Monday, February 20, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 25 - Foster 53, Sequim 45

Foster eliminates Sequim boys 53-45

February 20th, 2012 - 7:45pm
(Tacoma) -- A smothering man-to-man defense by the Foster Bulldogs spelled doom for the Sequim High Wolves season in Monday's 2A West Central District basketball game.
Foster held Sequim to just nine first-half points, then moved on with a 53-45 victory over the Wolves and a chance to play Kingston Tuesday night for a spot in the regionals Friday.
Cedric Cooper scored 6 of his game-high 17 markers in the first quarter as the Bulldogs forged out to a 15-5 advantage in the loser out contest at Foss High School.
The teams combined for just 12 tallies in the second period and Foster went to the locker room up 23-9 at intermission.
The Bulldogs managed to extend the bulge to 20 points in the third period on two occasions before Sequim's Gabe Carter and Corbin Webb hit triples to close the gap to 12 -- 35-23 -- going into the final stanza.
Sequim treys by Tim Guan and Jayson Brocklesby narrowed the margin to single digits at 35-27.
Any hopes of a Wolves comeback were quashed by a 3-ball from Foster's Gabe Gutierrez and a Cooper slash to the rack, pushing the Bulldogs lead back out to double digits.
Gutierrez paced Foster with 10 markers and Jimaun Horton scored 8. Frank Catelli, Brocklesby and Webb shared team-high honors for Sequim with 8 points apiece.
It was the final prep hoops appearance for Sequim's Catelli, Webb and Evan Hill.
Sequim finished with a 16-9 record.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 05 04 14 22 - 45
Fos - 15 08 12 18 - 53
Individual Scoring:
Sequim (45)-- Anthony Pinza 3, Evan Hill 5, Alex Barry, Christian Cruz, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 8, Tim Guan 6, Frank Catelli 8, Gabe Carter 7, Corbin Webb 8.
Foster (53) -- Gabe Gutierrez 10, Ablie Leigh 4, Cedric Cooper 17, Jordan White 7, Jimaun Horton 8, Ammar Husanovic 2, Ian Buckmaster 2.

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Saturday, February 18th.

Port Angeles 60, Evergreen 52

Monday, February 20th

Kingston 62, Port Angeles 42

Saturday, February 18, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 24 - Sequim 62, Eatonville 52

Sequim boys stay alive at District, beat Eatonville 62-52

February 18th, 2012 - 12:55pm
(Tacoma) -- Corbin Webb scored 25 points and Jayson Brocklesby added 17 as the Sequim High Wolves stayed alive in the 2A West Central District boys basketball tournament with a 62-52 victory over the Eatonville Cruisers.
The Wolves led all the way in the loser out contest at Foss High School in Tacoma.
Sequim (16-8) had a 13-7 advantage at the first buzzer and extended the lead to 22-11 on freshman Alex Barry's triple with 5:05 left in the first half.
Eatonville managed to cut the deficit to six at 24-18 as Josh Bennett had 5 points in the second period and finished with a team-high 13.
The Wolves increased the gap to 31-20 at intermission as Webb hit for 13 markers in the second stanza.
Sequim continued to play add on in the third period, leading by as many as 19, ahead 48-32 at the final break.
Gabe Carter paced the Wolves with 14 points.
Erik Swartout tossed in 11 points for Eatonville and Brendan Davis added 10 tallies.
Sequim will continue consolation round play Monday at 2:30 against either Fife or Foster at Foss High.
Eatonville finished the season with a 13-11 mark.
Scoring by Quarters:
Eat - 07 13 12 20 -- 52
Seq - 13 18 17 14 -- 62
Individual Scoring:
Eatonville (52) -- Morgan Phillips, Marcos Sanchez 2, Josh Bennett 13, Dalton Hancock 7, Erik Swartout 11, Jared Keefer 3, Eric Mead 4, Jesse Waddles 2, Brendan Davis 10, Zach Fairhart.
Sequim (62) -- Anthony Pinza, Evan Hill, Alex Barry 3, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 17, Tim Guan 3, Frank Catelli, Christian Cruz, Gabe Carter 14, Corbin Webb 25, Rory Kallappa.

Friday, February 17, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 23 - White River 52, Sequim 49

White River drops Sequim 52-49

February 17th, 2012 - 1:01am
(Lakewood) -- After falling behind by 15 points to White River in the third quarter, the Sequim Wolves boys basketball team came back to within one point with 80 seconds left, but ended up 3 points short in their effort to qualify for the regionals Tuesday night.
Sequim lost to the Hornets 52-49 at Lakes High School in West Central District hoops.
Jason Tyler had the hot hand for White River early, cashing in 7 first quarter markers as the Hornets led 13-9 at the first buzzer.
A long Wolves scoring drought in the second quarter ended with a pair of Corbin Webb free throws as the Hornets pushed their advantage to 24-11.
Tim Guan drained a Sequim triple at the halftime horn closing the deficit to 26-14.
The Wolves fell behind 33-18 in the third period, but Webb began to attack the rack and scored 10 points in the quarter, including six charity tosses.
Webb finished with a game-high 23 markers.
A 15-7 Wolves fourth quarter run concluded with a Gabe Carter trey with 80 seconds left, cutting the deficit to 49-48.
Sequim failed to convert two chances to take the lead - a near-miss triple by Hill and a blocked shot on a fast break layup attempt by Carter in the final seconds.
Billy Kiel iced the game for White River with a pair of freebies.
White River (20-5) clinched a regional berth and will play Clover Park in the district semifinals Saturday at 8:15 at Foss High in Tacoma.
Sequim (15-8) will meet the Eatonville Cruisers in the loser out consolation bracket Saturday at 11 at Foss, needing three wins -- Saturday, Monday and Tuesday -- to nab a regional spot.
Scoring by Quarters:
W.R. - 13 13 16 10 - 52
Seq. - 09 05 19 16 - 49
Individual Scoring:
White River (52) -- Brandon Dove 8, Spencer Swigart, Billy Kiel 8, Alex Sayler 16, Dustin France 4, Jason Tyler 11, Lyle McCarragher 11, Sam Schifter 3.
Sequim (49) -- Anthony Pinza 1, Evan Hill 7, Alex Barry, Jayson Brocklesby 8, Tim Guan 3, Frank Catelli, Gabe Carter 7, Corbin Webb 23.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 22 - Kingston 69, Sequim 56

Kingston boys down Sequim at subdistrict 69-56

February 11th, 2012 - 10:17pm
(Silverdale) -- A 14-0 third quarter run broke up a close game and propelled the Kingston Buccaneers to a 69-56 2A subdistrict boys basketball victory over the Sequim Wolves Saturday afternoon at Klahowya.
Kingston rebounded from a 49-46 loss to Evergreen Friday and claimed the third seed into the West Central District tourney Thursday.
The Bucs will play the winner of Tuesday's Eatonville - Sumner game at Foss High School in Tacoma on Thursday at 6 p.m.
Sequim (15-7) lost both subdistrict contests over the weekend, but take the fourth district seed into a second-round contest Thursday at 6 p.m. at Lakes High School in Lakewood.

The Wolves will play the winner of Tuesday's game between Renton and White River.
A strong 18-point effort by senior post Sam Byers led the way for the Olympic League champion Buccaneers.
KT Deam scored 14, while Cody Combs and Richie Sander connected for 11 points apiece.
Kingston (18-4) jumped out a pair of 8-point leads in the opening quarter after a pair of triples by Deam and three inside hoops by Byers.
The Bucs were up 18-13 at the first buzzer.
Sequim senior guard Evan Hill scored seven points in the second quarter and the Wolves chopped the Bucs advantage to a single bucket at intermission -- 28-26.
The wheels came off the bus for Sequim in the third quarter when the Wolves turned stone cold and allowed a 37-33 Kingston lead to balloon to 51-33 before Corbin Webb ended the string with a free throw with 24 seconds left in the period.
The Bucs outscored Sequim 24-8 in the third period and led 52-34 heading into the final stanza.
The Wolves were led by Hill, Jayson Brocklesby, Tim Guan and Webb with 9 points apiece.
Scoring by Quarters:
King - 18 10 24 17 - 69
Sequ - 13 13 08 21 - 56
Individual Scoring:
Kingston (69) -- Cody Combs 11, Richie Sander 11, KT Deam 14, Sam Byers 18, Hunter Jones 4, Brady Sundquist 2, Lucas Mays 7, Nathan Carleton 2.
Sequim (56) -- Anthony Pinza 8, Evan Hill 9, Alex Barry 3, Jayson Brocklesby 9, Tim Guan 9, Frank Catelli 2, Christian Cruz 5, Gabe Carter 2, Corbin Webb 9.

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 21 - Clover Park 66, Sequim 55

Clover Park beats Sequim boys at subdistrict 66-55

February 11th, 2012 - 1:16am
(Silverdale) -- Sophomore sensation Ahmaad Rorie scored 27 points Friday night, leading the Clover Park Warriors to a 66-55 decision over the Sequim Wolves in 2A subdistrict boys action at Klahowya Secondary School.
Clover Park, the defending state 2A champions, will play the Evergreen Wolverines, a 49-46 victor over Kingston Friday, for the 1st and 2nd seeds to the district tournament tonight at 6 in the Klahowya Gym.
Sequim (15-6) will meet Kingston (17-4) for the 3rd and 4th seeds into the district at 4 p.m. at Klahowya.
The Warriors led 16-9 at the first buzzer as Rorie led the way with 9 points in the period.
Clover Park (18-4) opened up a 16 point lead midway through the second quarter as Rorie, Xavier Means and David Crisp contributed a combined 17 markers in the stanza.
Means finished with 12 and Crisp threw in 11 for CP.
The Wolves closed the gap to 13 at halftime as Jayson Brocklesby scored 10 of his team-high 18 markers before intermission.
The Warriors pushed their lead to as many as 19 points in the second half, but Sequim managed to cut the deficit into the single digits at 60-51 in the final minutes.
Corbin Webb had 14 of his 17 counters after halftime and Gabe Carter tallied 13 for the Wolves.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 09 15 15 16 - 55
C.P.- 16 21 14 15 - 66
Individual Scoring:
Sequim (55) -- Anthony Pinza, Evan Hill 2, Alex Barry 2, Jayson Brocklesby 18, Tim Guan 3, Frank Catelli, Christian Cruz, Gabe Carter 13, Corbin Webb 17, Rory Kallappa, Josh McConnaughey.
Clover Park (66) -- Dwayne Crawford 4, Deshawn Johnson, Isom Brown 9, Ahmaad Rorie 27, David Crisp 11, Markael James 3, Xavier Means 12.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 20 - Sequim 58, Port Angeles 51

Sequim boys 58, Port Angeles 51

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Webb scores 25 as Sequim boys beat PA 58-51

February 8th, 2012 - 1:00am
(Sequim) -- Sequim's Corbin Webb scored 13 of his 25 points in the third quarter, keying a 13-0 run that brought the Wolves from behind and eventually delivered a 58-51 boys Olympic League victory over the Port Angeles Roughriders Tuesday night.
Port Angeles and Sequim both finish the regular season with 12-4 league marks, but the Wolves victory completed a 2-0 season sweep over their archrivals and clinched the OL's second seed into the subdistrict playoffs beginning Friday night.
Sequim will play the defending 2A state champion Clover Park Warriors Friday at 8 at Klahowya Secondary School outside Silverdale.
Port Angeles takes the OL's third subdistrict seed and will meet the Sumner Spartans Friday at 8 at Foster High School in Tukwila.
Opening the contest before a packed Rick Kaps Gym crowd, webb canned a pair of triples, Frank Catelli scored two baskets inside the paint and Jayson Brocklesby hit for 5 points as the Wolves jumped ahead 15-6 in the early going.
The Riders countered, hitting the last 7 points of the first period and closed to within two at 15-13 at the first buzzer.
Keenan Walker had 5 of his 7 points before intermission and scored a basket early in the second quarter that completed an 11-0 Rider run with the visitor's ahead 17-15.
Trailing by 3 with 2:30 left in the half, Sequim got a basket in the paint from Gabe Carter, then Jayson Brocklesby energized the home crowd with a breakaway slam as the Wolves regained the lead 21-20.
A pair of Carter free throws left Sequim up 23-22 at the half.
PA moved ahead 30-27 midway through the third period, before Webb triggered a 13-nothing Sequim run -- his 17-footer giving the home squad the advantage at 31-30.
Webb's 23-foot triple completed the string with the Wolves ahead 40-30 with 30 seconds left in the quarter.
Cameron Braithwaite beat the third period buzzer with a running triple that cut the Rider deficit to seven -- 40-33.
Reggie Burke had an excellent second half for Port Angeles, scoring 15 of his team-high 18 points after intermission.
Burke had 11 final period markers as the Roughriders closed to the within four on two occasions in final quarter, but Webb and the Wolves answered on every challenge.
Both PA and Sequim have already qualified for the West Central District Tournament next week after Friday and Saturday subdistrict seeding games.
However, the Wolves will be one of the four top district seeds to earn a first-round bye.
Sequim will be able to clinch a regional berth a week from Thursday with a win at the second round of district.
Port Angeles will need Tuesday and Thursday district victories next week to punch its ticket to the regionals for the second consecutive season.

Scoring by Quarters:
P.A. - 13 09 11 18 - 51
Seq - 15 08 17 18 - 58
Individual Scoring:
Port Angeles (51) -- Cameron Braithwaite 7, Keenan Walker 7, Reggie Burke 18, Hayden McCartney 6, Cole Uvila 9, Marshall Elliott, Jordan Norberg, Garrett Payton.
Sequim (58) -- Anthony Pinza, Evan Hill 4, Alex Barry 1, Jayson Brocklesby 15, Tim Guan, Frank Catelli 4, Christian Cruz, Gabe Carter 9, Corbin Webb 25.
Junior Varsity: Port Angeles 59, Sequim 43.

11 12 Girls Basketball Game 20 - Port Angeles 48, Sequim 30

Port Angeles Girls 48, Sequim 30

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The Port Angeles Roughrider girls topped Sequim Tuesday night, 48-30 in their tuneup for West Central District sub-district play which opens Thursday.
The Riders (14-5) will meet SPSL #1 White River at Clover Park Thursday at 7:30.
Kingston will meet Renton in the first game at 5:30. All four teams will be seeded into the WCD event next week.
Port Angeles led 11-6 at the first break, then Sequim could only get off six shots in the second period and nary a shot hit the bottom of the net and the Riders took a 22-6 lead into the second half.
PA had eight scorers, led by Kiah Jones with 13. Haleigh Harrison had 10 for Sequim, which finished the season 5-15.
Scoring by Quarters:
Pt Ang. 11 11 14 12 - 48
Sequim 6 0 12 12 12 - 30
PA - Mariah Frazer 6, Paxton Rodocker 8, Krista Johnson 7, Bailee Jones 4, Macy Walker 2, Kiah Jones 13, Kathryn Moseley 2, Kearston Cox 6
Sequim - Taylor Balkan 4, Columbia Haupt 5, Haleigh Harrison 10, Demiree Briones 6, Alexas Besand, Caitlin Stofferahn 1, Madison Hamer 2, Melanie Guan 2.
JV- Sequim 41, PA 30

Saturday, February 4, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 19 - Sequim 88, Bremerton 52

Sequim wallops Bremerton 88-52

February 4th, 2012 - 11:41pm
(Sequim) -- Sequim roared out to the first 11 points of the game Saturday night against Bremerton and never let up, thrashing the Knights 88-52 at Rick Kaps Gym.
Jayson Brocklesby led the way for the Wolves with 24 points, including 19 in the first half.
The Wolves led 24-6 after the first quarter and 48-25 at halftime.
Gabe Carter had 13 points for Sequim and Corbin Webb had 12.
Sequim (14-5 overall, 11-4 in Olympic League play) had reserves playing the entire fourth quarter as sophomore Rory Kallappa tallied 11, Anthony Pinza had 7 and Alex Barry had 6 points.
Bremerton (10-9 overall, 9-6 in Olympic League play) got 15 from Deonti Dixon and Mikey Lawrence chipped in 10.
The Wolves 88 points is the 12th highest point output in school history, a mark last surpassed by Sequim's 2000-01 team on six occasions, including a record 101 tallies against Port Townsend.
Sequim will host Port Angeles Tuesday at Rick Kaps Gym, with the winner claiming second place in the final league standings and a bye in first round of West Central District play after subdistrict seeding games on Feb 10th and 11th.
A free mp3 download of last night's Sequim - Bremerton game is available at Dan Kari's Sequim Sports Audio blog.
Scoring by Quarters:
Brem - 06 19 14 13 - 52
Sequ - 24 24 20 20 - 88
Bremerton (52) -- Conner Wales 3, Andrew Shadle 4, Danny Broussard 6, Caleb Petroski 3, Mikey Lawrence 10, Marshall Stevens 5, Deonti Dixon 15, Tarez Mason, Tim Pounds 6, Terrick Sims, Beau West.
Sequim (88) -- Anthony Pinza 7, Evan Hill, Alex Barry 6, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 24, Tim Guan 8, Frank Catelli 4, Christian Cruz 3, Gabe Carter 13, Corbin Webb 12, Rory Kallappa 11.
Junior Varsity: Bremerton 60, Sequim 35.

Friday, February 3, 2012

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 18 - Kingston 67, Sequim 45

Kingston rips Sequim 67-45

February 3rd, 2012 - 11:19pm
(Sequim) -- Kingston's Sam Byers scored 20 points Friday night as the Buccaneers beat Sequim 67-45 and clinched a share of the Olympic League boys basketball title.
Byers used his mastery of post moves around the hoop and dominated the inside game, getting 12 markers in the second half.
KT Deam paced the Bucs with 13, Cody Combs added 10 and Connor Wall had 8 points for Kingston.
Kingston's Byers had 6 first quarter counters, but the Wolves managed to keep it close, trailing 13-7 after one period.
Sequim's Corbin Webb had 9 of his team-high 13 points in the first-half, but no one else in a Wolves jersey could manage more than a single field-goal before intermission.
Kingston (15-3 overall, 13-1 in Olympic League play) had a 24-15 advantage at the half.
The Wolves closed to within 4 early in the third quarter at 25-21, before a 19-7 Bucs run -- including two dead-eye triples by Wall and another by Deam -- left the visitors ahead 44-28 going to the final period.
Jayson Brocklesby paced the Wolves with 9 points, while Evan Hill and Gabe Carter had 7 tallies apiece.
Sequim (13-5 overall, 10-4 in Olympic League play) hosts Bremerton for a make up game tonight (Saturday), needing a win to setup a second place showdown with Port Angeles Tuesday.
KONP's Dan Kari and Coach Phil Langston will broadcast the Sequim - Bremerton game from Rick Kaps Gym with pregame coverage beginning at 5:25 and the tipoff scheduled for 5:45 at AM 1450 or FM 102.1 and online with a click of the Sequim Wolves logo at
Scoring by Quarters:
King - 13 11 20 23 - 67
Sequ - 07 08 13 17 - 45
Kingston (67) -- Josh DeCoteau, Cody Combs 10, Connor Wall 8, Richie Sander 3, KT Deam 13, Sam Byers 20, Hunter Jones 4, Brady Sundquist 1, Lucas Mays 4, George Marinan 4.
Sequim (45) -- Anthony Pinza, Evan Hill 7, Alex Barry, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 9, Tim Guan 4, Frank Catelli, Christian Cruz 3, Gabe Carter 7, Corbin Webb 13, Rory Kallappa 2.
Junior Varsity: Kingston 67, Sequim 53.