Sequim Wolves forward Hope Glasser, center, goes up for a layup against the Klahowya Eagles during the Wolves’ 73-17 win over the Eagles on Dec. 2. Glasser scored 11 points in the win. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim Wolves forward Hope Glasser, center, goes up for a layup against the Klahowya Eagles during the Wolves’ 73-17 win over the Eagles on Dec. 2. Glasser scored 11 points in the win. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim girls crush Klahowya 73-17

Port Townsend falls to Cascade Christian; Sequim boys overcome Klahowya

SEQUIM — Sequim opened strong to its 2019-2020 season, dispatching the Klahowya Eagles 73-17 in a nonleague girls basketball game at Sequim on Monday.

“The Lady Wolves had a great, fast-paced, team-centered first game,” Sequim coach Linsay Rapelje said.

Junior Jayla Julmist led the way for the Wolves with a double-double, pouring in 18 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. The center also added five assists, two steals and two blocked shots to pace Sequim’s attack.

Kalli Wiker added 15 points and senior Jessica Dietzman notched 11 points, five assists and three steals.

Senior Hope Glasser added 11 points and freshman Hannah Bates had seven points in her debut.

The Wolves (1-0) host Neah Bay tonight at 5:45 p.m.

Sequim Wolves guard Jessica Dietzman, right, drives at the hoop against Klahowya Eagles forward Kyla Fenske-Radford during the Wolves’ 73-17 win over the Eagles on Dec. 2. Dietzman scored 11 points, adding five assists and three steals. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim Wolves guard Jessica Dietzman, right, drives at the hoop against Klahowya Eagles forward Kyla Fenske-Radford during the Wolves’ 73-17 win over the Eagles on Dec. 2. Dietzman scored 11 points, adding five assists and three steals. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim 73, Klahowya 17

Klahowya 4 6 2 5 — 17

Sequim 14 22 15 22 — 73

Klahowya (17) — Cooper 8, Koebelin 5, Lueck 4.

Sequim (73) — Julmist 18, Wiker 15, Glasser 11, Dietzman 11, Bates 7, Raney 6, Wagner 3, Porter 2.

Cascade Christian 36, Port Townsend 20

PUYALLUP — With some players out due to a lack of practices, the Redhawks improved as the game went on in a nonleague loss to the Cougars.

“We had a short bench because of the attendance requirements. We did practice every day we were allowed in the first two weeks, but we did have some girls out because of prior family commitments,” head coach Lorraine Rimson said.

With some players in new positions, Port Townsend trailed 30-8 at halftime.

“We got off to a slow start and had a lot of adjustments to make,” Rimson said.

“The second half was much better for us. We were extremely pleased with the effort of all our players throughout the whole game but especially in the second half. We got some glimpses of what we are hoping to see going forward. I think the girls could sense that as things come together we have the potential to do some really good things.”

Rimson praised freshman Maddy Harris for her play filling in at the small forward position.

“It was good for her to get out there and realize that she can play at this level even in an unfamiliar spot on the floor,” Rimson said.

Port Townsend (0-1) visits Crosspoint tonight.

Boys Basketball Sequim 45, Klahowya 37

SEQUIM — Riley Chen had 14 points, including knocking down three out of seven 3-point attempts, to lead the Wolves’ offensive attack in a nonleague season opening win over the Eagles.

Erik Christiansen added 13 points and grabbed nine rebounds from his shooting guard position for Sequim.

Freshman Isaiah Moore added eight points and eight rebounds, three on the offensive end, for the Wolves.

Point guard Dallin Despain had six assists and five rebounds for Sequim and senior Stew Duncan had eight points and five rebounds.

The Wolves (1-0) host Neah Bay tonight at 7:15 p.m.

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