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Saturday, January 28, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 17 - Sequim 68, North Kitsap 47

Sequim boys conquer Vikings 68-47

January 27th, 2012 - 11:22pm
(Sequim) -- The Sequim High Wolves boys basketball team defeated North Kitsap 68-47 Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Junior Jayson Brocklesby led 3 double-figure Sequim scorers with 24 points.
Sequim (13-4 overall, 10-3 in Olympic League play) led from tipoff to final buzzer against the scrappy and hustling Vikings.
Brocklesby had 9 counters in the first period as the Wolves had a 17-10 advantage at the first break.
Senior Corbin Webb returned to action after an ankle sprain suffered Tuesday at Klahowya and scored 12 of his 14 points in the first half.
Junior Gabe Carter tallied 9 of his 11 markers before halftime as Sequim led by 15 at intermission -- 36-21.
Sequim reserves played a majority of the second half as sophomore Anthony Pinza and freshman Alex Barry scored 6 points apiece.
North Kitsap (4-11 overall, 4-8 in Olympic League play) got 12 points from Kendal Gill and 10 points apiece from Sebastian Ford and Adam Lemmon.
Sequim is idle Tuesday and will host Kingston Friday and Bremerton next Saturday.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.K. - 10 11 10 16 - 47
Seq. - 17 19 18 14 - 68
North Kitsap (47) -- Riley Lindsey 7, Danny Mitchell, Mitch Adams, Noah Harrell 4, Sebastian Ford 10, Jacob Hill, Kendal Gill 12, Trevor Waller 4, Andrew Urquhart, Adam Lemmon 10, Riley Curtis-Stroeder.
Sequim (68) -- Anthony Pinza 6, Evan Hill, Alex Barry 6, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 24, Tim Guan, Frank Catelli 3, Christian Cruz 2, Gabe Carter 11, Corbin Webb 14, Rory Kaleppa 2.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 46, North Kitsap 38.
C-Team: North Kitsap 43, Sequim 35.
Girls game at Poulsbo: North Kitsap 62, Sequim 36.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 16 - Sequim 64, North Mason 37

Sequim drops North Mason 64-37

(Sequim) -- Gabe Carter scored a career-high 24 points as the Sequim High Wolves beat the North Mason Bulldogs 64-37 Wednesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Jayson Brocklesby chipped in 16 as the Wolves led wire-to-wire against the Boys from Belfair.
Sequim (12-4 overall and 9-3 in Olympic League play) scored the first 10 points of the contest before the first Bulldogs hoop and had a 22-9 advantage at the first buzzer.
Carter had 12 markers in the first stanza and 19 at halftime, when Sequim led 41-20.
North Mason (1-15 overall and 1-12 in Olympic League) was topped by the 12 point effort of Anthony Price.
The Wolves will host North Kitsap Friday night.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.M.- 09 11 09 08 - 37
Seq - 22 19 16 07 - 64
North Mason (37) -- Anthony Price 12, Riley McKean 7, Evan Daley 3, Will Crummey 4, Andrew Burggraaf, C.J. Allen, Austin Sandquist 6, Levi Rowland 2, Davontea Davenport 3.
Sequim (64) -- Anthony Pinza, Evan Hill 3, Alex Barry 8, Austin Law, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 16, Tim Guan 6, Frank Catelli 2, Christian Cruz 5, Dylan Eekoff, Gabe Carter 24, Jared McMinn.
Boys Junior Varsity: Sequim 51, North Mason 28.
Girls Score at Belfair: Sequim 44, North Mason 30.

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 15 - Klahowya 61, Sequim 46

Klahowya 61, Sequim 46
(Silverdale) -- Clark Rose scored 20 points and Josh Ganowski added 15 as the Klahowya Eagles ripped the Sequim Wolves 61-46 Tuesday night.
The Eagles avenged a 56-31 whipping by Sequim on December 14th at Rick Kaps Gym, when Rose was held scoreless.
The game was nip and tuck early with the Eagles holding a 13-12 edge at the first break.
Sequim's Corbin Webb connected for 7 early points, but suffered an apparent ankle sprain in the second quarter and was forced from the contest.
Gabe Carter was Sequim's team-high scorer with 19 points and Jayson Brocklesby chipped in 12 tallies.
The Eagles took a 4-point lead into halftime at 29-25. Sequim trailed by 8 going into the final quarter 41-33 and got no closer than 6 in the final stanza.
Sequim dropped to 11-4 on the season and 8-3 in Olympic League action, tied for second place with Port Angeles, a 68-65 victor over Bremerton.
Klahowya improved to 6-8 on the campaign, 6-4 in Olympic League games.
Sequim hosts the North Mason Bulldogs Wednesday at Rick Kaps Gym for a makeup game originally scheduled last week.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 12 13 08 13 - 46
Kla - 13 16 12 20 - 61
Sequim (46) -- Anthony Pinza 2, Evan Hill 4, Alex Barry 2, Jayson Brocklesby 12, Tim Guan, Frank Catelli, Gabe Carter 19, Corbin Webb 7.
Klahowya (61) -- Carlos Vallejo 10, Drew Fagan 7, Josh Ganowski 15, Mike Ward 2, Cody Roberts, Matt Van Vleet, Clark Rose 20, Rob Campos 2, Mitch Flowers 5.
Girls game at Sequim: Sequim 42, Klahowya 37.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 46, Klahowya 32.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 14 - Sequim 48, Port Angeles 32

Sequim boys drop Port Angeles 48-32

January 14th, 2012 - 1:21am
(Port Angeles) -- Corbin Webb scored 15 points and Jayson Brocklesby added 11 as the Sequim High Wolves boys basketball team defeated Port Angeles 48-32 Friday night at the Rider Gym.
The two squads came into the game deadlocked for second place in the Olympic League and the victory kept the Wolves a game behind first-place Kingston, a 65-31 victor over North Kitsap.
A superlative effort by Sequim's defense held PA to just 7 points in each of the opening 3 quarters.
Sequim (11-3 overall and 8-2 in Olympic League play) led 12-7 at the first quarter break, after the Riders' first basket came on Cole Uvila's klaxon-beating triple, eight minutes into the contest.
The sharpshooting Uvila had five triples and was the game-high scorer with 17 markers.
Port Angeles (11-3 overall and 7-3 in Olympic League play) was paced by Hayden McCartney and Marshall Elliott with 6 points apiece.
The Wolves led 26-14 at halftime. Sequim extended the lead to 20 points midway through the third period before Uvila nailed another trey to beat the third quarter buzzer and cut the deficit to 36-21.
Gabe Carter contributed 7 points for the Wolves, while Evan Hill, Alex Barry and Frank Catelli chipped in 4 points each.
Sequim hosts North Mason Tuesday, while Port Angeles hosts Olympic.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 12 14 10 12 - 48
P.A.- 07 07 07 11 - 32
Sequim (48) -- Anthony Pinza, Evan Hill 4, Alex Barry 4, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 11, Tim Guan 3, Frank Catelli 4, Christian Cruz, Dylan Eekoff, Gabe Carter 7, Corbin Webb 15, Jared McMinn.
Port Angeles (32) -- Cameron Braithwaite, Keenen Walker 2, Reggie Burke, Hayden McCartney 6, Cole Uvila 17, Marshall Elliott 6, Jordan Norberg, Derek Schumacher, Garrett Payton 1.

11 12 Girls Basketball Game 14 - Port Angeles 52, Sequim 27

Port Angeles 52, Sequim 27


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(Port Angeles) -- The Port Angeles Roughriders girls basketball team topped the Sequim Wolves 52-27 Friday night in the first meeting of the year for the archrivals.
PA took a 26-17 halftime lead, then outscored Sequim 15-1 in the third period to put the game away.
Port Angeles was led in scoring by Paxton Rodocker with 11, while Maddy Hinrichs and Bailee Jones added 9 points each. 
Kia Jones came off the Rider bench to score 11. 
Caitlin Stofferahn led Sequim with 9, but the Wolves shot just 6 of 34 from the field for 18 percent and had 22 turnovers.
The win pushed the Riders past North Kitsap into third place in the league standings.


Scoring by Quarters:


Seq - 05 12 01 09 - 27
P.A.- 14 12 15 11 - 52


Sequim (27) - Taylor Balkan 6, Columbia Haupt 2, Haleigh Harrison 2, Demarie Briones, Hannah Hudson 1, Madison Hamer 3, Alexis Besand 2, Caitlin Stofferahn 9


Port Angeles (52) - Mariah Fraser 4, Paxton Rodocker 11. Madison Hinrichs 9, Bailee Jones 9, Macy Walker 2, Kiah Jones 11, Krista Johnson 2, Kate Moseley 4

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 13 - Sequim 59, Port Townsend 41

Sequim boys stop Port Townsend 59-41

January 10th, 2012 - 10:57pm


(Port Townsend) -- Jayson Brocklesby scored 22 points and Corbin Webb added 21 as the Sequim High Wolves beat the Port Townsend Redskins 59-41 Tuesday night at Bruce Blevins Gym.
Sequim (10-3 overall and 7-2 in Olympic League play) trailed by one point at both the end of the first period -- 14-13 -- and at intermission --31-30.
Port Townsend (2-11 overall and 1-9 in Olympic League play) kept things interesting in the first half by connecting on five treys -- 3 by Luke Coppenrath and 2 by Kyle Kelly.
The Wolves ramped up their defense in the second half and the Redskins cooled from beyond the arc, as Sequim outscored Port Townsend 29-10 in the final two periods.
Coppenrath had a team-high 9 points for Townsend, while Kelly and Paul Spaltenstein chipped in 8 points apiece.
Sequim will visit Port Angeles Friday night and Port Townsend hosts Chimacum Saturday.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 13 17 13 16 -- 59
PT - 14 17 06 04 -- 41
Sequim (59) -- Anthony Pinza, Evan Hill 5, Alex Barry 7, Austin Law, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 22, Tim Guan, Frank Catelli 4, Dylan Eekoff, Corbin Webb 21, Jared McMinn.
Port Townsend (41) -- Will O'Brien 2, Cody Russell, Kyle Kelly 8, Skyler Coppenrath 6, Luke Coppenrath 9, Jacob King, Daniel Charlton 6, Paul Spaltenstein 8, Brian LeMaster 2.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 54, Port Townsend 35.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 12 - Sequim 62, Olympic 49

Sequim boys rip Olympic 62-49

January 6th, 2012 - 11:59pm
(Silverdale) -- Sequim junior Tim Guan connected on five 3-pointers, scoring a team-high 16 points as the Wolves beat the Olympic Trojans 62-49 Friday night.
Sequim (9-3 overall, 6-2 in Olympic League play) trailed 18-16 at the first quarter break, but outscored Olympic 18-7 in the second stanza, taking a 34-25 advantage to the halftime locker room.
The Wolves repeatedly made the extra pass to find the open man and opened up a 16-point bulge going into the final period -- 51-35.
Corbin Webb had 14 for Sequim, while Gabe Carter had 11 and Jayson Brocklesby scored 10 points.
Olympic (5-6 overall, 3-5 in Olympic League play) got a game-high 20 points from Trent Gallagher and Quentin Phillips added 7 markers for the Trojans.
Next week, Sequim will visit Port Townsend Tuesday and Port Angeles Friday.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 16 18 17 11 -- 62
Oly - 18 07 10 14 -- 49
Sequim (62) -- Anthony Pinza, Evan Hill 5, Alex Barry, Austin Law, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 10, Tim Guan 16, Frank Catelli 6, Dylan Eekoff, Gabe Carter 11, Corbin Webb 14, Jared McMinn.
Olympic (49) -- Quentin Phillips 7, CJ Encomienda 6, Trent Gallagher 20, RJ Neal 4, Brian Tyson 7, Trey Fullilove 5, Andrew Hammond.
Junior Varsity: Olympic 44, Sequim 39.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 11 - Kingston 53, Sequim 45

Kingston stays unbeaten in OL, beats Sequim 53-45

January 3rd, 2012 - 11:35pm

(Kingston) -- The Kingston home court advantage parlayed into nine 3-pointers Tuesday night as the Buccaneers shot down the Sequim Wolves 53-45 and remained unbeaten in the Olympic League boys hoops campaign.
Kingston (9-2, 7-0 in Olympic League action) got four treys from Richie Sander, including three in the opening quarter that gave the Bucs a 15-14 advantage at the first buzzer.
Sander finished with a team-high 15 points.
KT Deam got the hot hand for Kingston in the second period, connecting on 3 triples for 9 of his 11 markers.
Gabe Carter kept Sequim close in the first half by hitting 12 of his game-high 16 points.
Sam Byers scored all 7 of his points in the second stanza as Kingston led 31-27 at intermission.
After intermission, Cody Combs joined the three-point parade, nailing a pair of shots beyond the arc and Sander popped in his fourth 3-ball.
Kingston played tenacious defense in the third, holding the Wolves to just 6 points, extending the lead to 48-33 going to the fourth quarter.
Brady Sundquist scored 10 points on scrappy post moves for the Bucs.
Jayson Brocklesby paced Sequim with 11 points.
The Wolves' Corbin Webb was held to just 6 points on glove-like defense by Kingston's Deam.
Kingston will host Port Angeles Friday, while Sequim (8-3, 5-2 in Olympic League play) visits Silverdale for a matchup with the Olympic Trojans.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 14 13 6 12 - 45
King - 15 16 17 5 - 53
Sequim (45) -- Evan Hill 4, Alex Barry, Jayson Brocklesby 11, Tim Guan 2, Frank Catelli 6, Gabe Carter 16, Corbin Webb 6.
Kingston (53) -- Cody Combs 10, Connor Wall, Richie Sander 15, KT Deam 11, Sam Byers 7, Hunter Jones, Hans Schippers, Brady Sundquist 10, Lucas Mays, George Marinan.
Junior Varsity: Kingston 56, Sequim 35.