With a No. 2 seed from the Olympic League's 2A division, Sequim gets a "home" playoff game this week against Washington or Interlake, the No. 3 seed from the Nisqually League.
The two teams battle at Civic Field in Port Angeles on May 13, with the winner moving on to play undefeated Steilacoom for a berth to the state 2A playoffs.
With the Olympic League's top 2A seed locked up, Kingston shut out Sequim 3-0 on May 6 in Kingston.
The Buccaneers got a first-half goal from Nick Boles and second-half scores from Riley Anderson and Josh Bell.
The Wolves were scheduled to play North Mason on May 10 at home to close out the regular season, their final tune-up for the playoffs (see box). Results of the North Mason game were unavailable at press time.
Bremerton knocked off North Kitsap 2-0 on May 6 for the overall Olympic League championship.
Wolves edge Eagles in Silverdale
Down 1-0 to league doormat Klahowya, Sequim rebounded in time to post their sixth league win of the season, getting the game-winner from Michael Lee in the 66th minute for a 2-1 win on May 5.
Klahowya took a 1-0 lead at the 22-minute mark but Sequim got an equalizer before the first-half whistle when Waylon Lam found Evan Watkins for a score six minutes later.
Lee's score, a header off a pass from an Aldo Garcia corner kick, was his first goal of the season.
SHS hosts playoff game Thursday
Sequim hosts Washington, the Nisqually League's No. 3 seed,or Interlake on Thursday, May 13, at Port Angeles' Civic Field in a winner-advances, loser-out contest. Game time is 6:45 p.m. The winner of that contest plays Steilacoom, Nisqually League's No. 1 seed at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 15, at Franklin Pierce Stadium for a ticket to the class 2A state tournament. Kingston takes the league's No. 1 seed to districts while North Mason is the No. 3 seed. See scores and district bracket updates at: www.wcd3.org/b_Soccer.htm.