Brandon Kaylor, an NCAA All-American, two-time Pac-12 champion and four-time Washington state prep champion, will be one of the grapplers featured at a camp in Forks on June 21-23. (Courtesy photo)

Brandon Kaylor, an NCAA All-American, two-time Pac-12 champion and four-time Washington state prep champion, will be one of the grapplers featured at a camp in Forks on June 21-23. (Courtesy photo)

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Windermere wins PSL championship; Forks wrestling camp

PORT ANGELES — Windermere Real Estate finished the 2023 spring Peninsula Soccer League season with an 8-1 record to claim a spot in the championship against Forks FC, which finished 7-1-1.

The PSL championship match is set for 4 p.m. Sunday at Wally Sigmar Field on the Peninsula College campus.

In Sunday’s final matches of the regular season, Windermere got by Los Primos 1-0, getting a goal from Derek Schmalker, and Forks FC pulled off a thrilling 3-2 nod over Pantry & Latch, getting two goals from Hugo Sandoval Jr. and one from Julio Moroto. Ben Stanley and Mike Ingraham each scored for Pantry & Latch.

In other matches, Strait Slice stopped Ediz Hook FC 8-1, getting two goals each from Solas McGruther, Jimmy Quigley and Taryn Asum, and solo strikes from Zach Grey and Jay Marazon, while Alex Hawley scored for the Coast Guard crew. Pura Vida got a pair of goals from Javier Gomez to beat Bandidos FC 2-1, with CJ Daniels scoring for Bandidos. High Energy Metals won by forfeit over Salazar Painting LLC.

Forks wrestling camp

FORKS — The Rain of Terror Haunted Hanger will sponsor a free wrestling camp June 21-23 for kids ages 5 to 18 at the Forks Wrestling Room/Gym at 261 Spartan Ave. in Forks. ROT is excited to once again offer local youth exposure to world-class wrestlers. Camp Director Phillip Sifuentes said that most camps of this caliber could cost upward of $200 to $300.

The camp will feature NCAA All-American, Pac-12 champion and Pac-12 Outstanding Wrestler for 2023, Matthew Olguin of Oregon State. Other wrestlers include Brandon Kaylor of Oregon State, an NCAA All-American, Pac-12 champion and four-time Washington state prep champion; Gabe Whisenhunt, Fargo Freestyle finalist and four-time Oregon state champion, and Mason Christiansen, NJCAA national finalist, two-time Utah state champion and two-time NHSCA high school All-American.

The camp will offer one session from 9 a.m. to noon for younger kids and for the older group, two sessions from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Pre-registration is not required. Questions can be directed to Sifuentes at 360-780-0687.

OJBR action

PORT ANGELES — Local 155 grabbed the lead in the sixth inning last week to beat Athletes Choice 5-3 in Olympic Junior Babe Ruth play at Volunteer Park.

With the win, Local 155 won the regular season title and the Don Mudd Trophy with a record of 10-1 with one regular-season game left.

Local 155 was down 3-2 going into the top of the sixth when Ian Smithson singled and stole second. Bryce DeLeon doubled, scoring Smithson. Brandt Perry then walked and stole second and Chris Jaynes singled, scoring two runs.

Perry got the start on the mound for Local 155. He battled strong for three innings, allowing three hits and three runs while striking out three. He gave way to DeLeon, who tossed four strong innings, giving up no runs and no walks while striking out four.

Andre Campbell got the start on the hill for Athletes Choice. Campbell surrendered two runs on two hits over two innings, striking out two and walking none. Kaeden Indelicato threw five innings out of the bullpen.

Local 155 had eight hits. Smithson and Jaynes had three hits each, with Jaynes picking up four RBIs. Smithson and Perry each scored two runs and DeLeon scored one. Also picking up hits were DeLeon and Perry.

Athletes Choice collected five hits. Indelicato had two and Kody Williams, Jaret Thrall and Ben Clemens had one hit each.

BMX open house

PORT ANGELES — The Lincoln Park BMX Track will host a free open house June 18, especially for people who have never tried BMX before.

The event will be from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Lincoln Park BMX will provide bikes and helmets for riders ages 2 to 70-plus. This includes balance bikes.

There will be a free race afterward. The track will be coming off a new rebuild and ready for racers.

Any participant who gets a membership will be entered to win a new bike. Any current racers who refer someone to the open house will be entered to win a $50 gift card to the Bike Garage. More information can be found at

Non-spot shrimp open

OLYMPIA — Non-spot shrimp recreational harvest is open in Marine Area 9 (Admiralty Inlet) beginning today.

Marine Area 9 will be open for only non-spot shrimp from today through Oct. 15.

Pots with a minimum mesh size of ½-inch will be allowed during this fishery, with a maximum allowed fishing depth of 150 feet to limit handling of spot shrimp. All spot shrimp encountered must be immediately released.

Lefties in World Series

PORT ANGELES — Three California State, San Bernardino baseball players who played for the Port Angeles Lefties last summer are in the NCAA Div. II World Series in Cary, N.C.

Center fielder Derek Bogh, pitcher Andres Quinones and shortstop Riley Parker all play for the Yotes. Bogh hit .303 this past season with three home runs and 16 RBIs. Parker hit .265 with three home runs and 30 RBIs. Quinones was 0-1 with a 5.40 ERA and 13 strikeouts.

Parker hit .318 for the Lefties last year, leading the team in hits with 49. He hit two home runs and drove in 36 runs.

Bogh hit .202 with four home runs and 27 RBIs, while Quinones had a 4.15 ERA with a record of 2-5 and 23 strikeouts.

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