PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles boys soccer team took Olympic League powerhouse Kingston to the limit, settling for a 0-0 tie Thursday.
The two teams battled through 80 minutes of regulation and 10 minutes of overtime before getting the tie in the opening league match for both teams.
Each team picked up one point for the tie.
In regular season games, Olympic League teams do not compete in a penalty-kick shootout after tying in regulation and overtime.
Port Angeles played its second game at Wally Sigmar Athletic Complex on the Peninsula College campus because its field, Civic, is still too soggy to play on.
Port Angeles, 0-0-1 in league and 2-2-1 overall, was outshot 18-12 by the Buccaneers.
It was a step forward for the Roughriders to play Kingston even, Port Angeles coach Chris Saari said.
“Our passing game was really good; we kept possession of the ball,” Saari said.
“I’m really proud of how we played.”
Sophomore goalkeeper Jack Doryland earned 11 saves in the game for the Riders.
“Jack had some big saves for us; he kept us in the game,” Saari said.
Doryland was named co-defensive player of the game with junior defender Max Bukovnik while junior forward/midfielder Tamrat Haskins was selected offensive player and junior midfielder/forward Ali El Maallam was picked as transition player.
The Riders next play at North Mason in Belfair in a nonleague game at noon Saturday, varsity only.
Cascade Christian 1, Chimacum 0
PUYALLUP — The Cowboys dominated Cascade in the second half but couldn’t come up with the equalizing goal after Cascade scored in the 35th minute Thursday.
Chimacum still is looking for its first win, falling to 0-1-1 in the Nisqually League and 0-2-1 overall.
The Cowboys outshot Cascade 5-2 in a defensive struggle.
Chimacum next plays at Port Angeles on Monday in a nonleague game.
North Kitsap 3, Port Townsend 1
PORT TOWNSEND — The Redskins are still looking for their first win of the year after dropping the Olympic League game Thursday.
Max Gunn scored in the second minute to give the Redskins a 1-0 lead but the Vikings scored the next three goals.
North Kitsap didn’t score the deciding goal until the 47th minute.
Port Townsend goalkeeper Brian LeMaster had 12 saves in the game.
The Redskins next host archrival Chimacum on Wednesday night in a nonleague game.
Bremerton 4, Sequim 1
SEQUIM — The Wolves fell at home Thursday night in Olympic League action.
Bremerton scored its first goal 30 seconds into the match, setting the tempo for the rest of the game.
Mitch McHugh had the lone Sequim goal with a nice header late in the first half. Waylon Lam had the assist.
Sequim will travel to Auburn on Saturday to take on Auburn Mountainview.
Bremerton 4, Sequim 1
Bremerton 2 2 — 4
Sequim 1 0 — 1
First half: Goal #1, Bremerton, 1st min; Goal #2, Bremerton, 30th; Goal #3, Sequim, McHugh(Lam), 34th.
Second Half: Goal #1, Bremerton, 2nd; Goal #2, Bremerton, 85th.
Girls Golf Sequim wins two
SEQUIM — The Wolves are 2-0 overall and in the Olympic League after opening 2011 play Wednesday and Thursday.
Sequim beat Kingston 287-314 in nine-hole stroke play Wednesday at Kingston’s home course, White Horse Golf Club, and turned around and beat archrival Port Angeles 263-317 on Thursday at Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course in Sequim.
Kim Duce earned medalist honors Wednesday with a score of 50 while Lisa Doan was runner-up with 53.
Taking third was Hailey Estes with 55, followed by Elisa Sallee, 61 and Vanessa Martinez, 68.
The Wolves bettered their team stroke by 24 on Thursday on their home course as Estes earned medalist honors with 47 and Duce was right behind at 48.
Sequim took the top three places as Doan shot a 50, followed by teammates Sallee, 55 and Maddy Fisher, 63.
“We played well on Thursday,” Sequim coach Garrett Smithson said.
Dana Fox came in first for the Roughriders, shooting 54 while Maddi Baumann was right behind at 55.
Other Riders were Sydney Rauch, 65, Bailey Beckett, 71 and Chloe Brown, 72.
Track Forks in seven-way
ILLWACO — The Spartans had some good performances in the seven-way meet Thursday.
Sophomore Shane WhiteEagle was a double winner for the Spartans, winning the 100-meter sprint in 11.57 seconds and the 200 in 24 seconds flat, both personal bests.
Brian Santman won the 800 in 2:12 while senior Bryce Johnson was second in the high jump despite competing in the event for the first time.
Kristen Larson led the girls by taking first in the 3,200 in 13:04 while freshman Erin Weekes was runner-up in the 300 hurdles.
Forks competed in its first meet of the year in a windy, cold and rainy meet.
POULSBO — The Wolves had three athletes take home top honors at Thursday’s Olympic League meet.
The girls team placed second, and was led by Haleigh Harrison’s first-place finishes.
Harrison took home first in the long jump, high jump and triple jump.
The Sequim boys finished third at the meet.
Leading the way for the boys was Jayson Brockelsby, finishing first in the high jump and 200-meter dash.
Stephen Stilts ran to first place in the 110-meter hurdles and came in second in the 300-meter hurdles.
PA in three-way
PORT ANGELES — Kiana Andrus was a triple winner to lead the Roughrider girls to a three-way win while Ian Ward and Troy Martin were double winners for the Port Angeles boys.
The Riders hosted Kingston and Klahowya in an Olympic League three-way meet Tuesday.
Andrus won the triple jump, shot put and discus while three other Riders won one event each.
The other winners were Tally Swanson in the 110 hurdles, Alison Maxwell in the 300 hurdles and Tarah Erickson in pole vault.
The girls won with depth, taking the majority of the second through fourth places.
Maxwell was runner-up in the 3,200, 1,600 and pole vault as well as taking the 300 hurdles.
On the boys side, Ward won the triple jump and high jump while Martin took the discus and shot put.
Seven other athletes won individual events, including Colton Fields in the 110 hurdles, Rickie Porter in the 100, Easton Temres in the 200, Parley Scott in the 400, Tavish Taylor in the 800, Cameron Braithwaite in the long jump and Jordan Norberg in pole vault.