Bowling: Trojans top Wolves on lanes

Despite a strong Baker game and effort from junior Quinn Danielson, Sequim’s Wolves dropped a 6-1 decision to the visiting Olympic Trojans on Dec. 7 at Port Angeles’ Laurel Lanes.

Olympic won both regular games (587-475, 628-447) before Sequim edged out the Trojans 112-103 in the first Baker game.

Danielson led the team with a 135-pin first game and 117 in the second. Porter Funston tallied 195 pins in her two games.

Sequim (2-2 in league, 2-5 overall) was scheduled to play at Bremerton on Dec. 12. The Wolves are off for winter break until Jan. 2, when they host Klahowya in the first of four consecutive home matches — Jan. 4 vs. Olympic, Jan. 9 vs. Klahowya and Jan. 11 vs. North Mason — to close out the regular season.

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