SEQUIM — The Wolves volleyball team beat a much-improved Port Angeles squad 3-1 in the girls’ third match in three days.
Sequim won (25-20, 25-14, 24-26, 25-22). The win gives the Wolves a record of 4-1, while it was the first loss of the year for the Roughriders (2-1). Both Sequim and Port Angeles played a visiting North Kitsap team Saturday, giving the Wolves four matches in four days. Teams have been playing five-game matches all season to make up for the shortened season, but after a difficult 181-point Port Angeles match and the North Kitsap match looming, the tired Sequim girls held off on the fifth game, said coach Jennie Webber Heilman.
“It was back and forth quite a bit,” she said.
Leading the way for the Wolves were Kalli Wiker, Amanda Weller and Kendall Hastings. Wiker, a setter, had 29 assists and 13 digs, Hastings had 17 kills and four blocks, and Weller served a perfect 31-for-31 with six aces. Webber Heilman said Weller had several good runs while serving, including an eight-point run in Game 2 that helped give the Wolves an advantage.
“She was serving tough all night. It’s pretty amazing to go 31-for-31,” Webber Heilman said.
McKenna Hastings had 15 digs, Ali Gale served 20-for-21 and had 13 digs, while Jordan Hegtvedt had 16 digs. Freshman Jolene Vaara had nine kills, while Lindsay Swanson served 7-for-7 with 12 digs.
Port Angeles played North Kitsap Saturday afternoon so the Roughriders’ stats were not available. Sequim played the Vikings Saturday night.
Sequim 3, East Jefferson 0
SEQUIM — Kendall Hastings led the Wolves with 18 kills and four stuff blocks to lead Sequim to a 25-16, 25-13, 25-15 win. over East Jefferson on Thursday.
“[The stuff block total] is pretty good because they were sending over a lot of free balls and she happened to be blocking where they had a hitter,” Webber Heilman said.
The teams also played an extra game with the Wolves winning 25-14.
“We didn’t serve as well as we had, maybe I jinxed us there, but we still had 19 aces,” Webber Heilman said.
Wiker totaled six aces with two kills and 27 assists at setter.
Weller added three aces and four kills, while Jessica Asselin served 7 for 7 with an ace, five digs and two perfect passes.
McKenna Hastings pitched in four kills and five digs, Malory Morey was 4-for-4 on serves with two kills and Gale served 4-for-4 with three aces, with two perfect passes and five digs.
Swanson added five aces and Vaara had three kills.
For East Jefferson, Akira Anderson had five aces and four kills, while Katie Ballard had three kills.
Jessica Hawley and Sophie Patterson each had two aces and a kill, while Macy Aumock had an ace and two kills.
“It was a well fought match by all three [Varsity, junior varsity and C] teams, they were all able to overcome obstacles and are prepared for the second half of the season,” said East Jefferson coach Emily Zenz.
Forks 3, Ilwaco 2
ILWACO — The Spartans made the coastal trek and bagged a five-set win over the Fishermen.
“We went five [games], lost the first two sets and came back for the win,” Forks coach Jenn LeDuke said.
Kadie Wood led the team with 15 kills, two aces, two assists and a block.
Kyra Neel added 12 killes, three assists and a pair of aces.
Freshman Kaidence Rigby totaled six kills, eight blocks and two aces.
Colbie Rancourt posted six kills and two aces while Kesia Rowley added four kills and a block.
Neel said freshman LillyAnn Crowell made her high school debut with five kills, an assist and an ace.
Forks (1-2) visits Raymond on Tuesday.
Crosspoint def. Crescent
BREMERTON — The Loggers fell on the road to the Class 2B Warriors.
“A hard-fought battle and a tough loss,” Crescent coach Kimber Sprague said. “We had some injuries but the girls had each other’s backs and played new positions to fight to the end.
JoCy Kazlauskas had 10 digs and an assist while Makiah Clark added six digs, a block and an assist.
The Loggers (1-2) visit Neah Bay on Thursday.
Six-man football Crescent 53, Clallam Bay 0
CLALLAM BAY — Seven Loggers scored touchdowns in a six-man win over the Bruins on Friday.
Crescent coach Brian Shimko said his starting offense ran just seven of 31 total plays with his backups getting a lot of playing time.
“Our two’s really stepped up and stopped them,” Shimko said.
“Clallam Bay has a lot of heart. They don’t give up. They have eight kids and they kept it going.”
Brenten Dalton led the Loggers with two catches for 75 yards and a touchdown and also ran in a score from 23 yards.
Darren Lee (30 yards), Jimmy Bruch (20), Jayden Tejano (12) all scored rushing touchdowns for Crescent.
Wyatt Lee added two carries for 30 yards and another score.
Evan Matumeak caught a 22-yard TD and Terrell Emery returned an interception nine yards for a pick-six score.
Quarterback Weston Hart was 2 for 3 for 75 yards and a touchdown pass and Austin Sage was 2 for 8 for 32 yards and another throwing touchdown.
Crescent (1-1) visits Mary M. Knight next Saturday.
Girls swimming Port Angeles Time Trial No. 3
PORT ANGELES — Four Port Angeles swimmers qualified for districts at the Roughriders girls swimming time trial No. 3 held at Shore Aquatic Center.
Senior co-captain Adriana McClain qualified for district in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1 minute, 21.51 seconds, co-captain Kiara Schmitt qualified for district in the 100 freestyle (1:02.64) and the 100 backstroke (1:10.00), and freshman Yau Fu qualified for district in the 100 freestyle (1:04.75) and the 100 backstroke (1:14.05).
Harper McGuire swam a personal best in the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:06.95, improving her time by more than 4 seconds that she set just a week ago.
Sara Wilson broke the 30-second mark in the 50 freestyle with a 0:29.38 swim
Fu and McGuire also battled it out in the 100 butterfly with times of 1:11.00 and 1:11.24, respectively, with both swimmers achieving district standards.
All the Riders’ relay teams achieved personal bests this week. The 200 medley relay team of McGuire, McClain, Fu and Anne Edwards swam a time of 2:06.25; the 200 freestyle relay team (Maggie Ruddell, Sophia Salas, Wilson and Edwards) swam a time of 2:00.56 and the 400 freestyle relay team (McClain, Salas, Emilee Reid and McGuire) swam a time of 4:24.08.
In diving, Edwards led the way with 256.40 points, while Maizie Tucker had 194.35 points, Aubrie Scott 192.80 and Grace Possinger 138.20.
The Riders’ divers got in on the swimming, putting together a 200 freestyle relay team. Scott also swam the 50 individual freestyle.