Community scoreboard — March 18, 2020

  • Wednesday, March 18, 2020 1:30am
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Port Angels Parks & Recreation men’s league

• March 8

Seven Brothers 91 Smuggler’s Landing 66. Leading scorers — Seven: Kyler Rollness 31, Colton Worley 20; Smuggler’s: Bobby Stern 19, Tim Atkinson 16

Seven Cedars Casino 71, Arrow Marine Services 45. Leading scorers — Seven: Jordan Justus 17, Cameron LeDuke 15; Arrow: Lambros Rogers 14, Ben Lierly 11

Anytime Fitness-Sequim 62, Black Diamond Electrical 56. Leading scorers — Anytime: Jayson Brocklesby 24, Sean O’Mera 10; Black: Nick Camporini 20, Ben Shamp 8

• March 15

Seven Brothers 81, Cougars 68. Leading scorers — Seven: Kyler Rollness 27, Reggie Burke 16; Cougars: Mike Moyle 37;

Black Diamond Electrical 85, Arrow Marine Services 73. Leading scorers — Black: Lance Scott 32, Ben Shamp 24; Arrow: Caleb Trieder 19, Luke Angevine 17.


The Cedars at Dungeness

• Men’s Club, Short Course Challenge, March 11

First flight — Gross: 1. Robert Bourns, 75; 2. Justin Ewing, 76; 3. Glenn Songer, 78. Net: 1. Jim Jaqubino, 71; 2. John Nally, 72; 3. Randy Gange, 73

Second flight — Gross: 1. Karl Brehm, 84; 2. Karl Dryfhout, 86. Net: 1. (tie) Jac Osborn and Bill Riley, 75; 3. Jerry McLinn, 76; 3. Allen Balla, 78

Third flight — Gross: 1. Bob Cooper, 86; 2. Richard Brahams, 89; 3. Jim Pabst, 91. Net: 1. Stephen Falcone, 71; 2. (tie) Thomas Deeney, Gary Syme and Lee White, 76

KPs: Cooper, Jaqubino, Songer, Robert Mares, Mike Sutton.

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