Another .500 week keeps the Wolves (4-4 in the Olympic League, 7-5 overall) in the final spot for districts but who makes the cut in the season’s final two weeks will likely come down to the final game.
Sequim won a non-league game 2-0 in Coupeville (4-1, 6-6) on Oct. 10 but lost 2-0 in Belfair to North Mason (4-5, 5-6-1) on Oct. 12. The Bulldogs remain half-a-game behind the Wolves while Port Angeles (6-2) is two games up in third place.
Against Coupeville, Sequim’s Jessica Dietzman scored the Wolves’ first goal at the end of the half on a pass from Olivia Hare.
Goalkeeper Claire Henninger switched places with Hare in the second half to score her first goal of the season
Sequim coach Derek Vander Velde said it allowed Henninger the chance to “stretch her legs on the field” and when she scored the entire team cheered.
For the game, Sequim had 11 shots on goal.
Statistics for the North Mason game were unavailable for press time.
Sequim was scheduled to play league co-leader North Kitsap on Oct. 17. The Wolves are at Port Angeles Oct. 19 and they host Bremerton on Oct. 23 before finishing the season at Kingston on Oct. 25.