PREP BASKETBALL: Clallam Bay boys hold back Crescent; Sequim, Forks, Neah Bay win

JOYCE — A 9-0 second quarter boosted Clallam Bay to a 48-42 North Olympic League win over Crescent.

Ryan McCoy led the way with 20 points and Caiton Smith added 13 for the Bruins. (2-1, 4-4) in Thursday’s contest.

“Obviously, the second quarter was a real-bug-a-boo,” Crescent coach Chris Ferrier said. “We got real tentative and we weren’t real sure what we wanted to do against their zone and we had a hard time getting shots up, let alone scoring points.”

“We got after it in the fourth quarter, but the deficit was a little too large with our offensive struggles. We’d get a stop and then come down and not get a decent shot and they’d come back and hit a three.”

Ferrier gave credit to the Bruins.

“[Coach] Kelly [Gregory] does a really good job with that team,” Ferrier said. “They know exactly what to do to be successful. We had a really hard time with Clallam Bay’s hustle.”

Crescent (1-2, 4-6) visits Chief Kitsap on Wednesday.

Clallam Bay 48, Crescent 42

Clallam Bay 12 9 15 12 — 48

Crescent 12 0 13 17 — 42

Clallam Bay (48) — McCoy 20, Smith 13, Strid 6, Bykerk 4, Aldana 3, Maines 2.

Crescent (42) — E. Emery 15, Leonard 10, B. Emery 6, Bergstrom 5, Dalton 2, Owens 2, Scheid 2, Mattix 0.

Forks 71, Elma 38

ELMA — Trey Baysinger sparked the Spartans with 16 points and a host of offensive rebounds as Forks cruised past the Eagles.

“Baysinger had a great night, he did lots of great things in close to the basket,” coach Rick Gooding said.

Braton Armas and Cort Prose added 14 points apiece and Seth Johnson had 10. Gooding said those totals came in about 2 ½ quarters as Forks’ reserves saw plenty of action.

“It was a complete team effort, nine guys scored and everybody got some minutes. A good solid team win, we moved the ball well, we didn’t have the greatest shooting night of all time, but Baysinger was getting a lot of those misses.”

Forks (2-1, 10-4) hosts Hoquiam (2-0, 6-7) on Tuesday.

Forks 71, Elma 38

Forks 24 14 25 8— 71

Elma 7 9 9 13— 38

Forks (71) — Baysinger 16, Armas 14, Prose 14. Johnson 10, Reaume 4, Baar 4, Flores 2, Ness

Sequim 82, Kingston 35

SEQUIM — The Wolves bounced back from a rough loss to Port Angeles last week by romping over Kingston 82-35.

Big night for Despain

Sequim tallied 23 steals in the win and just two turnovers, jumping out to a 29-9 lead after the first quarter and never looking back.

Nate Despain had an outstanding game with 19 points, nine rebounds, six assists and four steals. Erik Christiansen had 16 points, six rebounds and five steals, while Kyler Rollness had nine points and Rigo Langston five steals. Dallin Despain added eight points.

The win keeps the Wolves tied for third place in the Olympic League 2A Division. Sequim (4-3, 8-5) next plays at North Mason (1-6, 6-8) at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Sequim 82, Kingston 35

Kingston 9 8 10 8 — 35

Sequim 29 12 23 18— 82

Kingston (35) — McDaniel 9, Hermanson 8, Calloway 5, Unsell-West 5, Blegrade 2, Mead 2, Guedea 2, Decoteau-Gurney 2.

Sequim (82) — N. Despain 19, Christiansen 16, Rollness 9, D. Despain 8, Young 7, Longston 7, Cowan 5, Oliver 3, Lewis 2, Whitney 2, Wiker 2, Eaton 2.

Neah Bay 66, Chief Kitsap 22

NEAH BAY — With their full complement of players, the Red Devils are showing their North Olympic League opponents they’re going to be tough to deal with.

Keith Johnson Jr. and Cameron Moore each made three 3-pointers and scored 15 points each in a 66-22 win over Chief Kitsap. It was the fourth straight win for Neah Bay and the third straight in league play. Sean Bitegeko scored 10 points to go along with 12 rebounds, while Jay Brunk had nine rebounds and six points.

Neah Bay (3-0, 7-5) played at LaConner Saturday. The Red Devils’ next game will be at home at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday against league opponent Clallam Bay.

Neah Bay 66, Chief Kitsap 22

Neah Bay 21 19 20 6 — 66

Chief Kitsap 6 5 5 6 — 22

Neah Bay (66) — Johnson 15, Moore 15, Bitegeko 10, Haltunnen 6, Brunk 6, Horejsi 6, Soeneke 4, Martinez 4.


Compiled from team reports. Email scores to [email protected] or phone 360-417-3525.

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