Sequim High’s bowling team score its first point of the season but the Wolves still seeking their first win after a 6-1 loss at home against North Mason on Nov. 21.
Madison McKeown had a two-game series of 236 (123-113) and Corrine Klinger was close behind with a 230-pin series (117-113) but North Mason posted strong scored throughout their lineup for the win.
The Bulldogs topped Sequim (0-4) with regular games of 603-447 and 626-494 and won one of two Baker-format games, dropping the first 87-81 before winning the second 127-113.
Sequim also dropped a 7-0 decision to Bremerton on Nov. 19
McKeown paced the Wolves with a two-game series of 263 (125-138). Trinity Henderson had a 134-pin second game and Klinger had a 99-pin first game.
Bremerton won the first game 621-433 but the Wolves closed the gap in game two to 536-501. The Knights won the Baker games, 129-108 and 110-97.
The Wolves were scheduled to compete at Klahowya on Nov. 26 — results were not available at press time. Sequim hosts Klahowya on Dec. 5 and bowls at North Mason.