SEQUIM — Sequim High School senior Zoei Zbaraschuk remains scorching hot in girls golf.
Zbaraschuk scored even-par 35 on the back-nine at Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course to spark the Wolves to a 91-74 Olympic League win over Kingston on Thursday.
The senior recorded her best career prep score for medalist honors.
“Zoei is unbelievable,” Sequim coach Garrett Smithson said. “I have never had someone score even-par since I have been coach here.”
Smithson is in his third year as the head girls golf coach.
Zbaraschuk is now 3-for-3 for medalist honors in Sequim’s 2009 matches.
The Wolves improve to 2-0 in league and 3-0 overall.
Zbaraschuk’s gross score converted into a Stableford score of 36 points.
Sequim’s Kim Duce tied for second place with a gross of 49 for 22 Stableford points. That was the second-best round of the year for Duce.
Lisa Doan had a 55 gross for 16 points for the Wolves as she was followed by teammates Hayley Estes with 10 points and Ashley Morton with seven.
Hayley Welch led the Buccaneers with a gross of 49 to tie Duce for second while Kingston’s Elle Sander had a score of 50.
The Wolves next play April 23 against Port Townsend at Port Townsend Golf Club.
Port Angeles 104, Klahowya 40
BREMERTON — The Roughriders put up their finest performance of the season in Thursday’s nine-hole match at Gold Mountain’s Cascade Course.
“That’s the most [Stableford] points we’ve scored all year,” Port Angeles coach Mike DuPuis said.
“It’s also the same course as our league championship this year, so its nice to get an early round on it.”
The Roughriders (4-0, 4-1) were led by match medalist Tracie DuPuis’ 49, good for 24 Stableford points.
Emily Cook shot a 50 and freshman D’Arcy Depew shot her best-ever competitive round of 54.
The Riders are in action again at home against North Kitsap on Tuesday.
Port Angeles 104, Klahowya 40
Stableford Scores (9 holes)
Port Angeles (140)
Tracie DuPuis 49 (24); Emily Cook 50 (23); Lauren Coventon 52 (20), Ev Grier 52 (20), D’Arcy Depew 54 (17)
BASEBALL: Chimacum 9, Vashon Island 2
CHIMACUM — The Cowboys erupted with seven runs in the first inning to put this makeup Nisqually League game out of reach early.
The Pirates scored their two runs in the top of the second.
“This was one game I was a little nervous about,” coach Loren Bishop said. “Vashon has pounded some teams recently.
“This was a good win for us.”
Chimacum remained undefeated in league at 5-0 and improved to 8-2 overall.
Landon Cray (2-0) pitched the first four innings, striking out five and walking four, while Ivan Evasick threw the final three innings.;
Cray also had the hot bat, going 2-for-2 with four RBIs while Dillon Dukek went 2-for-3 with two RBIs.
The Cowboys play at Orting today and then have five games in five days next week in an attempt to beat the closure of Hood Canal on May 1.
Onalaska 9, 10; Forks 5, 9
ONALASKA — Forks dropped a Southwest Washington League doubleheader to Onalaska on the road on Thursday.
In Game 1, Forks starter Chase Moore (0-2) was chased in the third inning after allowing eight runs, five of them earned.
Brien Jaksha was the lone bright spot for the Spartans, going 3-for-3 at the plate with a double, two RBIs and a run scored.
In the second game, Forks (2-6, 3-7) came away with a similar disappointing result, losing 10-9.
“We had the bases loaded with two outs in the bottom of the seventh and we took a called third strike [to end the game],” Forks coach Jerry DeFord said.
Forks hosts Ocosta on Saturday.
Onalaska 9, Forks 5
Forks 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 5 5 2
Onalaska 3 1 4 0 0 1 0 9 8 0
WP- Sheppard; LP- Chase Moore (0-2)
Forks: Moore 3IP, 5ER, 3BB, 2K.
Forks: Brien Jaksha 3-3, 2B, 2RBIs, RS,Tyler Ness, Frank Noles
Onalaska 10, Forks 9
Home 0 1 0 1 5 3 0 10 10 3
Forks 0 0 0 1 5 3 0 9 6 3
WP- Ritchie; LP- Justin Winters (1-2)
Forks: Winters, 5IP, 3K, 3BB.
Forks: Tyler Ness 4-4, Jaksha 2B.
SOFTBALL: Onalaska 5, 22; Forks 4, 5
ONALASKA — The Spartans (6-2 in league, 6-3 overall) suffered their first two Southwest Washington League, Evergreen Division losses of the season at the hands of the undefeated Loggers in Thursday’s doubleheader.
Forks’ Alexa Justus was tagged with the loss on the mound in both games, which included a near win in the first contest.
The Spartans took a 4-3 lead in the eighth inning of that game only to see Onalaska score two runs off Justus in the bottom half to escape with an extra innings victory. Things weren’t nearly as close by the end of the second game.
Justus went a combined 4-for-6 with five RBIs in the doubleheader, while Kylea Allen had four stolen bases and three runs scored.
The Spartans host Ocosta in nonleague play on Saturday.
Onalaska 5, Forks 4 (8 inn.)
Forks 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 — 4 5 2
Onalaska 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 — 5 13 5
WP- Barnes; LP- Justus (6-2)
Forks: 7+IP, 7K, 13 hits, HBP, 4ER.
Onalaska: Barnes 8IP, 13K, 5 hits, BB.
Forks: Justus 2-3, 2RBI, Raven McCann 2-4, 3B, R.
Onalaska 22, Forks 5
Onalaska 1 5 0 3 0 1 (12) — 22 22 2
Forks 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 — 5 7 4
WP- Givens; LP- Justus (6-3)
Forks: Justus 6+IP, McIrvin 0.2IP, Gillett 0.1IP.
Forks: Kylea Allen 3-4, 2SB, 2R; Alexa Justus 2-3, 3RBI, SB.
TRACK AND FIELD: Forks teams second
ROCHESTER — The Spartan girls and boys teams each took second at a seven-team Southwest Washington League meet on Thursday.
The boys team scored 77 points in its meet, led by Luke Dixon’s two first-place finishes in the shot put and 100 meter dash.
The senior won the shot with a throw of 45 feet, three inches, and took the 100 in a time of 11.94 seconds.
Scott Reed finished second in the 300 hurdles for the Spartans in 45.48 and Brian Santman was second in the 800 (2:09).
Sebastian Ramos also had a second-place finish in the javelin with a throw of 138-4, topping his previous personal best by 20 feet.
The girls team notched 76 points in its second-place showing.
Chanda Romney won both the 1,600 and 3,200 runs. The latter victory was part of a Forks sweep, with Kristen Larson taking second and Zerrica Bennett third.
Nicole Potter also took second in discus (85-10) for Forks.
The Spartans will join several Peninsula schools at the Crescent Invitational in Joyce on Saturday.
BOYS SOCCER: Port Townsend 5, Klahowya 0
SILVERDALE — The Redskins (3-2, 4-4) exploded for four second-half goals on their way to an Olympic League victory on Thursday night.
Luis Quintana scored two goals, Alex Lockwood had a goal and an assist and Chris Shively added two assists in the win.
“It was a nice win,” Port Townsend coach Patrick Kane said. “Late in the first half and throughout the second half we controlled the ball a lot better.”
Port Townsend travels to Bremerton today for another Olympic League game.
Port Townsend 5, Klahowya 0
Port Townsend 1 4 — 5
Klahowya 0 0 — 0
First half: 1, Port Townsend, Luis Quintana (Alex Lockwood), 20th minute.
Second Half: 2, Port Townsend, Lockwood, 42nd minute. 3, Port Townsend, Sam Selisch (Sebastian Lyons), 56th minute. 4, Port Townsend, Hab Rubio (Shively), 67th minute. 5, Port Townsend, Quintana (Chris Shively), 70th minute.
Forks 4, Montesano 0
MONTESANO — Wilson Avila-Luna registered a hat trick, scoring the Spartans’ first three goals, as Forks cruised to another Southwest Washington League victory on Thursday night.
The Spartans (7-3 in league and overall) head to Tenino on Saturday for another league tilt.
Forks 4, Montesano 0
Forks 2 2 — 4
Home 0 0 — 0
First half: 1, Forks, Avila-Luna, 19th minute. 2, Forks, Avila-Luna (Molina), 32nd minute.
Second Half: 3, Forks, Avila-Luna, 63rd minute. 4, Forks, Kerschner (Weeks), 78th minute.
JV- Forks 2, Montesano 0