PREP SPORTS: Port Angeles swimming and diving falls to Bainbridge; other prep results
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Haili Farnam of Port Angeles dives during a meet against Bainbridge at William Shore Memorial Pool.
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The Roughriders tallied two more state-qualifying swims during the meet with the class 3A Spartans.
Jaine Macias qualified in the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:05.29. She finished second in the event.
Port Angeles' 400 freestyle relay team (Carter Juskevich, Macias, Brooke Sires, and Ashlee Reid) took first at Tuesday's meet and also qualified for state with a time of 3:56.10.1
In addition, the Riders added three new individual district times: Hailey Scott in the 200 individual medley (2:38.64), Ashlee Reid in the 100 butterfly (1:11.06) and Hailey Scott in the 100 freestyle (1:02.82).
The Port Angeles 200 medley relay team of Kylee Reid, Scott, Audra Perrizo and Ashlee Reid placed first at the meet, as did the 200 freestyle relay team of Juskevich, Megan McKenna, Scott and Sires.
Lydia Corenelson finished third in the one-meter diving competition, the highest Port Angeles placer, with a score of 119.50.
Teammates Izi Livesay took fourth (118.20) and Haili Farnam was fifth (100.10).
The Riders placed first in five of the 12 events and outscored Bainbridge in four of the 12 events.
Port Angeles' (2-0, 2-1) next meet is today at Olympic.
North Kitsap 3,
Port Angeles 0
POULSBO — The Roughriders came up short on the road against the league-leading Vikings (6-0).
North Kitsap has only allowed one goal this season, and its defense kept Port Angeles' offense in check.
The game was tight into the second half until North Kitsap's Abbie Wright won the ball at midfield and netted a shot from 25 yards.
The Vikings then added a late insurance goal.
Riders coach Scott Moseley said that despite the game-long pressure, goalkeeper Hayley Baxley saved numerous shots and kept the Port Angeles in the match.
Moseley chose Baxley and Karina Bohman as defensive players of the game.
Carly Gouge earned transition player of the game for her aggressive midfield play.
The Riders (1-4) host rival Sequim (1-4) tonight at Civic Field.
Bremerton 2, Sequim 1
SEQUIM — The Wolves fell to 1-4 with an Olympic League loss to the Knights.
Vianey Cadenas scored Sequim's only goal.
Gabby Dubos and Giselle Bright scored for Bremerton.
Sequim plays at Port Angeles tonight.
Olympic 3, Port Townsend 0
BREMERTON — The Redskins gave up goals in the seventh, 37th and 78th minutes to the Trojans (4-1), who are currently third in the Olympic League with a 4-1 record.
Port Townsend coach Colin Foden was proud of his team's defense.
“It has become a point of pride for the defense to let in as few goals as possible despite overwhelming odds,” Foden said.
“A couple of slips right at the end of each half turned a one-goal game into a three-goal defeat.
“Nevertheless, it was a fine defensive performance.”
The Redskins continue to be hampered by injuries and illness.
“Malia Henderson was spectacular in goal pulling off saves that defy description,” Foden said.
“Everyone played well — they had to.
“Anne Meek and Becca Stewart were rock solid. Terrific games from Lily Murock and Rose Gitelman who faced players with considerable pace.”
Port Townsend (0-6) welcomed back Jewel Johnson, who was able to create a few shots on goal that went just wide of the net.
The Redskins host Kingston (5-0) Saturday afternoon at Memorial Field.
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