SPORTS: Neah Bay girls and boys basketball teams pick up big wins
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NEAH BAY — Three players scored in double figures as the league champion Neah Bay girls basketball team rolled to the tri-district tournament with a dominating 58-15 victory over second-place Crescent on Wednesday night.
The Red Devils held the Loggers to just one point in the second half, zilch in the third quarter, to improve to 12-1 overall and 5-0 in the North Olympic League.
Kaela Tyler led everybody with 19 points on 6 of 11 shooting from the field, five steals and a blocked shot.
Faye Chartraw was right behind with a double-double of 15 points on 7 of 11 shooting from the floor and 12 rebounds.
Cierra Moss also scored in double figures with a double-double of 13 points on 2 of 4 shooting from beyond the 3-point line, 11 boards and a game-high six steals.
Also shooting well from long distance was Holly Greene, making 2 of 3 shots from beyond the arc.
It was Neah Bay’s final home game of the regular season as lone senior Edith McCarty-Corpuz was feted on Senior Night.
McCarty-Corpuz hauled down three rebounds.
Neah Bay outscored Crescent 48-14 in the first half and only 10-1 in the second half. The Red Devils came up empty in the fourth quarter.
Jandi Frantz had a team-high six points for the Loggers.
Both teams advance to the tri-district playoffs with Crescent opening in a loser-out game at the No. 2 team from District 2 on Feb. 9 with that winner advancing to play the Red Devils on Feb. 12 at Neah Bay.
Neah Bay 58, Crescent 15
Crescent 6 8 0 1— 15
Neah Bay 30 18 10 0— 58
Frantz 6, Williams 2, Hartley 2, Christie 2, Belford 3.
Neah Bay (58)
Tyler 19, Chartraw 15, Moss 13, Ha. Greene 5, Ho. Greene 6.
Neah Bay 56,
Sequim JV 32
NEAH BAY — Ryan Moss netted 19 points to spark the Red Devils to the nonleague win earlier this week.
Neah Bay, 12-1 overall, cruised to the victory, leading 30-11 at halftime and 51-20 going into the fourth quarter.
Moss made 5 of 8 baskets from the field and pulled down seven rebounds.
Josiah Greene was 4 of 5 from the floor for nine points and he pulled down eight rebounds.
Greene also earned a game-high seven steals and he had two blocked shots.
Leyton Doherty, meanwhile, had a high of four assists in the game.
Two Sequim players scored in double figures as Josh Cibene scored 11 points and Austin Brock added 10.
Neah Bay 56, Sequim JV 32
Sequim 4 7 9 12— 32
Neah Bay 20 10 21 5— 56
Cibene 11, Brock 10, Bates 2, Oliver 5, Rutherford 2, McConnauhey 2.
Neah Bay (56)
Moss 19, J. Greene 9, McCaulley 7, McGimpsey 2, Venske 5, Z. Greene 4, Claplanhoo 3, Doherty 5, Reamer 2.
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