Sports briefs — April 28, 2021

  • Wednesday, April 28, 2021 1:30am
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Wolves baseball drop league games

Sequim’s young baseball squad dropped a pair of Olympic League match-ups last week, falling 11-1 at Olympic on April 21 and 12-3 to the Trojans the following day at home. Details were not available.

The Wolves (1-9) are at North Kitsap on April 28 and host North Mason on April 29.

The Olympic League championships are set for Saturday, May 1, at Lobe Fields, across from the Kitsap County Fairgrounds in Silverdale.

Glasser helps PC women rout Rangers

Hope Glasser, 2020 Sequim High graduate, tallied 13 points and 12 rebounds as the Peninsula College women’s basketball squad knocked off the visiting Olympic Rangers on April 24.

PC’s women had four recent games canceled due to COVID-19 protocols, but have returned with two straight wins.

Peninsula forced nine fourth quarter turnovers to secure the win. The Pirates (2-2) had five total players in double figures. Tatianna Kamae led the way for the Pirates, scoring 20 points and four steals while shooting 4-for-8 from beyond the arc. Tayvia Cabatbat had 13 points with seven rebounds. Ariyanna Camacho-Villafuerte and Tasia Little each scored 11. Little added 10 rebounds and five assists.

Peninsula coach Alison Crumb said it was good to see Glasser have a great game because she has been working hard, but just hasn’t seen her shots dropping yet. “She’s one of our leaders by example,” Crumb said.

Peninsula plays at Bellevue on April 28 and is scheduled to host Whatcom on May 1.

Pirate men get big win

The Peninsula College men’s basketball team had a well-balanced attack with four players in double figures and 13 players overall scoring while beating Edmonds 82-66 on April 24 at home.

PC coach Donald Rollman said the Pirates didn’t play great and made too many turnovers after a week-long layoff. Peninsula had a game postponed Wednesday because the Pirates’ opponent was in COVID-19 protocol.

“But we got it done, that’s what’s important,” Rollman said.

Vince McFarland led the Pirates with 14 points and eight rebounds, while Ty Artis had a near-triple double with 12 points, nine assists and eight rebounds; he added three steals. Isaiah Sampson had 12 points and eight rebounds, and Medlock had 10 points. Jaylin Reed had seven points and seven rebounds.

PC (4-3) is at Bellevue on April 28 and hosts Whatcom’s Orcas on May 1.

PC women net 1-0 win

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team got a long-range goal from defender Tommylia Dunbar in the first half and held on for a 1-0 shutout over Skagit Valley on April 25.

Dunbar scored her goal in the 35th minute. She brought the ball up from the defensive end up the left wing on a solo run and shot a sharp-angled shot from 32 yards out that floated perfectly over the goalkeeper’s outstretched hands and into the right corner for an unassisted goal.

Pirates keeper Musuai Isaia saved six shots on goal to earn the shutout.

Peninsula dominated on the offensive end with 16 shots, nine corner kicks and five shots on goal. The Cardinals only managed seven total shots.

The win keeps the Pirates’ record perfect at 3-0-0 on top of the North Region.

Peninsula next plays Thursday, April 29, at Edmonds (0-3-1). The Tritons feature Gabby Happe, a former Sequim High Wolf, and Lucah Folden, a former Port Angeles Roughrider.

Golf For Grads tourney slated for June 4

The Cedars at Dungeness, 1965 Woodcock Road, hosts the 2021 Golf For Grads tournament on Friday, June 4.

Registration starts at 11 a.m. and the shotgun start kicks off at 1 p.m.

Format is a four-person scramble. Entry fee is $90, that pays for green fees, carts, lunch, KP, long drive, hole-in-one, optional honey pots and drink tickets.

All proceeds from the event go Sequim High School’s 2021 safe and sober graduation party held in June.

Register at Call 360-683-6344 for more information.

Registration open for Quilcene Oyster races

The 2021 Quilcene Oyster Half Marathon, 10K and 5K races are set for Sunday, Sept. 19.

Registration for the races opened last week. Register by June 30 and save $5 on each race ($55 for the half marathon, $35 for the 10k, $25 for the 5k).

“We will have appropriate COVID-19 procedures in place to protect participants, spectators and volunteers,” race organizers say.

To register or for more information, visit

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