PREP SPORTS: Sequim cruises to win over Peninsula High

SEQUIM — Sequim senior Nick Camporini let the game come to him Wednesday night. He was rewarded handsomely.

So, too, was the Sequim boys basketball team.

Camporini torched the Class 3A Peninsula Seahawks for 25 points as the 2A Wolves jumped out to an early lead and cruised from there for a 63-48 victory.

The win marked the second time this season Sequim had knocked off a 3A nonleague opponent, the other time coming at Bainbridge in the Wolves’ season opener last week.

In that game, the Wolves rallied in the second half to win 64-59.

This time around, however, Sequim jumped all over its former Olympic League rivals from the start, building a 33-16 halftime lead that was never challenged.

Camporini led the Wolves (1-1 in league, 3-1 overall) in scoring for the second time this season with his game-high 25 points.

“He shot the ball well form outside,” Sequim head coach Greg Glasser said of Camporini. “He was actually really patient about getting those shots, too.

“He took them when they came.”

Gabe Carter added four points, eight assists and eight rebounds, while Corbin Webb had 13 points for the Wolves.

“The guys know on any night anybody can go off,” Glasser said. “You just never know who it’s going to be.”

Sequim hosts North Mason on Friday night when it resumes Olympic League play.


Peninsula 3 13 14 18 — 48

Sequim 11 22 17 13 — 63

Individual Scoring

Peninsula (48)

Not reported.

Sequim (63)

Lee 5, Hill 4, Meier 5, Carter 4, Webb 13, Brocklesby 4, Guan 3, Camporini 25.



KINGSTON — The Roughriders (1-0, 1-0) had a rough night, narrowly falling to the Buccaneers in an Olympic League match Wednesday night.

“The kids responded after starting off slow,” Port Angeles coach Erik Gonzalez said. “We came back, took the lead but couldn’t hold on.”

The Riders trailed 24-0 in the beginning and had to forfeit a match but battled back to take a 34-33 lead only to come up short in the end.

Winners for Port Angeles included Josh Basden (103 pounds), Michael Ahrens (140), Kacee Garner (152), Brian Sullivan (160), Trevor Lee (171), Brian Cristion (189), and brother Nathan Cristion (215).

The Riders next travel to the Fife tournament on Saturday.


PORT TOWNSEND — The Redskins won three matches but couldn’t put up the numbers needed after forfeiting six matches to the Trojans.

Justin Mead stood out for Port Townsend, winning by decision in the 119-pound weight class. Kris Windle taking (152) and Justin Powers (285) also came away with wins.

Port Townsend next hosts its own tournament Saturday at 10 a.m.




BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — The Wolves fell to the 3A Spartans in a nonleague dual meet Tuesday afternoon.

Sequim took only 12 swimmers and six divers but still swam some district qualifying times.

Thomas Moores had the lone first-place finish for the Wolves in the 50-yard freestyle with a district qualifying time of 24.58 seconds.

Drew Rickerson swam in his first meet with top swims in the 50 and 100 free events, earning a district qualifying time in the 50 free.

The 200 medley relay A team qualified for districts in the meet as well.

The Wolves host their first Olympic League meet of the season today against North Kitsap starting at 3:30 p.m.

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