Sequim’s Kalli Wiker set a school record by hitting nine 3-pointers against Olympic on Friday night.

Sequim’s Kalli Wiker set a school record by hitting nine 3-pointers against Olympic on Friday night.

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim’s Wiker sets 3-point record; PA girls remain perfect

SEQUIM — Sequim senior Kalli Wiker set a new school record for most 3-point baskets made in a single game (boys or girls) after sinking nine 3s in a 71-39 win over Olympic on Friday.

Wiker was previously tied for the record with eight with current boys JV coach Art Green.

“Kalli also had a double-double tonight with 10 rebounds added to her season-high 30 points, six assists and one steal,” coach Linsay Rapelje said.

Rapelje said Melissa Porter’s 17 points were a result of “tough defense and fast breaking.”

Jayla Julmist battled through some injury issues to put up 11 points and grab eight rebounds.

“Hannah Bates played well defensively and fed the ball to Kalli giving her five assists,” Rapelje said.

“Jelissa Julmist had great defense with two steals, two blocks and seven boards and so did Jolene Vaara with three steals, two blocks and six boards. What a great way to finish the regular season.”

Sequim (9-1) hosted Bainbridge in the opening round of the Olympic League Tournament late Saturday.

Sequim 71, Olympic 39

Oly. 11 9 13 6 — 39

Seq. 25 10 19 17 — 71

Olympic (39): Willis 13, Bode 9, Ignacio 8, Turnquist 7, Godinez 2.

Sequim (71): Wiker 30, Porter 17, Ja. Julmist 11, Bates 4, Vaara 2, Weller 2, Stipe 2, Morey, Je. Julmist.

Sequim 71, Olympic 39

Olympic 11 9 13 6 — 39

Sequim 25 10 19 17 — 71

Olympic (39) — Willis 13, Bode 9, Ignacio 8, Turnquist 7, Godinez 2.

Sequim (71) — Wiker 30, Porter 17, Ja. Julmist 11, Bates 4, Vaara 2, Weller 2, Stipe 2, Morey, Je. Julmist.

Port Angeles 68, North Kitsap 29

POULSBO — The Riders opened up a close game with an 11-0 run in the final two minutes of the first half to take control.

“With two minutes remaining in the first half, we led 21-15,” coach Michael Poindexter said. “In the closing two minutes, we went on an 11-0 run: a Millie Long driving lay-in, a Jaida Wood 3-point shot off a Millie Long assist, an Eve Burke steal and lay-in, a Millie Long steal and lay-in, and a Jaida Wood driving lay-in.

“We played outstanding defense in the game, both in our 1-3-1 and our man-man. Anna Petty in particular played good defense against their best scorer, Mia McNair, who scored all six of her points in the first quarter.”

Petty had four steals in the game.

Long scored 26 points with five steals and four assists.

Burke scored 16 points with eight rebounds.

Port Angeles (11-0) hosted North Mason (3-7) in the first round of the Olympic League Tournament late Saturday.

Port Angeles 68, North Kitsap 29

PA 15 17 17 19 — 68

NK 9 6 8 6 —29

Port Angeles (68): Long 26, Burke 16, Wood 8, Shamp 7, Larson 6, McGoff 3, Stensgard 2, Gedelman, Brenkman, Petty, Sprague.

North Kitsap (29): Wetzsteon 8, McNair 6, Beers 6, Sunnenburg 5, Selembo 4.

Port Angeles 68, North Kitsap 29

PA15 17 17 19 — 68

NK 9 6 8 6 — 29

Port Angeles (68) — Long 26, Burke 16, Wood 8, Shamp 7, Larson 6, McGoff 3, Stensgard 2, Gedelman, Brenkman, Petty, Sprague.

North Kitsap (29) — Wetzsteon 8, McNair 6, Beers 6, Sunnenburg 5, Selembo 4.

Forks 75, Chief Leschi 38

FORKS — Freshman Keira Johnson narrowly missed out on a triple double with 33 points, 10 rebounds and eight steals as the Spartans got back to business.

“She had eight offensive rebounds,” coach David Hurn said of Johnson’s big night. “Her points were off transition and second chances and hustle and energy.”

Chloe Leverington also had a huge game, scoring 18 points and grabbing 19 rebounds.

Forks (7-3) will host the No. 6 Central League team at home in the loser-out district tournament at 5:15 p.m. Monday.

“It’s our first district game in awhile something new for the program,” Hurn said. “One of the biggest benefits of going to this league is the opportunity to play playoff basketball.”

Forks 75, Chief Leschi 38

CL 4 12 9 13 — 38

F 26 20 17 12 — 75

F : Keira Johnson 33, Leverington 18, Neel 8, Rowley 7, Sandoval 4, Bouchard 3, Wood 2.

Forks 75, Chief Leschi 38

CL 4 12 9 13 — 38

Forks 26 20 17 12 — 75

Forks (75) — Keira Johnson 33, Leverington 18, Neel 8, Rowley 7, Sandoval 4, Bouchard 3, Wood 2.

Neah Bay 71, Taholah 19

NEAH BAY — Seniors Laila Greene, Ruth Moss and Courtney Swan led the Red Devils to a senior night win.

Greene scored 19 points with six rebounds, two blocks and two steals. Moss scored 16 points with nine rebounds and five steals and Swan added 14 points, three boards and three steals.

Neah Bay (9-0) seniors Shilaily Woodruff, Jazzlyn Yallup, Zoey Wachendorf and Ruth Greene also were honored.

Neah Bay 71, Taholah 19

Tah. 4 3 8 4 — 19

NB 21 19 14 17 — 71

Neah Bay (71) — L. Greene 19, Ru. Moss 16, Swan 14, Aguirre 7, Cumming 6, A. Greene 3, Yallup 3, Ry. Moss 2, Woodruff 1, Wachendorf, R. Greene, Grimmett.

Chief Kitsap 60, Crescent 22

POULSBO — The Loggers wrapped the season with a road loss. Crescent senior Chloe Mandeville went out on a high note with five points in the final quarter.

“Lone Crescent senior Chloe Mandeville turned up her game in the fourth quarter hitting a 3 and adding a two-point put back off an offensive rebound,” coach Jonathan Whitehead said.

Ciara Cargo-Acosta led the Loggers with seven points and four assists. Makiah Clark and Audrey Gales totaled seven rebounds apiece.

Cres. 2 6 4 10 — 22

CKA 18 22 9 11 — 60

Crescent: Cargo-Acosta 7, Mandeville 5, Clark 5, Mason 3, Fieldsend 2, Horn, Matumeak, Dunavant, Gales, Moore.

Chief Kitsap 60, Crescent 22

Cres. 2 6 4 10 — 22

CKA 18 22 9 11 — 60

Crescent (22) — Cargo-Acosta 7, Mandeville 5, Clark 5, Mason 3, Fieldsend 2, Horn, Matumeak, Dunavant, Gales, Moore.

Boys Basketball Forks 77, Chief Leschi 45

FORKS — Trey Baysinger put up 27 points and Riley Pursley had 22 in his third-straight 20-plus point outing for the Spartans.

Pacific League champ Forks (9-0) will host Rainier (5-7), a No. 8 seed out of the Central League, in the first round of the Southwest District Tournament on Monday.

Forks 77, Chief Leschi 45

CL 6 13 11 15 — 45

Forks 23 18 22 14 — 77

Forks (77) — Baysinger 27, Pursley 22, Olson 15, Horjesi 8, Doyle 2, Flores, Beebe, Northcutt, Rancourt, Steffen.

Taholah 75, Neah Bay 72

NEAH BAY — Jaxson Halttunen led the Red Devils (8-2) with 26 points in a senior night loss to the Chitwins on Friday.

Julian Carrick added 15 points, three steals and three assists for Neah Bay.

Neah Bay recognized seniors Tony Martinez, Halttunen, Malcom Lovik, Aric Lyons and Robert Richardson.

Taholah 75, Neah Bay 72

Taholah 14 20 22 19 — 75

NB 18 15 12 27 — 72

Neah Bay (72) — Jax. Halttunen 26, Carrick 15, Wimberly 8, Lovik 6, Chambers 5, Lyons 4, D. Halttunen 4, Jad. Halttunen 4, Martinez, Butterfield.

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