Visiting Olympic broke open a close game late and came away with a 7-3 win in Sequim on April 12, creating a three-team logjam atop the Olympic League standings and pushing Sequim into fourth place.
The Trojans jumped out to a 2-0 lead with two first inning home runs, but Sequim answered on a solo home run from Isabelle Dennis in the first. Sequim tied the game in the second thanks to hits from Latisha Robideau, LeeAnn Raney and Christy Grubb.
The Wolves grabbed a 3-2 lead in the third. Dennis led off with a single and a Jayla Julmist sacrifice bunt moved her to second. Freshman Lily Fili delivered a single to score Dennis.
The Trojans tied the game at 3-3 in the sixth, then broke the game open in the seventh on a home run — Vanisa Ivie’s second — plus two walks and two errors.
Morgan Kroesser got the win on the mound for Olympic. Sequim freshman LeeAnn Raney struck out eight Trojans in the loss.
Sequim started the week with a 16-0 rout at Kingston on April 10, racking up 12 hits and playing error-free ball.
Dennis gave up two hits over three innings while Kylynn Stringer tossed two scoreless innings of relief. Sequim scored a six-spot in the first inning and added five runs in the fourth.
Bobbi Sparks paced the Sequim offense with three hits while Grubb, Julmist and Kiana Robideau each had two hits.
Sequim dropped a 9-8 decision to North Kitsap on April 15 at home; details were not available at press time.
Sequim is at North Mason on April 17.
The Wolves host Port Angeles on April 19 and Kingston on April 26 before finish the regular season with three road games: April 29 at Olympic, May 1 at North Kitsap and May 9 at Bremerton.
The West Central District tourney is set for May 17-18 in Lacey.