Clallam Bay senior Ryan McCoy scored his 1,000th career point during Wednesday night’s home game against Neah Bay. McCoy had 19 points on the night to lead the Bruins.

Clallam Bay senior Ryan McCoy scored his 1,000th career point during Wednesday night’s home game against Neah Bay. McCoy had 19 points on the night to lead the Bruins.

PREP BASKETBALL: Clallam Bay’s Ryan McCoy scores 1,000th career point

CLALLAM BAY — Senior Ryan McCoy scored his 1,000th point career point in the second quarter for Clallam Bay, but Neah Bay ended up with the 62-46 victory Tuesday night.

Sean Bitegeko led the way for the Red Devils with a game-high 21 points along with seven rebounds and five steals.

Keith Johnson Jr. scored 15 with five assists, five rebounds and a steal for Neah Bay.

All told, the Red Devils tallied assists on 17 of 25 made baskets.

McCoy had 19 to pace Clallam Bay. Caiton Smith and Ryan Strid each scored eight points for the Bruins (1-1, 3-5).

Clallam Bay hosts La Conner tonight.

Neah Bay (2-0, 6-5) hosts Chief Kitsap tonight.

Neah Bay 62, Clallam Bay 46

Neah Bay 7 21 27 7— 62

Clallam Bay 9 12 6 19— 46

Neah Bay (62) — Bitegeko 21, Johnson Jr. 15, Moore 9, Halttunen 5, Brunk 4, Shaw 4, Horejsi 2, Soeneke 2, Lovik, Martinez, Engram.

Clallam Bay (46) — McCoy 19, Smith 8, Strid 8, Maines 7, Aldana 4, Bykerk, Littleton.

Crescent 46, Chief Kitsap 40

JOYCE — The Loggers shook off a slow start to pick up a solid North Olympic League win over the Bears.

“We did a lot of smart things, we played scrappy and with a lot of heart,” Crescent coach Chris Ferrier said.

“Chief Kitsap is a team that we have never beaten, so this is a really good win for our program. We are going in the right direction.”

Noah Leonard led the Loggers with 13 points.

“He really gave us a lot of energy and ended up with a career-high of 13 points,” Ferrier said.

Brendan Bergstrom also hit some clutch shots late with Chief Kitsap threatening to take the lead, Ferrier said.

Bergstrom added 12 points.

Brayden Emery scored 11 points and grabbed nine rebounds for Crescent (1-1, 4-5).

The Loggers hosted Clallam Bay late Thursday and will visit Chief Kitsap on Wednesday.

Crescent 36, Chief Kitsap 40

CK 16 7 9 8— 40

Crescent 15 9 13 9— 46

Crescent (46) — Dalton 3, Owens 4, E. Emery 5, Bergstrom 12, B. Emery 11, Leonard 13.

Port Angeles 65, Bremerton 41

PORT ANGELES — Playing 24 hours after a rivalry win over Sequim, the Roughriders came out a little flat against an improved Knights’ team.

“It was natural to have a letdown after such a big rivalry game,” Port Angeles coach Kasey Ulin said. “Bremerton is good, they are scrappy and athletic and made things difficult for us. We were solid defensively, but we were pretty flat offensively for two quarters. We challenged them at halftime to be their best and this is an experienced, veteran group, and they came out and responded. We were able to get some steals and get out for some transition scores and played with a lot of energy and emotion that was lacking in the first half. We stretched the lead to 34 points in the fourth and were able to get our reserves some valuable varsity playing time.”

Port Angeles (5-1, 9-4) will visit Clover Park (2-9) on Saturday. The Warriors have played the ninth-most difficult schedule of any Class 2A team thus far.

Port Angeles 65, Bremerton 41

Bremerton 6 9 9 17— 41

Port Angeles 12 12 27 14— 65

Port Angeles (65) — Clark 16, Benedict 15, Kathol 9, Johnson 9, Long 6, Jarnagin 2, Cobb 2, Nickerson 2, Edwards 2.

Port Townsend 66, Chimacum 37

CHIMACUM — The Redhawks won the Widge Black Memorial Trophy after beating the rival Cowboys, but it wasn’t easy.

Port Townsend beat Chimacum 87-38 in the teams first meeting last month.

Chimacum trailed Port Townsend 30-26 at halftime of Tuesday’s contest.

“They played better, I give them credit,” Redhawks coach Tom Webster said of the Cowboys.

“They were at their place and its a tough environment.”

Webster said he challenged his team to play better and they responded well in the second half.

“We got after them hard at halftime and we played quite a bit better, especially on the defensive end,” Webster said.

“We were playing for the Widge Black Memorial Trophy, proud to keep the trophy in PT and for us that’s a pretty big deal.”

Widge Black was a longtime former coach for Port Townsend.

Cole Crawford scored 23 to pace the Redhawks.

“He played well, he was taking the ball hard to the hole,” Webster said.

Jayden Watkins had 10 points and Nico Winegar added 10 for Port Townsend. Issac Purser led Chimacum with 10 points.

The Redhawks (1-1, 6-4) host Klahowya (2-0, 6-5) in a big game Tuesday.

Chimacum (0-2, 0-7) hosts Klahowya tonight.

Port Townsend 66, Chimacum 37

PT 18 12 17 19— 66

Chimacum 13 13 7 4— 37

Port Townsend (66) — Crawford 23, Watkins 10, Winegar 10, Krol 8, Montoya 7, Baabahar 4, Petta 2.

Chimacum (37) — Purser 10, Diehl 8, Williamson 6, Brebberman 8, Clark 3, Carstensen 2.


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

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