Grls bowling: SHS falls to Olympic, North Mason

Missing a pair of varsity athletes, Sequim High’s depleted bowling squad dropped a 7-0 decision at Olympic on Nov. 28.

The Trojans took both regular games (6-26-559, 632-545) and Baker-format games (174-91, 117-113) for the sweep.

Grace Tolberd paced Sequim with games of 133 and 132. Quinn Danielson had 131 pins in the first game and Porter Funston had a 121-pin second game.

On Nov. 30, Sequim fell 7-0 to North Mason, dropping the regular format games 615-450 and 632-477, and Baker games 107-81 and 125-103.

Danielson led the team with games of 127 and 113. Funston bowled a 117-pin first game.

The Wolves (2-4) host Olympic on Dec. 7 and are at Bremerton on Dec. 12 before getting a three-week respite for winter break.

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