Wolves clip Eagles' wings

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While several members of the team were playing music for Sequim High School's spring band concert, their teammates were making music on the pitch.

Sequim's soccer team kept perfect for the spring with a 3-0 shutout against Klahowya on March 25, posting all three scores in the second half.

The win gives Sequim a 2-0 Olympic League mark and 4-0 overall record heading into spring break, outscoring opponents 11-1.

Despite outshooting the Eagles 20-2 in the contest, Sequim didn't break through until the second half thanks to an ill-placed kick from a Klahowya defender. At the 49-minute mark, Sequim got a score when an Eagle tried to clear a ball near his own goal and wound up deflecting the ball off a teammate, back into the net.

Mitch McHugh gave Sequim a 2-0 lead off a Nick Camporini feed at 66 minutes.

Martin Fonseca finished the scoring at 78 minutes off an assist from Daniel Servin, scoring his second goal of the season.

The Wolves are off for spring break until April 6, when they host Kingston. Sequim is at Port Townsend on April 8 and host Forks on April 9.

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