Sequim comeback denies Eagles first league baseball win
June 11, 2008 · Updated 4:45 PM
"Sequim scored the winning run in the top of the seventh inning and held on for a 6-5 victory over Klahowya Friday.The Eagles took a one-run lead in the fifth, but the Wolves' Dustin Beus tied things up with a solo homer in the sixth.North Kitsap 8, Bremerton 2: Will Fenton pitched six shutout innings for the Vikings, who put the decision away with a four-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning.Ken Justice had a two-run homer in the seventh off NK reliever Danny Sullivan to break up the shutout.Bainbridge 6, Central Kitsap 2: Chris Shaffer stopped the Cougars on just four hits as the Spartans helped themselves to a road victory.Olympic 20, Montesano 15: Ernie Parsons had a homer and a triple in the nonleague slugfest Saturday at the Fairgrounds, which went nine innings. Kyle Anderson had four of Oly's 21 hits, and Jordan Duncan and Josh Adams each added three.SoccerFrancisco Dominguez scored what proved to be the game-winning goal Friday as Olympic held off Bainbridge for a 2-1 victory at Silverdale Stadium.The Trojans led at halftime on an own goal. Dominguez' goal, off an assist by Dan Dreany, allowed them to survive Kris Ley's goal for the Spartans in the final two minutes.Central Kitsap 4, Port Townsend 0: Four different CK players scored, and Nick Van Beucken notched a pair of assists, as CK clinched its first-ever postseason tournament berth. Chris Crissman, John Anderson, Keith Cain and Dan Dickinson each had a goal for the Cougars.North Kitsap 2, Bremerton 1: Chuy DeLuna knocked in Bryce Darrow's flick header with 12 minutes left to play to lift the Vikings past Bremerton at Poulsbo.Sebastian Maasberg scored off an indirect free kick from Ben Tapscott to level the score for the Knights 18 minutes after halftime.FastpitchCentral Kitsap scored six times in its first two at bats to log its 15 straight victory this season, a 10-0 win over Klahowya Friday at Linder Field.Jackie Miller allowed the Eagles just two hits and struck out six for Central Kitsap. Offensively, Tersha Brown tripled and went 2 for 3.Bremerton 10, Port Townsend 0: Bridget Smith was perfect in four trips to the plate and catcher Jenni Morrison added three more hits as Bremerton beat up on visiting PT.GolfGarrett Anderson shot a 46, three shots better than King's West teammate Megan Skeen and Bear Creek's Jeff Baker, to lift the Warriors to a narrow 201-202 stroke-play victory on the Redmond-area team's home course.TennisBremerton's four singles players lost just one game combined as the Knights knocked off Klahowya 6-1.Andrew Hill and Gabe Stephens scored the Eagles' only point, beating Jason Harris and Josh Harvey 6-1, 6-3 in boys doubles. The girls duo of Becky Alexander and Kim King won their first set before yielding to Bremerton's team of Heather Gholston and Natanya Wilson, 4-6, 6-0, 6-1.Bainbridge 6, Central Kitsap 1: Jason Hrissikopoulos and Danny Kelner combined for CK's only win against the Spartans, taking their boys doubles point in straight sets.The Cougs' Erin Thompson went down fighting in a three-set No. 1 girls singles matchup, winning a tiebreaker over Amanda Allender to force the third set, which Allender won in another tiebreaker.North Kitsap 5, Olympic 2: Erika Feltus (No. 1 girls singles) and the mixed doubles team of Kendel Cosner and Jordan Kolstad scored Oly's two points against the Vikings. Cosner and Kolstad dropped their first set against NK's Tom Tillotson and Ashley Grandall, but came back to win 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.Track and fieldKellen Alley won both hurdles races and ran a leg on one of Bremerton's two winning relays, but the Knights didn't have enough ammunition to keep up with Bainbridge (65 points) and North Kitsap (63). Bremerton scored 50.Marcia Abrams was Bremerton's only individual winner in the girls race, taking first in the 300 hurdles.At Saturday's Shelton Invitational, Olympic's Erin Shafer won the girls pole vault with a mark of 10 feet, 6 inches. "