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.

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