PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Port Townsend runs over Klahowya

PORT TOWNSEND — The Port Townsend girls basketball team’s defense was solid as it ran over the Klahowya Eagles for a 63-33 Olympic League victory Friday night.

Bella Fox scored 15 points and dished out 11 assists for a double-double while Kiley Maag scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead the Redskins to a blowout win.

“We are improving and getting better every week,” Port Townsend coach Randy Maag said.

“We played as well as we could play.”

Sophomore Irina Lyons added six points while totaling six rebounds, four assists and four steals before getting injured at the end of the game.

Her status for the next few weeks is unknown.

“She is a real game changer and a defensive stopper,” coach Maag said about Lyons.

Port Townsend (5-4 in league, 5-5 overall) returns to Sequim (5-3, 8-5) on Tuesday looking to avenge an early season loss.

PORT TOWNSEND 63, KLAHOWYA 33

Klahowya 7 10 6 10 — 33

Port Townsend 20 12 17 14 — 63

Individual Scoring

Klahowya (33)

Dixon 10, Page 7, Burleson 6, Lever 3, Fletcher 2, Rouse 2, Boling 2, Hartford 1.

Port Townsend (63)

Maag 15, Fox 15, Dowdle 10, Evalt 8, Johnson 7, Lyons 6, Phillips 2.

NEAH BAY 71, CRESCENT 15

NEAH BAY — The Red Devils (1-0, 10-0) dominated the Loggers from start to finish in Friday night’s North Olympic League tilt.

Neah Bay led 37-11 at the half and only allowed four total points in the second half to cruise to a win.

Courtney Winck led the Red Devils with 13 points, and five others scored in double digits for Neah Bay.

Neah Bay next travels to face Lake Quinault on Monday.

NEAH BAY 71, CRESCENT 15

Crescent 7 4 2 2 — 15

Neah Bay 27 10 15 13 — 71

Individual Scoring

Crescent (15)

Moore 6, Ritchie 4, Jakubkova 3, Velasco 2.

Neah Bay (71)

Winck 13, Thompson 11, Murner 11, Ch. Moss 11, Ci. Moss 11, Allen 8.

PORT ANGELES 52, KINGSTON 38

KINGSTON — The Roughriders (8-0, 9-2) separated themselves atop the Olympic League standings with their second win of the season against the second-place Buccaneers on Friday night.

Jessica Madison scored 15 points to lead Port Angeles, while Lindsey Wicklein led Kingston with 13.

The Riders next travel to face North Mason on Tuesday starting at 7 p.m.

PORT ANGELES 52, KINGSTON 38

Port Angeles 14 12 16 10 — 52

Kingston 10 11 10 7 — 38

Individual Scoring

Port Angeles (52)

Madison 15, Jones 10, Knowles 9, Johnson 8, Jeffers 7, Walker 3.

Kingston (38)

Wicklein 13, Rose-Albert 10, Carper 4, Snaza 4, Brown 3, Baetz 2, Salas 1, Fontes 1.

FORKS LOSES TWO

MONTESANO — The Spartans put up a fight against Montesano but didn’t have enough to come out on top falling 46-30 Friday night then traveled to Elma only to lose 62-24 Saturday afternoon.

Jillian Raben led Forks with 10 points Friday, but it wasn’t nearly enough against the Bulldogs.

Taylor Morris scored 11 points for the Spartans but it was Elma’s 6-foot-2 Carly Meinstran that led the game with 27 points Saturday.

The Spartans next travel to Onalaska on Tuesday with the game starting at 7 p.m.

MONTESANO 46, FORKS 30

Forks 3 12 8 7 — 30

Montesano 14 13 13 6 — 46

Individual Scoring

Forks (30)

Raben 10, Morse 8, Brown 5, Sherriff 2, Decker 1.

Montesano (46)

Fry 12, Boston 12, Sanders 6, Mode 6.

ELMA 62, FORKS 24

Forks 4 7 8 5 — 24

Elma 14 17 15 16 — 62

Individual Scoring

Forks (24)

Morris 11, Decker 4, Raben 2, Price 2, Brown 2, Williams 2.

Elma (62)

Meinster 27, Mainstran 11, McDonald 7, Wilson 6.

CHIMACUM 54, AUBURN ADVENTIST 47

AUBURN — The Cowboys earned a narrow nonleague win against the Falcons on Saturday night.

Cydney Nelson had a standout night for the Cowboys with 19 points, seven assists and seven steals.

Chimacum next hosts Life Christian on Tuesday starting at 5:15 p.m.

CHIMACUM 54, AUBURN ADVENTIST 47

Chimacum 11 14 8 20 — 54

Auburn Adventist 10 8 17 12 — 47

Individual Scoring

Chimacum (54)

Nelson 19, Cossell 14, Hathaway 6, Castillo 6, Thacker 5.

Auburn Adventist (47)

Fletcher 21, Blaser 10, Coon 6, Elloway 5, Reideier 2, Prasad 2.

QUILCENE 2, MUCKLESHOOT 0 — FORFEIT

QUILCENE — The Muckleshoot girls basketball team forfeited Friday night’s game to Quilcene.

CRESCENT 48, PORT ANGELES C 33

PORT ANGELES — The Loggers rallied back after a big loss to beat the Port Angeles C team on the road.

Crescent next travels to face Sequim C on Monday at 5:30 p.m.

CRESCENT 48, PORT ANGELES 33

Crescent 17 12 10 9 — 48

Port Angeles C 0 5 5 23 — 33

Individual Scoring

Crescent (48)

Moore 28, Williams 8, Youngman 6, McGowen 2, Bellford 2.

Port Angeles C (33)

Milsap 9, Clifford 9, Hoffer 6.

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