Sequim coach Mike McFarlen talks with his players following a 10-4 loss to North Kitsap Monday afternoon, snapping a 34-game win streak. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell
It took the Olympic League nearly a season-and-a-half, but someone finally knocked off the Sequim Wolves’ fastpitch squad.
North Kitsap topped the Wolves 10-4 in Sequim on Monday afternoon, ending Sequim’s 34-game winning streak dating back to 2010.
“We just didn’t hit when we should have,” Sequim coach Mike McFarlen said following the loss. “We couldn’t string anything together. It’s an eye-opener for us.”
Rylleigh Zbaraschuk was 2-for-2 with three steals while Demiree Briones and Alexas Besand had RBIs.
It’s the first league loss for Sequim since April 12, 2010.
Sequim (6-1) remains atop the Olympic League standings, tied with Port Angeles.
Baseball: Vikings take a lead
On the baseball diamond, North Kitsap topped Sequim 11-3 on Monday afternoon, exacting revenge for an loss earlier this season in Poulsbo and taking a slight lead over the Wolves in the Olympic League standings.
Tyler Campbell had two RBIs and Karsten Wake went 2-for-3 to lead Sequim (7-3 in league play, 8-6 overall).
North Kitsap got to Sequim pitching early with seven runs in the first three innings.
The Wolves fall one game behind the Vikings (8-2) and remain one game ahead of Bremerton (5-3) for second place.