With two games left, Sequim’s Wolves need some points to make the postseason. They’ll have to get them on the road.
North Kitsap closed out the Wolves’ home schedule on a sour note, knocking off the home team 2-0 on April 26.
The league-leading Vikings got a first-half score from Garrett Wilder and a goal early in the second half from Raul DeLuna.
Sequim got its second league win of the season two days earlier in Port Townsend, routing the Redskins 3-1.
Diego Cisneros opened the scoring at 16 minutes off an assist from Waylon Lam. Five minutes later, Donovan Lee set up Lijah Sanford for a score and a 2-0 Sequim advantage. Lam made it 3-0 off a feed from Ryan Pinza early in the second half.
The Wolves (2-4 in league) were scheduled to play at Olympic in Silverdale on May 1 — results were not available at press time.
Sequim plays Kingston on May 3 to close the season.
The Wolves (2-4 in league, 4-8-2 overall) need to finish in the top five of 2A teams to advance to the postseason. They trail Olympic by a point for that fifth seed, and Klahowya by three points for the league’s fourth seed, heading into Tuesday night’s game.