Sport briefs

Mountaineers snap streak with win

The Port Angeles-Sequim Mountaineers middle school lacrosse team earned a 10-1 win against Kitsap on March 15, marking the team’s first win in its three seasons of existence. The team consists of 10 Sequim players and three Port Angeles-area players. “The team worked extremely hard and are thrilled over this accomplishment,” head coach Lee Biladeau said.

Baseball clinic set

The Sequim High School baseball program hosts a clinic for players in grades 3-8. The camp is set for 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday, March 22, at the high school fields near Fir Street. SHS varsity players and coaches provide instruction. Cost is $20 and includes a baseball cap, drink and snack. For more information, call 582-3600.

Mariner schedules are here

Free pocket-sized schedules for the 2014 Seattle Mariners season are at the Sequim Gazette office, 147 W. Washington St., while supplies last.

Avalanche take second

The Olympic Avalanche fifth-graders played up to their older counterparts and still nearly took a tourney title. The Avalanche took second place in the girls’ sixth-grade division at the Port Angeles Parks & Recreation’s Olympic Lodge Spring Hoopfest youth basketball tournament, March 8-9, falling by two points to Black Hills in the championship. The loss snaps the team’s 17-game win streak.

Agility camp planned

Anytime Fitness of Sequim is holding a week long PeakSPEED youth speed and agility camp for youths ages 8-14. It will be from 3-4 p.m. March 31-April 3 at the Anytime Fitness Group Training Zone. This will be a great camp with prizes, awards and more. Fee applies. Call 683-4110.


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