SPORTS: Sequim ends season with loss to Olympic

Boys Basketball Olympic 47, Sequim 40

SILVERDALE — Sequim wrapped up the regular season with a loss to the Trojans on Tuesday. Ary Webb led Sequim with 15 points.

The Wolves’ (4-12, 7-13) loss means Sequim will travel to face probable Nisqually No. 2 Steilacoom (12-4) at 7 p.m. on Saturday.

Olympic 47, Sequim 40

Sequim 10 10 5 15– 40

Olympic 12 10 10 15 — 47

Individual Scoring

Sequim (40)

A. Webb 15, Oliver 10, C. Webb 7, Textor 4, Dunning 4.

Olympic (47)

Dixon 21, Featherstone 7, Way 4, Brown 4, Riley 3, Samuel 3, Thomas 3, Thorsen 2.

Monday Kalama 48, Forks 35

KALAMA — Forks’ season ended with a loss to the Chinooks in a district play-in-game on Monday.

The Spartans (9-12) and Chinooks settled down on offense in the third quarter with both teams out-scoring a slow first half pace, but Kalama had the upper hand with a 31-25 lead entering the fourth.

Kalama kept it up in the fourth out-scoring the Spartans 17-9 to finish the game. Rob Taylor led Forks with 14 points.

Kalama 48, Forks 35

Forks 4 7 14 9– 35

Kalama 6 7 18 17 — 48

Individual Scoring

Forks (35)

Taylor 14, Weekes 5, McGinley 4, Noles 4, Ortiz 3, Castillano 3, Castro 2 .

Kalama (48)

Walker 15, Pollock 11, Sanders 11, Wall 7, Chiodo 4.


Girls Basketball Neah Bay 51, Lummi 47

Neah Bay clinched its third straight trip to the Class 1B state tournament while avenging a 40-point loss to Lummi in last year’s tri-district championship, with a narrow tri-district semifinal triumph over the Blackhawks on Tuesday night.

Lummi (18-2) entered the contest having lost just once on the season but was held to just 14-of-83 shooting on the night.

Alisha Kallappa scored seven of her team-high 10 points in the fourth quarter for the Red Devils. Kelli Shuffelen sealed the game with two free throws with 1 second to play in the game.

Neah Bay will play for the tri-district title against Highland Christian or North Sound Christian on Saturday night.

Neah Bay 51, Lummi 47

Neah Bay 10 15 8 18– 51

Lummi 8 14 7 18 — 47

Individual Scoring

Neah Bay (51)

Kallappa 10, Greene 10, Nagel 9, Shuffelen 9, Moss 7, Smith 2, Thompson 2, Winck 2 .

Lummi (47)

Walker 15, Pollock 11, Sanders 11, Wall 7, Chiodo 4.


Forks 38, White Salmon 26

CASTLE ROCK — Forks (13-8) stayed alive after pushing past a stubborn White Salmon team in the fourth quarter.

The Spartans drew 6-foot-1 Bruins post Lacy Kruz away from the basket and attacked the rim in the second half to create scoring opportunities.

“Whoever Kruz guarded we set up at the top of the post and then tried to take it inside,” Forks coach Scott Justus said.

Forks (13-8) also held Kruz to nine points, nine below her season average.

Paige Kennedy scored all 10 of her points in the second half and Gwen Gillett led all scorers with 14 points and five steals for Forks.

The Spartans open Southwest Washington District Four play against Toledo (16-4) at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Black Hills High School in Tumwater.

Forks 38, White Salmon 26

Forks 13 4 8 13– 38

White Salmon 2 13 9 2 — 26

Individual Scoring

Forks (38)

Gillett 14, Kennedy 10, Allen 4, .

White Salmon (26)

Kruz 9, Rude 6, Delay 6, McMillan 2, Hoots 2, Struck 1.

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