Sequim fifth-grade hoops squad seeks funds for state tourney

After driving to the hoop for titles in their past three tournaments, these young Sequim hoopsters are seeking some help driving to Spokane.

The Wolves, a fifth-grade boys basketball squad, have qualified for a state tournament in March and are asking for assistance with raising funds for the entry fee, transportation, lodging and food.

Contributions may be made at Sound Community Bank locations on the Olympic Peninsula.

The Wolves recently swept four teams at the Port Angeles Parks & Recreation’s Martin Luther King Classic Tournament in mid-January, improving to 12-0 on the season.

For more information, contact Cori Grider at or 360-797-1005.

Team members include Charlie Grider, Hayden Kiesser, Jamison Gray, Lincoln Liggins, Easton Munger, Andrew Brown, Bryant Laboy, Blake Marshall and Izaiah Alonzo. Coaches include Dennis Laboy, John Marshall and Shane Alonzo.

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