Sequim's bowlers have figured out how to win in the clutch.
After splitting a pair of regular games with Peninsula Jan. 8, Sequim High's bowlers swept a pair of Baker-format games to edge the Seahawks 5-2 and stay in the hunt for third place in the Olympic League.
Samantha Whiteside led Sequim with a 299-pin series while Kim Duce knocked down 254 pins and Breanna Krumpe had a 238-point series.
The Wolves (4-6) took the first game 651-596 and dropped game two 610-585. Sequim came back to win the Baker games 158-129 and 155-121. They won the total pin count as well, 1,549 to 1,456.
Sequim was scheduled to take on Klahowya in Silverdale Jan. 13 - results were not available at press time.
The Wolves play at North Mason Jan. 15 and host Olympic Jan. 22.
The Sequim Baseball batting cages (775 W. Washington St.) are home to a one- and two-person baseball batting tournament Jan. 17.
The tourney begins at 10 a.m. with prizes for first-, second- and third-place finishers.
Cost is $10 per person; cost includes a barbecue.
For more information, call Sequim Baseball at 683-3357.
SkyRidge Golf Course, 7015 Old Olympic Highway, is home to the Winter Time Open Three-Person Scramble, set for Jan. 17.
Each member of the three-person team must have a total index of 18 or higher
The event begins with a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start.
Cost is $90 per team; only the first 24 teams to sign up will play. Optional honey pots are $60 per team. Fee includes gross and net winner prizes, range balls, two team KPs and a late afternoon lunch.
For more information, call the golf course at 683-3673.
King hoops tourney set
The Port Angeles Recreation Department's Martin Luther King basketball tournament is scheduled for Jan. 17-18, with divisions for boys and girls in grades five-eight.
Teams pay $225 to enter and play at least four games.
For more information or to register, call Dan Estes at 417-4557 or e-mail to: email@example.com.
Men's club hosts 'Diehard Duo'
The Cedars at Dungeness Men's Club Diehard Duo challenge, a two-player-per-team series, begins Jan. 19 and runs through March.
The challenge is in match-play format with a maximum handicap spread of 10.
Cost is $20 per team; 2009 men's club dues must be paid to enter.
For more information, call 683-2653.
P.A. pool home to fundraiser
The "Save the P.A. Pool Fundraiser" is scheduled for 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at the William Shore Memorial Swimming Pool, 225 E. Fifth St., Port Angeles.
The competition is open to the public.
Teams of four compete by swimming a 200-yard relay (eight pool lengths); each member swims 50 yards, two lengths of the pool. Starts and transitions happen in the water rather than off starting blocks. Some heats may be assigned a gimmick.
Heat winners win bragging rights and all teams receive a tile at the pool in their team's honor.
Cost to compete is $100 per team of four; admission to watch the event is by donation.
Funds raised go toward helping keep the William Shore Memorial Pool open.
For more information, call Krista Winn at 457-0308 or 477-1852.