PREP SPORTS: Port Angeles girls tennis wins big; other area reports
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Port Angeles' Callie Peet returns a shot in a match against North Mason's Danielle Bosch at Port Angeles High School. Peet won in straight sets 6-1, 6-1 as the Roughriders won the match 5-2.

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PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles routed North Mason 5-2 in Olympic League girls tennis action at Port Angeles High School.

The Roughriders swept the singles matches Tuesday.

Callie Peet won the No. 1 singles showdown with North Mason's Danielle Bosch 6-1, 6-1.

Lydia Cornelson defeated Sam Haker 6-0, 6-1 in the No. 2 singles matchup and No. 3 Jessica Zhu beat Sarah Flores 6-3, 6-4.

Port Angeles won two of the four doubles matches and lost another in a super tiebreaker in the second set.

The Riders' No. 1 doubles team of Audrey Little and Audra Perrizo defeated Swannah Orlob and Rachel Sandel 6-2, 7-5.

Port Angeles also took the No. 2 doubles matchup, with Khaya Elliott and Emily Basden beating Hikaela Michaels and Sateeva Harns 6-4, 6-3.

North Mason's Rachel Wilson and Nicole Settlemer won the No. 3 doubles over Hannah Little and McKenna Thompson 6-3, 6-4.

The Bulldogs also took the No. 4 doubles matchup, as Jaidy Sawatpetch and Emelia Huitula won a super tiebreaker in the second set 10-8 to defeat Carter Juskevich and Madi Drew.

Port Angeles (2-5, 5-6) host rival Sequim (5-3, 9-3) today.

Port Angeles 12, North Mason 0

BELFAIR — The Roughriders blasted the Bulldogs in five innings with a consistent performance.

After a scoreless first inning, Port Angeles scored three in the second, one in the third and four each in the fourth and fifth innings.

The win positions the Riders (14-1, 14-3) for a showdown today with Sequim (13-2, 15-3) for the Olympic League championship at Dry Creek Elementary at 4:15 p.m.

Port Angeles can claim the title outright with a win. If the Wolves win, the two teams would be tied for first and each team would have one loss to each other and one loss to third-place Kingston.

In Tuesday's game, Ashlee Reid fell a double short of hitting for the cycle for the Riders, going 3 for 4 with a home run, a triple and a single.

Carly Gouge homered for the second straight game, Sarah Steinman had two doubles, Alicia Howell was 3 for 4 and Cara Cristion finished with two hits.

Cristion picked up the win for Port Angeles, allowing just two hits in five innings on the mound.

Quilcene 4, Wishkah Valley 3

ABERDEEN — Sammy Rae went the distance as the Rangers beat the Loggers for the second time this season.

Rae fanned 10 and allowed only two earned runs in her fourth career win over Wishkah Valley's ace Teagan Louthan.

Emily Ward's home run for Quilcene in the fifth inning broke a 1-1 tie, but the Loggers answered with a run in the bottom of the inning to even the game at 2-2.

In the sixth inning, Katie Love singled for the Rangers and Bailey Kieffer followed up with an RBI double to again break the deadlock.

Megan Weller, who went 3 for 3 on the day, scored in the top of the seventh on an RBI ground out by Rae and the Rangers held on in the bottom of the seventh to nail down the win.

Quilcene, which improves to 15-1 on the season, hosts Tacoma Baptist today.

Quilcene 4, Wishkah Valley 3

Quilcene 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 — 4 7 3

Wishkah Valley 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 — 3 8 1

WP- Rae; LP- Louthan

Pitching Statistics

Quilcene: Rae 7 IP, 8 H, 2 ER, 10 K.

Hitting Statistics

Quilcene: Weller 3-3, R; Gray 1-4; Love 1-4, R; Kieffer 1-2, 2B, RBI; Ward 1-4, HR, RBI.

Girls Golf
Port Angeles 255,
North Kitsap 298

PORT ANGELES — The Roughriders finished Olympic League play with their best team score of the season at Peninsula Golf Club on Tuesday.

Senior Dana Fox, playing the last league match of her career, shot a 42 to win match medalist, giving her a season sweep of shooting the lowest score of in each league of the Riders' league matches.

“Dana birdied the third hole en route to finishing the season with a 41.4 average,” Port Angeles coach Jacob Lippold said following Tuesday's match.

“This was over five and half strokes better than her average last year — an incredible improvement for a player who already had a solid game.”

Two other seniors were playing their final league match for the Riders.

Chloe Brown continued to show progress by firing a 50, the best score in a match for her career, and Kylee Jeffers shot 62 that included draining a 20-foot putt on the final hole.

Kate Haworth played well again for Port Angles, shooting a 51. Hannah Almaden and Monica Gasper each had their best match scores of the season with a 54 and 58, respectively.

North Kitsap was paced by Kaylin Oster's 51, while Kaili Campbell shot a 57, Chloe Ohnhaus 58, Lexi Gibbons a 69 and Annika Hald had a 63.

Port Angeles (6-2) finished the regular season winning its last five matches in a row.

The Riders next complete at the league tournament at Cedar at Dungeness on Tuesday.

Boys Golf
Port Angeles 412,
North Kitsap 565

PORT ANGELES — The Roughriders concluded the Olympic League regular season by routing the Vikings at Peninsula Golf Club.

Alex Atwell was the match medalist for the seventh time in eight league matches with a 76.

Teammates Alex Brown and Micah Needham were two strokes behind Atwell, each shooting a 78.

Mason Jackson shot an 82 for Port Angeles, Royce Duncan had a 100 and Devun Wahlsten shot 105. Duncan and Wahlsten were playing their first varsity matches.

Riley Snook led North Kitsap with a 99.

Port Angeles returns to team competition Tuesday at the Olympic League tournament at Cedars at Dungeness in Sequim.

Atwell, Brown, Jackson and Needham will play Friday in the Egbers Memorial at Skagit Valley Golf and Country Club in Burlington.

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