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First all-female officiating crew

PORT ANGELES — For the first time in the history of the North Olympic Basketball Officials Association an all-female officiating crew will be on the floor together for a high school varsity basketball game.

Krista Mudge, Molly Brown and Jennifer Wharton will be the game officials today at 5:45 p.m. when the Port Angeles Roughriders girls host the Sequim Wolves.

“The NOBOA is proud to have these women in the association and is equally proud that this game will be the first all women varsity officials crew,” the association’s Frank Prince said.

“We hope all Roughriders and Wolves fans will take the time to acknowledge the contributions that these women are making to high school athletics on the North Olympic Peninsula.”

Pre-Christmas golf

SEQUIM — SkyRidge Golf Course will host a Pre-Christmas 18 Hole Golf Tournament on Saturday.

The event will have a triple-six format, with the first six holes played as a scramble, better ball for the next six holes and aggregate scoring for the final six holes.

The tournament is open to the first 28 two-person teams that sign up.

Handicaps will be determined by 10 percent of total for the scramble and strokes where they fall for the better and aggregate portions of the tournament.

Cost is $60 per team and includes golf, range balls and food.

An optional honey pot is $30 per team.

Power carts are available for $15 per seat.

Phone SkyRidge at 360-683-3673.

Reindeer Run/Walk

PORT ANGELES — The 17th annual City of Port Angeles Parks & Recreation Department Reindeer Run/Walk 5K is Saturday at 1 p.m. at City Pier.

Cost is $25 per person, or $15 for ages 18 and younger.

Sign up at the Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Office, 308 E. 4th St., or at City Pier on the day of the race.

Runners/walkers should check in by 12:45 p.m. The run starts promptly at 1 p.m.

Medals are awarded for first through third places in each age division and prizes will be awarded for best costumes.

This event is stroller and leashed pet friendly.

For more information, call 360-417-4557.

Indoor soccer

SEQUIM — Registration is open for the fifth annual Sequim FC Indoor Soccer League.

Due to limited space, registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Play will run from January through March with games held Sundays at the Boys & Girls Club gymnasium in Sequim.

Cost is $25 per player and the league is open to all ages.

To register, or for more information, visit

Parks and Rec’s Holiday Hoops champions

PORT ANGELES — The Sequim fifth-grade boys won their division at the annual Port Angeles Parks and Recreation’s Warehouse Holiday Hoops Tournament this weekend.

The tournament featured teams from as far away as Blaine and Federal Way.

The final standings for each division were:

Girls 5th Grade Division — South Kitsap Elite, first; Port Angeles Fire & Ice, second; Port Angeles 4’s, third; Bainbridge Roots, fourth; Sequim Lady Wolves, fifth; SK Elite 4’s, sixth. Championship Game — SK Elite 29, PA Fire & Ice 14.

Girls 6th Grade Division — Kitsap Storm, first; South Kitsap Elite, second; Peninsula Junior Threat, third; Lady Lakers (Port Orchard), fourth; Bainbridge Roots, fifth; North Kitsap Elite, sixth; Sequim Lady Wolves, seventh. Championship Game — Kitsap Storm 32, SK Elite 8.

Girls 7th Grade Division — Ingelmoor Vikings, first; Sequim Wolves, second; Forks Spartans, third; Port Angeles Apex, fourth; North Kitsap Elite, fifth. Championship Game — Ingelmoor Vikings 51, Sequim 28.

Boys 4th Grade Division — Federal Way Warriors Blue, first; Federal Way Warriors White, second; Sequim Wolves, third; Bainbridge Roots, fourth; South Kitsap Elite, fifth; Blaine Borderites, sixth; Port Angeles Green, seventh; Port Angeles White, eighth. Championship Game — Federal Way Warriors Blue 36, Federal Way Warriors White 19.

Boys 5th Grade Division — Sequim Wolves, first; Blaine Borderites, second; Bainbridge Roots, third; South Kitsap Elite, fourth; Federal Way Warriors, fifth; Port Angeles White, sixth; Drive (Poulsbo), seventh; Port Angeles Green, eighth. Championship Game — Sequim Wolves 57, Blaine Borderites 24.

Boys 6th Grade Division — Federal Way Warriors, first; South Kitsap Elite, second; Blaine Borderites, third; Drive, fourth; Port Angeles Green, fifth; Bainbridge Roots, sixth; Port Angeles White B, seventh; Clutch Basketball (University Place), eighth. Championship Game — Federal Way Warriors 74, S.K.Eiite 38.

Boys 7th Grade Division — Blaine Borderites, first; Sequim Wolves, second; South Kitsap Elite, third; Port Angeles Green, fourth; Port Angeles White, fifth. Championship Game — Blaine Borderites 43, Sequim Wolves 38.

Boys 8th Grade Division — Federal Way Warriors Blue, first; Blaine Borderites, second; Federal Way Warriors White, third; Port Angeles White, fourth; Port Angeles Green, fifth; South Kitsap Elite, sixth; Drive Basketball, seventh; Sequim Wolves, eighth. Championship Game — Federal Way Warriors Blue 44, Blaine Borderites 43.

Food drive

PORT ANGELES — A canned food drive will be held at the Port Angeles-Sequim basketball games in Port Angeles today (5:45 p.m.) and at the boys home game against Kingston at 7:15 p.m. Friday. Donations are being collected by the Roughriders boys basketball team and will be given to the Port Angeles Food Bank.

A scheduled game Monday in Puyallup between the Port Angeles girls basketball team and Cascade Christian was postponed because not enough officials showed up. The game may be rescheduled.

Sequim grad

NAPERVILLE, Ill. — North Central College sophomore Mikey Cobb, a 2015 Sequim High School graduate, was named an Academic All-College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin selection.

Cobb finished second at the Benedictine University Invitational to help his team win the meet. He also help North Central win its 44th consecutive CCIW championship and its 18th NCAA Div. III national championship.

RPI goes public

RENTON — The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association’s initial RPI for boys and girls basketball will go public at 10 a.m. Wednesday.

One change made to the RPI this year is that the winning percentage of out-of-state opponents will be included and postseason play in league and district tournaments.

The rankings will be continuously updated throughout the season and will be used to seed teams that qualify for the regional round of the Hardwood Classic.

The public can access the RPIs at by going to the Website and clicking on the “RPI” tab at the top.

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