PREP HOOPS: Neah Bay, Quilcene boys win

NEAH BAY — The Neah Bay basketball boys extended their winning streak to 11 games with another offensive explosion in a 81-65 win over North Olympic 1A League rival Chief Kitsap.

The Red Devils got their usual balance with five players in double figures.

The Red Devils have a different scoring leader seemingly every game. On Saturday, Cameron Moore led the Red Devils with 20 (all in the first half), while Kenrick Doherty Jr. hit three 3-pointers and scored 15. Anthony Bitegeko scored 12, Cole Svec 10 and Rhewabura Munyagi 10.

Interestingly, as of Sunday, Chief Kitsap remains the No. 1-ranked boys’ 1B team in the state according to the WIAA’s new RPI rating, even though Neah Bay has handily beaten Chief Kitsap twice. Neah Bay, which started out ranked No. 13, has climbed up to No. 6 in the RPI rankings.

Neah Bay (12-3, 6-0) next hosts Taholah at 7 p.m. today, then hosts Forks at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Neah Bay 81, Chief Kitsap 65

Neah Bay 19 22 19 21 — 81

Chief Kitsap 18 2 20 25 — 65

Neah Bay (81) — Moore 20, Doherty 15, A. Bitegeko 12, Svec 10, Munyagi 10, Greene 6, S.Bitegeko 4, Tyler 4.

Chief Kitsap (65) — Sipai 19, Moss 14, Thomas 7, Jones 9, Chargvalot 9, Stackhouse 3, Delafuente 4.

Quilcene 52, Christian Faith 21

QUILCENE — The Quilcene boys got their first Sea-Tac 1B League win of the year, as 11 players scored in a 52-21 victory over Christian Faith.

Robert Comstock led the Rangers with 13 points, while Acea Such scored 10 and Ethan Davis eight.

The Rangers were only up 7-6 after the first quarter in Friday’s game but then erupted for 23 points in the second quarter to put the game out of reach.

“We came out a little sloppy, but then came on a little bit [in the second quarter],” said coach Richie French.

“Hopefully, we’re turning a corner. We just seem to have one bad quarter,” French said.

The Rangers also lost a game on Wednesday of last week to Rainier Christian 76-66. French said his players gave a hard effort, but that one bad quarter bug bit the Rangers. Comstock led Quilcene with 16, while Such and Olin Reynolds each scored 11 and Jarod Smith scored 10.

Quilcene (1-7, 6-9) next hosts John Paul II at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Quilcene 52, Christ. Faith 21

Christ. Faith 6 6 1 8 — 21

Quilcene 7 23 14 8 — 52

Christ. Faith (21) — Baker 2, Glasco 2, Mo 6, Graham 1, DeGuzman 10

Quilcene (52) — Such 10, Smith 5, Davis 8, Beathard 3, Rodgers 4, A. Elkins 2, Reynolds 2, Fillmer 3, Comstock 13, H. Elkins 3, Mahan 1.

Wednesday’s game

Rainier Christian 76, Quilcene 66

Rainier Christ. 13 28 15 20 — 76

Quilcene 19 18 8 21 — 66

RC (76) — Archer 28, Hanbey 16, Bruce 14, Casteneda 11, Whitchurch 2.

Quilcene (66) — Such 11, Smith 10, Reynolds 11, Comstock 16, Davis 2, A. Elkins 6, Bruner 8.

Girls Basketball

Neah Bay 58, Chief Kitsap 15

NEAH BAY — Cei’J Gagnon scored 18 points as the Neah Bay girls beat Chief Kitsap 58-15 to reamin undefeated in North Olympic 1B play.

Tristin Johnson scored nine, while Gina McCaulley scored seven. Nine different Red Devils players scored.

Neah Bay (12-3, 6-0) next plays Tuesday, hosting Forks at 5:30 p.m.

Neah Bay 58, Chief Kitsap 15

Neah Bay 22 15 14 7 — 58

Chief Kitsap 2 0 11 2 — 15

Neah Bay (58) — Gagnon 18, Johnson 9, McCaulley 7, Svec 5, Jimmicum 4, Aguirre 4, Winck 4, Halttunen 4, Lovik 3.

Chief Kitsap (15) — Boure 8, Chiefstick 3, Fegus 2, Smith 2.

Friday Harbor 32, Sequim 25

FRIDAY HARBOR — The Sequim girls lost a pair of games this weekend, 32-25 to Friday Harbor in a nonleague game and 50-29 to North Kitsap in an Olympic League 2A Division setback.

In Saturday’s game in Friday Harbor, the Wolves were led by Hope Glasser with eight points and Ella Christiansen with seven. In Friday’s loss against first-place North Kitsap, Christiansen led the team with 10 points, while Adrienne Haggerty scored seven.

Friday Harbor 32, Sequim 25

Sequim 6 2 13 4 — 25

Friday Harbor 8 11 5 8 — 32

Sequim (25) — Christiansen 10, Haggerty 7, Glasser 5, Green 2, Bower 1.

Friday Harbor (32) — Bailey 18, Mora 5, Woods 3, Mayer 2, Hopkins 2, Black 2.

Friday’s Game

North Kitsap 50, Sequim 29

Sequim 9 0 4 16 — 29

North Kitsap 14 13 15 10 — 52

Sequim (29) — Glasser 8, Christiansen 7, Green 6, Dietzman 4, Sparks 2, Haggerty 2.

North Kitsap (50) — Weins 12, Selembo 8, Moore 8, Vest 6, Hughes 6, Barreith 3, Mackenzie 3, Komar 2, Pearson 2, Bato 2.

Clallam Bay 62, Chief Kitsap 15

POULSBO — The Clallam Bay girls improved their record to 10-4 with a 62-15 win over Chief Kitsap.

The Bruins are now 3-2 in North Olympic 1A League play after Friday’s win.

Clallam Bay next plays at Neah Bay at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

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