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On Tuesday our girls traveled out to the city of Bremerton to take on Crosspoint Academy.  Sarah Zeitler had a blowout game with 23 points, but unfortunately, it was not enough to overcome the Crosspoint girls. The girls lost 37 to 51.  It was a tough pill to swallow but our girls showed class throughout the game. Good game gals! 

Yes! Finally, as requested, here is the Women’s Crusader Basketball summary of this weekend’s games. ​The girls this Friday took on Chief Leschi in their second match up of the season. The girls led early and were able to build on that lead to bring in a 49-13 point win. Sarah Zeitler led the team in points with 14 overall, while Ali Oatridge, Maddie Kitselman, and Ashley Brooks each contributed 6 points. In addition, some JV girls were able to get their first baskets in Varsity Basketball. Rachel Manzoline, Erica Sharrett, and Tiana Fox were all able to get their first highschool Varsity points. Congratulations Tiana, Erica, and Rachel! On Saturday the varsity played Auburn Adventist. The match was a low-scoring game, with only 8 points scored by our girls at half. In the second half though, baskets started to fall and our Crusaders went on to win it 26 to 17. Sarah again led in points with 11, while Jen Brooks chipped in with 7. Overall, both games were exciting to watch as we cheered our girls onto victory.

 

It was a busy week for the Crusader boys basketball team with 3 games scheduled. The first opponent was Bear Creek where the JV team took a loss and the Varsity team lost 64-60 in a hard fought, very exciting game with Dayton Pascua leading the way with 27 points, followed by Tommie Brazile with 15 and Brandon Stoehr with 10. The next team was Seattle Lutheran where the JV team took a loss in the hard fought game and the Varsity team won 59-48 with Brandon Stoehr leading the way with 17, Dayton Pascua with 13, and Tommie Brazile with 11. On the very next night, Concrete came to town with the JV boys getting a victory and the Varsity boys scoring the win as well. All teams played their hearts out and gave all the glory to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

 

 

The Crusader boys basketball JV and Varsity teams took on Chief Leschi and Crosspoint Academy during last week’s games. The JV took a tough loss to Chief Leschi but bounced back to get a win against Crosspoint Academy. The Varsity team beat Chief Leschi by a score of 52-48, led by Peter Besk with 17 points. The Varsity team also beat Crosspoint Academy by a score of 58-41 led by Dayton Pascua 18 and Brandon Stoehr with 17. Ben Cooksley chipped in with 12 points as well. Both teams played very hard, giving everything they had in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

 

 

After a long Christmas break, the boys basketball teams played on January 9 against Auburn Adventist with the JV team taking another hard fought loss and the Varsity losing 75-78 in a thrilling game that saw the lead change several times in the fourth quarter. The Crusaders were led by Brandon Stoehr with 29 points.  On January 11, the boys played a very good Charles Wright Academy team with the JV getting their first home win and the Varsity taking their first home loss of the season by a score of 56-69. The Crusaders were led by Ben Cooksley and Brandon Stoehr who had 15 points each.  Both teams have been playing very hard and getting better each and every game through the strength our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ provides each of them.

 

The Crusader wrestling team, smaller and younger than in past years, has shown again how tough our young men can be.  At Darrington's "King of the Hill" Tournament on Jan 4, they had a 1st & 3rd place finish.  At the very difficult Sky Valley Invite, at Sultan HS, TBHS fielded a 2nd & and two 3rd place finishes and were a testimony to all.  Go Crusader Wrestlers!

After a win streak of 4 games, the Boys Varsity basketball team played in the North Beach Tournament over the Christmas weekend. The first game was against a very physical Forks high school team with the boys coming away with a 68-56 victory led by Dayton Pascua who had 25 points. In the second game, the boys played #6 ranked North Beach High School for the Championship and lost a very good game by the score of 76-64. Brandon Stoehr led the team with 28 points in the loss. The boys played very hard and gave all the glory to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

On Tuesday, December 17th, both the JV and Varsity teams came home with victories against Darrington High School. The JV won their first victory of the year and the Varsity was led by Dayton Pascua (19) and Brandon Stoehr (13) with Peter Besk chipping in with 9 in the 68-33 win. On Saturday’s match up with undefeated Overlake, the Varsity boys won an exciting game 62-58 giving ranked Overlake their first loss of the season while Brandon Stoehr led all scorers with 28 points and Dayton Pascua added 11 in the huge win. The JV team took another loss but fought hard until the end showing progress for the next game. Both teams played their hearts out for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ while praising and giving all the glory to him.

Tuesday Dec. 10, the boys JV and Varsity Basketball teams took on a tough Northwest Christian squad. The JV team took a loss but played very hard and made strides to getting their first victory of the season.   The Varsity team won by a score of 76-52 with 4 players in double figures.   Brandon Stoehr led the way with 22, Dayton Pascua 16, Tommie Brazile 14 and Ben Cooksley finished with 10.   Saturday Dec 14, the teams played at Orting High School with the JV taking another tough loss 46-60 and the Varsity earning the victory 88-48.  The dynamic duo of Brandon Stoehr and Dayton Pascua led the way with 32 and 17 points respectively while Ben Cooksley added a season high 17 points as well and improved to 3-1 on the season.   Both teams played very hard and in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

 

 

On 12/6 the boys JV and Varsity team played at Willapa Valley. The JV team was led by James Smith who had 14 points, in the 45-35 loss and the Boys Varsity team had a huge game from Brandon Stoehr with 33 points and Dayton Pascua scoring 17 in the 70-62 win. On 12/7 the Boys played at Life Christian with the JV taking a tough loss 54-31. The Varsity team had another big game from Dayton Pascua who had 19 and Brandon Stoehr finished with 12 in the loss 60-52. Both JV and Varsity played very hard and gave their all while giving all glory to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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