Girls basketball: Kingston upends Sequim


The fourth quarter spelled doom for the young Sequim Wolves' girls hoops squad Monday, as they dropped a 43-34 Olympic League matchup at Kingston.

Alexas Besand led the Wolves (0-3 in league, 10-4 overall) with 12 points while Melanie Guan poured in eight points.

Savannah Turrieta led the Buccaneers with 19 points. Kingston forced 32 turnovers and had 21 steals.

The Wolves host North Mason on Dec. 12 and play in Silverdale against the Klahowya Eagles on Dec. 14.

Sequim edges Crosspoint

A Besand put-back off a missed shot helped Sequim's girls basketball squad break into the win column on Dec. 7.

Besand scored 17 points — including a three-point-play that proved to be the winner — and added 19 rebounds as Sequim got by 2B Crosspoint Academy of Bremerton, 38-34, on Dec. 7.

Elise Beuke and Caitlin Stofferahn had six points each in the win for Sequim (0-2 in Olympic League, 1-3 overall).

Sophomore Deserée Doty, daughter of former Sequim High prep sports great Derrin Doty, led Crosspoint with 20 points.
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