PA boys go 4-1 at Roughrider Classic tourney
PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles High School boys basketball team went 4-1 and finished second at the annual Roughrider Classic held this weekend at the high school.
Seventeen teams from across the state played in this year’s tournament. The Roughriders went 3-0 in pool play, then won their semifinal game 62-35 over Olympic. Burlington-Edison beat Port Angeles 63-48 in the championship game.
Roughriders’ coach Kasey Ulin said Burlington-Edison is predicted to be a favorite to contend for the 2A state championship. The Riders were up by seven points after the first quarter and held a four-point lead at the half, but Ulin said a big third quarter by Burlington-Edison was too much to overcome.
In pool play, the Roughriders beat Bremerton 56-42, North Mason 62-40 and Kingston 66-32.
HRKC dog show
SEQUIM — The Hurricane Ridge Kennel Club will hold a dog show Friday to Sunday at the Sequim High School football stadium.
The dog show will include conformation, obedience, rally and fastCAT, with the fastCAT Saturday and Sunday.
Admission is free, but there is a $5 per day parking fee. The show will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
People who attend should remember that Fir Street in Sequim should be avoided due to major construction. It is recommended that people take Third Street from West Washington Street to get to the stadium.
If people want to make sure to see their favorite breed, check the judging program at www.hrkc.org. Approximate judging time and ring number will be provided for each day.
SEQUIM — The Sequim Picklers will host a round robin tournament Thursday, Aug. 8, at the Carrie Blake Park community pickleball courts.
The tournament is for 2.5 and below pickleball players.
Tournament play begins at 10 a.m. All players should be at the courts by 9:30 a.m. to begin warm-ups and review final brackets. Sign-up sheets will be at the courts during Sequim Pickler play. Sign-ups are open now and will close Aug. 4, and will be limited to the first 32 players to register.
No partner is needed as partners will be pre-drawn for each game. Awards will be given for first-, second-, third- and fourth-place winners based on overall individual round-robin score.
Games will be first to 11 and referees will be provided as much as possible. There is no fee to sign up.
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