Friday, January 30, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 19 - Sequim 48, Port Angeles 37

Sequim boys beat Port Angeles 48-37

January 30th, 2015 - 10:48pm


Sequim senior Alex Barry gets congratulations from Coaches Greg Glasser and Phil Langston, as he leaves the court in the final minute of Sequim's 48-37 triumph at Port Angeles.  Barry had 18 points.
(Port Angeles) -- A 25-6 Sequim spurt in the first 13 minutes proved the difference in Friday's Rainshadow Rumble boys basketball game with the Port Angeles Roughriders.
The Wolves came up with their eighth consecutive victory over their archrivals, 48-37 at the Rider Gym, as the Roughriders could never catch up after the slow start.
A smothering Sequim 2-3 zone defense held Port Angeles to just one basket in the opening quarter -- a hoop by Hunter Hathaway with 3 seconds left -- as the Wolves led 14-2 at the first buzzer.
Crisp Sequim ball movement in the opening frame led to 7 points from Alex Barry, who was the game-high scorer with 18.
Vance Willis completed a three-point play with 2:54 to go in the first half that gave the visitors a 25-6 advantage.
The Roughriders ended the half on a 8-2 run, fueled by triples from Noah McGoff and Grayson Peet, that cut the Wolves halftime lead to 27-14.
The teams traded baskets in the third quarter, Jackson Oliver scoring 5 of his 9 points for Sequim and the Riders' Lambros Rogers had 6 of his 8 markers in the period.
The Wolves went to the final stanza ahead 39-25.


Sequim senior Vance Willis launches a triple that swished through the net to give Sequim a 39-25 lead after three quarters.
Sequim pulled ahead by 14 at 42-28 with 4:44 remaining when Barry had a steal resulting in a crowd pleasing two-handed slam dunk.
Port Angeles remains in a tie for fifth in the Olympic League 2A Division standings at 2-8 (5-13 overall) with Kingston and North Mason.
Olympic beat Kingston 58-54 Friday and Bremerton downed North Mason 53-41.
PA has the tiebreaker over North Mason with a 2-0 sweep in league action and the Riders meet Kingston in the league finale next Friday night.
Kingston beat PA 57-52 in the first meeting of the squads on January 14th.
PA travels to Bremerton Tuesday night facing a must win situation.
Sequim remains in third place in the league standings at 8-3 (13-6 overall), a game behind Olympic.
The Wolves play their regular season finale Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym against the league-leading North Kitsap Vikings.


Sequim players saluted the Super Bowl Seahawks by wearing Seattle jerseys for their warmups Friday at the Rider Gym
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq -- 14 13 12 09 -- 48
P.A.-- 02 12 11 12 -- 37
Individual Scoring:
Sequim (48) -- Dusty Bates 3, Payton Glasser 4, Alex Rutherford 3, Vance Willis 7, Jackson Oliver 9, Adrian Espinoza, Josh McConnaughey 4, Alex Barry 18.
Port Angeles (37) -- Miki Andrus, Grayson Peet 6, Noah McGoff 6, Nathan Angevine, Hunter Hathaway 10, Luke Angevine 3, Lambros Rogers 8, Bryant Frith 2, Connor Heilman 2, John Boesenburg.
Junior Varsity: Port Angeles 47, Sequim 33.

14 15 Girls Basketball Game 19 - Port Angeles 38, Sequim 27

Rider girls topple Sequim 38-27

January 30th, 2015 - 9:34pm
Port Angeles went on a 10-0 run to start the third period and went on to a 38-27 win over the Sequim Wolves on the Rider court.
Sequim is now 5-6 in league play, while the Riders are 4-6 and in fifth place in the Olympic League 2A Division standing, while Sequim is now third, heading to 5-5 North Kitsap Tuesday.
The Riders host Bremerton Tuesday and Kingston Thursday.  2 wins could PA up a notch on the playoff ladder.
Sequim opened a 7-4 first period lead, then 6-1 PA center Nizhoni Wheeler hit six points in the second period as the Riders rode to a 16-11 lead at halftime, the Wolves managing just four points.
Wheeler hit for 8 more in the third period as the Riders outscored Sequim 10-2 to garner a 26-13 third period advantage.
Caitlin Stofferahn led Sequim back in the final period with eight of her 16 points, but the Riders canned seven of 14 free throws to keep the Wolves at bay.
Wheeler wound up with 16, Hayley Baxley helped with 10
The Riders won in spite of 4/37 two point shooting and 2/10 from long range. Sequim was held to 4/23 shooting, 5-19 threes.
Scoring by quarters:
Seq -  07 04 02 14 -- 27
PA --  04 12 10 12 -- 38
Sequim (27) - Hailey Lester 2, Victoria Cummings 5, McKenzie Bentz 3, Caitlin Stofferahn 16, Adrienne Haggerty, Elise Beuke 1.
Port Angeles (38) - Maddie Boe 3, Emily Johnson, Katyn Flores 5, Nizhoni Wheeler 16, Hayley Baxley 10, Natalie Steinman 2.
JV - Port Angeles 33, Sequim 15

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 18 -- Sequim 73, North Mason 48

Sequim basketball sweeps North Mason: Boys 73-48, Girls 48-18

January 27th, 2015 - 10:21pm
(Sequim) -- Alex Barry scored 22 points and Vance Willis added 21 as the Sequim Wolves boys basketball team beat the North Mason Bulldogs 73-48 Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Wolves ran out to a 21-11 advantage with Willis canning 9 first period tallies.
Sequim was up by 15 at halftime -- 36-21 -- as Jackson Oliver had 8 of his 13 markers in the first half.
Barry had 9 at intermission and played a spectacular third period, including three triples and a steal concluding in a breakaway two-handed jam.
The Wolves went to the final period ahead 61-36.
Barry had 13 rebounds and 4 assists, also coming up with 6 steals and 3 blocked shots.
Dusty Bates chipped in 9 points for Sequim, while Payton Glasser and Alex Rutherford had 3 apiece.
Hunter Hohmann had a team-high 13 for North Mason, Daniel Burggraaf added 12 and Matt Becker had 10 points.
The Wolves have won five straight and 7 out of its last 8 games.
Sequim continues its deadlock on the third place spot in the Olympic League 2A Division standings at 7-3 and 12-6 overall.
North Mason dropped to 2-7 in league and 7-10 overall.
Sequim visits Port Angeles Friday, when North Mason hosts Bremerton.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.M. - 11 10 15 12 -- 48
Seq -- 21 15 15 12 -- 73
Individual Scoring:
North Mason (48) -- Nick Vautour, Corey Allen, Trey Fisher 6, Daniel Burggraaf 12, Matt Becker 10, Zach Marks 4, Hunter Hohmann 13, Daulton Geyer 3.
Sequim (73) -- Dusty Bates 9, Payton Glasser 3, Alex Rutherford 3, Vance Willis 21, Jackson Oliver 13, Josh McConnaughey 2, Austin Adams, Alex Barry 22.

Friday, January 23, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 17 -- Sequim 51, Olympic 39

Sequim boys rip Olympic 51-39

January 23rd, 2015 - 11:31pm
(Silverdale) -- The Sequim High Wolves beat the Olympic Trojans 51-39 at Olympic Gymnasium.
Sequim led 14-8 after getting 9 first period points from Vance Willis, who had a team-high 15.
The Wolves pushed the advantage to 33-23 at intermission as Jackson Oliver had 11 in the first half.
Sequim increased the lead to 40-25 with 4:55 left in the third period and led 46-29 going to the final quarter.
Alex Barry paced Sequim with 12 points, 16 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals and 3 blocked shots.
Alex Rutherford had 5 points, Josh McConnaughey added 4, Dustin Bates had 3 and Payton Glasser 1.
The Wolves improve to 11-6 overall and 6-3 in Olympic League 2A Division, while Olympic dropped to 11-5 overall and into second place at 7-2 in league action.
The third-place Wolves came into Friday's game trailing the Trojans and North Kitsap by two games in the standings.
North Kitsap beat North Mason 89-75 Friday night to move into first place. Sequim will host North Mason Tuesday, when Olympic visits Bremerton.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 16 -- Sequim 47, Kingston 35

Sequim boys drop Kingston 47-35

January 20th, 2015 - 9:56pm
(Sequim) -- The Sequim Wolves boys basketball team beat the Kingston Buccaneers 47-35 Tuesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Alex Barry had top honors for the Wolves with 21 points, 7 rebounds, 7 steals and an assist.
Kingston creeped back into the affair after the Wolves led 13-3 after one quarter.
The Bucs evened things up 10-10 in the second quarter, but still trailed 23-13 at intermission.
Kingston held Sequim to a single point in the third period, closing the deficit to 24-22.
The Wolves asserted themselves in the final 8 minutes, finishing the contest on a 23-13 run.
Josh McConnaughey had 8 tallies, Dustin Bates had 6, Vance Willis 5, Jackson Oliver 4 and Payton Glasser 3.
Willis and McConnaughey were the top rebounders for the Wolves with 9 each.
Sequim improved to 10-6 overall and 5-3 in Olympic League 2A Division play, continuing to hold third place in the standings, 2 games behind league leading North Kitsap and Olympic.
Kingston dropped to 5-11 overall and 1-8 in circuit action.
Sequim travels to Olympic Friday night, when the Bucs host Bremerton.
Kingston beats Sequim 61-29 in girls hoops
In the girls game at Kingston, the Buccaneers dominated the Wolves 61-29. No details were reported.

The Bucs stretched their Olympic League 2A Division-leading record to 8-0 and 13-1 overall.


Skylar Bakken had a game-high 17 for the Bucs and Katelyn Carper added 12.
Victoria Cummins had 9 for the Wolves, while Adrienne Haggerty chipped in 7.
The Lady Wolves continue as the third place team in the league standings at 4-4 and 8- overall, hosting Olympic Friday night.
Kingston girls (61) -- Aileen Kaye 9, Katelyn Carper 12, Lily Eckert 9, Josie E. 8, Nichole Day 4, Drew Clark 8, Skyler Bakken 17, Sarah Hamal 2.
Sequim girls (24) -- Hailey Lester 3, Victoria Cummins 7, McKenzie Bentz, Caitlyn Stofferahn 1, Katherine Landoni, Kylee Williams 4, Adrienne Haggerty 9, Jordan Miller 3, Elise Beuke 2.

Friday, January 16, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 15 - Sequim 51, Bremerton 42

Sequim boys overtake Bremerton 51-42

January 16th, 2015 - 10:50pm
(Bremerton) -- Sequim tightened up on defense, allowing Bremerton just 16 second half points in a come-from-behind 51-42 Olympic League 2A Division boys basketball victory Friday night.
Alex Barry led the way for the Wolves with 27 points, 22 after intermission, pulling down 18 rebounds and dishing out 1 assist.
Bremerton led 14-11 after one period and 26-21 at the half.
Donovan Cole had 10 first-half markers for the Knights, finishing with a team-high 14.
The Wolves shot just 6 for 19 from the field in the first half, but had just 8 turnovers.
Bremerton led 35-32 going to the final period, as Barry scored all 11 Sequim tallies in the third quarter.
The Wolves tied the game at 37 with five minutes left, then outscored the Knights 14-5 the rest of the way.
Barry had 11 markers in the final period, including 3 for 4 from the charity stripe.
Jackson Oliver paced Sequim with 6 points, while Payton Glasser and Alex Rutherford had 5 apiece.
Dallas Chapman canned 8 for Bremerton and Jensen Bumanglag had 5.
Bremerton (5-7 overall and 3-4 in Olympic League 2A Division play) will play at Port Townsend Tuesday.
Sequim (9-6 overall and 4-3 in Olympic League 2A Division action) will host Kingston Tuesday at Rick Kaps Gym.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq -- 11 10 11 19 -- 51
Bre -- 14 12 09 07 -- 42
Individual Scoring:
Sequim (51) -- Dustin Bates 2, Payton Glasser 5, Alex Rutherford 5, Vance Willis 4, Jackson Oliver 6, Adrian Espinoza, Josh McConnaughey 2, Alex Barry 27.
Bremerton (42) -- Casey Winderl 3, Tavontay Carter 2, Buddy Gaines, Calvin Cardwell, Jensen Bumanglag 5, Diontae Gilbert 3, Joe Kroger 4, David Rush, Japrea Pedesclaux 3, Dallas Chapman 8, Teni Vaoifi, Donovan Cole 14.

14 15 Girls Basketball Game 15 - Sequim 58, Bremerton 26

Sequim girls rip Bremerton 58-26

January 16th, 2015 - 10:46pm
(Sequim) -- The Sequim Lady Wolves ran out to a 21-3 first quarter and ripped the Bremerton Lady Knights 58-26 Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Hailey Lester led Sequim with 10 points, 8 coming in the final quarter.
Caitlin Stofferahn had 2 triples in the first period and finished with 8 tallies.
The Wolves were up 33-12 at intermission and extended the lead to 43-17 after three periods.
Sophomore Adrienne Haggerty added 9 for Sequim and Elise Beuke had 8 markers.
The Lady Knights were led by Michaela Derda with 7 points.
Bremerton (5-9 overall and 1-6 in Olympic League 2A Division play) hosts Port Townsend Tuesday.
Sequim (8-7 overall and 4-3 in Olympic League 2A Division action) visits Kingston Tuesday.
Scoring by Quarters:
Bre -- 03 09 05 09 -- 26
Seq -- 21 12 10 15 -- 58
Individual Scoring:
Bremerton (26) -- Sophia Smith 2, Brianna Lammi, Liz Lamoureux 3, Ceinna King 6, Alycia Heriford 2, Michaela Derda 7, Yacsiri Gonzalez, Alyssia 6.
Sequim (58) -- Hailey Lester 10, Victoria Cummins 2, McKenzie Bentz 4, Caitlin Stofferahn 8, Katherine Landoni 4, Kylee Williams 2, Adrienne Haggerty 9, Jordan McMinn 2, Jordan Miller 4, Elise Beuke 8, Ella Christensen 5.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 14 - Sequim 63, Chimacum 49

Sequim boys beat Chimacum 63-49

January 14th, 2015 - 11:38pm
(Chimacum) -- Vance Willis scored 19 points as the Sequim Wolves beat the Chimacum Cowboys 63-49 Wednesday night.
The Wolves trailed most of the first half, down 11-10 at the first quarter and 25-22 at halftime, when Willis led Sequim with 11 tallies.
Alex Barry had 12 points, 11 rebounds and 5 assists, only playing a minute of the second period after being whistled for his third personal foul.
In the second half, Sequim rallied, leading 44-40 after three quarters, outscoring the hosts 41-24.
Jackson Oliver scored 8, Dusty Bates 7 and Payton Glasser added 6 for the Wolves, now 8-6 overall.
Sequim plays at Bremerton Friday night.
Girls game
At Sequim's Rick Kaps Gym, the Lady Wolves beat Chimacum 42-28. No details were reported.

Monday, January 12, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 13 - North Kitsap 53, Sequim 50

North Kitsap squeaks by Sequim boys 53-50

(Poulsbo) -- North Kitsap's Ethan Graebner dropped a pair of free throws with 5 seconds left and Sequim's Adrian Espinoza missed a potential game-tying trey at the buzzer, as the Vikings squeezed past the Wolves 53-50 Monday night.
Sequim's Alex Barry was the catalyst for the Wolves' fourth quarter comeback, canning 19 of his 23 in the second half and 10 in the final period.
Sequim trailed 46-40, but ran off 6 straight, tying the game at 46-46 on a Barry basket with 3:09 left.
Graebner, who had a team-high 14 for North, had a steal and a solo layup with 2 minutes remaining, putting the Vikings up 50-48.
Barry tied the score again at 48 with 1:33 to go, before North's Sean Crowell put the Vikings up 50-48 on 2 free throws with 1:23 left.
The Vikings' David Perry downed 1 of 2 charity tosses with 13 seconds to go, leaving NK ahead 51-48.
Sequim's Barry was fouled on a triple attempt with 6 seconds remaining, missing the first of three freebies before dropping the final two, closing the Wolves to 51-50.
Five ties and 7 lead changes early
It was a nip-and-tuck first quarter with the score tied at 12 after eight minutes.
The final lead change came in the second quarter, when North went ahead 17-16.
Vance Willis had numerous baskets on putbacks and drives in the first half, keeping Sequim within striking distance, with 15 of his 19 points coming prior to intermission, when the Wolves trailed 27-25.
North Kitsap went to the final quarter ahead 41-38.
Brooks Ellingsen and Cole Rabedeaux paced the Vikings with 10 points apiece.
Sequim (7-5 overall and 3-3 in Olympic League 2A Division play) travel to Chimacum on Wednesday.
North Kitsap (9-4 overall and 4-1 in Olympic League action) plays at Bremerton on Wednesday.
Girls score
In the girls game at Rick Kaps Gym in Sequim, North Kitsap beat Sequim 54-50. No details were reported.
Boys game scoring summary:
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 12 13 13 12 -- 50
N.K - 12 15 14 12 -- 53
Individual Scoring:
Sequim (50) -- Dustin Bates, Payton Glasser 4, Alex Rutherford, Vance Willis 19, Jackson Oliver 4, Adrian Espinoza, Austin Adams, Alex Barry 23.
North Kitsap (53) -- Zach Olmstead, Sean Crowell 6, Brooks Ellingsen 10, Ethan Graebner 14, Cole Rabedeaux 10, Cooper Lindsey, Calvin Dennis 6, Nate McCown, David Perry 7.
Junior Varsity: North Kitsap 68, Sequim 24.

Saturday, January 10, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 12 -- Sequim 52, Port Angeles 46

Sequim boys defeat Port Angeles 52-46

January 9th, 2015 - 11:46pm
(Sequim) -- Alex Barry rifled in 28 points as the Sequim High Wolves beat the Port Angeles Roughriders 52-46 Friday night in Olympic League 2A Division boys action at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Wolves pulled out to an early 9-2 advantage but a 10-3 Port Angeles run ended the opening quarter in a 12-12 deadlock.
Nathan Angevine had a first period triple on the way to an 8 point outing and Lambros Rogers tallied 5 of his 12 markers in the opening frame.
Barry had two long-range howitzers in the second quarter as the Wolves outscored P-A 14-9, going to the locker room ahead 26-21, Barry with 17.
In the second half, Barry responded to every Port Angeles challenge with another basket, as the Wolves were ahead 40-34 going to the final period.
The Riders' Grayson Peet tied the game at 46 on a triple that was answered by Barry's trey with 1:37 left that put the Wolves ahead for good.
Peet finished with 8 points before fouling out with 12 seconds left.
Vance Willis had a key drive to the hoop for a basket with 44 seconds remaining that put Sequim up 51-46.
Willis and Jackson Oliver paced the Wolves with 8 points apiece.
Hunter Hathaway had 10 points for P-A, while point guard Dustin Bates tossed in 5 and Payton Glasser added 3 for Sequim.
The Wolves extended their winning streak over their arch-rivals to seven games, the last Rider win coming on February 8th, 2011 at the Rider Gym -- 57-49.
Port Angeles (4-8 overall and 1-3 in Olympic League 2A Division play) host Bremerton Monday night at the Rider Gym.
Sequim (7-5 overall and 3-2 in Olympic League 2A Division action) travel to Poulsbo Monday for a matchup with the North Kitsap Vikings.
Scoring by Quarters:
PA -- 12 09 13 12 -- 46
Seq - 12 14 14 12 -- 52
Individual Scoring:
Port Angeles (46) -- Grayson Peet 8, Noah McGoff, Nathan Angevine 8, Hunter Hathaway 10, Luke Angevine 3, Lambros Rogers 12, Janson Pederson 5, Bryant Frith, John Boesenberg.
Sequim (52) -- Dustin Bates 5, Payton Glasser 3, Alex Rutherford, Vance Willis 8, Jackson Oliver 8, Josh McConnaughey, Alex Barry 28.


Total Field Goals:
PA -- 37 percent (17-46)
Seq - 50 percent (18-36)
3-point Field Goals:
PA -- 29 percent (4-14)
Seq - 38 percent (6-16)
2-point Field Goals:
PA -- 41 percent (13-32)
Seq - 60 percent (12-20)
Free Throws:
PA -- 62 percent (8-13)
Seq - 56 percent (10-18)
Junior Varsity: Port Angeles 48, Sequim 47.

14 15 Girls Basketball Game 12 - Sequim 35, Port Angeles 33

Sequim girls beat Port Angeles 35-33 

January 9th, 2015 - 11:53pm
(Sequim) -- Jordan Miller hit a left-wing triple with 5 seconds left, sending the Sequim Wolves to a 35-33 victory over the Port Angeles Roughriders at Rick Kaps Gym.
The triumph by the Sequim girls broke a 15-game losing streak to Port Angeles, dating back to January 19th, 2007, when Greg Glasser, now the boys hoops mentor for the Wolves, coached the Lady Wolves to a 62-49 win in Sequim.
The Lady Wolves lost three games to P-A in the 2007-2008 season, then the streak continued with a pair of losses in the next 6 campaigns.
The Port Angeles contingent in the huge Rick Kaps Gym crowd roared with approval when Nizhoni Wheeler scored to put the Riders ahead 33-32 with 30 seconds left, the first P-A lead of the second half.
Wheeler was held to 6 points by a packed-in Sequim defense, all her tallies coming in the final quarter.
After a Sequim timeout by Coach Evan Still with 18 seconds left, the Wolves' Kylee Williams drove the right side of the lane with 10 ticks left and found Miller open on the left wing for the game winning shot.
P-A's Maddie Boe was short on a final triple attempt as the final buzzer sounded and pantemonium broke out in the Sequim rooting sections.


Caitlin Stofferahn was the game-high scorer for Sequim 11 points, canned 6 of 8 free throws.
Victoria Cummins paced the Wolves with 9, while Adrienne Haggerty and Miller had 5 points apiece.
Lauren Lunt, Emily Johnson and Wheeler had 6 tallies each for the Roughriders.
Port Angeles (5-7 overall and 1-3 in Olympic League 2A division play) travels to Bremerton Monday night, when the Wolves (6-6 overall and 3-2 in Olympic League action) host North Kitsap.
Scoring by Quarters:
PA -- 09 04 09 11 -- 33
Seq - 05 13 10 07 -- 35
Individual Scoring:
Port Angeles (33) -- Maddie Boe 2, Lauren Lunt 6, Emily Johnson 4, Natalie Steinman 4, Katyn Flores 6, Hayley Baxley 5, Kiana Robideau, Nizhoni Wheeler 6.
Sequim (35) -- Hailey Lester, Victoria Cummins 9, McKenzie Bentz 3, Caitlin Stofferahn 11, Katherine Landoni, Kylee Williams, Adrienne Haggerty 5, Jordan Miller 5, Elise Beuke 2.


Total Field Goals:
PA -- 20 percent (11-56)
Seq - 28 percent (12-43)
3-point Field Goals:
PA -- 10 percent (2-20)
Seq - 21 percent (3-14)
2-point Field Goals:
PA -- 25 percent (9-36)
Seq - 31 percent (9-29)
Free Throws:
PA -- 69 percent (9-13)
Seq - 50 percent (8-16)
Junior Varsity: Port Angeles 36, Sequim 29 (OT)

Thursday, January 8, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 11 -- Sequim 84, Neah Bay 64

Barry hits for 37 as Sequim beats Neah Bay

(Neah Bay) -- Alex Barry scored a career-high 37 points as the Sequim Wolves knocked off previously unbeaten Neah Bay 84-64 Wednesday night.
The 2A Wolves raced out to a 23-12 advantage as Barry tallied 10 first quarter points.
Neah Bay, the top-ranked 1B team in Washington, closed to 25-22, but the Wolves surged into intermission on a 21-9 run, leading 46-31 after 16 minutes, Barry with 20 points.
Sequim pushed the lead to 20 before Neah Bay closed within 16 after three quarters -- 60-44.
Red Devil guard Abe Venske had a team-high 28 markers, including 13 of 15 free throws.
Neah Bay managed one final push, getting the lead down to 10, but Barry poured in 10 fourth period points and the Wolves pulled away again.
Payton Glasser and Jackson Oliver paced Sequim with a dozen points apiece and Dustin Bates added 10.
Jongi Claplanhoo had 10 for the Red Devils, while John Reamer and Kendrick Doherty added 8 apiece.
Barry's 37 markers tied a 1997-98 effort by Chad Jacobs as the fourth highest single-game scoring performance in Sequim history.
Jacobs had the school record of 41 against North Kitsap, also in 1997-98.
Neah Bay (5-1 overall) hosts Crescent for a girls-boys twin bill Friday, when Sequim (6-5 overall) meets Port Angeles at Rick Kaps Gym , also for a girls-boys doubleheader.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 23 23 14 24 -- 84
N.B.- 12 19 13 20 -- 64
Individual Scoring:
Sequim boys (84) -- Dustin Bates 10, Payton Glasser 12, Alex Rutherford, Vance Willis 9, Jackson Oliver 12, Adrian Espinoza, Josh McConnaughey 2, Austin Adams 2, Alex Barry 37, Jack Shea.
Neah Bay boys (64) -- Cameron Buzzell, Abe Venske 28, Xavier Johnson, John Reamer 8, Jericho McGimpsey 5, Jongi Claplanhoo 10, Kendrick Doherty 8, Chris Martinez 2, Ryan Moss 3, Rweha Munyagi, Ole Nedderhoff.

14 15 Girls Basketball Game 11 - Neah Bay 57, Sequim 38

Neah Bay girls drop Sequim 57-38

(Neah Bay) -- The fourth-ranked 1B Neah Bay girls downed 2A Sequim 57-38 Wednesday night.
Kaela Tyler scored 27 points and Faye Chartraw added 20 for the Red Devils, now 5-0 overall.
Neah Bay led 11-7 after the first period and 24-20 at halftime, as the Wolves kept things close.
Kylee Williams led Sequim with 9 points, Adrienne Haggerty had 8, Vicky Cummins 7 and Elise Beuke added 6 for the Wolves, now 5-6 overall.
Neah Bay was ahead 39-32 after 3 periods, but closed the contest on an 18-6 run.
Sequim hosts Port Angeles Friday, when Neah Bay entertains Crescent.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 07 13 12 06 -- 38
N.B.- 11 13 15 18 -- 57
Individual Scoring:
Sequim girls (38) -- Alyse Armstrong 1, Hailey Lester, Victoria Cummins 7, McKenzie Bentz, Katherine Landoni, Kylee Williams 9, Adrienne Haggerty 8, Jordan McMinn, Jordan Miller 5, Elise Beuke 6, Ella Christiansen 2.
Neah Bay girls (57) -- Kiawna Doherty 1, Hailey Greene 2, Jessica Greene 1, Holly Greene, Kaela Tyler 27, Gina McCaulley 1, Faye Chartraw 20, Tristin Johnson 5.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

14 15 Boys Basketball Game 10 - North Mason 60, Sequim 53

North Mason beats Sequim boys 60-53

(Belfair) -- Matt Becker scored 12 of his 23 points in the final quarter as the North Mason Bulldogs downed the Sequim Wolves 60-53 Tuesday night.
Daulton Geyer scorched the nets for 5 triples in a 17 point effort for the Bulldogs, who broke an eight-game losing skein against the Wolves.
North Mason took the lead 6-5 early and never relinquished the advantage, leading 15-8 at the first buzzer.
The Bulldogs continued a 22-7 run and were ahead 24-12, before a 13-5 spurt by the Wolves closed the gap to 29-25 at intermission.
Sequim's Alex Barry had a team-high 16 points, 11 in the first half.
The Wolves closed to within a point on two occasions early in the third frame, but Geyer fired in consecutive howitzers to put the Bulldogs up 43-35 going to the final stanza.
Jackson Oliver had 4 treys for Sequim, tallying 12 markers.
North Mason pushed the lead to 13 points, but a Sequim press in the final minutes closed the final score within single digits.
Prior to Tuesday, North Mason's last win over Sequim was in an Olympic League post-season tournament game at Klahowya Secondary School on February 19th, 2010 -- 41-33.
Sequim (5-5 overall and 2-2 in Olympic League 2A division play) has lost four straight and travels to Neah Bay for a boys and girls doubleheader Wednesday beginning at 5 p.m.
North Mason (5-5 overall and 1-2 in league action) plays at Bremerton Friday.
Girls game
In the girls game at Rick Kaps Gym, Sequim defeated North Mason 72-38. No details were reported.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 08 17 10 18 -- 53
N.M.- 15 14 14 17 -- 60
Individual Scoring:
Sequim (53) -- Dustin Bates 3, Payton Glasser 6, Alex Rutherford, Vance Willis 5, Jackson Oliver 12, Adrian Espinoza, Josh McConnaughey 11, Austin Adams, Alex Barry 16.
North Mason (60) -- Nick Vautour, Corey Allen, Kevin Burrell-Briggs, Trey Fisher 7, Daniel Burggraaf 8, Matt Becker 23, Hunter Hohmann 5, Daulton Geyer 17.
Junior Varsity: North Mason 42, Sequim 34.