PREP SPORTS: Sequim boys soccer roughs up Port Townsend 5-1; other area reports
Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News
Rochester's Madison Justus takes a swing at a pitch thrown by Forks' Sarah Adams.
Peninsula Daily News
Print This | Email This
Most Popular this week
High-speed chase in Jefferson, Clallam counties ends in mud with stolen car, credit cards — and a dog far from home
ELECTRONIC WARFARE TRAINING — Department of Natural Resources says 'not interested' in participating with Navy
After a tightly played first half, the Wolves put the Redskins away with four second-half goals.
Brandon Payne scored in the first half and Eli Berg, Tyler Ebert and Cameron Chase added goals in the second half for Sequim (11-2, 33 points).
The Wolves have a bye before playing North Mason (3-10, 10 points) on Thursday.
Port Townsend (3-9, nine points) will host the Bulldogs on Tuesday in a game that is important to the Redskins' postseason hopes.
North Kitsap 3,
Port Angeles 2
POULSBO — The Roughriders held a 2-1 lead at halftime against the second-place Vikings, but couldn't hold on for the win.
Port Angeles struck first in the third minute when Jackson May passed to Agustin Muller, who beat several North Kitsap players at the top of the box and fired a well-placed shot into the left corner of the goal
The Vikings answered back in the 30th minute, but Tim Schneider put the Riders ahead at half by scoring off his own rebounded miss in the 38th minute.
North Kitsap tied the score in the 43rd minute on a short corner that led to a shot just outside the penalty box.
The Vikings scored the game winner in the 71st minute when left back Bryce Whitford crushed a long-range half volley in from 25 yards out.
Port Angeles coach Chris Saari praised May and Schneider for their efforts on offense, Tristan Isett for his work on defense and Muller for his play in transition.
The Riders (6-7, 17 points) are in fifth place in the Olympic League
North Kitsap 3, Port Angeles 2
Port Angeles 2 0 — 2
North Kitsap 1 2 — 3
First half: 1, PA, Miller (May), 3rd; 1, NK, 30th; 2, PA, Schneider, 38th.
Second Half: 2, NK, 43rd; 3, NK, Whitford, 71st.
Port Angeles 13,
Port Townsend 0
PORT ANGELES — Despite not playing for an entire week, the Olympic League-leading Riders stayed hot, belting 18 hits and allowing just three to shutout the Redskins.
“[We] picked up where we left off last week,” Port Angeles coach Randy Steinman said.
Sarah Steinman was dominant in her three inning on the mound, recording seven of the nine outs by strikeout and allowing one hit and no walks.
Steinman also had a stellar day at the plate, with two triples and four RBIs on her way to finishing 4 for 4.
Cara Cristion relieved Steinman and completed the shutout came in to finish the game and complete the shut out.
Ashlee Reid was 3 for 4 with two doubles and three RBIs, while Tori Kuch was 2 for 3 with an RBI for the Riders.
Steinman also said the Riders' defense was solid with the team committing no errors.
Port Angeles (10-0, 10-2) will take a 10-game winning streak into a showdown at rival Sequim (10-1, 12-2) at 4 p.m. Monday for the top spot in the Olympic League.
Port Angeles 13, Port Townsend 0
Port Townsend 0 0 0 0 0 — 0 3 1
Port Angeles 3 0 9 0 1 — 13 18 0
WP- Steinman; LP- Polizzi
Port Angeles: Steinman 3 IP, H, 7 K; Cristion 2 IP 2 H, 2 K, 3 BB.
Port Townsend: Polizzi 4 IP, 18 H, 13 R, 2 BB.
Port Angeles: Steinman 4-4, 2 3B, 4 RBI, R; Reed 3-4, 2 2B, 3 RBI, 3 R; Howell 3-3, 2 RBI, R; Kuch 2-3, RBI; Price 1-1, R.
Port Townsend: Lee 1-2, Henderson 1-1; Shaw 1-2.
Rochester 7, 12,
Forks 3, 2
FORKS — The Spartans committed a combined seven errors to drop a doubleheader with the Warriors.
Halle Palmer and Alex Henderson each hit doubles to lead Forks in game one.
Hailey Engeseth picked up on the loss on the mound.
The Spartans managed five singles at the plate in game two.
Sarah Adams pitched until Engeseth came on in relief in the fourth inning.
Forks will visit Elma for a doubleheader Thursday.
Life Christian 12, Chimacum 2
TACOMA — The Cowboys committed five errors in losing a Nisqually League game to the Eagles.
Chimacum scored its runs in the second inning when Yoshiki Ishiuchi and John Carthum reached base with singles and scored on sacrifice flies from Travis Stiles and Drew Yackulic.
Cowboys starting pitcher Alex Morris was roughed up to the tune of eight hits, five walks and 11 runs.
Chimacum visits Vashon on Monday.
Life Christian 12, Chimacum 2
Chimacum 0 2 0 0 0 0— 2 4 5
Life Christian 3 0 1 7 1 x— 12 10 1
WP- Joyal; LP- Morris
Chimacum: Morris 4 IP, 8 H, 11 R, 5 BB, 6 K, 3 HBP; Shaw 1/3 IP, 2 H, R, IBB.
Life Christian: Joyal 5 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 3 K.
Chimacum: Ishiuchi 1-2, R; Carthum 1-2, R; Stiles sac, RBI; Yackulic sac, RBI.
Life Christian: Stoszek 1-1, 2 RBI, 2 BB; Absten 2-2, R; Drex Davis 2-3, R; Taylor Roelofs 1-2, 2B, R.
Bremerton 6, Sequim 0
BREMERTON — The Wolves only managed three hits against Taylor Saylor as they lost their third consecutive game and fell two games out of first place in the Olympic League.
Sequim (7-5, 9-6) is now in a three-way tie with Olympic and North Mason for third place behind North Kitsap and Klahowya.
Brett Wright, Evan Hurn and James Grubb had the Wolves' three hits.
The Wolves look to get back to their winning ways against Port Angles on Monday.
Bremerton 6, Sequim 0
Sequim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 0 3 3
Bremerton 1 1 0 0 3 1 x — 6 6 0
WP- Saylor; LP- Rhodefer
Sequim: Rhodefer 5 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 3 K; Rigg IP, 3 H, ER.
Bremerton: Saylor 7 IP, 3 H, 6 BB; 6 K.
Sequim: Wright 1-3; Hurn 1-3; Grub 1-3.
Bremerton: Saylor 2-3, 2B, RBI.
Track and Field
Sequim boys sweep double duals
BREMERTON — C.J. Daniels was a double winner to help the Wolves win a pair of double duals against Bremerton and North Kitsap at Bremerton Memorial Stadium.
The Sequim boys, who improve to 6-0 in Olympic League meets this season, beat North Kitsap 86-62 and topped Bremerton 86.50 to 56.50 at Thursday's meet.
Sarah Hutchison won three events for the Sequim girls, who routed Bremerton 100-42 but fell to North Kitsap 91-55. The Wolves are the first team to hold the Vikings under 100 points.
Daniels won the 800-meter and 1,600-meter runs. The Wolves swept the distance runs, as Brendon Despain took first in the 3,200-meter run.
Dylan Chatters took first in the 200-meter dash and second in the 100-meter dash for Sequim.
The Wolves had three field champions: Alex Barry won the javelin, Austin Sampson was first in the discus and Joshua Cibene won the pole vault.
For the Sequim girls, Hutchison took first in the 100-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles and the pole vault.
Emily Webb took first in the 3,200 and Waverly Shreffler was the 400-meter run champion.
Sequim next competes at Port Angeles on Thursday.
PA girls beat Bucs, Eagles
BREMERTON — The Port Angeles girls swept double duals over Kingston and Klahowya at Silverdale Stadium on Thursday.
The Roughriders beat the Buccaneers 89-65 and the Eagles 110-41.
Jolene Millsap and Willow Suess were double winners for Port Angeles.
Millsap continued to own the sprints, winning the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes, and Suess took the 400-meter and the 800-meter runs.
Millsap and Suess also ran with the Riders' first-place 4x400-meter relay along with Lily Morlan and Madison St. George.
Port Angeles' 4x100-meter relay — ran by Morlan, Ciara Gentry, St. George and Haili Farnam — also took first.
Cami Raber won the discus and Brittany Norberg won the javelin for the Riders.
Port Angeles' Lenora Hofer was the official winner of the high jump, with a 4-foot and 2-inch jump, but Clallam Bay's Molly McCoy had the highest mark at 4-06.
Clallam Bay and Neah Bay participated in the meet but did not receive team points.
Faye Chartraw of Neah Bay had the best shot put of the meet, followed by Port Angeles' Raber.
Port Angeles split the double duals, beating Kingston 78-66 but losing to Klahowya 91-56.
The Riders finished one-two in the shot put, but Matt Robbins taking first and Roberto Coronel taking second.
Peter Butler was Port Angeles' other winner, taking the 3,200-meter run.
Clallam Bay's Evan Messinger had the top discus and javelin throws.
Neah Bay's Grayson Porter was second to Messinger in the javelin.
Last modified: April 26. 2014 5:57PM