PREP BOYS DISTRICT BASKETBALL: 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.