U12 spikers win Puyallup tournament
PORT ANGELES — The Washington Elite U12 North volleyball team won its tournament this weekend at Sunset Courts in Puyallup.
The local girls finished 3-0 in pool play, beating the Kitsap U12 Hot Tamales 25-22, 25-10, All Out U12 7-25, 25-12, 15-6, and Puyallup Jr. Regional 25-20, 25-15. They played Falcons 12U, who also finished first in their pool, in the championship match, winning 16-25, 25-19, and 15-11.
PT tennis club
PORT TOWNSEND — The Port Townsend Tennis Club is seeking new players for regular Wednesday and Sunday morning matches.
There is no cost to join. The group mostly plays doubles and generally uses the courts at Port Townsend High School. The club installed new nets in 2017 and the courts are in good shape. Men and women of all ages are welcome. Tournaments for late summer are planned.
The club especially seeks new residents in the Port Townsend area. Visitors who just want to drop in are also welcome. Interested players can contact the coordinator, David Michael at [email protected] or call or text at (360) 301-4451. Please indicate your general ability level, age, experience, days of availability and preference for doubles or singles.
Local teams win
PORT ANGELES — Four local teams won their divisions at the Port Angeles Parks and Rec Olympic Lodge Spring Hoopfest tournament.
Winning their divisions were the Port Angeles White team in the Boys Sixth-Grade Division, the Port Angeles White team in the Boys Eighth-Grade Blue Division, the Port Angeles Threat in the Girls Fifth/Sixth-Grade Division and the Sequim Wolves in the Girls Seventh-Grade Division.
Final standings were:
Boys Fourth-Grade Division — Rogers Rams (Puyallup), first; Bellingham Basketball Academy, second; LaPush Ballstars, third; Port Angeles Green, third; Port Angeles White, fifth; South Kitsap Elite, sixth. Championship Game: Rams 39, B.B.A. 26.
Boys Fifth-Grade Division — Rogers Blue Rams, first; Sequim Gold, second; South Kitsap Elite, third; Forks Thunder, fourth; Federal Way Warriors, fifth; Ferndale, sixth; Port Angeles Green, seventh; DRIVE Basketball (Poulsbo), eighth; Sequim Purple, ninth; Rogers White Rams, 10th; Warriors 4th, 11th; Port Angeles White, 12th. Championship Game: Rogers Blue 44, Sequim Gold 34.
Boys Sixth-Grade Division — Port Angeles White, first; Port Angeles Green, second; Fuego (Silverdale), third; North Mason Bulldogs, fourth; RIVALS (Port Townsend/Chimacum), fifth. Championship Game: Port Angeles White 38, Port Angeles Green 28
Boys Seventh-Grade Division — Eatonville Cruisers, first; Rogers Blue Rams, second; DRIVE, third; Ferndale, fourth; Sequim Gold, fifth; Federal Way Warriors, sixth; South Kitsap Elite, seventh; Rogers White Rams, eighth; P.A.Green, ninth; P.A.White, 10th; Top Scholar Athletics (Tacoma), 11th; Sequim Purple, 12th. Championship Game — Eatonville Cruisers 32, Rogers Blue Rams 30.
Boys Eighth-Grade Blue Division — Port Angeles White, first; Port Angeles Green, second; Peninsula Academy (Gig Harbor), third; White River Sting, fourth; Bainbridge Roots, fifth; South Kitsap Elite, sixth; DRIVE Basketball, seventh; Sequim Wolves, eighth.
Boys Eighth-Grade Purple Division — Rogers Rams, first; Anacortes Seahawks, second; Port Angeles White, third; Drive Basketball, fourth; Sequim Purple, fifth. 8th Grade Overall Championship Game: Rogers Rams 60, Port Angeles Green 42.
Girls Fifth-/Sixth-Grade Purple Division — Port Angeles Threat 2.South Kitsap Elite 5th 3.Port Angeles Fire & Ice 3. Destroyers(Poulsbo); Sequim 6th, fifth; Sequim 5th, sixth. Championship Game: P.A.Threat 24, S.K.Elite 22.
Girls Seventh-Grade Division — Sequim Wolves, first; KK Elite 6th, second; Regulators (Bellingham), third; Port Angeles Apex, fourth. Championship Game: Sequim Wolves 28, S.K.Elite 13.
Joyce Generals win
PORT ANGELES — The Joyce Generals won the Bronze Division Playoffs in the Port Angeles City League. The Generals beat Petersen Rebar Placement in the championship game 84-68.
The Generals were led by Steven Rodgers with 24 points and Joel Williams with 14. For Petersen Rebar, Woody Stangle led the team with 26 points while Rich Albaugh scored 19.
Sinnes coach of the year
PORT ANGELES — Former Port Anglees Roughrider standout Matt Sinnes was voted the Coach of the Year by his peers in the North Puget Sound League’s South Division.
Sinnes took over as the head coach at Auburn Mountainview this year and coached the Lions to a fourth-place finish.
Sinnes, whose father Lee coached at Port Angeles High School and is a memmber of the WIAA Basketball Hall of Fame, coached the girls team at Fife for three years, where he was also a Coach of the Year.