SPORTS: Neah Bay picks up volleyball win; other prep action

NEAH BAY– Neah Bay picked up a non-league volleyball win in four games over Lake Quinault 18-25, 25-16, 25-14, 25-22 on Saturday.

The Red Devils (2-1, 9-1) played well in the opening game but “just had some errors that made the difference,” according to Red Devils coach Chon Clayton.

Neah Bay rebounded after the first game to take three straight.

“The team focused well after that first one and really made the plays down the stretch in the fourth game,” Clayton said.

Rebecca Thompson led Neah Bay with eight kills, Stephanie Greene added four while Alisha Kallappa had eight serving aces.

Savannah Martin and Fallon Dulik chipped in with five and three aces respectively.

Port Angeles at Wright Park Classic

TACOMA — Port Angeles’ underclassmen ran at the 9-10th grade Wright Park Classic on Friday.

Riders sophomore Hannah Wahto finished seventh in the girls race in 14 minutes, 17.60 seconds on the 2.2-mile course.

Elizabeth Moriarty was 29th in 15:25.40.

Nick Schindler paced the Rider boys, finishing 12th in 12:14.80.

Olympic League Boys Tennis Tournament

POULSBO — The Olympic League boys tennis tournament, set for Friday and Saturday at North Kitsap High School, was postponed due to rainy weather.

The tournament has been rescheduled for Monday and Tuesday at North Kitsap.

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