SPORTS: Port Townsend blows out North Mason; other prep basketball results

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PORT TOWNSEND — Port Townsend notched its second straight win with a 53-38 rout of North Mason on Monday night.

The Redskins’ season was off to a rough start after losing big in their first three games to Sequim, Kingston and Olympic.

But Port Townsend finally earned its first win on Saturday against Crosspoint Academy, and now is on a winning streak after Monday’s win.

“I’m really proud of them because they rebounded [from losses],” Redskins coach Tom Webster said of his team.

“They played excellent against Crosspoint, and then followed up with this game.

“Now we’re trying to build on these wins. The key to winning seasons is getting consecutive wins.”

Port Townsend (1-3, 2-3) put in an all-around effort to beat the Bulldogs.

The Redskins’ defense held North Mason to 21 points in the first three quarters, which built a 24-point lead going into the final period.

On offense, Cody Russel (13 points) and Skyler Coppenrath (12) combined for 25 points.

Russell also made three 3-pointers.

Point guard Will O’Brien added eight points and Paul Spaltenstein had six.

“This is the third game in a row that we shot the ball well,” Webster said.

Blowing out North Mason (1-3, 1-5) came as a bit of a surprise to Webster

“They’re pretty good, we just played really good,” he said.

The Redskins go for their third win in a row when they host Klahowya (1-2, 2-4) tonight.



Port Townsend 53, North Mason 38

North Mason 6 9 6 17— 38

Port Townsend 13 17 15 8— 53

Individual scoring

North Mason (38)

Price 7, McKean 13, Duckworth 13, Allen 1, Roland 2, Burggraaf 1, Davenport 1.

Port Townsend (53)

O’Brien 8, Russell 13, Coppenrath 12, LeMaster 4, King 4, Davis 1, Charlton 2, Spaltenstein 6, Arthur 3.

Forks 66,
Clallam Bay 37

FORKS — The Spartans beat the Bruins for the second time in five days.

Braden Decker led all scorers with 26 points.

The Spartans’ other post players also had nice scoring efforts.

“Decker did a great job offensive rebounding and put backs and attacking the hoop,” Forks coach Rick Gooding said.

“All of our guys did a god job attacking the basket. We did a good job getting the ball inside.”

Mark Jacobson and Leo Gonzales had 11 points apiece, and Nick Gilmore scored eight and Willie Hatch had six.

Kevin Hess led Clallam Bay with 10 points, while Austin Ritter and Kelly Gregory both had eight points.

Both teams are back in action tonight. Forks hosts Neah Bay while the Bruins (0-3) travel to Joyce to play Crescent.



Forks 66, Clallam Bay 37

Clallam Bay 9 11 7 10— 37

Forks 15 21 15 15— 66

Individual scoring

Clallam Bay (37)

Ritter 8, Welever 6, Gregory 8, Hess 10, Mohr 5.

Forks (66)

Raben 2, Gilmore 8, Harris 2, Decker 26, Hatch 6, Jacobson 11, Gonzales 11.

Klahowya 63,
Port Angeles 52

PORT ANGELES — Marshall Elliott had 16 points and Garrett scored 13 for the Roughriders, but it wasn’t enough to counter Josh Ganowski’s 26 points for the Eagles.

Miki Andrus added eight points for Port Angeles, Caleb Treider had five and Hayden Gunderson and Lambros Rogers chipped in four points each.

Drew Fagan, with 12, was the only other Klahowya (1-2, 2-4) player in double figures.

Port Angeles (0-4, 0-6) plays at North Kitsap tonight.



Klahowya 63, Port Angeles 52

Klahowya 16 16 19 12— 63

Port Angeles 12 9 11 20— 52

Individual scoring

Klahowya (63)

Sheets 8, Vallejo 5, Fagan 12, Ganowski 26, Roberts 8, Gotchall 2, Knuckey 2.

Port Angeles (52)

Andrus 8, Gunderson 4, Treider 5, Payton 13, Elliott 16, Schumacher 2, Rogers 4.

Taholah 67,
Crescent 32

TAHOLAH — The Loggers struggled to get going against the Chitwins on Friday night.

Josh Sowders led Crescent with 12 points and eight rebounds.

Gene Peppard grabbed 12 boards and scored eight points, and Derrick Findley added nine points.

With the loss, the Loggers fall to 1-1 on the season.

They host Clallam Bay tonight in a non-league matchup.



Taholah 67, Crescent 32

Crescent 8 6 3 14— 32

Taholah 23 18 17 9— 67

Individual scoring

Crescent (32)

Sowders 12, Findley 9, Peppard 4, Waldrip 3, Fadness 2, Kjerulf 2.

Girls Basketball
Port Angeles 51,
Klahowya 25

SILVERDALE — The Roughriders shut down the Eagles in the second half, holding the to just seven points after halftime.

Klahowya (0-3, 3-3) took an unlikely 17-16 lead over one of the Olympic League’s top teams into intermission after limiting Port Angeles to only four points in the second quarter.

But the last two quarters were a totally different story on both ends of the court for the Riders.

Port Angeles outscored the Eagles 16-5 in the third quarter and 19-2 in the fourth.

Maddy Hinrichs paced the Riders with 18 points. Macy Walker added 14 and Bailee Jones scored 10.

Port Angeles (4-0, 4-1) hosts North Kitsap (2-1, 2-2) tonight in a showdown of two of the league’s best.



Port Angeles 51, Klahowya 25

Port Angeles 12 4 16 19— 51

Klahowya 3 14 5 2— 25

Individual scoring

Port Angeles (51)

Frazier 2, Hinrichs 18, Northern 2, Walker 14, Millsap 3, Jones 10, Lee 2.

Klahowya (25)

Hartford 5, Grozier 1, Fletcher 6, Shureman 2, Leenstra 3, Holt 8.

Port Towsend 40,
North Mason 26

BELFAIR — The Redskins overcame a two-point first quarter to notch an Olympic League victory.

Both teams struggled to score in the opening half as the Bulldogs (0-4, 1-5) led 17-10 at half.

North Mason’s offensive woes continued in the second half, but Port Townsend’s shots started falling.

The Redskins outscored the Bulldogs 30-9 over the final two quarters.

Port Townsend’s Jewel Johnson and North Mason’s Julie Johnson were the only double-digit scorers in the game, with each scoring 10 points.

Irina Lyons scored eight and Enani Rubio contributed six points to the Redskins’ win.

Port Townsend (2-2, 3-2) will try for another league win tonight when it hosts Klahowya (0-3, 3-3).



Port Townsend 40, North Mason 26

Port Townsend 2 8 14 16— 40

North Mason 9 8 2 7— 26

Individual scoring

Port Townsend (40)

Johnson 10, Rubio 6, Rutendeck 4, Lyons 8, Hossack 5, Hallanan 7.

North Mason (26)

Hicks 6, Q. Satran 3, Shumaker 5, E. Satran 1, Johnson 10, Nelson 1.

Kingston 43,
Sequim 34

KINGSTON — Savannah Turrieta was too much for the Wolves, scoring 19 points to help the Buccaneers to a league win.

The two teams were tied at 26 going into the fourth quarter, but Kingston (2-2, 2-2) dominated the final eight minutes by outscoring Sequim 17-8.

Alexas Besand once again led the Wolves with 12 points and 10 boards.

Melanie Guan contributed eight points in the losing effort.

Sequim (0-3, 1-4) takes on North Mason (0-4, 1-5) tonight at Sequim High School.

Kingston 43, Sequim 34

Sequim 5 13 8 8— 34

Kingston 11 7 8 17— 43

Individual scoring

Sequim (34)

Haupt 4, Stofferahn 4, Guan 8, Wallner 2, Beuke 4, Besand 12.

Kingston (43)

Carper 10, Turrieta 19, Smith 7 Clark 7.

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