Prep sports: Sequim High hoops players named to All-Peninsula teams

Sequim High’s hardcourt seasons are over, but seven Wolves — four girls and three boys — earned spots on the 2019-20 All-Peninsula Basketball Team, as selected by area coaches and the sports staff of the Peninsula Daily News.

Leading the way were four upper classmen for the SHS girls, paced by Jayla Julmist. The junior post player was nagged by injuries but managed a first-team All-Olympic League selection after tallying 10 points, 11.5 rebounds, 2.1 steals, two assists and 1.4 blocks per game.

Senior forward-guard combo Hope Glasser and Jessica Dietzman were selected for the squad. Glasser, also a first-team All-Olympic Leaguer, was one of four Wolves to score 10 or more points per game and also averaged four rebounds, 2.7 assists and two steals per contest. Dietzman, the Wolves’ point guard, put up 10.3 points, four rebounds, 2.7 assists and two steals each game.

Rounding out the cast was junior forward Kalli Wiker, a second team All-Olympic League selection who tied school record for made 3-pointers in two different games this season and averaged 10.7 points, three rebounds and two assists.

Port Angeles junior point guard Millie Long was named the All-Peninsula Girls Basketball Team MVP, leading the Roughriders in points (13), assists (4.6) and steals (3.3) per game. She helped Port Angeles earn back-to-back district championships and a win at the Class 2A state tournament, the team’s third consecutive trip.

Boys

On the boys’ side, Sequim’s Erik Christiansen and Isaiah Moore earned All-Peninsula Boys Basketball Team honors.

Christiansen, a junior guard, was a second-team All-Olympic League pick after averaging 16.7 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.7 steals per game.

Moore, a freshman, averaged 10.5 points, a team-high 7.7 rebounds, two assists and a block per game.

Dallin Despain, a junior guard at Sequim, was named an honorable mention.

Port Angeles senior guard Gary Johnson, who averaged 9 points, 6 assists and 2.5 steals per game for the Roughriders. He earned first-team All-Olympic League honors from league coaches and finishing second in balloting for the league MVP award.

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