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PENINSULA DAILY NEWS for Wednesday, December 12, 2012 SECTION


B Golf

Course hosting 10K run THE GOLF COURSE will double as a race course during the inaugural New Year’s Discovery 10K Run/Walk on New Year’s Day. Race participants will traMichael verse the cart paths at Discov- Carman ery Bay Golf Course and the newest section of the Larry Scott Trail near Port Townsend (the eastern terminus of the Olympic Discovery Trail) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 1. Beanies will be provided to the first 200 entrants and Olympic Discovery Trail pins to the first 300 racers. Entrance fee is $20 with a beanie, $15 without or $25 and $20 for raceday registration. To register or for more information visit, peninsulatrailscoalition. org or phone Jeff Selby at 360-3850995 or

One-person scramble Only 20 spots remain for the Price Ford One-Person Scramble at SunLand Golf & Country Club this Sunday. The tourney has a 9 a.m. shotgun start (barring frost) and entry is $40, which includes golf, lunch, prizes and proxies. SunLand pro Tyler Sweet asks: “Have you ever wondered how well you would score if you could have those one or two shots over? Well, this is the tournament for you.” Players will be grouped in threes, and each player will hit two consecutive shots and choose the best one, just like a regular scramble. Men will play from the white tees, players 70 and older will play from gold tee boxes and if eight ladies can form a division, women will play the red tees. A $1,280 prize fund will be available based on a full field. Entries are available at the SunLand Golf Shop or email tyler@ For more information, phone Sweet at 360-683-6800.

Toys for Tots event Port Townsend Golf Club will hold its annual Toys for Tots Christmas Scramble on Sunday. It’s an 18-hole blind draw handicap scramble. Cost is $25 per player with $10 green fees for nonmembers. Port Townsend’s Holiday Player Appreciation Party and Merchandise Sale will follow play (spouses encouraged to attend). TURN



Wolves edge Kingston Sequim earn league win as many players chip in BY LEE HORTON PENINSULA DAILY NEWS


Sequim’s Tim Guan, left, charges into Hans Shippers of Kingston and draws an offensive foul during the Wolves’ Olympic League victory Monday night.

SEQUIM — Sequim needed a full team effort to beat Kingston 53-47 on Monday night. The Wolves had enough players contribute that they were able to overcome the illness a few others were dealing with. “The word collective is a good way to describe that win,” Sequim coach Greg Glasser said. In his first start, senior Andrew Shimer scored 15 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, and defensively helped slow Kingston’s Hans Shippers in the second half. Shippers finished with 19 points for the Buccaneers, but only three came in the second half. Shimer’s good play didn’t necessarily surprise Glasser, but the outside shooting was unexpected. “He’s always working hard for us. He understands the game real well,” Glasser said. “I thought he knew his limitations, but tonight he really tested the boundaries a little bit and stepped outside, but it worked out for us tonight.”

Tim Guan finished with seven points, including four of the game’s most important. With Sequim trailing by a point with under three minutes to play, Guan scored consecutive baskets to give the Wolves a 50-47 lead that they wouldn’t relinquish. Sequim also had important contributions from leading scorers Gabe Carter and Jayson Brocklesby. During a crucial stretch in the second quarter, the two seniors combined for a 9-2 run that ended a long scoring drought and flipped a six-point deficit into a one-point lead. Carter and Brocklesby also played big roles in the Wolves’ strong finish to the third quarter. Sequim was down 37-32 with less than two minutes remaining in the period before Carter scored the Wolves’ next eight points — two 3-pointers that sandwiched a layup off a steal by Anthony Pinza — to tie the game at 40. With one second remaining in the quarter, Brocklesby scored and was fouled. TURN



Redskins blow out North Mason PT earns first league win with 53-38 rout PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT TOWNSEND — Port Townsend notched its second straight win with a 53-38 rout of North Mason on Monday night. The Redskins’ season was off to a rough start after losing big in their first three games to Sequim, Kingston and Olympic. But Port Townsend finally earned its first win on Saturday against Crosspoint Academy, and now is on a winning streak after Monday’s win. “I’m really proud of them because they rebounded [from losses],” Redskins coach Tom Webster said of his team. “They played excellent against Crosspoint, and then followed up with this game. “Now we’re trying to build on these wins. The key to winning seasons is getting consecutive wins.” Port Townsend (1-3, 2-3) put in an all-around effort to beat the Bulldogs. The Redskins’ defense held North Mason to 21 points in the first three quarters, which built


Port Townsend’s Will O’Brien pulls in a rebound as teammates Brian LeMaster (5) and Paul Spaultenstein (33) look on in the first period of Port Townsend’s Olympic League victory over North Mason on Monday night. (12) combined for 25 points. Russell also made three 3-pointers. Point guard Will O’Brien a 24-point lead going into the added eight points and Paul final period. Spaltenstein had six. On offense, Cody Russel (13 “This is the third game in a points) and Skyler Coppenrath row that we shot the ball well,”


Webster said. Blowing out North Mason (1-3, 1-5) came as a bit of a surprise to Webster “They’re pretty good, we just played really good,” he said. TURN