PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles’ Edun Bailey and Phoenix Flores held down their home course to take the 29th Duke Streeter Invitational golf tournament, a two-person team scramble format Tuesday at Peninsula Golf Club.
“Edun Bailey and Phoenix Flores took first place for the boys in this 2-man scramble with a 9-under-par 63 on 18 holes,” Riders boys coach Bob Anderson said. “I believe senior Rider Edun really enjoyed his last time playing at home in Rider green as he started off punching in a 106-yard shot straight into the hole for an eagle on hole six, which was their first hole on the shotgun start.”
Bailey’s tee shot also won a long drive prize to make the day even sweeter.
Austin Worthington and Nate Anderson teamed up to shoot 2-over-par 74 for the Riders.
Port Angeles’ Piper Williams and Lauryn Chapman combined to shoot a 12-over-par 84, while Claire Osterberg and Mia Neff shot a 92.
Williams also won both of the tournament’s closest to the pin prizes.
“Girls coach Mike Dupuis and I enjoyed hosting the 29th Duke Streeter invitational Tournament at PGC We had 56 high school golfers from the Olympic League participate,” Anderson said.
Anderson said Al Osterberg donated food for the post-match barbecue and parent Val Spencer also helped out.
“Always grateful to our PGC pro Mark Morrow and also Sequim girls coach Tim Lusk, as they help us to make this an annual event.”
North Kitsap 2, Sequim 0
SEQUIM — Sequim didn’t get the result it was searching for — an upset of Olympic League-leading North Kitsap, but the Wolves did show improvement against the 10-1-0 Vikings.
“It was not our best game, but we played good enough to give ourselves a chance and try to get a positive result,” coach Juan Carlos Cisneros said. “Especially in the first half, where we matched and at times exceeded better play than North Kitsap.”
A pair of Wolves’ mistakes led to both Vikings’ goals.
“Unfortunately for us we had a few bad decisions by our players, especially one where we gave them a penalty in the first half,” Cisneros said. “It could have been avoided. Even with that set back we defended well and created chances when we attacked. Going in to the second half being down 1-0, we conceded the second goal on a poor clearance that found the feet of the opponent right on top of the 6-yard box. We lost our composure there at the end and we were not able to mount a comeback. Credit North Kitsap, they outplayed us in the second half.”
Sequim (4-7-0) hosts Bainbridge tonight.
Port Angeles 1, Olympic 0
BREMERTON — Hannes Spieker broke through for a score after halftime and the Roughriders and goalkeeper Marcus Hogan earned their fifth shutout of the season in a 1-0 road win over Olympic.
The Riders dominated the game throughout, but were not able to score until the 56th minute Spieker put the Riders ahead officially.
“The ball was bouncing around in front of the goal after it was served across the middle by Jacob Miller. Hannes got a foot on it and it went into the lower far post,” coach Chris Saari said.
Down four starters, Port Angeles still had plenty of chances to get goals. Kaleb Gagnon and Caim Valles both had shots that hit the post in the first half. Port Angeles had 10 corner kicks and multiple free kicks that were good scoring opportunities.
The Trojans only had a few chances on long free kicks into the PA box.
Saari credited assistant Scott Moseley for imparting some good ideas at halftime and midway through the second half.
“We pulled Grant Butterworth out of the back line and subbed in Jacob Olsen. That allowed us to move Grant up to outside midfield where he made an immediate difference in our attack,” Saari said. “We then switched to a 4-4-2 formation and moved Spieker up front and shortly thereafter we got the game-winning goal from Hannes. Moseley picked out those changes and they were very effective for us.”
Spieker was the game’s offensive player of the match, while Landon Close was praised for his solid defensive play despite playing through an injury.
Butterworth was the team’s transition player of the game.
Port Angeles (6-4-1, 8-4-0) visits North Kitsap in a playoff tuneup Friday.
Track and field East
Jefferson at Nisqually meet
SILVERDALE — The East Jefferson track and field team had a great day in the field events, with the girls tying for second in a Nisqually 1A League meet Tuesday at Klahowya High School.
Reid Martin had a personal-best throw in the javelin with a throw of 153 feet, 6 inches. Ellise Gardner with the girls’ team also had a personal-record javelin distance of 112-7, good for first place and fifth-best statewide at the 1A level.
Also taking first was Addy Asbell in the shot put with a distance of 30-10½.
Hilina Taylor-Lenz also won the 1,600 meters with a time of 5 minutes, 57.81 seconds.
Adelynn Johnson took second in the discus with a throw of 87-1, a personal record, while Kaylen Pray was second in the 200 meters with a personal-record time of 28.11 seconds.
The East Jefferson 4×400 girls relay team of Taylor-Hines, Camryn Hines, Pray and Aliyah Yearian was second with a time of 4:32.81.
The East Jefferson girls tallied 38 points, tied with Klahowya. Bellevue Christian won the event with 140 points.
The East Jefferson boys had 22 points. Bellevue Christian won the boys meet, as well.
Sequim 5, Port Angeles 2
PORT ANGELES — The Wolves swept the singles matches to pick up their second win over the rival Roughriders on the season (7-0 on March 29).
Sequim 5, Port Angeles 2
No. 1: Kendall Hastings (S) def. Liberty Lauer (PA) 6-1, 6-3.
No. 2: Calleigh Thompson (S) def. Waverly Mead (PA) 6-0, 6-2.
No. 3: Tiffany Lam (S) def. Bella Artis (PA) 6-3, 6-2.
No. 1: Cindy Liang/Gwenyth Van Blair (PA) def. Dani Herman/Amara Gonzales (S) 2-6, 6-2, 6-1.
No. 2: Sarah Hancock/Bridget Weed (PA) def. Azlynn Judd/Keira Morey (S) 4-6, 7-5 (7-1), 6-3.
No. 3: Kendall Day/Sydney Thomas-Harris (S) def. Kayla Jones/Summer Hirst-Lowe (PA) 6-1, 6-3.
No. 4: Taylor Heyting/Kristina Prorok (S) def. Katie Sperr-Crane/Abby Robinson (PA) 6-2, 6-4.