Baseball: Wolves drop four in a row


On the baseball diamond, the Wolves had a hard luck week with four losses in a row, three at home, bringing them to a 3-11 record in the league and 5-11 overall.

The toughest loss came in Port Angeles on April 24 when the Roughriders rallied in the bottom of the seventh to tie the game at 3-3 with two runs before winning 4-3 in the bottom of the 10th.

Jon Donahue led Sequim with three hits, including a triple and two runs batted in, while Nick Johnston pitched seven innings to record 10 strikeouts for the Wolves but no earned runs.

Earlier in the week Bremerton beat Sequim 7-5 on April 22 and Kingston beat the Wolves in town 14-0.

Five Wolves had one RBI each against the Knights with Brett Wright hitting 3-3 and Johnston, Mitch Koonz and Donahue each recording two hits.

Kingston's Ethan Syverson pitched a two-hitter against the Wolves with nine strikeouts in six innings.

Sequim ended the week losing at home April 26 to Olympic 12-0.

Johnston and Fred Serrano both had two hits.

The Wolves finish their season on Tuesday at Klahowya High School.
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