DISTRICT BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP: Clover Park 60, Sequim 45
February 18th, 2013 - 2:32pm
(Kent) -- Clover Park scored the first 12 points of the game and never trailed Monday,
beating the Sequim High Wolves 60-45 for the 2A West Central District boys basketball championship
at Kent's cavernous ShoWare Center.
Clover Park (18-5) got 26 points from standout guard David Crisp and Anthony White added 10 for the Warriors, who
are headed for the regionals for a matchup with the Olympic Trojans next Saturday at Kent-Meridian High
School in a 6 p.m. contest.
Though Sequim's 13 game winning streak came to an end, the Wolves outstanding 20-4 season will
continue Saturday in the regionals at Kent-Meridian with a 4 o'clock game against either Hockinson
The two southwest Washington teams will meet Tuesday to determine Sequim's regional opponent.
It took Sequim 3 minutes and 4 seconds to get on the scoreboard when Rory Kallappa's layup cut Clover
Park's initial advantage to 12-2.
The Wolves eventually got used to the depth of the huge arena and the speed of their opponent, trailing 17-9 at the first quarter
Clover Park feasted on 22 Sequim turnovers during the contest, converting many for fast break baskets.
Crisp had 13 at intermission after connecting on a variety of shots and spectacular moves, giving the Warriors
a 30-18 bulge.
The Wolves had a 14-11 third quarter edge as Gabe Carter and Kallappa each scored a pair of hoops.
CP went to the final period ahead 41-32.
Jayson Brocklesby was the team-high scorer for Sequim with 22, adding 5 rebounds.
Carter had 10 markers, 8 rebounds and 6 assists, while Kallappa chipped in 6 tallies and 5 boards.
Alex Barry had 4 points and 7 caroms.
Xavier Means paced Clover Park with 9, including a number of strong putbacks.
Scoring by Quarters:
CP - 17 13 11 19 - 60
Seq - 09 09 14 13 - 45
Clover Park (60) -- Philip Winston 6, Travis Parker 7, David Crisp 26, Anthony White 10, Michael Hill 2,
Glenn Jordan, Markael James, Xavier Means 9.
Sequim (45) -- Anthony Pinza 1, Donovan Lee, Alex Barry 4, Rory Kallappa 6, Jayson Brocklesby 22,
Tim Guan 2, Erik Christensen, Gabe Carter 10, Andrew Shimer.
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