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Boys basketball: A win and they are in

Sequim Gazette staff

The road only gets bumpier from here.

 

A loss to Bremerton in last week’s season finale gave Sequim’s Wolves (13-3, 15-5) the No. 2 seed from the Olympic League.

 

Despite the defeat, the Wolves are one win in the quarterfinal away from locking up a regional berth — the West Central District sends five 2A schools to regionals.

 

Sequim, the No. 4 overall seed in the district tourney, plays at 6 p.m. tonight, Feb. 19, at Curtis High School. Sequim takes on the winner of the Feb. 17 Renton/Foster matchup; the game was completed past deadline for this section. Renton is the tourney’s No. 5 seed; Foster, the tourney’s bottom seed at No. 12.

 

Alex Barry leads the team with a 16.9 points-per-game average. He also leads the team in three-pointers (49), rebounds (163 total, 8.15 per game) and steals (47, 2.35 per game).

 

Rory Kallappa is the team’s second-leading scorer at 10.5 points per game. Anthony Pinza, Erik Christensen and Vance Willis round out a balanced scoring attack with 8.9, 8.0 and 7.9 points per game, respectively.

 

Pinza leads the team in assists (107, 4.5 per game) and Christensen leads the squad in blocks (34).

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