindbergh was fouled and made two freebies, pushing back out to 56-53.
Brown had 14 points for the Eagles, while Toms added 8.
Corbin Webb got Sequim last shot after a timeout but was short on the 45 footer as time expired.
The contest was the final prep game for Sequim's Nick Camporini and Kenny Meier.
The Wolves finished the season with a 17-9 mark.
In girls action Saturday afternoon, the Foster Bulldogs knocked the Sequim Lady Wolves out of the district tournament with a 74-54 victory.

Scoring by Quarters:
Lind - 19 11 8 18 - 56
Sequ - 11 16 9 17 - 53
Lindbergh (56) -- Dewayne Brown 14, Dreante Mitchell, James Keum 24, Herman Clark 2, Casey Huppe 4, Bruce Jones 4, Mario Garcia, Diondre Toms 8.
Sequim (53) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill, Kenny Meier 2, Gabe Carter 19, Corbin Webb 12, Jayson Brocklesby 12, Tim Guan, Nick Camporini 8.

Friday, February 18, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 25 - Kingston 71, Sequim 62


February 18th, 2011 - 8:23pm
(Tacoma) -- George Hill scored 25 points and Sam Byers chipped in 14 as the Kingston Buccaneers defeated the Sequim Wolves 71-62 in a 2A West Central District boys basketball tournament quarterfinal at Foss High School Friday night.
Kingston qualified for next weekend's regionals with the victory and will play the winner of the Port Angeles - Fife game in the semifinals Saturday night.
Sequim needs a victory Saturday at 2:45 against Lindbergh and another win Monday to garner the district's 6th seed into the regionals.
Kingston's Hill knocked down 5 triples in the contest, including a pair in the opening quarter as the Bucs got out to a 17-11 advantage at the first buzzer.
Sequim looked for penetration into the paint by Jayson Brocklesby and Gabe Carter in the first half and managed to get the Bucs' Sam Byers and Zane Ravenholt into foul trouble with 3 each at intermission.
Kingston led at the half 33-26.
Brocklesby had a career-high 26 points for the Wolves, including 12 in the final period and shot 6 for 11 from the foul line.
The Buccaneers kept Byers and Ravenholt on the bench for the opening 5 minutes of the third quarter and reserve Brady Sundquist answered the inside call with 6 points in the period.
A technical foul on Sequim for a substitute violation resulted in a four-point swing to Kingston after George Hill sank a pair of freebies and a basket on the ensuing possession as the Bucs increased their lead to 43-33.
The Wolves trailed by 11 going to the fourth quarter -- 52-41 -- but a six point Sequim run cut it to 52-47 on a Brocklesby basket.
Sequim managed to get within five on two more occasions, but the Bucs answered every challenge.
Byers had 7 critical fourth quarter points on the inside for Kingston.
Zane Ravenholt paced the Buccaneers with 11 and KT Deam had 8.
Corbin Webb had 19 for Sequim and Gabe Carter added 11 markers.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 11 15 15 21 - 62
King - 17 16 19 19 - 71
Sequim (62) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 2, Kenny Meier 2, Gabe Carter 11, Corbin Webb 19, Jayson Brocklesby 26, Tim Guan, Nick Camporini 2.
Kingston (71) -- Tucker Bowman 1, Richie Sander 5, KT Deam 8, George Hill 24, Sam Byers 14, Zane Ravenholt 11, Brady Sundquist 6, Derek Burgess 2.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 24 - Sequim 59, Renton 54


February 17th, 2011 - 1:00am
(Tacoma) -- Corbin Webb scored 21 points, including a perfect 10-for-10 from the free throw line, as the Sequim Wolves beat the Renton Indians 59-54 in a 2A West Central District boys basketball tournament game at Foss High School Wednesday night.
The Wolves will play Olympic League rival Kingston in the boys quarterfinals at Foss Friday night at 6 with the winner guaranteed a spot in the regionals.
Renton will meet a team yet to be determined at Foss Saturday at 11 a.m., needing wins on Saturday and Monday to qualify for the regionals.
Sequim (16-8) rode the hot hand of Nick Camporini, who hit 3 opening period treys, to a 16-11 lead at the first buzzer.
Camporini finished with 11 points.
Renton (11-12) got 10 second quarter points from 6-5 Darren Briggs and went ahead 21-20 with 4:30 to go until halftime.
Briggs was the Indians' team-high scorer with 17.
Webb, who scored all 10 Wolves markers in the period, got Sequim back on top at 26-25 at intermission.
Sequim had a great defensive third quarter, holding the Indians to just 8 points and took a nine-point lead to the fourth quarter on Tim Guan's 23-foot left-wing triple at the buzzer - 42-33.
The Wolves had 12-point leads twice in the final period, on a trey by Evan Hill at 47-35 and a Camporini deuce at 49-37 with 4:27 left.
Renton's hounding defensive pressure and Sequim turnovers made the final minutes interesting but the Indians didn't get closer than 7 points.
Sophomore Gabe Carter had 10 for the Wolves, while Hill and Jayson Brocklesby had 6 points apiece.
Justin Bennett and Colton Hafey paced Renton with 10 tallies each.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 16 10 16 17 - 59
Ren - 11 14 8 21 - 54
Sequim (59) -- Evan Hill 6, Kenny Meier 2, Gabe Carter 10, Corbin Webb 21, Jayson Brocklesby 6, Tim Guan 3, Nick Camporini 11.
Renton (54) -- Earl Cheatham 4, Justin Pienh, Evan Saelee 2, Donavon Saario 2, Darren Briggs 17, Malik Roper, Mitchell Edwards 6, Kareem Martin 1, Justin Bennett 10, DJ Eubanks, Colton Hafey 10, Jonathan Patterson 2.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

10 11 Girls Basketball game 24 - Olympic 66, Sequim 54


February 15th, 2011 - 10:50pm
(Tacoma) -- Olympic High's Shannon Jackson and Jalyn Halstead scored 17 points apiece as the Trojans beat the Sequim Wolves 66-54 last night in a West Central District girls basketball tournament opener at Foss High School.
Olympic advances to the district quarterfinals Thursday at 6 against the third-seeded Port Angeles Roughriders.
Sequim will await either Franklin Pierce, Eatonville or Foster at 11 Saturday morning at Curtis High School.
The Lady Wolves will need a win Saturday and Monday to earn the district's fifth seed to the regionals.
Sequim kept the game close in the first quarter as the Wolves' Lea Hopson had 7 of her game-high 22 points in the period, mostly on long, quick drives to the basket.
Olympic had a 14-11 advantage after the first break and 31-27 at halftime.
Halstead nailed a pair of triple early in the second half, pushing the Olympic lead to nine at 37-29.
Sequim fought back and close to within five at 39-34 on a pair of Hopson hoops and scores by Columbia Haupt and Haleigh Harrison.
Harrison connected for 14 points for Sequim, while Taylor Balkan and Rylleigh Zbaraschuk added 7 points apiece.
The five-point margin was as close as the Wolves would get the rest of the way as the Trojans wrapped it up with 11 of 20 fourth quarter freebies.
Ashli Payne paced Olympic with 12 points and Savannah Quitevis was the fourth Trojan in double figures with 11.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 11 16 9 18 - 54
Oly - 14 17 10 15 - 66
Sequim (54) -- Taylor Balkan 7, Hannah Hudson, Columbia Haupt 4, Lea Hopson 22, Haleigh Harrison 14, Makayla Bentz, Melanie Guan, Maddie Hamer, Alexas Besand, Rylleigh Zbaraschuk 7.
Olympic (66) -- Melia Lagat 4, Savannah Quitevis 11, Kendyl Mussman, Nicole Jones 4, Francesca Taporco 3, Chesa Hayes, Ashli Payne 10, Shannon Jackson 17, Jalyn Halstead 17, Courtnie Burleigh.

Monday, February 14, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 23 - White River 48, Sequim 43

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: White River 48, Sequim 43

February 13th, 2011 - 2:12am
(Poulsbo) -- Billy Kiel tallied 19 points and had a key steal and layup that broke a tie score in the final minute as the White River Hornets beat the Sequim Wolves 48-43 Saturday in Poulsbo.
The victory gave the Hornets the 9th seed into the West Central District Tournament Wednesday at 8 against Olympic at Lakes High School.
Sequim (15-8) gets the 11th district seed Wednesday at 6 against Renton, a 65-45 loser to Franklin Pierce, at Foss High School.
Nick Camporini drained five treys for the Wolves on the way to a game-high 21 points.
White River (9-13) got 11 markers from Jason Tyler.
White River (48) -- Brandon Dove 4, Spence Swigart, Billy Kiel 19, Colton Scott 4, Alex Sayler 2, Jason Tyler 11, Lyle McCarragher 2, Nicco Wolfskill 6.
Sequim (43) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill, Kenny Meier, Gabe Carter 9, Corbin Webb 9, Jayson Brocklesby 4, Tim Guan, Nick Camporini 21.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

10 11 Girls Basketball Game 22 - Sequim 49, Renton 39

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL - Sequim 49, Renton 39

February 11th, 2011 - 11:50pm
(Sumner) -- Sequim senior Lea Hopson scored 16 points and sophomore Rylleigh Zbaraschuk added 14 as the Lady Wolves beat the Renton Indians 49-39 at Sumner High School.
The victory guarantees a West Central District Tournament appearance for the Wolves beginning Tuesday.
Sequim will play the winner of last night's Interlake/Fife game today (Saturday) at 2 p.m. at Sumner for the 9th and 11th seeds into district.
The game was tight early with 3 ties and 3 lead changes before the Wolves moved out to a 12-9 first quarter lead.
Turnovers kept either team from establishing a clear advantage in the first half, as the squads combined for 50 miscues on the night.
Sequim took a 20-18 edge into intermission.
The Wolves outscored the Indians 20-7 in the third period, taking a 15 point lead into the final stanza -- 40-25.
Renton couldn't get closer than 10 the rest of the way.
Haleigh Harrison paced Sequim with 9 points.
Freshman Taylor Farris led Renton with 14 tallies and P.J. Tuiasosopo added 11 for the Indians, who wrap up the season with a 6-13 mark.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 12 8 20 9 - 49
Ren - 9 9 7 14 - 39
Sequim (49) -- Taylor Balkan 2, Hannah Hudson, Columbia Haupt 1, Lea Hopson 16, Haleigh Harrison 9, Makayla Bentz, Melanie Guan 3, Maddie Hamer, Demiree Briones 4, Alexia Besand, Rylleigh Zbaraschuk 14.
Renton (39) -- Kiera Houston, Aylinda Xaykosy, Larelle Hill, Erica Robinson, Vanessa Tran, Tia Bryant 6, Klarissa Quintas, Taylor Farris 14, Shanease Kenner 8, P.J. Tuiasosopo 11, Shaylyn Lanier.

Friday, February 11, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 22 - Sequim 61, Evergreen 60

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Sequim 61, Evergreen 60

February 11th, 2011 - 2:30am
(Sequim) -- Sequim's Kenny Meier scored his only basket of the game on a putback of a Corbin Webb trey attempt with 5 seconds left as the Wolves came from 16 points behind in the second half to beat the Evergreen Wolverines 61-60.
Evergreen's attempt at a game-winning shot began with a 70-foot inbounds pass that was deflected by Sequim's Tim Guan and recovered by the Wolverines' Tuan Le in the left corner.
Le's off balance triple attempt dropped off the backboard into the hands of Evergreen's Christian Sainz, who missed a point-blank putback as time expired.
Bedlam ensued with jubilant Sequim students mobbing their team at center court.
Sequim (15-7) qualified for the West Central District Tournament and will play White River, a 50-47 winner over Tyee, Saturday at North Kitsap with the tipoff scheduled for 2 p.m.
The game will decide the 9th and 11th seeds into district.
Evergreen finished its season at 7-13.
The Wolves led 17-12 with a minute left in the first quarter, then failed to score again for the next eight minutes.
Evergreen scored 18 consecutive points, pushing their advantage to 30-17 before Sequim's Evan Hill broke the scoring drought with a pair of free throws with 1:11 left in the half.
The Wolverines went to intermission ahead 34-21 and scored the first basket of the second half for their biggest lead - 16 - at 36-21.
Sequim chipped steadily away at the deficit, hitting 8 of 9 from the charity stripe in the third quarter and Tim Guan hit a triple at the buzzer, closing the gap to 46-40 going to the final period.
Jayson Brocklesby's hit one of two free throws with 17 seconds remaining that left the Wolves trailing 60-59.
Sequim immediately fouled Tuan Le, who missed the front end of a one-and-one, giving the Wolves possession with 14 seconds left, leading to the game-winning score after a timeout.
Brocklesby and Evergreen's Christian Sainz shared game-high scoring honors with 17 points each.
Webb had 16 for the Wolves and Gabe Carter chipped in 15.
Scoring by Quarters:
Ever - 14 20 12 14 - 60
Sequ - 17 4 19 21 - 61
Evergreen (60) -- Christian Sainz 17, David Ordenana 5, Adrian Sorth 9, Javon Lawson 2, Mikel Abraha 4, Tuan Le 9, Shawn Damey 2, Alex Campbell 8, Deandre Horton 4.
Sequim (61) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 2, Kenny Meier 2, Gabe Carter 15, Corbin Webb 16, Jayson Brocklesby 17, Tim Guan 6, Nick Camporini 3.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 21 - Port Angeles 59, Sequim 49

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles 57, Sequim 49

February 9th, 2011 - 1:13am
(Port Angeles) -- Ian Ward scored 15 points and Tanner Phair hit for 12 as the Port Angeles Roughriders beat the Sequim Wolves 57-49 Tuesday night.
Corbin Webb led Sequim, scoring 12 of his 16 points in the second half.
The visitors had the advantage for most of the defensive-minded first half, Sequim ahead 9-6 after the first period.
Port Angeles took the lead for the first time just 17 seconds before intermission on Ward's first field goal at 14-13.
Ward dropped in 13 of his markers in the second half, connecting on 8 of 9 free throws in the contest.
Phair hit a pair of treys in the third period that helped the Roughriders extend their lead to 34-28 going to the final period.
Sequim closed to within a point at 36-35 on Evan Hill's spectacular driving layup early in the fourth quarter.
Justin Antioquia, who finished with 10 points for PA, hit a triple that put the Riders up 39-35.
Sequim closed to within 41-38 on a steal and high flying layup by Jayson Brocklesby, but the Wolves got no closer.
Brocklesby and fellow Sequim sophomore Gabe Carter had 11 points apiece.
Port Angeles (15-5 overall and 12-4 in Olympic League) converted 14 of 20 from the charity stripe in the last stanza, pulling away for the victory that clinched the OL's second 2A seed to the subdistrict tourney beginning Thursday.
The Roughriders will host a subdistrict contest against the Franklin Pierce Cardinals Thursday night at 7 in the Rider Gym.
Sequim's loss, combined with an Olympic victory over Klahowya 66-60 Tuesday, dropped the Wolves into the OL's fourth 2A seed into the subdistrict tournament.
Sequim (14-7 overall, 10-6 in Olympic League) will face the Seamount League's fourth seed -- the Evergreen Wolverines -- in a loser-out, winner-to-district tussle Thursday night at 8 in Rick Kaps Gym.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 9 4 15 21 - 49
PA - 6 8 20 23 - 57
Sequim (49) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 4, Kenny Meier 11, Corbin Webb 16, Jayson Brocklesby 11, Tim Guan 1, Nick Camporini 5.
Port Angeles (57) -- Rickie Porter, Tanner Phair 12, Kyler Morgan 3, Cameron Braithwaite, Keenen Walker 3, Justin Antioquia 10, Ian Ward 15, Colin Wheeler 5, Hayden McCartney 5, Casey Smith 4.


Seq - 2 pt - 14-24 (.583), 3 pt - 3-17 (.176), Total 17-41 (.414)
PA -  2 pt - 14-30 (.466), 3 pt - 3-11 (.272), Total 17-41 (.414)


Seq: 12-17 (.705)
PA:  20-29 (.689)

Turnovers: Port Angeles 10, Sequim 7. 

10 11 Girls Basketball game 21 - Port Angeles 84, Sequim 28

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL --: Port Angeles girls 84, Sequim 28.

Wednesday February 9th, 2011 1:43 a.m.

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(Port Angeles) -- All-time Port Angeles leading scorer Jessica Madison tallied 23 points as the Roughriders cruised to a 84-28 win over the Sequim Wolves.

The Riders pulled out to a 15-4 first period lead and held off a Sequim rally in leading 32-21 at intermission.

Port Angeles (17-3 overall and 16-0 in the Olympic League) turned up the pressure and outscored Sequim 52-7 in the second half, holding the Wolves without a point in the final period.

Kiah Jones hit for 17, Alison Knowles added 15 and Taylyn Jeffers connected for 12. 

Haleigh Harrison had 10 for Sequim and Rylleigh Zbaraschuk added 9.

Both teams move to the subdistrict tournament, Port Angeles meeting Sumner or White River Thursday at Foster High School at 7:30. 

Sequim (10-11 overall and 7-9 in the Olympic League) will play Renton at Sumner High School Friday at 6 in a loser out contest.

Scoring by Quarters:

Seq -  4 17  7  0 - 28
PA  - 15 17 26 26 - 84

Sequim (28) -- Taylor Balkan, Columbia Haupt 7, Lea Hopson 2, Haleigh Harrison 10, Makayla Bentz, Melanie Guan, Madison Hamer, Rylleigh Zbaraschuk 9, Hannah Hudson, Demiree Briones.

Port Angeles (84) -- Kiah Jones 17, Alison Knowles 15, Macy Walker 2, Shayla Northern 4, Jessica Madison 23, Mariah Frazier 4, Krista Johnson 5, Paxton Rodocker 2, Taylyn Jeffers 12.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

10 11 Boys Basketball game 20 - Kingston 73, Sequim 62

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Kingston 73, Sequim 62

February 4th, 2011 - 11:54pm
(Kingston) -- Zane Ravenholt scored 20 points and Richie Sander hit for 17 as the Olympic League champion Kingston Buccaneers beat the Sequim Wolves 73-62 Friday night.
George Hill connected for 16 points and Jon George added 10 tallies as the Bucs improved to 15-4 overall and 14-1 in circuit play.
Kingston scorched the net on 5 of 7 treys in the opening period, leading 21-13 at the first quarter klaxon.
The Buccaneers led by 16 at 36-20 in the second quarter before Jayson Brocklesby connected on consecutive triples for Sequim and the Wolves cut the deficit to eight at intermission -- 36-28.
Brocklesby was the game-high scorer with 21 markers. Combined, the teams connected on 39 of the 64 first-half points from beyond the three-point arc.
The Wolves got to within six at 42-36 on Gabe Carter's running 10-footer with 4:50 left in the third quarter.
Carter finished with 16 tallies.
However, Kingston pushed its advantage back to 12 points on a pair of hoops in the paint by Ravenholt and a trey by Sander.
Sequim sophomore Tim Guan nailed a buzzer-beating triple as the Wolves trailed 52-43 going to the final stanza.
The Wolves got as close as 7 on a Brocklesby trey at 55-48, but the Bucs answered every Sequim challenge.
Nick Camporini paced the Wolves with 18 points.
Sequim dropped to 14-6 overall and 10-5 in Olympic League action.
The Wolves play at Port Angeles Tuesday needing a win to force a post-game coin flip with the Roughriders to determine the second seed into the subdistrict tournament beginning Thursday.
Scoring by Quarters:
Sequ - 13 15 15 19 - 62
King - 21 15 16 21 - 73
Sequim (62) -- Evan Hill 2, Kenny Meier, Gabe Carter 16, Corbin Webb 2, Jayson Brocklesby 21, Tim Guan 3, Nick Camporini 18, Dylan Eekhoff.
Kingston (73) -- Tucker Bowman 1, Cody Combs, Jon George 10, Richie Sander 17, KT Deam 2, George Hill 16, Sam Byers 7, Zane Ravenholt 20, Brady Sundquist.

Sequim 21-48 (.430) - 2 pt: 10-21 (.470) - 3 pt: 11-27 (.400)
Kingston 25-49 (.510) - 2 pt: 15-30 (.500) - 3 pt: 10-19 (.520)

Sequim 9-16 (.562)
Kingston 13-17 (.760)

Turnovers: Sequim 10, Kingston 8.
Ties: 1
Lead Changes: 3
JV: Kingston 56, Sequim 44.