Wednesday, January 30, 2013

12 13 Boys Basketball Game 17 - Sequim 72, North Kitsap 57

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 72, North Kitsap 57

January 29th, 2013 - 11:36pm
(Sequim) -- The Sequim Wolves ran their winning streak to seven straight Tuesday night, topping the North Kitsap Vikings 72-57 at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Wolves improved to 12-1 in Olympic League boys basketball play and maintained their first place tie with the Olympic High Trojans, an 84-39 winner over Klahowya Tuesday.
Jayson Brocklesby led Sequim (14-3 overall) with 26 points and 8 rebounds.
He had 8 markers in a slow moving first stanza and the Wolves led 12-4 at the break.
Sequim pushed its advantage to 21-10 early in the second, but North Kitsap's Kendall Gill dropped in a pair of threes to keep it close, the first of his 15 points.
The Wolves were ahead 32-22 at intermission.
Physical second half play:
The intensity and physicality of the contest ramped up as the Vikings continued to rally after halftime.
North edged to within 4 -- 33-29 -- before the Wolves pushed ahead 42-31, a run that included a key trey by Gabe Carter.
Carter finished with 11 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists.
The officials whistled 3 technical fouls in the third frame -- on Vikings Coach Tony Chisholm and a double technical on Sequim's Erik Christensen and North's Riley Lindsey.
After a 17-4 Wolves run, North scored 10 straight and narrowed it to 50-43 at the third quarter horn.
The Wolves' Alex Barry had one of his finest efforts of the season with 12 points and 7 rebounds.
He connected on a pair of triples early in the final period that boosted Sequim's lead back to double digits, where it remained for the rest of the contest.
Point guard Anthony Pinza paced the Wolves with 10 points.
North Kitsap's Jacob Hill had 10 before fouling out with 1:42 remaining.
Tuesday's contest marked the final home game for 7 Sequim seniors: Brocklesby, Carter, Dylan Eekhoff, Tim Guan, Donovan Lee, Jedd Posadas and Andrew Shimer.
Olympic League Scores:
In other Olympic League boys action Tuesday, Kingston whipped North Mason 68-40, Olympic pounded Klahowya 84-39 and Bremerton trounced Port Townsend 71-47.
Olympic League girls scores Tuesday include North Kitsap beating Sequim 44-25, Bremerton downing Port Townsend 59-25, Olympic over Klahowya 52-31 and Kingston ground past North Mason 24-19.
Both the Port Angeles boys and girls were idle Tuesday. Sequim and PA will tangle in a girls - boys doubleheader Thursday night at Port Angeles High School.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.K. - 04 18 21 14 - 57
Seq - 12 20 18 22 - 72
Scoring Summary:
North Kitsap (57) -- Ethan Graebner 4, Riley Lindsey 17, Sasha Straight, Jacob Hill 10, Carson Roberts, Tyler Lee 4, David Perry, Kendal Gill 15, Jarrod Felix 1, Michael Urquhart 2, Adam Lemmon 4.
Sequim (72) -- Anthony Pinza 10, Donovan Lee, Alex Barry 12, Rory Kallappa 3, Jedd Posadas, Jayson Brocklesby 26, Tim Guan 4, Erik Christensen 2, Gabe Carter 11, Andrew Shimer 4.
Junior Varsity: North Kitsap 47, Sequim 39.

Saturday, January 26, 2013

12 13 Boys Basketball Game 16 - Sequim 70, Klahowya 36

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 70, Klahowya 56

January 25th, 2013 - 11:59pm

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(Silverdale) -- Jayson Brocklesby scored 32 points as the Sequim Wolves ripped the Klahowya Eagles 70-36 Friday night.
The Wolves are still deadlocked for first place in the Olympic League standings with Olympic High at 11-1.
The Trojans were a 76-33 winner over North Mason Friday.
Brocklesby broke the 30-point mark for the fourth time this season.
He was 10-for-10 from 2-point range at halftime, scoring 14 of his 25 first half markers in the second quarter.
His night was finished midway through the third quarter with a 13-for-14 mark inside the 3-point arc, adding 7 rebounds and 4 steals.
Sequim (13-3 overall) led 17-11 after the first buzzer.
Looking to run at every opportunity, the Wolves exploded for 26 second period tallies, leading 43-20 at intermission.
Sequim was ahead 57-30 after three frames.
Athletic Wolves junior Rory Kallappa scored 10 and had 6 rebounds.
Erik Christensen muscled his way to 9 second half points, adding 8 rebounds.
Gabe Carter had 9 points, pulled down 9 boards, dished out 5 assists and had 3 steals.
Junior point guard Anthony Pinza had 5 points and 5 assists.
Josh Ganowski led Klahowya with 13, Mike Ward added 7 and Drew Fagan had 5.
Klahowya (4-9 in Olympic League play and 5-11 overall) travels to Olympic Tuesday while the Wolves will host North Kitsap at Rick Kaps Gym.
Olympic League scores:
In Olympic League boys action Friday, Olympic whipped North Mason 76-33, North Kitsap pasted Port Townsend 59-28 and Bremerton ran past Port Angeles 87-61.
In Olympic League girls play, Sequim dropped Klahowya 44-33, Port Angeles beat Bremerton 61-41, Olympic clipped North Mason 58-47 and North Kitsap downed Port Townsend 53-43.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 17 26 14 13 - 70
Kla - 11 09 10 06 - 36
Scoring Summary:
Sequim (70) -- Anthony Pinza 5, Donovan Lee 1, Alex Barry 2, Rory Kallappa 10, Jedd Posadas, Jayson Brocklesby 32, Tim Guan, Erik Christensen 9, Gabe Carter 9, Andrew Shimer 2.
Klahowya (36) -- Jacob Sheets 4, Carlos Vallejo, Drew Fagan 5, Josh Ganowski 13, Alijah Hawley 1, Jerry Landrum, Mike Ward 7, Cody Roberts 3, Jacob Gotchall 3,  Mitchell Knuckey, Connor Schnuit.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 47, Klahowya 29

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

12 13 Boys Basketball Game 15 - Sequim 67, North Mason 46

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 67, North Mason 46

(Sequim) -- Gabe Carter scored 22 points and Jayson Brocklesby added 19 as the Sequim Wolves overcame a sluggish first half and defeated the North Mason Bulldogs 67-46 Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Wolves (10-1) share the Olympic League boys basketball lead with the Olympic Trojans, a 56-37 winner over Kingston Tuesday.
After three consecutive victories over league powers Bremerton, Olympic and Kingston, Sequim lacked its usual sharpness in the first 16 minutes.
The Wolves were up 16-10 after the first quarter, but the fiesty Boys from Belfair tied the contest on four occasions and the lead changed hands 9 times in the first half.
Andrew Shimer's bucket in the paint with 4 seconds remaining gave Sequim a 29-28 advantage at intermission.
The Bulldogs' Riley McKean scored 10 of his team-high 12 points in the first half, including a pair of second quarter treys.
Sequim added zest to its second half performance, energizing a 10-3 run that opened a double digit lead.
Carter smoked the nets for 11 points with 3 triples in the third quarter.
He hit 6 of his 11 trey attempts for the game, adding 7 rebounds and 6 assists.

Carter was also honored prior to tipoff with a commemorative plaque marking his school-record rebounding record.
Carter passed the 1989 mark of 497 career rebounds by Derrin Doty last week.
The Wolves led by 15 going to the final stanza - 50-35.
North Mason was limited to 18 points in the second half.
The Wolves' Alex Barry scored all 7 of his points in the final quarter.
North Mason was paced by CJ Allen with 9 and Anthony Price added 8.
Sequim (12-3 overall) travels to Klahowya Friday, while North Mason (2-13 overall, 1-11 in Olympic League play) hosts Olympic.
Other Olympic League boys scores Tuesday include North Kitsap beating Port Angeles 80-66, Port Townsend over Klahowya 49-41 and Olympic downing Kingston 56-37.
In Olympic League girls play, Sequim beat North Mason 39-34, North Kitsap handed Port Angeles its first loss in circuit play 51-42, Olympic dropped Kingston 49-37 and Port Townsend drubbed Klahowya 47-31.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.M. - 10 18 07 11 - 46
Seq - 16 13 21 17 - 67
Scoring Summary:
North Mason (46) -- Anthony Price 8, Riley McKean 12, Matt Duckworth 3, Evan Daley 4, Andrew Burggraaf, CJ Allen 9, Dustin Mincy, Daniel Burggraaf 7, Davontea Davenport 3.
Sequim (67) -- Anthony Pinza 2, Donovan Lee, Alex Barry 7, Rory Kallappa 2, Jedd Posadas 3, Jayson Brocklesby 19, Tim Guan, Erik Christensen 4, Gabe Carter 22, Andrew Shimer 8.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 52, North Mason 47.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

12 13 Boys Basketball Game 14 - Sequim 51, Kingston 45

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 51, Kingston 45

January 18th, 2013 - 11:57pm

(Kingston) -- Sequim's Gabe Carter and Rory Kallappa hit clutch hoops in the final period Friday night as the Wolves defeated the Kingston Buccaneers 51-45.
Sequim moved back into a first-place Olympic League boys basketball tie with the Olympic Trojans, who were idle Friday, at 9-1.
Although the game was tied five times, Kingston never led until Henry English canned a triple with 5 minutes left, putting the Buccaneers up 41-40.
English, who led Kingston with 11 points, hit a layup boosting it to 43-40, but Sequim's Alex Barry feathered in a hook shot, chopping the Bucs' lead to 43-42.
Sequim got the advantage back for good 44-43 with 2:08 to go on Gabe Carter's putback shot.
Carter finished with 5 tallies.
The Bucs' English missed a one-and-one with 1:49 remaining.
The Wolves' Kallappa penetrated into the lane and rebounded home his own miss with 1:32 left making it 46-43 Sequim.
Kingston point guard KT Deam drove into the paint and found Nathan Carleton alone for a layup, with 1:02 left, closing it to 46-45.
Deam, Hans Schippers and Connor Wall paced the Buccaneers with 9 markers apiece.
Jason Brocklesby found Kallappa free inside, who converted the 3-point play, leaving the Wolves ahead 49-45 with 29 ticks left.
Kallappa scored 7 of his 9 points in the fourth quarter.
Kingston's Deam and Carleton both missed treys and Sequim's Anthony Pinza canned two free throws with 9 seconds left to clinch the Wolves' victory.
Pinza had a career-high 12 points. Brocklesby had a game-high 16.
Early in the second half, Gabe Carter yanked down his 498th career rebound, pushing him past Derrin Doty (1986-89) as Sequim's all-time leading carom leader.
Carter had 11 boards on the night and added 6 assists.
Sequim led 9-5 after a defensive minded opening period and was up 22-21 at intermission.
The Wolves had a two-point advantage -- 36-34 -- at the third buzzer.
Sequim (11-3 overall) will host North Mason Tuesday at Rick Kaps Gym, while Kingston (8-6 overall, 6-4 in Olympic League play) entertains Olympic.
In other Olympic League boys games Friday, Klahowya edged Port Angeles 47-46, Port Townsend dropped North Mason 55-47 and Bremerton ran past North Kitsap 94-72.
In Olympic League girls games, Port Angeles drubbed Klahowya 66-36, Sequim defeated Kingston 46-39, Port Townsend beat North Mason 53-36 and Bremerton downed North Kitsap 37-29.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 09 13 14 15 - 51
King- 05 16 13 11 - 45
Scoring Summary:
Sequim (51) -- Anthony Pinza 12, Donovan Lee, Alex Barry 7, Rory Kallappa 9, Jayson Brocklesby 16, Tim Guan, Erik Christensen, Gabe Carter 5, Andrew Shimer 2.
Kingston (45) -- Connor Wall 9, Beau Rabedeaux, KT Deam 9, Nathan Carleton 2, Mitch Sagdahl, Henry English 11, Hans Schippers 9, Kyle Hamal 5.
Junior Varsity: Kingston 58, Sequim 51.

Saturday, January 12, 2013

12 13 Boys Basketball Game 13 - Sequim 67, Olympic 54

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 67, Olympic 54

January 11th, 2013 - 11:11pm
(Sequim) -- The Sequim High Wolves boys basketball team knocked off the Olympic Trojans 67-54 Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Jayson Brocklesby scored 32 points as the Wolves tagged Olympic with its first league loss and moved into a tie with the Trojans for the circuit lead at 8-1.
Olympic (10-3 overall) opened the contest with the first six points before Sequim responded with an 11-6 rally and trailed 12-11 at the first buzzer.
Brocklesby tallied 7 in the first and added 10 more in the second frame as Sequim led 27-19 at halftime.
Sequim held the Trojans' Quentin Phillips, the league's leading scorer at nearly 20 a game to 4 points in the first half and just 11 for the night.
Olympic's RJ Neal hit for 6 of his 8 points in the third and the Trojans closed to 35-34, completing a 15-8 run.
The Wolves kept composure as Brocklesby knocked down 7 more tallies and Gabe Carter hit a big triple that pushed the Sequim advantage to 41-34 at the third horn.
Carter had 7 points and led the Wolves in rebounding and assists.
Olympic's Brian Tyson, who had the game-winning triple in Silverdale against Sequim in December, led another fourth quarter Trojans rally.
Tyson canned 9 of his team-high 20 markers in the final period before fouling out with 14 seconds left.
The Trojans closed to 47-44, but Brocklesby managed to penetrate the Olympic zone repeatedly in the final stanza, dropping all six of his freebies.
Alex Barry connected on a trey putting Sequim up by 10 with 2 minutes to go.
Wolves point guard Anthony Pinza had a tremendous ball-handling game against the relentless back court pressure from the Trojans.
Pinza connected on 9 of his 10 free throws, finishing with 9.
Oly's Kyle Setten was strong inside for the Trojans and had 7 before fouling out with 4:12 to go.
Sequim's Erik Christensen continued to polish his post moves with 7 tallies.

Jayson Brocklesby now has 3 games this season above 30 points (35, 35, 32).

Ryan Kaps has the record of 5 in 1988-89 (40, 38, 35, 32, 32)

The 35 point games are tied for 6th on the list of Most Points Scored in a game for Sequim.

The 32 point game is tied for 8th, previously done by Kaps (twice), Todd Franklin, Chad Payne, Chad Jacobs, James McCutcheon, Dan Lauritzen and Corbin Webb.
Sequim (10-3 overall) is idle until a road game at Kingston Friday.
In other Olympic League boys games Friday, Port Angeles beat North Mason 68-62, Bremerton downed Klahowya 74-41 and Kingston drubbed Port Townsend 68-36.
Olympic League girls scores include Olympic beating Sequim 46-31, Kingston squeezed past Port Townsend 37-35, Port Angeles ripped North Mason 53-33 and Bremerton doubled Klahowya 54-27.
Scoring by Quarters:
Oly - 12 07 15 20 -- 54
Seq - 10 17 14 26 -- 67
Olympic (54) -- Quentin Phillips 11, Zach Thornton, Tarence Mosely, RJ Neal 8, Brian Tyson 20, Makaleb McInnis 2, Makiah McInnis 5, Kyle Setten 7, Jordan Samuel, Shane Matheny, Andrew Hammond 1.
Sequim (67) -- Anthony Pinza 9, Donovan Lee, Alex Barry 6, Rory Kallappa 6, Jayson Brocklesby 32, Tim Guan, Erik Christensen 7, Gabe Carter 7, Andrew Shimer.
Junior Varsity: Olympic 57, Sequim 52.

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

12 13 Boys Basketball Game 12 - Sequim 61, Bremerton 58

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 61, Bremerton 58

January 8th, 2013 - 11:32pm

(Sequim) -- A pair of potential game-tying Bremerton 3-point attempts clanged off the rim in the final seconds as the Sequim Wolves survived a furious Knights' comeback with a 61-58 win Tuesday at Rick Kaps Gym.
The victory gives Sequim (7-1, 9-3 overall) sole possession of second place in the Olympic League boys standings, dropping Bremerton (6-2, 8-4 overall) a game back into third place.
Sequim will host Olympic (8-0) Friday night for a chance at a share of the league lead. The Trojans romped over North Kitsap 63-35 Tuesday to remain unbeaten in circuit play.
Bremerton outscores Sequim 27-17 in 4th quarter 
The Wolves led by as many as 15 points early in the final stanza.
Bremerton ramped up its defensive pressure and held Sequim to just 10 rebounds in the final half.
Sequim point guard Anthony Pinza fouled out with 2:25 remaining with the Wolves up by 8 at 57-49.
The Wolves' committed 19 turnovers in the contest and the Sequim press break suffered after the loss of their point guard as the Knights continued to chip into the lead.
Sequim's Rory Kallappa hit 2 charity tosses with 44 seconds left -- the Wolves' final points of the game -- leaving the hosts ahead by 7 -- 61-54. Kallappa finished with 11 points.
Bremerton's Mikey Lawrence canned a pair of freebies with 27 ticks remaining, cutting the margin to 61-56. Lawrence had 13 of his 15 points in the final period.
Costly missed free throws
Sequim's Jayson Brocklesby, the game's leading scorer with 24 points, missed a one-and-one attempt with 24 seconds left.
A deflected rebound gave the Wolves possession, but a Knights' steal and a layup by Andrew Shadle pulled Bremerton to within 3 with 15 seconds to go -- 61-58. Shadle had a team-high 18.
Sequim's Gabe Carter, who had 12 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists, failed to connect on a one-and-one attempt with 14 seconds left in regulation, leading to the frantic final seconds.
Frantic finish
Bremerton's Deonti Dixon's missed a potential game-tying 3-pointer from the left wing that was rebounded by Mikey Lawrence, who missed another trey from the right wing.
Shaq Jones tracked down a long Bremerton rebound in the left corner as the klaxon sounded, ending the game.
Big early run for Sequim
Sequim led 18-7 after the first period and continued a 16-0 run into the first 2 minutes of the second period, ahead 24-7 with 5:48 left in the second frame.
Bremerton outscored Sequim 15-6 the rest of the way to intermission, closing to 30-22 at the half.
The Wolves led 44-31 after three quarters.
Boys Scores:
In other Olympic League boys action, Kingston downed Klahowya 64-46 and Port Angeles scored its first league victory, dropping Port Townsend 56-53.
Girls Scores:
In Olympic League girls games, Bremerton drubbed Sequim 50-32, Klahowya beat Kingston 45-34, North Kitsap tripped Olympic 54-39 and Port Angeles defeated Port Townsend 54-33.
Scoring by Quarters:
Bre - 07 15 09 27 - 58
Seq - 18 12 14 17 - 61
Bremerton (58) -- Andrew Shadle 18, Danny Broussard 1, Tarez Mason 2, Mikey Lawrence 15, Marquis Gurske 8, Deonti Dixon 6, Austin Garrett, Terrick Sims 2, Shaq Jones 6, Beau West.
Sequim (61) -- Anthony Pinza 3, Alex Barry, Rory Kallappa 11, Jayson Brocklesby 24, Tim Guan 2, Erik Christensen 6, Gabe Carter 12, Andrew Shimer 3.
Junior Varsity: Bremerton 82, Sequim 52.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

12 13 Boys Basketball Game 11 - Sequim 57, Valhalla (El Cajon, CA) 45

Sequim boys take 2 of 3 games at Las Vegas Tourney

 Sequim 57, Valhalla (El Cajon, CA) 45

January 3rd, 2013 - 6:51pm

Note: The Nevada games were not broadcast, so no audio is available.

Jayson Brocklesby matched his career-high with 35 points as the Sequim High Wolves boys basketball team knocked off Valhalla High of El Cajon, California 57-45 Thursday.
Sequim wrapped up a two-day visit at the Las Vegas area's Foothill Holiday Classic Tournament, winning two out of three contests.
Brocklesby had 18 at intermission, with most of his markers coming on dribble drives and putbacks.
He finished 2 for 5 from beyond the arc.
The Wolves (8-3) led 30-18 at halftime against the Norsemen, who play in the San Diego Section Division 2.
Sequim JV Coach Phil Langston says the Wolves were more patient in Thursday's contest with better ball movement that led to a number of backdoor cuts to the open hoop.
Valhalla (8-4) was a smaller, quick team that preferred dribble penetration with a kick-out pass for a open 3-pointer.
The Wolves, though, outrebounded the Norsemen 35-27 and generally limited their opposition to one shot in the second half.
Gabe Carter paced Sequim with 11 points, most coming in the final minutes on assertive drives to the hoop.
Coach Langston lauded Alex Barry for his rebounding and ball handling.
Anthony Pinza was praised for his passing to shooters.
Rory Kallappa received kudos for his defense on Valhalla shooter David Gazale, who finished with a team-high 15.
Sequim (8-3) beat Bonanza, Nevada 52-46 and lost to Lincoln of Denver, Colorado 67-49 Wednesday.
The Wolves took in a college basketball game between UNLV and Chicago State Thursday night.
The team will catch a flight back to Seattle Friday afternoon.
Sequim hosts Bremerton Tuesday night in Olympic League action.
Scoring by Half:
Val - 18 27 - 45
Seq - 30 27 - 57
Scoring Summary:
Valhalla (El Cajon, CA) (45) -- Kevin Mills 7, Andrew Lozoya 12, David Gazale 15, George Fakhoury 3, Jordan Qsar 3, Cody Gladu 5.
Sequim (57) -- Anthony Pinza 3, Alex Barry 4, Rory Kallappa 2, Jayson Brocklesby 35, Tim Guan, Erik Christensen, Gabe Carter 11, Andrew Shimer 2.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

12 13 Boys Basketball Game 10 - Lincoln (CO) 67, Sequim 49

Lincoln (Denver, CO) 67, Sequim 49 

Note: The Nevada games were not broadcast, so no audio is available.

Abraham Lincoln of Denver, a 5A Colorado school beat the 2A Wolves from Sequim 67-49.

Sophomore guard Michael Sparks connected on 5 treys on the way to a game-high 21 points.

6-foot-9 forward Gabriel Vasquez had 9 of his 13 points in the second half on cuts and slashes to the hoop.

Sequim frustrated Vasquez in the first half with the defense of 6-4 Andrew Shimer and a double down from 5-8 guard Anthony Pinza.

Lincoln led 31-26 at intermission.

6-7 senior Daniel Ebert added 4 points for Lincoln and contributed defensive board help as the smaller Wolves were limited to one shot for most of the contest.

Rory Kallappa led the Wolves with 14 points, all in the second half.

Gabe Carter added 11 for Sequim, Jayson Brocklesby had 7 and Pinza and Alex Barry added 6 apiece.  

Carter also had 6 assists including feeds to Kallappa for inside baskets and Tim Guan for a triple.

Barry, a 6-2 sophomore, was credited for his rebounding by Sequim coaches.

Sequim (7-3) will wrap up the tourney with a game against the Valhalla High Norseman of El Cajon, California tomorrow at 3:40 p.m at Foothill High.

Scoring by Half:

Seq - 26 23 - 49
Linc- 31 36 - 67

Scoring Summary:

Sequim (49) -- Anthony Pinza 6, Alex Barry 6, Rory Kallappa 14, Jayson Brocklesby 7, Tim Guan 3, Erik Christensen 2, Gabe Carter 11, Andrew Shimer.

Lincoln, CO (67) -- Andre Muniz 9, Michael Sparks 21, Jonte Dotson 11, Josiah Dunn 4, Gabriel Vasquez 13, Jose Arenas 3, Daniel Ebert 4, Ethan Christian 2.

12 13 Boys Basketball Game 9 - Sequim 52, Bonanza NV 46

Sequim boys beat Bonanza, Nevada 52-46

January 2nd, 2013 - 3:15pm

Note: The Nevada games were not broadcast, so no audio is available.
The Sequim High Wolves boys basketball team won its first game in Nevada today.
Coach Greg Glasser's squad is competing at the Foothill Holiday Classic Tournament in the Greater Las Vegas area.
Sequim beat the Bonanza High Bengals of Nevada this afternoon 52-46.
Gabe Carter hit a triple with about 3-and-a-half minutes remaining to give the Wolves the lead for good. Sequim hit 8 of 11 free throws down the stretch to clinch the victory.
Carter led the Wolves with 11, while Alex Barry and Rory Kallappa had 10 points apiece.
Sequim JV Coach Phil Langston told KONP that the Wolves had trouble early with a trapping 2-3 zone defense. However, late in the first half, Sequim was energized by offensive rebounding and putback shots by Rory Kallappa and Erik Christensen.
Coach Langston says their effort ignited the rest of the squad to crash the boards and Sequim had an unofficial 14 offensive rebounds the rest of the way.
Anthony Pinza was credited for ball-handling, despite playing with an illness.
Sequim (7-2) plays again today against Abraham Lincoln High School of Denver at 3:40 p.m.
The Lincoln Lancers are 4-3 this season and play in Colorado's 5A division.
According to, the Lancers are led by 6-foot-9 power forward Gabriel Vazquez, averaging 15.4 points a game.
The Wolves will wrap up the tourney with a game against the Valhalla High Norseman of El Cajon, California tomorrow at 3:40 p.m at Foothill High.
Scoring by Half:
Bon - 31 15 - 46
Seq - 31 21 - 52
Scoring Summary:
Bonanza (46) -- Landson 14, Chandler 14, Price 7, Flores 9, Green 2.
Sequim (52) -- Anthony Pinza 2, Alex Barry 10, Rory Kallappa 10, Jayson Brocklesby 7, Tim Guan 8, Erik Christensen, Gabe Carter 11, Andrew Shimer 4.