Baseball: Hudson sparks Sequim win at North Kitsap

What a relief he is.

Sequim pitcher Jake Hudson came on in relief of starter Karsten Wake with a 5-4 lead, then gave up a game-tying, pinch-hit single to North Kitsap’s Mike Allen in the sixth inning.

In the next inning, Hudson ripped a two-run single off of Ben Tramm, lifting Sequim to a 7-5 victory in Poulsbo against the Olympic League foe.

Hudson struck out four Vikings and gave up three hits in three innings to pick up his second win of the year for Sequim (3-2). He finished 2-for-4 at the plate with three RBIs.

Nick Ramirez had two hits and Wake added a pair of hits to pace the 11-hit Sequim offense.

Nate Reece paced the NK offense with a hit and two walks.

Sequim is back in action at home Friday against Klahowya.

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