SPORTS: Port Angeles girls tennis team blows out North Mason to remain perfect; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles girls tennis team did not drop a set in an Olympic League match against North Mason while remaining perfect for the year Tuesday.

The Roughriders won 7-0 to go 5-0 on the season.

The Port Angeles singles players dropped just two games while winning 36-2.

Alexis Corn and Shayla Bohman won 6-0, 6-0 each at No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, while Jordi Fickas won 6-1, 6-1 at No. 3.

Doubles players Callie Peet and Erin McKenna were named players of the match after winning 6-3, 6-0 at No. 4.

“Erin and Callie were playing in only their second varsity match, and I thought they played composed and aggressive,” Port Angeles coach Brian Gundersen said.

Also winning in doubles were Laney Body and Caylie Cook, 6-2, 6-1 at No. 1; Danielle Rutherford and Chelsea Drake, 6-0, 6-0 at No. 2; and Kelsey Coffman and Kyrie Reyes, 6-1, 6-1 at No. 3.

The Riders next host North Kitsap today at the Port Angeles High School courts.

Sequim 7, 
North Mason 0

BELFAIR — The Wolves (2-2) made short work of the Bulldogs, not dropping a single set on their way to an Olympic League sweep on Monday.

Sequim 7, North Mason 0

Match Report


No. 1: Hanson (S) def. Orchard (NM) 6-0, 6-1.

No. 2: Chan (S) def. Nelson (NM) 6-1, 6-2.

No. 3: Smith (S) def. Phillips (NM) 6-1, 6-2.


No. 1: Okamoto/Prorok (S) def. Zevnick/Martin (NM) 6-0, 6-4.

No. 2: Shore/Defilippo (S) def. Urdahl/Rieker (NM) 6-3, 7-5.

No. 3: Smith/Oen (S) def. Cox/Bree (NM) 6-3, 6-2.

No. 4: Mittman/Guan (S) def. Hicks/Satran (NM) 7-5, 6-4.

Chimacum 6, 
Cas. Christian 1

PUYALLUP — Landon Cray and Austin McConnell pitched and hit the Cowboys to the Nisqually League victory over a strong Cascade Christian on Tuesday.

The Class 1A powerhouse now is 3-0 in league and 9-1 on the season, losing only to 2A North Kitsap in the preseason.

Chimacum dominated Tuesday’s game, lading 4-0 after two innings and 6-0 after five.

Cascade scored its lone run in the bottom of the seventh.

Cray (3-1) struck out six in five innings, giving up just one walk and one hit and no runs while McConnell pitched the final two innings, fanning three while allowing four hits and an earned run.

Cray and McConnell also were the top hitters as Cray went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored while McConnell was 3-for-3 with two RBIs and a run.

Devin Manix walked twice and scored two runs.

Quinn Eldridge hit a home run but had it taken away when the umpire said he didn’t see where it landed, coach Jim Dunn said.

“That was ridiculous,” Dunn said. “You could see that the ball had landed inside of the foul pole.”

The Cowboys next host Seattle Christian on Thursday.

Chimacum 6, Cascade Christian 1

Chimacum 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 ­— 6 8 0

Cascade 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 — 1 5 0

WP- Cray (3-1)

Pitching Statistics

Chimacum: Cray, 5IP, 6K, 1BB, 1H; McConnell, 2IP, 3K, 0BB, 4H, 1ER.

Hitting Statistics

Chimacum: Cray, 3-4, 2 RBIs, 2R; McConnell, 3-3, 2RBIs, R.

Sequim 16, Olympic 6

SILVERDALE — The Wolves bats are heating up at just the right time.

Sequim 10-runned an Olympic League opponent in five innings for the second game in a row Tuesday, dropping Olympic behind a barrage of 16 hits.

With a showdown against Port Angeles set for today at Volunteer Field at 4 p.m., Sequim (6-2 in league, 9-3 overall) appears to be hitting its stride.

“We swung the bats as well as we had all year today,” said Sequim coach Dave Ditlefsen, whose team has played seven games in nine days.

“The way we’re swinging the bats right now, I guess getting all of those at bats really helps the kids at the plate.”

Tyler Campbell went the distance on the mound in Tuesday’s win, giving Ditlefsen the luxury of having two of his best hurlers (Drew Rickerson and Isaac Yamamoto) available for today’s game.

“We’ll have guys ready,” Ditlefsen said.

Of course, that includes the suddenly smoking Sequim lineup.

Sequim had six players with multi-hit games Tuesday, led by three-hit games from Kyler Johnston, Ray Montelius and Yamamoto.

A day earlier, Rickerson was a home run short of the cycle while driving in seven runs in the Wolves’ 17-1 win at Bremerton.

The senior went 3-for-3 with a double, triple and two walks, leading Sequim to a five-inning mercy rule win.

Sequim 17, Bremerton 1 (Mon.)

Sequim 7 4 1 2 3 x x ­— 17 13 1

Bremerton 0 1 0 0 0 x x — 1 1 5

WP- Hudson; LP- Not reported

Pitching Statistics

Sequim: Hudson 4IP, R, 0ER, H, 2BB; Yamamoto IP, 0H, 0BB, K.

Hitting Statistics

Sequim: Rickerson 3-3 (2B, 3B, 2BB, R, 7RBI, SB); Montelius 2-4 (RBI, 2R); Yamamoto 1-3 (2R, 2RBI); Wake 1-1 (4R, 2BB, HBP).

Sequim 16, Olympic 6 (Tue.)

Sequim 2 0 4 1 9 x x ­— 16 17 2

Olympic 0 0 0 5 1 x x — 6 5 1

WP- Campbell (2-0); LP- Stevick

Pitching Statistics

Sequim: Campbell 5IP, 4ER, 6R, 5H, 3BB, 3K.

Olympic: Stevick 2.1IP, Downe 2.2IP.

Hitting Statistics

Sequim: Johnston 3-4 (2B, 3B, 4RBI); Montelius 3-4 (2RBI); Yamamoto 3-4 (2B, 3R); Wake 2-2 (BB, HBP, 2RBI); McFarlen 2-2 (2HBP, 2B, 3R); Royall 2-3 (2B, BB, 2R).

Olympic: Middleton 1-2 (2B, R); Skoubo 2-2 (RBI).

Chimacum 17, 
Cas. Christian 0

PUYALLUP — The mercy rule came into effect early as the Nisqually League game was called after three innings when Cascade Christian forfeited.

The Cowboys, with only six games under their belts, scored seven runs in the first inning and 10 in the third.

Chimacum improved to 2-1 in league and 4-2 overall.

Kaitlyn Cabero now is 2-0 after allowing just two hits, walking none and striking out one in the three-inning game.

Mallori Cossell started it off on the right foot with an inside-the-park home run in the first inning.

She ended up 2-for-4 with three RBIs.

Megan Dukek was a perfect 3-for-3 with four RBIs.

It wasn’t all good news for the Cowboys this week, though, as standout first baseman Krista Hathaway may miss the rest of the season after breaking an ankle playing in a select tournament last weekend.

Chimacum next will host Seattle Christian on Thursday.

Chimacum 17, Cascade Christian 0, 3 innings

Chimacum 7 0 10 x x x x ­— 17 12 1

Cascade 0 0 0 x x x x — 0 2 3

WP- Cabero (2-0)

Pitching Statistics

Chimacum: Cabero, 3IP, 1K, 0BB, 2H.

Hitting Statistics

Chimacum: Cossell, 2-4, HR, 3RBIs; Castillo, 1-3, 2B, 3RBIs; Dukek, 3-3, 4RBIs.

Sequim 14, Olympic 1

SILVERDALE — The Wolves (7-0 in league, 10-0 overall) are still waiting for a seven-inning game after Tuesday’s thrashing of the Trojans.

Sequim now has 10 straight mercy-rule victories to begin the season, with Tuesday’s coming after the Wolves slugged 18 hits in a five-inning blowout.

Six different Sequim hitters went for two hits or more, led by four-hit efforts from sisters Rylleigh and Maddy Zbaraschuk.

The latter had a double and a home run, as well as four RBIs and three runs scored.

Sequim travels to Port Angeles today to take on the Roughriders in a battle of the Olympic League’s only two unbeaten teams.

Sequim 14, Olympic 1

Sequim 5 1 0 5 3 x x ­— 14 18 1

Olympic 0 0 1 0 0 x x — 1 3 4

WP- Briones; LP- Not reported

Pitching Statistics

Sequim: Briones 5IP, R, 0ER, 6K, 3H.

Hitting Statistics

Sequim: R. Zbaraschuk 2-4 (R, RBI); M. Zbaraschuk 4-4 (3R, 4RBI, 2B, HR); Hopson 2-3 (4R); Briones 2-4 (RBI, 2B); Besand 2-4 (2R, 2RBI, 2B); Clift 2-4 (R).

Olympic: Bird 1-3; Barry 2-3 (R).

Montesano 10, 19,
Forks 0, 2

MONTESANO — Perennial SWL-Evergreen Division power Montesano swept the Spartans in a league doubleheader on Tuesday.

Courtnie Paul had three of Forks’ five hits on the day, going 3-for-4 with a run scored.

The Spartans (2-4 in league, 2-5 overall) are scheduled to host North Beach on Thursday.

Montesano 10, Forks 0

Forks 0 0 0 0 0 x x ­— 0 1 3

Montesano 2 0 2 6 x x x — 10 10 0

WP- Schnider; LP- Raben

Pitching Statistics

Forks: Raben 4IP.

Montesano: Schnider 5IP.

Hitting Statistics

Forks: Courtnie Paul 1-2.

Montesano 19, Forks 2

Montesano 4 3 7 5 x x x ­— 19 13 1

Forks 0 2 0 0 x x x — 2 4 7

WP- Bullington; LP- Raben

Pitching Statistics

Montesano: Ackley 1.1IP; Bullington 2.2IP.

Forks: Raben 2.2IP; Shaw 1.1IP.

Hitting Statistics

Forks: Courtnie Paul 2-2 (R).

Boys Soccer
Vashon Island 2, Chimacum 0

CHIMACUM — The Cowboys suffered their second straight 2-0 Nisqually League loss in two days.

Charles Wright beat Chimacum by that score Monday and Vashon Island took the honors Tuesday.

The Cowboys are now 0-3-1 in league and 1-5-1 overall.

The Vashon goalkeeper blocked a Chimacum penalty kick in the first half to keep the Cowboys out of the net.

Chimacum goalkeeper Austin Maples had four saves in the game.

The Cowboys next play at Orting on Friday.

Bremerton 5, 
Port Angeles 1

BREMERTON — The defending Olympic League champion Knights led the Roughriders by only 2-1 at halftime and led just 3-1 late in the game but scored two late goals to cruise to the league win.

Tamrat Haskins gave the Riders the early lead by scoring in the ninth minute on an assist by Ali El Maallam.

The Knights tied it up in the 13th minute and went ahead for good in the 23rd minute.

Port Angeles goalkeeper Jack Doryland got banged up in the match but coach Chris Saari said he hopes the sophomore will be OK.

“They outplayed us and we had some defensive lapses,” Saari said.

Haskins was named the offensive player of the game while El Maallam was picked as the transition player.

The Bremerton JV won 4-0.

The Riders next host North Mason on Thursday at Civic Field starting at 6:45 p.m.

Girls Golf
Sequim 283, 
North Kitsap 308

SEQUIM — Kim Duce earned medalist honors as the Wolves remained perfect on the year with the Olympic League match at Cedars at Dungeness on Tuesday.

Duce was three strokes better than any one else with 48 on nine holes.

The Wolves now are 4-0 in league and 5-0 overall.

Teammate Hailey Estes was close behind with 51 while North Kitsap’s Maddy San Fellipo was third with 56.

Elisa Sallee of Sequim and Ashley Jenniges of North Kitsap tied for fourth with 59 each while Lisa Doan of Sequim and Karin Muggli of North Kitsap tied for sixth with 60 each.

Vanessa Martinez of Sequim tied for eighth place with 65 while teammate Maddy Fisher took 10th with 67.

Boys Golf
Chimacum 185, 
Orting 200

PORT LUDLOW — The Cowboys had four golfers shoot in the 40s to claim Tuesday’s nine-hole Nisqually League match on the Tide Course at Port Ludlow Golf Club.

Mason Moug shot a 41 to lead the Cowboys (4-0, 4-1), just three shots behind match medalist Joe Harvie of Orting at 38.

Chimacum will host the Port Ludlow Invitational on April 26.

Chimacum 185, Orting 200

Stoke Play (9 holes)

Port Ludlow Golf Club (Tide Par-36)

Chimacum (185)

Moug, 41; Browning, 49; Lovekamp, 48; Miller, 47; Downs, 55.

Orting (200)

Harvie, 38; McCelland, 46; Lavernge, 53; Dooley, 63.

Sequim 408,
North Kitsap 482

SEQUIM — The Wolves scored a resounding victory in a battle of Olympic League unbeatens Tuesday.

Ryan O’Mera shot a 1-under 71 to claim medalist honors in the 18-hole competition at Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course.

Four others shot in the 80s for the Wolves, who are now 4-0 in league and overall.

“We still have some improvement to do, but I think the kids did awesome,” Sequim coach Vic Quinet said. “They keep improving every game.”

Sequim next travels to Lakeland Village Golf Course in Allyn to take on North Mason on Thursday.

Sequim 408, North Kitsap 482

Stroke Play (18 holes)

Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course (Par 72)

North Kitsap (482)

Means, 77; Marxs, 93; Jenniges, 101; Coover, 104; Ohnhaus, 107.

Sequim (408)

O’Mera, 71; Maloney, 81; Penza, 83; Torres, 85; Francis, 88.

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