PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Neah Bay rolls over Crescent

NEAH BAY 80, CRESCENT 33

NEAH BAY — The Red Devils (1-0, 8-2) blasted the Loggers Friday night in their NOL opener.

Titus Pascua and Drexler Doherty each scored 15 points to lead Neah Bay, while the team had three other players score in double digits.

NEAH BAY 80, CRESCENT 33

Crescent 9 11 10 3 — 33

Neah Bay 34 16 23 7 — 80

Individual Scoring

Crescent (33)

Williams 10, Findley 8, Story 6, Waldrip 3.

Neah Bay (80)

Pascua 15, Doherty 15, Monette 14, Dulik 11, Jimmicum 10, Z. Greene 8.

KLAHOWYA 36, PORT TOWNSEND 34, PPD

SILVERDALE — A leaky roof kept the Redskins and Eagles from finishing out Friday night’s Olympic League game.

The Eagles were ahead by two points with six minutes to go in the fourth quarter when the game was postponed.

It has yet to be rescheduled.

FORKS SPLITS GAMES

ELMA — The Spartans (3-2, 6-5) played well against the Montesano Bulldogs in a 56-42 win Friday night before losing at Elma 44-38 on Saturday.

Forks held Montesano to 10 points in the first half, leading by as much as 17 points. Then a scoring frenzy began in the fourth quarter as the Spartans finished on top.

The Eagles were able to take advantage of the tired Spartans on Saturday afternoon.

Forks trailed 19-17 at halftime and kept up with Elma until the end, but couldn’t execute the comeback.

The Spartans have their third consecutive road game Tuesday at Onalaska.

FORKS 56, MONTESANO 42

Forks 7 11 14 24 — 56

Montesano 5 5 11 21 — 42

Individual Scoring

Forks (56)

Castellano 16, Decker 15, Noles 8, Watson 3, Johnson 2, Iyala 2.

Elma (42)

D. Benedict 11, McNeilley 9, J. Benedict 8, Traux 8, Baker 4, Ohashi 2.

ELMA 44, FORKS 38

Forks 9 8 7 14 — 38

Elma 8 11 11 14 — 44

Individual Scoring

Forks (56)

Decker 14, T. Penn 11, Noles 8, Castellano 3, Bates 2, J. Penn 2, Wyatt 2.

Montesano (42)

Emerson 14, Shelton 13, Clark 7, Cooper 6.

MUCKLESHOOT 57, QUILCENE 39

QUILCENE — The Rangers lost their 1B Sea-Tac League game Friday night.

MUCKLESHOOT 57, QUILCENE 39

Muckleshoot 15 11 17 14 — 57

Quilcene 12 11 12 4 — 39

Individual Scoring

Muckleshoot (57)

Cabanas 21, Oldman 21, Taei 9, Brendible 4, Brown 2.

Quilcene (39)

Bancroft 17, Davison 11, Jordan 10, Perez 1.

AUBURN ADVENTIST 63, CHIMACUM 57

AUBURN — The Cowboys dropped a close nonleague game to the Falcons on Saturday night.

Dylan Brown-Bishop led the Cowboys with a game-high 28 points.

The Cowboys (2-1, 4-5) next host Life Christian on Tuesday starting at 5:15 p.m.

AUBURN ADVENTIST 63, CHIMACUM 57

Chimacum 13 15 14 15 — 57

Auburn Adventist 15 10 16 22 — 63

Individual Scoring

Chimacum (57)

Brown 28, Cray 14, Eldridge 10, Dukek 3, Ajax 2.

Auburn Adventist (63)

Kim 17, Placker 15, Prasab 13, Tyman 12, Krall 4, Reznichenco 2.

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