Sports briefs — March 29, 2017

Sports briefs — March 29, 2017

SHS golf squads remain undefeated

Sequim’s prep golf teams are both 2-0 after sweeping Klahowya last week.

SHS’s boys topped the Eagles 177-208 (low score wins) on March 21. Blake Wiker and Andrew Vanderberg both tied at medalist with a round of 43, while Paul Jacobsen shot a 44; Josiah Carter and Liam Payne shot rounds of 47. Sequim’s girls beat Klahowya 188-234 on March 23.

SHS’s boys were slated to take on Olympic on March 27 — results were not available at press time. The Sequim teams host North Kitsap and Port Angeles on April 12.

Soccer league forming

The Port Angeles Parks &Recreation Department and Peninsula College host an adult coed soccer league this spring, with games starting April 9.

Cost is $55 per player for silver division, $65 per player in the gold division.

Register at the parks and recreation office, 308 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles. Players are placed on teams on an “as needed” basis. For more information, call Dan at 417-4557.

Boating clinic on propane systems set

This free monthly boating skills clinic of the North Olympic Sail and Power Squadron will cover propane systems and safety. The clinic is 10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, April 8, at Sunland Golf Course &Country Club, 135 Fairway Drive.

Presenter Gordon Bilyard will familiarize participants with the properties of propane, components of propane systems on boats, system operation and maintenance and safety considerations. Sources for additional information and assistance in the inspection and proper maintenance of boat propane systems will be provided.

For more information on the clinic or other North Olympic Sail and Power Squadron classes, call Mike Witkin at 457-1082 or visit

Women’s hoops league slated in PA

The Port Angeles Parks &Recreation Department hosts a women’s basketball league this spring, with games starting the week of April 9. The league is open to women ages 16 and older. Games are at Roosevelt Elementary School and the Vern Burton Community Center, both in Port Angeles.

Cost is $400 per team. Players without a team can sign up and be put on a “free agent” list. Deadline to register is April 3.

Call 417-4557 or email

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