Sports: Port Angeles girls basketball preview

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles High School girls basketball program will have a different look after losing four-year varsity player Ashley Payne to graduation and losing first-year coach Molly McDougall.

Payne is off to Seattle University while Tom Seros will become the third head coach for the Roughriders in the past three years.

Seros is feeling confident about the Riders but he isn’t willing to make any predictions on how the team may do. Seros is from Arizona, where he coached high school basketball for three years.

“We look pretty good,” he said.


The rest of the story appears in the Thanksgiving Day edition of the Peninsula Daily News.

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