Sports

Cross country: Port Angeles gets sweep in Sequim meet

Just a few days after battling for the top spot at Port Angeles’ annual Salt Creek Invitational, the Port Angeles junior and the Sequim sophomore… Continue reading

Football: QB backup helps Wolves to win

Olympic League standings Team Lg. Over. Olympic 2-0 3-1 North Kitsap 2-0 3-1 Kingston 1-1 2-1 Sequim 1-1 3-1 Bremerton 0-1 2-2 Port Angeles 0-1… Continue reading

Girls swimming: Deep Wolves team sinks Redhawks

Olympic League standings Team Lg. Over. North Kitsap 4-0 Port Angeles 3-1 Sequim 3-1 Kingston 2-2 Klahowya 2-2 Port Townsend 1-3 Olympic 1-3 Bremerton 0-4… Continue reading

Picklers crown champs at annual Blue Hole Bash tourney

Sequim Picklers welcomed 76 doubles pairings in 14 divisions at the club’s second-annual Blue Hole Bash pickleball tournament, held Sept. 27-29 at the club’s courts… Continue reading

Sports briefs — Oct. 2, 2019

Paddlers to host special guest The Olympic Peninsula Paddlers welcome guest speaker Andrée Hurley, president and acting executive director of the Washington Water Trails Association,… Continue reading

  • Oct 2, 2019

Volleyball: Vikings sweep Wolves on court

Olympic League standings (as of Sept. 23) Team Lg. Over. North Mason 4-0 4-1 North Kitsap 3-0 4-1 Kingston 3-2 5-2 Olympic 2-2 3-4 Port… Continue reading

Wolves of the Week: Connor Bear and Abigail Schroeder

Connor Bear Sept. 16-21 Class: Sophomore Team: SHS boys tennis Head coach: Mark Textor Reason for selection: “Connor has made huge improvements in his game… Continue reading

Kristina Mingoy runs down the wing early in the first half.

Wolves soccer falls short in penalty shootout

Sequim lose to North Kitsap in tiebreaker after hard-fought match

Kristina Mingoy runs down the wing early in the first half.
Nico Zingaro returns a serve in the second set of his match against North Kitsap’s Chris Schuchart on Sept. 25, which he would win 6-2 to win the match. Zingaro was Sequim’s only undefeated player on the week, not dropping a single set in three matches. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Young Wolves tennis team shows progress

Sequim plays well against two top teams, sweeps Olympic

Nico Zingaro returns a serve in the second set of his match against North Kitsap’s Chris Schuchart on Sept. 25, which he would win 6-2 to win the match. Zingaro was Sequim’s only undefeated player on the week, not dropping a single set in three matches. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Boys tennis: Young Sequim team scores strong start

Wolves’ boys earn 3-1 start to season

Cross country: Sequim’s girls 1st, boys 2nd in prep season opener

They may go their respective ways in the postseason, but Port Townsend and Sequim took on the look of rivals at the Wolves’ home cross… Continue reading

Sequim’s Eden Johnson, left, vies for the ball with Bremerton’s Neveah Jackman in an Olympic League match on Sept. 17. Sequim won, 4-1. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Girls soccer: Wolves earn split in tough week of competition

A big win over Bremerton was tempered by a heavy loss to Olympic

Sequim’s Eden Johnson, left, vies for the ball with Bremerton’s Neveah Jackman in an Olympic League match on Sept. 17. Sequim won, 4-1. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Girls swimming: Roughriders top Wolves in league showdown

Olympic League standings (as of Sept. 23) Team Rec. North Kitsap 3-0 Klahowya 2-1 Port Angeles 2-1 Sequim 2-1 Olympic 1-2 Port Townsend 1-1 Kingston… Continue reading

Sports briefs — Sept. 25, 2019

Coed volleyball league forming The Port Angeles Parks & Recreation and City of Port Angeles hosts a coed recreational volleyball league. Games are at Stevens… Continue reading

  • Sep 25, 2019

Turnovers cost Wolves against NK

Four turnovers let down Wolves in heated game

Volleyball: Wolves split with Bremerton, Olympic

Olympic League standings (as of Sept. 23) Team Lg. Over. North Mason 2-0 2-1 Olympic 2-1 3-2 North Kitsap 1-0 2-1 Port Angeles 1-1 2-1… Continue reading

Under head coach Bill Shea (far right), the Sequim High School boys golf team celebrates defense of its title at the 51st annual Tim Higgins Memorial at Kitsap Golf and Country Club in Bremerton in 2017. Shea is stepping down from the coaching position this year after leading Sequim to four consecutive undefeated, Olympic League title-winning seasons. Pictured, from left, are assistant coach Sean O’Mera, Blake Wiker, Paul Jacobsen, Andrew Vanderberg, Josiah Carter and Shea. Submitted photo

Prep golf: SHS boys coach Shea steps down

Bill Shea, known for taking the Sequim High boys’ golf program to impressive heights during his 10-year tenure, is turning in his coaching scorecard. Shea… Continue reading

Under head coach Bill Shea (far right), the Sequim High School boys golf team celebrates defense of its title at the 51st annual Tim Higgins Memorial at Kitsap Golf and Country Club in Bremerton in 2017. Shea is stepping down from the coaching position this year after leading Sequim to four consecutive undefeated, Olympic League title-winning seasons. Pictured, from left, are assistant coach Sean O’Mera, Blake Wiker, Paul Jacobsen, Andrew Vanderberg, Josiah Carter and Shea. Submitted photo

Community scoreboard — Sept. 18, 2019

Golf • Men’s Club, Long-Short Team Event, Sept. 11 First flight — Gross: 1. Jeff Jones-Russ Veenema, 150; 2. Ron Grant-John Raske, 155. Net: 1.… Continue reading

  • Sep 18, 2019

Cross country: Wolves start season at Eagle Jamboree

Sequim runners got their first taste of the 2019 cross country season, and friendly rivalries were renewed. Junior Lauren Larson of Port Angeles took top… Continue reading

Football: Sequim runs away with win at Forks

Playing through the rain in their first road game against a traditionally tough Forks team, Sequim’s Wolves overcame all of that — and some self-created… Continue reading