PORTLAND — Coming off three non-league contests in which they scored 35 runs on 42 hits to open the season, the Port Angeles Lefties suffered a reversal of fortune at the plate as they fell 3-0 in the West Coast League opener against the Portland Pickles. A trio of Pickles pitchers limited the Lefties (2-2, 0-1 WCL) to three hits in Tuesday’s contest played before an opening night crowd of 2,213 at Walker Stadium in Portland. Lefties starter Dwayne Angebrandt (0-1) pitched a good game, going five innings and giving up just one earned run on four hits. But he couldn’t get any run support and took the loss. Lefties’ pitchers gave up just eight hits and two earned runs. The Lefties got their hits from Ronnie Rust, Trevor Rosenberg and Justin Fugitt, with Rust’s knock a double. Rust was left on second base following a one-out double in the first inning and the Lefties missed a golden opportunity in the third to break through for a run. Alex Garcia and Trevor Rosenberg led off the inning with walks, but Portland starter Brad McVay coaxed a strikeout and inning-ending double play ball to get out of the jam. Portland got to Angebrandt (0-1) in the fourth inning when Gabe Skoro doubled ...