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TACOMA — Sea-Tac League powerhouse Mount Rainier Lutheran beat the short-handed Quilcene Rangers 49-25 on Saturday night.
It was the second win in a row over the Rangers for the Hawks as they beat Quilcene 46-31 on Friday night.
The Rangers were down three starters for Saturday’s game against the one-loss Hawks.
The 1B Hawks’ only loss was 49-41 in nonleague action against 1A Charles Wright Academy.
‘The Hawks are currently ranked No. 1 in the league for a reason and they certainly showed that on Saturday,” Quilcene coach Briana Weller said.
“They have a lot of experience and depth with a 16-member strong team. Our youth and inexperience was no match.”
Sammy Rae led Quilcene scorers with nine, followed by Bailey Kieffer with seven and Andrea Lara with four.
The Rangers next travel to Evergreen Lutheran tonight for their next league match-up.
Port Townsend 43, Sequim 28
SEQUIM — The Redskins earned their second Olympic League dual meet victory of the season as they amassed four pins, a technical fall and two major decisions while the Wolves had three pins and a major decision in the match.
Port Townsend pins went to Shae Shoop at 106 pounds, Jacob Kinney at 138, Tristan Minnihan at 160 and Trevor Garrett at 182.
Earning pins for Sequim were Emily Halverson at 120, Nick Kovach at 126 and Brandon Field at 132.
Port Townsend’s Dillon Ralls won by 20-2 technical decision over Nick Moroles at 145 while teammate Jack Pokorny had a 12-4 major decision over Michael Lattimer at 195 and Alex Reierson had a 11-1 major decision over Nathan Allison at 220.
Sequim’s Brett Wright earned a 18-10 major decision over Matt Cain at 152.
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