SPORTS: Port Angeles volleyball falls to Eastside Catholic; Port Townsend cross country at Bellarmine Invite
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Port Angeles’ Bailee Jones tips the ball over the net against Kat Towslee of Eastside Catholic.
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“Eastside was very tall and hard to defend,” Roughriders coach Christine Halberg said.
“However, when we were able to control the tempo and get a good pass, we had some great offensive moments.”
The class 3A Crusaders of Sammamish beat the 2A Riders 25-10, 25-23, 25-17 in Saturday's match.
For Port Angeles, Maddy Hinrichs had nine kills, 10 digs, one block and two digs.
Bailee Jones and Brittany Nordberg each had six kills and two blocks.
Kendra Harvey contributed 10 digs, and Holli Williams added 27 assists and six digs, and was 8 for 9 serving.
“It was a good start for us to realize what we have to do in order to meet our goals this year,” Halberg said.
Port Angeles (0-1) plays at Klahowya today.
Port Townsend at Bellarmine Invite
TACOMA — The Redskins competed at the 15th annual Bellarmine Prep Invitational in Tacoma.
Ryan Clarke had the best varsity boys time for Port Townsend, finishing the 2-mile race in 10:54, and teammate Tristan Story had a time of 12:50.
Freshman Brennan LaBrie had the Redskins' second-best boys time with a 12:43.
In the girls varsity race, Hanna Trailer finished in 14:42, while Peri Muellner's time was 15:03.
Amelia Grant, a freshman, recorded the second-best girls time for Port Townsend with a 14:47.
“We're looking focused and strong going into the season with 22 athletes,” Redskins coach Jeni Little said after Saturday's races.
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