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Baseball: Wolves’ baseball takes No. 2 seed to district tourney

Sequim’s baseball squad slumped at a time when it could have cost them a spot in the playoffs. But with a three-game winning streak to cap the regular season, Sequim is headed to the West Central District 2A tourney with a high seed and a bye.

Sequim (10-6 in league play, 12-7 overall) topped Olympic, North Mason and Bremerton in its final three games to take the Olympic League’s No. 2 seed to districts.

On May 14, the Wolves face either Fife or Tyee at Franklin Pierce High School in Tacoma.

A win locks up a top-four state berth seed, while a loss sends Sequim into the consolation bracket needing two wins for the district’s fifth and final state berth.

All other games are played May 17, with championship bracket games at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds in Silverdale and consolation games at Franklin Pierce.

North Kitsap (11-5, 12-7) took the league title with three teams — Sequim, Klahowya and Olympic — finishing in a tie for second place with 10-6 league records. Bremerton and North Mason finished just out of reach of the playoffs at 9-7.

 

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