PREP SPORTS: Chimacum boys basketball fall to Cascade Christian; Sequim bowling at districts
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Chimacum's Christopher Bainbridge passes the ball to a temmate as Cascade Christian's Jesse Howelis applies pressure.
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Chimacum’s Brendon Naylor maneuvers his way toward the hoop against Cascade Christian during the Cowboys’ home loss to the Cougars.
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The Cougars scored 14 unanswered points to open the game, then kept the Cowboys at a distance en route to a 52-36 win at Chimacum High School on Saturday.
Jesse Howells led Cascade Christian with 18 points and Vann Hoffman added 14.
Chimacum played the Cougars fairly tight after the first, but was unable to chip away at the deficit and get back in the game.
John Carthum paced the Cowboys with 10 points, while Orion Weller contributed 10.
Chimacum is off until Friday when it hosts fifth-ranked Vashon Island.
Cascade Christian 52, Chimacum 36
Cascade Christian 14 12 17 19— 52
Chimacum 0 9 14 13— 36
Cascade Christian (52)
Howells 18, Tvater 11, Vann Hoffman 14, Raeburn 10, Tiggess 5, Vrander 4.
Dowling 1, Porter 2, Weller 8, Carthum 10, Naylor 2, Koenig 1, Dotson 2.
Sequim duo miss out on state
TACOMA — Sequim bowlers Kelsey Van Dyken and Karli Furguson concluded their impressive seasons at the West Central District Tournament at Pacific Lanes.
Van Dyken rolled games of 135, 126 and 135 for a total score of 396.
Furguson finished Saturday with a score of 321 after games of 124, 110 and 87.
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