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Volleyball, basketball and golf scores from Sequim and Port Angeles

  • Wednesday, January 7, 2015 12:36pm
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Golf

SkyRidge Golf Course

• Member Event, One Person Scramble, Dec. 28

Gross: 1. Josh Koester, 66. Net: 1. (tie) Steve Lee, Mike Penna and Toby Weidenheimer, 59; 4. (tie) Ralph Elston and John Naples, 60; 6. (tie) Don Daniels and Dave Kays, 61.

 

Basketball

Port Angeles recreation adult league

• Jan. 4

Elwood Allstate 89, Sunny Farms 34. Leading scorers — Elwood: Ian Garling 31, Matt Elwood 16; Sunny: Devon Dahl 10, Johnny Waldron 9

Angeles Plumbing 58, Carlsborg Station 47. Leading scorers — Angeles: Rickie Porter 24, Justin Anyiquia 16; Carlsborg: Cody Smithson 18, Derek Schumaker 14.

 

Volleyball

Port Angeles Recreation coed league

• Jan. 5

High Energy Birds 3, Rookies 0 (25-20, 25-20, 25-18)

Gone Squatchin’ 2, Serena’s Spikers 1 (25-11,25-19,23-25)

7 Cedars Casino 3, Umpqua Bank 0 (25-22, 25-23, 26-24).

 

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