PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Sequim girls golfers take inside lane to league title

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Sequim girls golfers take inside lane to league title

SEQUIM — The Sequim’s girls golf team preserved its unbeaten match record and took the upper hand in the race toward an Olympic League championship by besting Olympic 173-204 at Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course on Tuesday.

The Trojans topped the Wolves last season to win the Olympic League title.

“I am so happy for the girls,” Sequim coach Garrett Smithson said. “I know last year’s loss stung. It was nice to see them play well and get the win. It was a complete team effort. The girls total team score was the lowest total of the year by seven shots.”

Sarah Shea earned medalist honors with an even-par round of 36 on the Dungeness’ front nine.

“Yana Hoesel (46), Samantha Smith (42), Maddie Uranga (49) and Jessica German (62) all had career low nine-hole scores.

Sequim (5-0) will face Bremerton at Gold Mountain Golf Club today.

Boys Golf

Sequim beats Olympic, Klahowya

SEQUIM — The unbeaten Wolves claimed the top four places in a dual-match victory over the Trojans and Eagles at Cedars at Dungeness on Tuesday.

Sequim totaled 300 strokes while Klahowya posted 351 and Olympic 364 in the first 18-hole match of the season.

Paul Jacobsen led the way with a 1-under-par 71 for the Wolves, while Blake Wiker posted a 73 and Andrew Vanderberg and Josiah Carter each carded rounds of 78.

Sequim (6-0) will play Bremerton at Gold Mountain Golf Club today.

Boys Soccer

Port Angeles 7, Coupeville 2

PORT ANGELES — The Roughriders controlled the game from the start but allowed an early goal in the 16th minute before rallying for a nonleague rout of the Wolves on Tuesday at Civic Field.

“[We] were able to perservere and get the equalizing goal 11 minutes later when Andrew Methner took a chipped pass from Ben Schneider and slipped it past the Coupeville goaltender,” Port Angeles coach Chris Saari said.

“From there the floodgates opened and [we] scored another four goals in the last 10 minutes of the first half.

“Ben Schneider, Kenny Soule and Andrew St. George each notched two goals and one assist for Port Angeles.”

The Riders added a couple second half goals before Coupeville finished the scoring in the 75th minute.

The Port Angeles JV team shutout Chimacum 7-0 in the nightcap Tuesday at Civic Field.

Port Angeles (4-2-0, 7-2-1) host league-leading Kingston at Civic Field on Friday.

The Riders sit in fourth place in the Olympic League standings with 13 points, four shy of the Buccaneers.

Sequim 9, Olympic 0

SEQUIM — The Wolves opened the second half of Olympic League 2A Division play by routing the Trojans.

“We played pretty well,” Sequim coach Dave Brasher said of Tuesday’s game. “Pretty much the whole game was in their half [of the field]. We held them shotless. We controlled the defense pretty handily between Mathew Craig, Chris Morgan, Adrian Funston and Sean Weber.”

Ryan Tolberd and Mike McAleer each scored two goals to pace the Sequim attack.

Liam Harris added a goal and an assist, Funston came up from defense to add a goal, freshman Eli Gish scored, Spanish exchange student Hayuk Minano found the net and Olympic committed an owl goal on the night.

“Evan James was our man of the match,” Brasher said. “He had a couple of assists and played well in defense.”

Brasher was pleased with how his team played against the cellar-dwelling Trojans.

“It would have been easy to overlook this game,” Brasher said. “We did a little last year we beat them handily the first game and then it was a close 2-1 game until the final 10 minutes. So it was much better to see the boys stay focused and not let down.”

Sequim (5-2-0, 6-2-2) will visit Klahowya (4-0-0, 6-2-1) in a nonleague match Friday.

“We are excited to play them,” Brasher said. “They are a good team and some of our players play with some of their team in select soccer.”

Track and field

Sequim boys win

BELFAIR — Highlighted by Riley Martin’s personal record times in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles, the Wolves’ boys totaled three dual-event winners and won both relay races to win a four-team Olympic League meet at North Mason on Tuesday.

Sequim posted 105 points to knock off the host Bulldogs (96), Bremerton (47) and Chimacum (13).

Martin, a junior, set personal-record times of 15.51 seconds in the 110 hurdles and 41.35 in the 300 hurdles.

He also was part of the Wolves’ first-place 4×400 relay team (3:42.99) along with Trey Brouillard, Silas Isenberger and Darren Salazar.

Isenberger and Salazar teamed with Logan Laxson and Alec Shingleton to win the 4×100 relay in 45.26.

Murray Bingham won the 1,600 (5:00.33) and 3,200 (10:22.42) for Sequim.

Senior Payton Glasser triumphed in the discus with a throw of 106-feet, 3 inches, and set a personal record by clearing 5-10 in the high jump.

Other event winners for Sequim included Liam Byrne, who posted a mark of 11 feet in the pole vault and Riley Cowan who threw the javelin 163-05.

Sequim will compete in the Terrace Invite at Edmonds-Woodway High School on Saturday.

Chimacum’s best individual performance came from Ryan Caldwell’s second-place finish in the javelin (127-06).

The Cowboys will compete in a four-team meet at Bremerton on Wednesday.

Sequim girls second

BELFAIR — The Wolves edged out Chimacum for second place at an Olympic League meet at North Mason on Tuesday.

Sequim totaled 50.5 points and the Cowboys posted 49, well back of the host Bulldogs (89).

The Wolves won four individual events led by dual winner Elizabeth Sweet’s victories in the pole vault (9-06) and triple jump (29-08.75).

Sequim senior Kristinna Barnet set a personal-record time of 2:50.88 to win the 800 meters while Shayli Schuman claimed the 100 hurdles with a time of 17.36.

The Wolves also picked up wins in two relay races.

Daisy Ryan, Barnet, Mary McAleer and Telicia Busby edged Bremerton by .28 seconds to win the 4×100 relay in 53.72 and Ryan, McAleer, Busby and Kiara Pierson teamed to win the 4×200 in 1:56.6.

Sequim will compete in the Terrace Invite at Edmonds-Woodway High School on Saturday.

Chimacum won four individual events with Jada Trafton setting a personal-best distance of 16-06.75 in the long jump and blazing to a 13.45 mark in the 100 meter dash.

Rachel Matthes won the 3,200 in 14:52.7 and Kayla Gates won the high jump (4-08) for the Cowboys.

The Cowboys will compete in a four-team meet at Bremerton on Wednesday.


Quilcene 39, Pope John Paul II 7

LACEY — Quilcene bats erupted in an astounding display of offensive firepower as the Rangers beat Pope John Paul II 39-7.

Coach Mark Thompson said the Rangers banged out 32 hits, and he stressed these were legitimate, no-doubt hits. He also said the Rangers went to great lengths to keep the score down, not stealing bases and subbing out regulars.

In addition to the 32 hits, a trio of Quilcene pitchers also combined to throw a no-hitter. PJP II managed to score seven runs on a number of Quilcene walks and a couple of errors.

Leading the way at the plate were Madison Coffey, who went 4 for 5 with two doubles and three RBIs, Erin Macedo went 4 for 4 with two doubles and four RBIs, Katie Love 3 for 5 with two triples and 2 RBIs, Marissa Kieffer 3 for 6 with a triple and four RBIs and McKenzie Kieffer 3 for 5 with a double and an RBI.

Abby Weller started the game and didn’t give up any hits or runs in a couple of innings to pick up the win, going 4-2 on the year. Brittney Beukes and Kayla Ward also pitched and gave up no hits.

Thompson didn’t know if the 39 runs was a school record, but said it was the most the Rangers have scored in the six years he’s been the coach, bettering the old number of 33 runs. The Rangers, who finished second in the 1B state tournament last year, have also scored 15 and 17 runs in two earlier wins this year.

Quilcene (1-0, 4-2) played the Sequim JV Wednesday, then will next play at 4 p.m. Monday at home against La Conner (1-1, 1-3).

Quilcene 39, Pope John Paul II 7, 5 innings

Quilcene 13 9 6 4 7 — 39

PJP II 0 0 0 4 3— 7

WP: Weller


Quilcene — Weller 2IP, 0H, 3Ks, 0ER; Beukes 2IP, 0H, 4R; Ward 1IP, 0H, 3R.


Quilcene — Coffey 4-5, 2 2B, 3RBI; Macedo 4-4 2 2B, 4RBI; Love 3-5, 2 3B, 2RBI; Marissa Kieffer 3-6, 3B, 4RBI; McKenzie Kieffer 3-5, 2B, RBI.


Compiled from team reports. Email scores to [email protected] or phone 360-417-3525.

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