SPORTS: Sequim boys basketball drops first game; other prep reports

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BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — Jayson Brocklesby opened the 2012 season with 23 points but 2A Olympic League favorite Sequim fell to up-and-coming 3A Bainbridge in boys basketball action.

Joey Blacker dropped in 24 points to lead the Spartans to the 84-67 nonleague victory Tuesday night.

Brocklesby made 5-of-7 shots from 3-point range to lead the Wolves while 6-foot-4 junior Rory Kallappa swished in 20 points.

Alex Barry added 10 points to give Sequim three players in double figures.

Senior Gabe Carter, who made All-Olympic League second-team honors along with Brocklesby last year, opened the year with six points.

Bainbridge took a 40-28 lead into halftime and never looked back despite the Wolves closing the gap to 56-50 at the end of three periods.

A 28-17 fourth-quarter score ended any hope of Sequim catching Bainbridge.

The Wolves next will host Port Townsend on Friday night.



Bainbridge 84, Sequim 67

Sequim 12 16 22 17— 67

Bainbridge 16 24 16 28— 84

Individual scoring

Sequim (67)

Jayson Brocklesby 23, Rory Kallappa 20, Alex Barry 10, Gabe Carter 6, Erick Christensen 4, Tim Guan 2, Anthony Pinza 2.

Bainbridge (84)

Joey Blacker 24, Schulte 20, Swanson 11, Dieterich 11, Klausen 2, Shea 4, Gibbs 3, Edens 8, Irish 1.

Chimacum 51, Klahowya 43

CHIMACUM — The 1A Cowboys came back from eight points down in the fourth quarter to win their season opener against the 2A Eagles.

Rafael Pagasian and Kevin Miller scored 15 points each to spark the Cowboys.

Miller had four of his team’s seven 3-pointers in the game.

Chimacum came roaring back to outscore the Eagles 19-4 in the fourth quarter after being outscored by at leas one point in the previous three periods.

Varsity newcomer Tracyn Anderson, a junior 5-foot-9 guard, scored 13 points for the Cowboys.

Josh Ganowski led the Eagles with 12 points.



Chimacum 51, Klahowya 43

Klahowya 12 14 13 4— 43

Chimacum 11 9 12 19— 51

Individual scoring

Klahowya (43)

Josh Ganowski 12, Sheets 5, Fagan 9, Hawley 2, Ward 7, Roberts 4, Knuckey 4.

Chimacum (51)

Rafael Pagasian 15, Kevin Miller 15, Tracyn Anderson 13, Derek Ajax 4, John Carthum 2, Riley Downs 2.

Crosspoint 49, Quilcene 37

QUILCENE — Crosspoint Academy of Bremerton held off the Rangers in nonleague competition Tuesday night.

Michael Cooper scored 17 points while teammate Patrick Wheeler grabbed 15 rebounds to lead Crosspoint.

Josh King and J.J. Smith led the Rangers with 11 points each.

Crosspoint used a 15-6 second quarter to take the lead and never look back.



Crosspoint 49, Quilcene 37

Crosspoint 11 15 8 15— 49

Quilcene 11 6 7 13— 37

Individual scoring

Crosspoint (49)

Michael Cooper 17, Miller 11, Wheeler 8, Pattee 4, Arns 3, Apodaca 6.

Quilcene (37)

Josh King 11, J.J. Smith 11, Tieinens 9, Jordan 3, Steele 3.

Girls Basketball
Klahowya 41, Chimacum 24

SILVERDALE — The 2A Eagles improved to 2-0 on the year by beating the 1A Cowboys in nonleague action.

Klahowya led 25-8 at halftime and cruised to the win despite a 16-16 stalemate in the second half.

Annie Lever had eight points, six rebounds, three blocks and two steals to spark the Eagles.

Klahowya’s Sally Fletcher led everybody in scoring with 10 points.

Lauren Thacker had a team-high eight points for Chimacum.



Klahowya 41, Chimacum 24

Chimacum 6 2 5 11— 24

Klahowya 14 11 5 11— 41

Individual scoring

Chimacum (24)

Lauren Thacker 8, A. Thacker 7, Snyder 3, Cassell 2, Johnson 2, Sutherland 2.

Klahowya (41)

Sally Fletcher 10, Hartford 6, Grozier 3, Lever 8, Leensgra 2, Holt 5, Rouse 4, Honeycutt 3.

Crosspoint 55, Quilcene 18

QUILCENE — Crosspoint Academy of Bremerton had an easy night despite having only six healthy players for the game.

Crosspoint’s Grace Garguile led everybody with 15 points while Desere Doty netted 13 and freshman Kalie Nation added 11.

Nation also had a game-high 12 rebounds and Doty had eight steals.

Sammy Rae and Megan Walker led the Rangers with eight points each.



Crosspoint 55, Quilcene 18

Crosspoint 26 10 10 9— 55

Quilcene 2 5 4 7— 18

Individual scoring

Crosspoint (55)

Grace Garguile 15, Laurion 8, Doty 13, Nation 11, Dandara 8.

Quilcene (18)

Megan Walker 8, Sammy Rae 8, Delores Perez 2.

Last modified: November 28. 2012 5:58PM
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