Bremerton girls win, boys fall short to Sequim

Sawyer Kluge goes up in traffic while Eboni Harpes gets into position. - Dennis Box
Sawyer Kluge goes up in traffic while Eboni Harpes gets into position.
— image credit: Dennis Box

The Bremerton Knights girls’ basketball team hosted Sequim Tuesday winning the contest 50-32.

The girls played a strong half-court game from the opening whistle with Sawyer Kluge running the point and Eboni Harpes dominating in the paint.

Terra Driskell scored several times off the break as did Alyssa Beach.

Next up the Knights travel to Klahowya for a 7 p.m. game tonight (Friday).

• The Bremeton boys dropped a tight game to Sequim, 61-58 on the road Tuesday.

The Knights fell behind in the first half 30-22. Bremerton continued to struggle in the third being outscored 14-9 in the quarter.

The Knights battled back in the fourth scoring 27 to Sequim’s 17, but Bremerton couldn’t quite dig out of the hole by the buzzer.

The boys host Klahowya at 7 p.m. tonight (Friday).


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