PREP HOOPS: Redhawks win third straight, Red Devils fifth straight

GRANITE FALLS — The Port Townsend basketball boys won their third straight game, again shooting well from outside in a 54-46 win over Granite Falls.

Berkley Hill hit four 3-pointers and scored 21 in Saturday’s win. Hill has eight 3-pointers in his past two games and is averaging 21.5 over those two games. Detrius Kelsall scored 16, hitting two treys.

The Redhawks have hit 19 treys in their past two games, 16 of them from Hill and Kelsall.

Kaiden Parcher also added eight points.

The game was the last nonleague contest for Port Townsend, which pushed its record to 8-3 (3-0 in Olympic League 1A Division). The Redhawks will play at Chimacum at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Port Townsend 54, Granite Falls 46

Port Townsend 11 14 13 16 — 54

Granite Falls 10 13 9 14 — 46

Port Townsend (54) — Hill 21, Kelsall 16, Parcher 8, Boucher 5, Spencer 2, Watkins 2.

Neah Bay 51, Evergreen Luth. 21

TACOMA — Kenrick Doherty Jr. scored 17 points and hit three 3-pointers as a balanced Neah Bay attacked led to the Red Devils’ fifth straight win 51-21 over Evergreen Lutheran.

After a 1-3 start to a season affected by the Red Devils’ long run to the state 1B football championship, the defending 1B basektball champions have pushed their record to 6-3 after Saturday’s win.

For the second straight game, Neah Bay got off to an incredibly fast start. After scoring 26 points in the first quarter Friday in a win over Clallam Bay, the Red Devils scored 25 points in the first quarter against Evergreen Lutheran, taking a 25-4 lead after eight minutes.

Doherty was the only Neah Bay player in double figures, but five different Red Devils scored at least six points. Anthony Bitegeko scored eight, Nate Tyler and Philip Greene each scored seven and Rweha Munyagi scored six.

Neah Bay (6-3) next plays at 7 p.m. at home Wednesday against Crescent.

Neah Bay 51, Evergreen Lutheran 21

Neah Bay 25 11 12 3 — 51

Evergreen Luth. 4 5 7 5 — 21

Neah Bay (51) — Doherty 17, A. Bitegeko 8, Greene 7, Tyler 7, Munyagi 6, S. Bitegeko 2, Johnson 2, Dulik 2.

Evergreen Lutheran (21) — Heimlich 4, Cirelli 4, Rodmyre 3, Rittiercot 2, Lorrette 2, Werkhoven 2, Peoples 2, Kelley 1.

Girls Basketball

Neah Bay 39, Evergreen Lutheran 29

TACOMA — The Neah Bay girls got four 3-pointers and 14 points from Tristin Johnson and 10 points from Cei’J Gagnon in a 39-29 win over Evergreen Lutheran.

The Red Devils (7-2) have now won three straight after two losses at the Crush in the Slush Tournament late last year. Other than those two tournament games, the girls are undefeated.

Neah Bay next plays at 5 p.m. Wednesday at home against Crescent.

Neah Bay 39, Evergreen Lutheran 29

Neah Bay 7 11 10 11 — 39

Evergreen Luth. 8 5 3 13 — 29

NB (39) — Johnson 14, Gagnon 10, Winck 4, Aguirre 4, McCaulley 5, Jimmicum 2.

EL (29) — Schwartz 15, Holder 10, Bergemann 4.

Sequim 57, North Mason 40

(Late Box Score, Friday)

Sequim 57, North Mason 40

North Mason 12 7 8 13 — 40

Sequim 20 9 16 10 — 57

NM (40) — Simsonson 11, H. Womack 8, Green 6, Filer 6, Garrett 4, Griffey 2.

Sequim (40) — Haggerty 21, Glasser 9, Dietzman 6, Christiansen: 10, Shea: 1, Bower 3, Green 6, Sparks: 1

Boys Swimming

Port Angeles 106, Klahowya 75

SILVERDALE — The Port Angeles boys outscored Klahowya 106-75 with nine first-place finishes.

Cameron and Tristin Butler won two events each in Friday’s meet.

Finishing first were:

200-yard medley relay: Alex Hertzog, Tristin Butler, Cameron Butler and Milo Atwater in a time of 1 minutes, 53.03 seconds.

400 freestyle relay: Cameron Butler, Karsten Hertzog, Alex Hertzog and Tristin Butler in 3:47.57.

200 individual medley: Cameron Butler, 2:13.44.

50 freestyle: Jonas Kongerslev, 25.57.

100 butterfly, Cameron Butler, 1:02.18.

100 freestyle, Atwater, 55.84.

500 freestyle: Tristin Butler, 5:01.69.

100 breaststroke: Tristin Butler, 1:06.74.

The Roughriders’ next meet is at home against Sequim at 3:30 p.m. Thursday.

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