The fledging Port Angeles girls bowling team celebrates its first match, a win over Olympic, on Monday. From left are team members Zoey Van Gordon, Abby Rudd, Izzy Spencer, Kenadie Ring, Taylor Worthington, Violet Mills and Sophie Constant. (Courtesy photo)

The fledging Port Angeles girls bowling team celebrates its first match, a win over Olympic, on Monday. From left are team members Zoey Van Gordon, Abby Rudd, Izzy Spencer, Kenadie Ring, Taylor Worthington, Violet Mills and Sophie Constant. (Courtesy photo)

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles bowlers lose a close match with Olympic

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles High School bowling team Tuesday traveled to All Star Lanes in Bremerton and was narrowly defeated by Olympic High School.

For the second consecutive match, the Roughriders split their games with the Trojans. Olympic came out on top with a higher final pin count.

Abby Robinson had a team high single game of 143 and led the team with a solid two-game score of 264, while Violet Mills recorded a 218. Kenadie Ring bested her previous score by 61 pins from the previous competition. The Riders’ next match is Monday when they host Klahowya.

Jumping Mouse trot

PORT TOWNSEND — This past weekend, more than 200 participants competed in the Jumping Mouse annual 5K turkey trot.

With Port Townsend City Manager John Mauro at the front of pack, runners began their trot along the Larry Scott Trail. East Jefferson distance runner Sebastian Manza came in first with a time of 17 minutes, 46 seconds.

The event, sponsored by Kitsap Bank, raised more than $11,000 for Jumping Mouse Children’s Center in Port Townsend.

The top 10 runners were: Manza, first, 17:46; Mauro, second, 18:20; Camille Shiflett, third, 19:02; Noah Isenberg, fourth, 19:09; James Vanwert, fifth, 22:05; Brian Kura, sixth, 22:13; Ben Shepard, seventh, 22:40; Don Young, eighth, 22:46; Eric Kuzma, ninth, 23:22; Sean Koomen, 10th, 23:28.

Participants in last week’s Jumping Mouse 5K turkey trot last weekend enjoyed a good time in Port Townsend. The race was won by Sebastian Manza, an East Jefferson high school runner. (Courtesy photo)

Participants in last week’s Jumping Mouse 5K turkey trot last weekend enjoyed a good time in Port Townsend. The race was won by Sebastian Manza, an East Jefferson high school runner. (Courtesy photo)

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