Prep Sports: Wolves fastpitch batters foes

Sequim’s Olivia Kirsch works the mound as she and the Lady Wolves take on Klahowya on March 25. Kirsch settled down after giving up a first-inning home run to toss a complete game in an 8-2 Olympic League win.  - Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell
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SHS softball sweeps league games while track team does same vs. Olympic, P.A.


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Equestrian Sports: Sequim squad headed to state meet

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All 7 team members for Sequim earn berths to state

Youth basketball: Avalanche is tops at Tulip tourney

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Coach Joe Marvelle calls the Olympic Avalanche’s win in the sixth-grade division of the 23rd-annual Tulip Tournament last week the biggest in the program’s history.

Sports briefs April 1, 2015

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Sign-up for hoops, baseball clinic set, Cedars hosting demos, soccer league forming and more.

College basketball: Pirate hoops coaches, stars earn honors

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Peninsula College’s Alison Crumb was named North Division Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year and Madison Pilster was named Most Valuable Player and seven other Pirates were honored as All-Conference selections were announced in early March by the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges.

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