Community scoreboard — Feb. 26, 2020

  • Wednesday, February 26, 2020 1:30am
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Golf

The Cedars at Dungeness

• Men’s Club, Four-Man Computer Draw, Feb. 19

Gross: 1. Bob Cooper-Bruce Durning-Cary Richardson-Russ Veenema, 65; 2. Ray Ballantyne-Sean Butcher-Paul Langdon-Glenn Songer, 66. Net: 1. Brian Anderson-Bill berry-Morris Fosse-Bob Larkins, 59; 2. Allen Balla-Thomas Deeney-Steve Gish-Bill Riley, 64; 3. (tie) Stephen Falcone-Steve Lewis-John Nally-John Raske; Karl Brehm-Jim Jaqubino-Wally Jenkins-Mel Perricone; Patrick Benapfl-Justin Ewing-Jerry McLinn-Dwain Sparrowk, 65

KPs:Brehm, Larkins, Lewis, McLinn, Robert Bourns, Robert Mares.

Volleyball

Port Angeles Parks & Recreation coed league

• Feb. 24

Lazer Cats 3, Beastmode 0 (25-19, 25-22, 25-22)

Roji Home & Garden 3, Cedars at Dungeness 0 (25-17, 25-19, 25-14)

Jamestown Family Health Clinic 3, Seven Cedars Casino 0 (25-23, 25-14, 25-17)

Sequim YMCA 2, Interfor 1 (25-23, 23-25, 25-15)

• Standings

Lazer Cats 7-0

Sequim YMCA 6-1

Beastmode 4-3

Jamestown Family Health Cl. 4-3

Interfor 3-4

Cedars at Dungeness 2-5

Roji Home & Garden 1-5

Seven Cedars Casino 0-6.

Basketball

• Port Angeles Parks & Recreation’s Red Lion’s Presidents’ Day Tourney youth basketball tournament, Feb. 15-16, final standings

Girls fifth-grade division — 1. Bonney Lake, 2. Meadowdale Lady Mavs Blue, 3. Port Angeles, 4. Meadowdale Lady Mavs White, 5. Port Townsend Crush Select, 6. Sequim Wolves, 7. Mount Baker Mountaineers, 8. Aberdeen Bobcats. Championship: Lady Mavs Blue 42, Bonney Lake 17

Girls sixth-grade division — 1. Coastal Natives (Neah Bay), 2. Port Angeles Elite, 3. Meadowdale Lady Mavs, 4. Sequim Wolves. Championship: Coastal Natives 30, P.A. Elite 28

Girls seventh-grade division — 1. Meadowdale Lady Mavs, 2. Burlington Edison Tigers, 3. Bainbridge Roots, 4. Mount Baker, 5. Port Angeles Fire & Ice, 6. Sequim Wolves, 7. Victoria Heat. Championship: Lady Mavs 37, Burlington Edison 30

Girls eighth-grade division — 1.

Splash Sisters, 2. Port Angeles Threat, 3. Bonney Lake (no championship game

Boys fourth-grade division — 1. Port Angeles, 2. Bainbridge Roots, 3. Sequim Wolves, 4. Crush Select (Port Townsend). Championship: Port Angeles 30, Roots 29

Boys fifth-grade division — 1. Sequim Wolves, 2. Forks Rebels, 3. Port Angeles White, 4. Arlington Swish, 5. Port Angeles White, 6. Port Angeles Green, 7. Mount Baker. Championship: Sequim Wolves 40, Forks Rebels 35

Boys sixth-grade division — 1. Mountlake Terrace Hawks, 2. Mount Baker, 3. North Mason Bulldogs, 4. Sedro Woolley Spider Monkeys, 5. Port Angeles Green, 6. Port Angeles White, 7. Drive Basketball (Poulsbo), 8. Sedro Woolley Outlaws. Championship: Terrace Hawks 42, Mount Baker 31

Boys seventh-grade division — 1. Marysville Getchell, 2. Drive Blue, 3. Port Angeles White, 4. Sequim Wolves, 5. WIT Hoops (Forks), 6. Mount Baker, 7. Drive White, 8. Port Angeles Green. Championship: Marysville Getchell 59, Drive Blue 40

Boys eighth-grade division — 1. Mount Vernon, 2. Port Angeles White, 3. Sequim Wolves, 4. Bainbridge Roots, 5. Port Angeles Green, 6. Drive, 7. Bremerton Knights. Championship: Mount Vernon 68, Port Angeles White 53.

Port Angeles Parks & Recreation men’s league

• Feb. 23

Seven Brothers 77, Smuggler’s Landing 59. Leading scorers — even Brothers: Cody Smithson 22, Nick Faunce 14; Smuggler’s: Tim Atkinson 20, Rich Albaugh 13

Arrow Marine Services 90, Smuggler’s Landing 49. Leading scorers — Arrow: Luke Angevine 32, Rickie Porter 20; Smuggler’s: Matt Winkelman 23, Tim Atkinson 8

Seven Cedars Casino 78, Seven Brothers 47. Leading scorers — Seven Cedars: Kasey Ulin 19, Cameron LeDuke 18; Seven Brothers: Cody Smithson 12, Nick Faunce 12

Seven Cedars Casino 86, Arrow Marine Services 56. Leading scorers — Seven Cedars: Kasey Ulin 29, Daniel Horton 14; Arrow: Rickie Porter 18, Lambross Rogers 15.

• Feb. 24

Anytime Fitness-Sequim 58, Black Diamond Electrical 51. Leading scorers — Anytime: Kenny Meier 13, Sean O’Mera 11; Black: Lance Scott 13, Ben Shamp 11.

• Standings

Seven Cedars Casino 11-0

Antime Fitness-Sequim 9-2

Black Diamond Electrical 6-4

Arrow Marine Services 5-6

Cougars 4-7

Seven Brothers 3-8

Smuggler’s Landing 0-11

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