Kobe McMillian and the host North Kitsap Vikings proved too tough on the road as Sequim fell 81-65 on Jan. 25, ending the Wolves’ three-game league winning streak.
The win helped NK (9-1 in Olympic League, 15-3 overall) stay in a tie with Port Angeles for the league lead heading into this week’s play.
Nate Despain had 29 points for the Wolves (6-4 in league, 11-7 overall), but no other Wolf had more than six points in the loss.
North Kitsap held leads of 15-11 after one quarter and 39-25 by halftime.
Riley Cowan, Dallin Despain and Joey Oliver had six points each for Sequim.
McMillian led North Kitsap with 28 points and teammate Shaa Humphrey added 25.
Host 1A Port Townsend kept Sequim from running away with the game for a quarter, but a 30-5 run in the second quarter fueled a 70-28 Wolves blowout on Jan. 22.
Nate and Dallin Despain led a balanced attack, combining for 28 points and seven assists. Dallin shot 6-of-9 from the field and Nate hit three 3-pointers.
SHS post Hayden Eaton had 11 points, sinking all five field goal tires.
Blake Wiker had eight points while Erik Christiansen, Joey Oliver and Michael Young had six points each. Wiker led the team with seven rebounds to lead the Wolves.
Sequim shot 51.7 percent from the field and out-rebounded Port Townsend 42-22.
The Redhawks shot just 12-of-53 (22.6 percent) from the field. They were led by Jaden Watkins’ 10 points, while Cole Crawford seven points and seven rebounds.
Sequim was scheduled to host Olympic on Jan. 29 — results were not available at press time.
The Wolves host Port Angeles on Jan. 31, a girls/boys varsity doubleheader that ends the regular season.
Sequim opens the West Central District playoffs Jan. 6 at either Curtis or Wilson High School in Tacoma. The top six teams from the 16-team, double-elimination tourney advance to the regional round of the class 2A state tournament.