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Boys basketball: Foster puts Wolves on the brink
Sequim Gazette staff
Sequim's boys basketball squad faces elimination in the West Central District tourney after falling to Foster's Bulldogs 67-64 at Tacoma's Curtis High School on Feb. 19.
The Wolves (15-6) take on Sumner at , at Bellarmine Prep High School in Tacoma. The winner advances to play the winner of the Clover Park-Olympic matchup for the district's fifth and final regional berth.
Against Foster, Sequim jumped out to an 18-13 lead after one quarter but the Bulldogs nabbed a 31-30 lead by halftime. After several ties and lead changes, Foster edged ahead 48-46 early in the fourth quarter and never trailed after that.
Foster freshman Isaiah Lewis scored 13 of his game-high 19 points in the second half.
Post Erik Christensen led Sequim with 17 points, going 8-for-14 from the field and sinking his only 3-point try. Alex Barry had 15 points and seven rebounds while Anthony Pinza and Vance Willis had 10 points each.
In other boys district games , Bremerton edged Clover Park 55-53, Fife topped Olympic 37-36 and White River got by Sumner, 42-41. In all, the four district quarterfinal games were decided by a total of seven points.