SPORTS: Other prep basketball results

  • Sunday, December 20, 2009 12:01am
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By Brent Sorenson Peninsula Daily News

TACOMA — The Chimacum boys basketball team held strong down the stretch, defeating Charles Wright 70-63 in overtime Friday night.

Chimacum (1-1 in league, 2-6 overall) gave up the lead in the fourth quarter but managed to hold the Terriers to just two points in the extra frame to take the Class 1A Nisqually League match-up.

Landon Cray scored a game-high 29 points on the Cowboys victory, while Dylan Brown added 17.

The Cowboys next play at Quilcene on Dec. 29 in a nonleague affair.

Chimacum 70, Charles Wright 63

Chimacum 12 20 15 14 (09) — 70

Charles Wright 14 21 18 08 (02) — 63

Individual Scoring

Chimacum (70)

Cray 29, Brown 17, Riggle 8, Toepper 7, Moug 4, Eldridge 3, Pagascion 2.

Charles Wright (63)

Macleod 17, Hawkins 11, Peterson 11, White 11, Doumitt 7, Agnew 4, Fisher 3.

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Quilcene 40, Crosspoint 25

QUILCENE — The Rangers’ defense and strong scoring in the first and final quarters ensured a decisive win Friday night.

Pat Knox had 14 points and delivered 18 rebounds for Quilcene (1-1, 2-4), which claimed its first 2B Sea-Tac League win of the season.

Brandon Bancroft added 14 while bringing down 10 boards for the Rangers.

The difference maker for Quilcene was Dan Davidson taking the sting out of Crosspoint’s point guard, according to Quilcene coach Mark Thompson.

“Davidson shut Chase Estes down, limiting him to just eight,” Thompson said.

Estes was averaging 18 points per game.

“We gave a great effort defensively from start to finish,” Thompson said.

The Rangers host Klahowya on Monday at 3:30 p.m.

Quilcene 40, Crosspoint 25

Crosspoint 08 05 04 08 — 25

Quilcene 14 08 06 12 — 40

Individual Scoring

Crosspoint (25)

Estes 8, Hewitt 8, J. Olson 4, N. Olson 3, Wright 2.

Quilcene (40)

Knox 14, Bancroft 14, Galloway 7, Newman 3, Davidson 2.

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North Mason 43, Port Townsend 31

BELFAIR — The Redskins fought hard but came up short against the Bulldogs on Friday night in Olympic League action.

Evan O’Brien scored 16 points for Port Townsend (1-4, 2-4) in the loss.

Eric Thomas added five points, while Cameron Robinson had four for the Redskins.

Division I football recruit John Fullington paced the Bulldogs with 18 points.

North Mason 43, Port Townsend 31

Port Townsend 08 05 07 11 — 31

North Mason 09 13 10 11 — 43

Individual Scoring

Port Townsend (31)

O’Brien 16, Thomas 5, Robinson 4, Thielk 2, Solvik 2, Rostick 2.

North Mason (43)

Fullington 18, Skogstad 13, Burley 4, Bielec 3, Casteel 2.

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Lynden 51, Port Angeles 32

LYNDEN — The Roughriders cold shooting continued to give them trouble Saturday night.

Ian Ward led the Riders (3-2, 4-3) with seven points while Antonio Stevenson chipped in five.

“We’re struggling offensively right now,” Riders’ coach wes Armstrong said. “Our defense is keeping us in games.”

Port Angeles travels to Puyallup on Monday.

Lynden 51, Port Angeles 32

Port Angeles 5 7 10 10 — 32

Lynden 12 13 21 05 — 51

Individual Scoring

Port Angeles (32)

Ward 7, Stevenson 5, Williams 4.

Lynden (51)

DeWitt 15, Grove 13, Bomber 10.

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Forks 36, Tenino 34

TENINO — The Spartans pulled out a tight SWL-Evergreen Division game against the Beavers on Friday night.

Brady Castellano led a balanced scoring attack for Forks (1-1, 4-2) with eight points. Fernando Hernandez sank seven points and grabbed 10 rebounds to anchor the middle.

“We overcame a lot of turnovers early and held tough down the stretch,” Forks coach Scott Justus said.

Forks 36, Tenino 34

Forks 5 9 13 9 — 36

Tenino 6 5 8 15 — 34

Individual Scoring

Forks (36)

Castellano 8, Hernandez 7, Noles 5, K. Penn 4, Ayala 3, Decker 3, Johnson 3, J. Penn 2, Gaydeski 2.

Tenino (34)

Schlesser 12, Moss 8, Powell 5, Love 4, Harris 2

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GIRLS BASKETBALL North Mason 41, Port Townsend 34

PORT TOWNSEND — The Redskins simply couldn’t hold off a tough Bulldog squad on Friday night.

Brooke Little’s 17 points highlighted the Redskins (1-4, 1-6) offense.

Kerri Evalt had eight and Alexa Russell dropped in four points to keep Port Townsend close.

North Mason 41, Pot Townsend 34

North Mason 5 11 9 16 — 41

Port Townsend 9 11 8 6 — 34

Individual Scoring

North Mason (41)

S. Ingwaldson 15, Anderson 6, Willie 6, C. Ingwaldson 5, Stromberg 3, Lopez 3, Zamudio 2.

Port Townsend (34)

Little 17, Evalt 8, Russell 4, Maag 3, Fox 2.

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Charles Wright 32, Chimacum 26

TACOMA — The short-handed Cowboys made a game of it against the Terriers but came up just shy in their second 1A Nisqually League game of the year.

Samantha Benner scored 16 points to lead Chimacum (0-2, 3-5).

Kaylie Castillo added seven points for the Cowboys.

“We just didn’t match up well in size,” Chimacum coach Mike Clarke said. “Once we get all our players back on the court, we will be a different team.”

Charles Wright 32, Chimacum 26

Chimacum 7 11 2 6 — 26

Charles Wright 11 2 15 4 — 32

Individual Scoring

Chimacum (26)

Benner 16, Castillo 7, Gallee 1, Baird 1, Snyder 1.

Charles Wright (32)

Byrne 10, Kirschner 9, Williams 5, Nielsen 4, Hirota 3, Hughes 2.

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Mount Si 47, Port Angeles 39

SNOQUALMIE — The Riders (4-0, 5-1) showed up late to their game in more ways than one Saturday.

Delayed by a Hood Canal Bridge closure, Port Angeles arrived at Mount Si 20 minutes late.

The team, down 42-29 after three quarters against the Wildcats of the 3A Kingco, had the same problem after tip-off. The result: the Riders’ first loss of the season.

“We just got there and we weren’t ready to play,” Port Angeles coach Mike Knowles said. “By the time we started playing a little bit, it was too late.”

Mount Si 47, Port Angeles 39

Port Angeles 12 11 6 10 — 39

Mount Si 15 16 11 5 — 47

Individual Scoring

Port Angeles (39)

K. Jones 2, S. Jones 10, Madison 23, Frazier 1, Jeffers 3.

Mount Si (47)

Nelson 14, Braun 11, Eddings 11.

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