TACOMA — Forks wrestlers beat both 4A Curtis and 3A Bethel in a double dual Saturday in Tacoma.
The Spartans defeated Curtis by score of 63-15. Winning their matches by pin were Dalton Kilmer, Walker Wheeler, Colton Duncan, Jake Weakley, Hayden Queen and Hayden Baker. Sloan Tumaua won by decision 10-6.
Against Bethel, the Spartans won 63-18. Winning their matches with pins were Conner Demorest, Kilmer, Wheeler, Duncan, Weakley, Queen, Baker and Tumaua. Matthew Montes won a 15-11 decision.
On the girls side, Peyton Johnson was 1-0 on the day, Karen Ensastegui-Salazar was 1-1, and Jameson Demorest was 3-1.
The Spartans next host the district tournament at 11 a.m. Wednesday. The event will be held on the football field, weather permitting.
Schmadeke wins at Bainbridge
BAINBRIDGE — The Bainbridge gymnastics team barely nipped a combined Port Angeles/Sequim/Crescent team 150.45 to 149.45 in a Saturday meet.
Alex Schmadeke of Sequim finished first overall with 33.35 points. Susannah Sharp of Sequim was fourth with 30.35 points and Emma Sharp of Sequim was fifth at 28.9.
In individual events, Susannah Sharp won the vault with an 8.4, while Schmadeke came in second with an 8.3. Kori Miller of Sequim was fifth at 8 and Emma Sharp was sixth at 7.9.
In the uneven parallel bars, Schmadeke won again with a 7.45, while Miller was second with a 7.0. Emma Sharp was sixth with a 6.25.
In the balance beam, Schmadeke came in second with an 8.9, while Mei-Ying Harper Smith of Port Angeles was sixth with a 7.7.
In the floor exercise, Schmadeke was second again with an 8.7, while Emma Sharp was third with an 8.5 and Susannah Sharp was fourth with an 8.4.
PA at league
BREMERTON — The Port Angeles Roughriders sent two singles players (Reef Gelder and Edun Bailey) and two doubles teams (Wyatt Hall-Caleb Flodstrom and Seth Woods-Jacob Miller) to Central Kitsap for the Olympic League Tournament last week.
Port Angeles had a third-place finisher in both singles (Gelder) and doubles (Hall-Flodstrom).
The Roughriders finished with a third-place finish as a team in the 11-team tournament. The Riders, who finished the regular season with an 8-1 record, say goodbye to seniors Hall, Flodstrom and Woods).
But coach Brian Gunderson said the team has a lot of young players to continue building the program.
“I was really happy with the outcome of the tournament. The guys showed up ready to play and put their best foot forward,” Gunderson said.