Community scoreboard — March 11, 2020

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2020 1:30am
  • Sports

Basketball

Port Angeles Parks & Recreation’s Competitive Hoops Tourney youth basketball tournament, March 7-8

• Final standings

Girls fifth-grade division — 1. Port Angeles Hoopers, 2. Port Townsend Crush Select, 3. Sequim Wolves, 4. North Kitsap Elite. Championship: P.A. Hoopers 32, Crush Select 15

Boys fourth-grade division — 1. Ferndale Golden Eagles, 2. Port Angeles, 3. Crush Select (Port Townsend) (no championship game)

Boys fifth-grade division — 1. Port Angeles White, 2. Ferndale, 3. (tie) Forks Rebels and Sequim Wolves, 5. Port Angeles Green, 6. Crush Select. Championship: P.A. White 38, Ferndale 11

Boys sixth-grade division — 1. Peninsula Seahawks (Gig Harbor), 2. Port Angeles White, 3. Port Angeles Green, 4. Crush Select, 5. Drive Basketball (no championship game)

Boys seventh-grade division — 1. Ferndale, 2. Port Angeles, 3. WIT Hoops (Forks), 4. Sequim Gold Wolves, S. Sequim Purple Wolves, 6. Drive, 7. Crush Select, 8. Rams Hoops (Puyallup). Championship: Ferndale 28, Port Angeles 13

Boys eighth-grade division — 1. Port Angeles, 2. Sequim Wolves, 3. Drive 8, 4. Drive 7. Championship: Port Angeles 54, Sequim Wolves 38.

Golf

The Cedars at Dungeness

• Men’s Club, Individual Stroke and 7 Cedars Cup, March 4

First flight — Gross: 1. Robert Bourns, 74; 2. Steve Gish, 75; 3. Mike Clayton, 76. Net: 1. Russ Veenema, 72; 2. Jim Jaqubino, 73; 3. Harry Phillips, 76; 4. Richard Clendening, 78

Second flight — Gross: 1. Karl Dryfhout, 83; 2. (tie) Karl Brehm, Arni Fredrickson and Cary Richardson, 85. Net: 1. Jac Osborn, 72; 2. Mel Perricone, 75; 3. (tie) Ray Ballantyne and Bill Berry, 76

Third flight — Gross: 1. Wally Jenkins, 90; 2. Steve Lewis, 92; 3. Mike Sutton, 93. Net: 1. Bob Cooper, 65; 2. Stephen Falcone, 72; 3. Morris Fosse, 73

KPs: Falcone 2, Dryfhout, Jaqubino, Jenkins, Glen Songer.

Volleyball

Port Angeles Park & Recreation coed league

• Playoffs (first round), March 2

Lazer Cats def. Seven Cedars Casino (forfeit)

Sequim YMCA 3, Cedars at Dungeness 0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-12)

Interfor 3, Beastmode 0 (25-23, 25-16, 25-18)

Roji Home & Garden 3, Jamestown Family Health Clinic 1 (25-22, 19-25, 25-19, 25-23).

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