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Gymnastics: Combined prep squad wins two of three meets

A combined squad of gymnasts from Sequim, Port Angeles and Crecent made the most of their shortened season, earning two wins and falling by a… Continue reading

 

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NODM runners thrilled to be competing again

The rain (mostly) held off and runners — most of whom were thrilled and thankful to be competing again — were greeted by cool weather… Continue reading

 

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Boys basketball: Riders prevail in postseason match-up

Sequim ran into a familiar foe on Saturday in the start of postseason play, keeping the final score much closer then a previous match-up in… Continue reading

 

Boys tennis: Little comes up big at league tourney, takes title

First-year player? No problem. Sequim High Garrett Little dominated during the regular season and capped off his freshman season undefeated with a 4-0 run and… Continue reading

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College basketball: Resilient PC men, women squads finish strong

Peninsula College men’s and women’s basketball teams celebrated a season unlike any other with a sweep of their final contests of the season at home… Continue reading

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College sports: Glasser, Pirates earn PC athletic program honors

Sequim’s Hope Glasser and Nordland’s Grace Johnson were among the six athletic award winners announced by the Peninsula College athletic department during their awards event… Continue reading

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Girls basketball: Wolves’ win streak sets up title tilt with PA

The one team that gave powerhouse Port Angeles a scare this season will get a second chance. Sequim’s girls basketball squad powered its way through… Continue reading

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Wrestling: Wolves tussle with Spartans, Cougars

Sequim’s wrestling squad saw some tough competition from class 3A visitors from Kitsap County on Saturday, with the Wolves picking up three wins against Bainbridge’s… Continue reading

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Modified slightly, NPDM marathon and related events hit the trails

It won’t be quite the same as past marathons, but the North Olympic Discovery Marathon still expects more than 1,500 competitors to hit the trails… Continue reading

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Boys basketball: Second half surge propels Knights past Wolves

Sequim’s boys basketball squad hung tight with the first-place Bremerton Knights for a half, but couldn’t knock down enough shots in the second half in… Continue reading

Boys tennis: Wolves top Knights, improve to 7-1

Sequim’s boys tennis squad was tested — with four matches going to tiebreakers — but still managed to come away with a 5-2 win over… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — June 2, 2021

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Merchants League, May 6 Low division — Gross: 1. Sid Krumpe, 36; 2. Jeff Jones, 37; 3. (tie) Fred… Continue reading

  • Jun 2, 2021
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Girls basketball: Wolves cruise in dominating wins over Eagles, Knights

Sequim coach Linsay Rapelje’s Sequim girls basketball squads have a history of dominating defenses against smaller schools. That much was evident in the Wolves’ 68-8… Continue reading

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PHOTO: Wiker signs on to play at George Fox

Sequim High School senior Kalli Wiker, joined here by varsity head coach Mark Textor, sings a letter of intent in May to play tennis at… Continue reading

  • Jun 2, 2021
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SHS grads compete on collegiate levels

From purple and gold to a variety of collegiate colors, a number of former Sequim High sports stars are taking to the fields, pitches and… Continue reading

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Sports briefs — June 2, 2021

Pyeatt blisters track for Fliers Riley Pyeatt isn’t waiting until next spring to start setting school records. The Sequim High junior, who runs for the… Continue reading

  • Jun 2, 2021

Wrestling: SHS’s Bernsten unbeaten on season

Sequim’s Petra Bernsten picked up two wins and teammate Aleah Chen added another in prep wrestling action last week. Bernsten pinned Bremerton’s Monica Kaiser with… Continue reading

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Bellevue sweeps PC on hardcourt; Pirates cap season on June 2

Bellevue’s Bulldogs came to play, earning a sweep of both men’s and women’s basketball match-ups on May 31 in Bellevue to stay in first place… Continue reading

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Boys basketball: Sequim splits with Kingston, Klahowya

A third-quarter swoon sank Sequim in a 64-51 boys basketball loss to Kingston at home May 18. Playing without injured senior leader Erik Christensen, the… Continue reading

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Boys tennis: SHS squad volleys for wins over East JeffCo, Kingston

Sequim’s boys tennis team picked up a couple of forfeit wins and dominated in matches that were actually played, sweeping East Jefferson 7-0 on the… Continue reading