Sequim fifth-graders takeMartin Luther King Invite title

  • Monday, January 29, 2018 4:10pm
  • Sports

Sequim’s fifth-grade boys basketball squad make quick work of their four foes to take a division title at the Port Angeles Parks & Recreation’s Martin Luther King Classic Tournament, held Jan. 13-14.

The Wolves out-scored opponents by an average of 31 points.

Sequim opened with a 65-32 win over Poulsbo’s Drive, with Lincoln Liggins scoring 23 points and Blake Marshall adding 20.

Game two saw Sequim dominate Gig Harbor Tide-Silver, with Liggins scoring 22 points and Izaiah Alonzo chipping in 14.

In game three, Liggins once again scored 22 points and Jamison Gray added 18 as Sequim routed Port Angeles White, 63-30.

In the championship game, Sequim knocked off Lakewood Select, led by Liggins’ 28 points and Alonzo’s 12.

Their four-game sweep improves the Wolves’ season record to 12-0.

Martin Luther King Classic Tournament, final standings:

Girls sixth grade division — 1. Port Angeles Junior Threat, 2. Bainbridge Roots Six, 2. North Kitsap Elite, 2. PA Fire & Ice, 5. Bainbridge Roots Five. Championship: Port Angeles Junior Threat 31, Bainbridge Roots Six 19

Girls eighth grade division — 1. Bainbridge Roots Gold, 2. PA Hazard, 3. Sequim Wolves, 4. Bainbridge Roots Blue, 5. Forks Spartans, 5. Kitsap GT, 7. Port Angeles Apex. Championship: Bainbridge Roots Gold 43, Port Angeles Hazard 26

Boys fourth grade division — 1. Bainbridge Roots, 2. Gig Harbor Tides Select, 3. Port Angeles Green, 4. Port Angeles White, 5. Lakewood Select

Boys fifth grade division — 1. Sequim Wolves, 2. Lakewood Select, 3. Gig Harbor Tides Gold, 4. Port Angeles White, 5. Forks Spartans, 6. Drive (Poulsbo), 7. Bainbridge Roots Silver, 8. Bainbridge Roots Gold, 9. Gig Harbor Tides Silver, 10. Silverdale Spartans, 11. Port Angeles Green, 12. Mount Baker. Championship: Sequim Wolves 59, Lakewood 30

Boys sixth grade division — 1. Drive, 2. Lakewood Select, 3. Gig Harbor Tides Select Gold, 4. Bainbridge Roots, 5. Port Angeles Green, 6. Port Angeles White, 7. Gig Harbor Tides Select Silver, 8. Silverdale Spartans. Championship: DRIVE 60, Lakewood Select 38

Boys seventh grade division — 1. Gig Harbor Tides, 2. Stanwood Spartans, 3. DRIVE Basketball, 4. Mount Baker Red, 5. Sequim Wolves, 6. Lakewood Select, 7. Silverdale Spartans, 8. Peninsula Seahawks, 9. Port Angeles White, 10. Port Angeles Green, 11. Bainbridge Roots, 12. Mount Baker Black. Championship: Gig Harbor Tides 55, Stanwood Spartans 40

Boys eighth grade division — 1. Gig Harbor Tides, 2. Bainbridge Roots, 3. Port Angeles Green, 4. DRIVE Basketball, 5. Port Angeles White, 6. Sequim Wolves, 7. Port Angeles White, 8. Northwest Fierce (Port Townsend). Championship: Gig Harbor Tides 63, Bainbridge Roots 41.

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