PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim soccer shuts down Kingston in district playoff tuneup

Riders tennis sweeps

SEQUIM — Sequim poured in four goals in a senior-night triumph over Kingston on Wednesday.

“The biggest emphasis for us recently is finishing and scoring, and we have been able to do that in the last couple of games,” coach Ken Garling said.

Garling said the Wolves dominated possession for much of the game, breaking through just before halftime.

“Rafa Flores got things rolling in the 33rd minute,” Garling said. “He followed up his shot that bounced off the goalkeeper and a defender, stayed with it and put it in net.”

Ethan Knight added the second score just after halftime.

“A tremendous solo goal, an overhead kick with his left foot that beat the keeper,” Garling said.

Brandon Wagner added a third score in the 60th minute.

“A nice, left-footed shot inside the box from about 15 yards, low and hard to the corner,” Garling said.

Cristian Gonzalez finished it up with a penalty kick in the final minutes.

Sequim (10-5) will find out its district-tournament seeding this weekend and begin district play Tuesday.

Girls Tennis

Port Angeles 7, North Mason 0

BELFAIR — The Roughriders swept all three contested matches in a forfeit-filled sweep of the Bulldogs on Wednesday.

The No. 2 doubles team of Hannah Basden and Shannon Callahan earned player of the match honors from coach Stephanie Gochnour for their 6-0, 6-1 triumph.

Port Angeles hosts Sequim today.

Track & Field

East Jefferson competes

SILVERDALE — Field athletes performed well for the Rivals in a four-team Nisqually League boys and girls meet at Klahowya High School.

Tusker Behrenfeld, the reigning Peninsula Daily News Athlete of The Week, won two more events for the East Jefferson boys, who finished second with 57 points, behind winner Bellevue Christian (85.5).

Behrenfeld set a new personal-record distance of 123 feet, 3 inches in the discus and won the javelin by nearly 20 feet (155-3). Teammate Anson Jones edged out Behrenfeld to win the shot put, 41-8 to 39-2.

East Jefferson (44) was fourth in the girls meet, with Vashon taking the top spot (66.5).

Sophomore Elise Gardner earned both individual event wins for the Rivals, taking the shot put with a distance of 25-7, a foot ahead of second-place teammate Melody Douglas, and winning the javelin by nearly 15 feet (92-1).

East Jefferson will compete at the Nisqually League Championships at Vashon on May 14.


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