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Chimacum High School senior guard Jada Trafton scored 18 points and sophomore Mia McNair added 11 to lead the Cowboys past Steilacoom 49-48 on Dec. 29 during the consolation final at the Charles Wright Academy girls basketball holiday tournament in Tacoma. Chimacum (3-4) trailed by two at halftime and entered the fourth in a 33-33 tie. Seniors Grace Yaley and Maddie Dowling each added seven points for the Cowboys. more
The Port Townsend Redhawks were faced with a tall challenge on opening night of the two-day Crush in the Slush basketball tournament Dec. 28 at the Bruce Blevins Gymnasium. Eastside Prep’s Cameron Bayer, a 6-foot-9 senior, put the Class 1A Eagles on his back with eight of his 13 points in the fourth quarter, erasing what had been a 12-point Port Townsend lead and tying the game with 4:27 to play. But the Redhawks hit several key shots down the stretch, none bigger than junior Noa Apker-Montoya’s 3-pointer with 1:07 remaining, and Port Townsend held off Eastside Prep for a 45-40 win. more
The 12th annual Crush in the Slush prep boys and girls basketball tournament will be played Dec. 28-29 at Port Townsend High School, featuring 14 games in 48 hours. more
Fifteen Port Townsend REDfins Swim Club members crossed two bridges to attend the 2018 Pacific Northwest Fall Divisional Swim Meet at the Curtis Aquatic Center in Tacoma on Dec. 1-2. “Nerves were high, as some of the athletes competing would be doing so for the very first time,” REDfins assistant coach Ashley Avery said. “But the REDfins handled themselves with the utmost pride and sportsmanship.” more
When the Quilcene Rangers needed a big basket down the stretch, one of their youngest standouts took charge. more
Port Townsend High School coach Tom Webster had one timeout left Dec. 5 when Crosspoint freshman Thunderr Doty drilled a go-ahead 3-pointer with 38 seconds remaining in the nonleague boys basketball game at Bruce Blevins Gymnasium. The Redhawks trailed by two in what had been a tight game throughout, and Webster said he was ready to stop the action to draw up a play when his team crossed midcourt. more
A year ago, the Port Townsend High School girls basketball team had senior leadership and a junior-varsity team. This season, the Redhawks weren’t sure who would step up to replace them. They got their answer last week. more
Robert Comstock III was the bad kid in class. As a sixth-grader at Quilcene School, his priorities weren’t always on lessons or homework. “I was a short little fat kid with long hair,” Comstock said. more
The Port Townsend Redhawks boys varsity basketball team out-dueled the Kingston Buccaneers 52-44 in the Redhawks’ home opener Nov. 30 at the Bruce Blevins Gym. “The visiting team rolled to a 13-11 lead after the first frame,” Port Townsend coach Tom Webster said. “The PT boys took offense and rallied back to take a one-point lead into recess, 23-22.” more
After a lengthy, undefeated season, the Quilcene Rangers fell in the Class 1B state football semifinals to Odessa Christian High School, 65-6 at the Apple Bowl in Wenatchee on Nov. 24. more
GRANDVIEW — There was a moment Saturday afternoon, after Sunnyside Christian High School scored three times in less than two minutes in the second quarter to grab a 22-point lead, when Quilcene … more
Kelli The Quilcene High School football team will put its undefeated season on the line in the Class 1B state football tournament Nov. 17 at Sunnyside Christian in … more
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