Jayla Julmist (30), comes down with an offensive rebound over Neah Bay’s Allie Greene (10) during Sequim’s 86-63 win over the Red Devils on Wednesday. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Jayla Julmist (30), comes down with an offensive rebound over Neah Bay’s Allie Greene (10) during Sequim’s 86-63 win over the Red Devils on Wednesday. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Sequim girls put up 40-point first quarter in win over Neah Bay

SEQUIM — Kalli Wiker connected on four early 3-pointers as Sequim erupted for 40-first quarter points on the way to an 86-63 victory over Neah Bay on Wednesday night.

“I don’t know that I’ve seen that in a high school boys or girls basketball game,” Wolves head coach Linsay Rapelje said of the initial scoring burst which put Sequim up 40-18.

Jayla Julmist had a huge game inside, scoring 15 points, grabbing 17 rebounds with two blocks and two steals for the Wolves.

Julmist was one of four Sequim players who reached double digits in scoring on the night.

Wiker finished with a team-high 19 points, ending the night with five 3-point buckets and four assists.

Hope Glasser had 17 points and four assists, Jessica Dietzman scored nine of her 16 points in the first quarter and Melissa Porter added 10 points, two steals and a block off the bench.

The Wolves (2-0) finished strong at the rim, leading to some physical conditioning for their coaches.

“The Lady Wolves also made six ‘And 1s, [which is] getting fouled, making their shot and making their free throw,” Rapelje said. “This means that coaches have to run a ‘Sweet 8’ [running from sideline-to-sideline] for every one. I will be in shape by the end of practice.”

Laila Greene and Ruth Moss each had 19 points to lead Neah Bay.

Greene hit five 3-pointers while Moss had three.

Cei’J Gagnon added 12 points and Ryana Moss scored eight for the Red Devils (0-1).

“Neah Bay should once again do well this season, and we have some things we need to work on in practice after this game,” Rapelje said. “That being said, overall, it was a fun, up-tempo game.”

Sequim 86, Neah Bay 63

Neah Bay 18 16 9 20— 63

Sequim 40 12 14 20— 86

Neah Bay (63) — Ruth Moss 19, L. Greene 19, Gagnon 12, Ryana Moss 8, A. Greene 3, Aguirre 2, Lovik, Woodruff, Horejsi, Yallup, Ray.

Sequim (86) — Wiker 19, Glasser 17, Dietzman 16, Julmist 15, Porter 10, Wagner 3, Bates 3, Raney 3, Pyeatt.

Port Townsend 55, Crosspoint 29

BREMERTON — The Redhawks started strong and never looked back in a win over the Warriors on Wednesday.

“I was super pleased,” head coach Lorraine Rimson said. “We had 21 points in the first quarter and 20 points in the whole game on Monday, so that was terriffic.”

Rimson said four of Port Townsend’s starters reached double figures in scoring.

Izzy Hammett led the way with a double-double, scoring 12 points and grabbing 11 rebounds.

Gina Brown, McKenzie Lake and Sorina (So-So) Johnston each scored 11.

“We were a much bigger and older team than they were, so I knew what we could do because of those advantages,” Rimson said.

“And we executed, pushed the ball and played good defense.”

Port Townsend (1-1) hosts South Whidbey at 6 p.m. Friday.

Boys Basketball Sequim 65, Neah Bay 49

SEQUIM — Erik Christiansen scored 28 points and freshman Isaiah Moore added 13 on 6 of 8 shooting from the floor as the Wolves beat the Red Devils on Wednesday.

Christiansen added seven rebounds and two steals for Sequim. Moore had eight rebounds and six assists.

Dallin Despain filled up the stat sheet with six points, eight rebounds, six assists and five steals for the Wolves (2-0).

Jaxson Halttunen led Neah Bay with 18 points, all of them coming from beyond the 3-point line as he hit on 6 of 12 3-pointers.

Mike Shaw added 14 points for the Red Devils (0-1).

Sequim visits Fife on Saturday while Neah Bay will play at Mount Vernon Christian on Saturday.

Sequim 65, Neah Bay 49

Neah Bay 15 8 9 17— 49

Sequim 19 19 10 17— 65

Neah Bay (49) — Halttunen 18, Shaw 14, Claplanhoo 5, Horejsi 5, Soeneke 3, Aguirre 2, Chambers 2, Croy, Vitalis, Martinez, Lovik.

Sequim (65) — Christiansen 28, Moore 13, Eaton 9, Despain 6, Chen 5, Wagner 2, Glasser 2, Mingoy, Duncan.

South Whidbey 85, Chimacum 13

LANGLEY — The Falcons used their height and skill to their advantage in win over the Cowboys.

“They have a 6-9 kid, two 6-6 kids and they are physically skilled,” Chimacum coach Mark Bennett said of South Whidbey. “And they are a good ball club that executes well and works hard.”

Clayton Smith sank two 3-pointers to lead the Cowboys while Hunter Cerna added four points and Cody Clark had three.

Chimacum (0-2) visits Crosspoint (1-0) tonight.

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

Sequim’s Erik Christiansen, center, puts up a shot while defended by Neah Bay’s Jaxson Halttunen, left, and Darren Horejsi during the Wolves’ 65-49 win over the Red Devils. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim’s Erik Christiansen, center, puts up a shot while defended by Neah Bay’s Jaxson Halttunen, left, and Darren Horejsi during the Wolves’ 65-49 win over the Red Devils. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim’s Jessica Dietzman (2) dribbles upcourt against Neah Bay forward Oceana Aguirre during the Wolves’ 86-63 win over Neah Bay on Wednesday. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim’s Jessica Dietzman (2) dribbles upcourt against Neah Bay forward Oceana Aguirre during the Wolves’ 86-63 win over Neah Bay on Wednesday. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

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