PREP ROUNDUP: Romero, Martin combine on Port Angeles no-hitter

Strike out 13 of 15 recorded outs

PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles pitchers Colton Romero and Brayden Martin were dominant in a combined no-hit performance in an 11-0 shutout of Bremerton at Civic Field on Thursday.

Romero went four innings in the Roughriders’ Olympic League opener, striking out 10 of the 14 batters he faced, while walking one and plunking one Knights hitter.

Martin was untouched in his inning of work, striking out the side to close out the contest.

Port Angeles was aggressive offensively, scored five runs in the first to take control early.

The Roughriders pounded out 10 hits, all singles, and swiped eight total bases as a team.

Alex Angevine was a force for Port Angeles going 2-for-2 with a walk, three stolen bases and two runs at the top of the order for Port Angeles.

Rylan Politika added pop lower in the batting order, going 2-for-3 and driving in a team-high three runs.

Kaleb Mullen drove in a pair of runs and scored twice and Brandt Perry added a pair of RBIs.

Port Angeles (2-0) visits Bremerton on Monday.

Port Angeles 11, Bremerton 0

Bremerton 0 0 0 0 0 — 0 0 1

Port Angeles 5 2 2 2 X — 11 10 0

WP: Romero

Pitching

Port Angeles Romero 4IP, BB, HB, 10K; Martin IP, 3K.

Hitting

Port Angeles Angevine 2-2, BB, 3SB, 2R; Romero 1-2, 2BB, SB, R, RBI; Swenson 1-1, SB; Deleon 0-0, SF, RBI; Gooding 1-2, R, RBI; Mullen 1-2, 2R, 2RBI; Politika 2-3, 3RBI; Basden 1-2, R, RBI.

Bainbridge 9, Sequim 1

SEQUIM — The Wolves were held to two hits and four walks and fell to the powerhouse Spartans for the second time in three days.

Ayden Holland drove in Sequim’s lone run with an RBI double.

The Wolves (0-2, 1-2) visit North Kitsap on Tuesday.

Bainbridge 9, Sequim 1

Bainbridge 0 3 0 1 3 2 0 — 9 7 1

Sequim 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 — 1 2 5

Pitching

Sequim Schmadeke 4.2IP, 5H, 7R, 2ER, 3BB, 2K; White 2.1IP, 2H, 2R, ER, 2BB, 3K.

Hitting

Sequim Schmadeke 1-3, HBP, SB, R; Bear 0-2, BB, SB; Holland 1-3, 2B, RBI. I.

Girls Golf Sequim 220, Olympic 232

SEQUIM — Emily Post was match medalist for the Wolves with a nine-hole score of 53 at The Cedars at Dungeness on Thursday.

Ava Johnson added a 55 with Kendra Dodson and Sara German each recording 56s to round out the Sequim scores.

Port Angeles 230, North Mason 238

PORT ANGELES — Claire Osterberg earned match medalist honors for the Riders with a nine-hole round of 53 at Peninsula Golf Club on Thursday.

Mia Neff was next up for Port Angeles in second with a 56. Autumn Wilson-Rowland had her best-ever round, a 58 and Malena Marquez added a 63.

to round out the Riders.

Port Angeles (2-0) visits Bainbridge on Tuesday.

Boys Golf Port Angeles 170, North Mason 256

PORT ANGELES — Co-medalists Nate Anderson and Reid Schmidt each posted rounds of 6-over-par 42 to lead the Riders to a win Thursday at Peninsula Golf Club.

Teammates Austin Worthington and Cale Wentz were right on their heels, one-stroke back with rounds of 43 for Port Angeles.

The Riders visit Bainbridge on Tuesday.

Olympic 178, Sequim 198

SEQUIM — Adrian Aragon shot the low round of the match, a 39, but the Wolves were beaten at home by the Trojans.

Lars Wiker added a 45, Joey Kang shot a 54 and Ryan Stites posted a 60 to round out Sequim’s scoring.

Sequim (0-2) visits North Kitsap on Tuesday.

Boys Soccer

Vashon 6, East Jefferson 0

VASHON — The Rivals didn’t do themselves any favors, allowing the defending Nisqually League champs to score the first two goals via penalty kick.

“That was tough to bounce back from,” coach Logan Stegner said. “We held in Vashon to 1-0 in the second half. I am proud of our guys for adapting in the second half and continuing to play hard all game long.”

“Vashon doesn’t hang onto the ball for very long, they pass fast and they know how to move off of the ball. It is challenging to stop. We have been encouraging our players to train fast during our training sessions, but I think they were introduced to a new level of fast from that game. Moving forward we will train faster, and coach our guys how to position themselves into open spaces to create better support our players when they have the ball.”

East Jefferson (1-1-0, 1-2-0) hosts Bellevue Christian tonight at 5:30 p.m.

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