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Sequim fastpitch falls to Bulldogs


Sequim's Chelsea Winfield took this throw at first base from right fielder Jazzelyn Bradbury (not pictured) for an out against North Mason during Thursday's district playoff game in Kingston.  Photo by Lonnie Archibald.


Sequim High School's fastpitch squad dropped a 9-4 decision to North Mason in a West Central District seeding game Thursday afternoon in Kingston. The Wolves, co-champions of the Olympic League, take the No. 2 seed to districts and open play against Eatonville, the Nisqually League No. 3 team, in a loser-out game at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 21 in Tacoma.
See the story in Wednesday's Sequim Gazette.


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