Sports

Sophomore Connor Bear, pictured during a Sept. 26 match against North Kingston, impressed with a 2-1 personal record over the past week. Bear is one of the players that head coach Mark Textor has praised several times this season for his continued and significant development. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Boys tennis: Young Wolves continue to impress

A 2-1 week shows continued develoment

 

Community scoreboard — Oct. 16, 2019

Golf Sunland Golf & Country Club • SWGA, Medal Play, Oct. 10 Silver tees, first flight — Gross: 1. Cheryl Coulter, 92. Net: 1. Alice… Continue reading

  • Oct 16, 2019

 

Cross country: Klahowya tops Sequim, Bremerton in league meet

Though their school be relatively small, their running crews are mighty. The 1A Klahowya Eagles flexed a bit of running muscle as they swept boys… Continue reading

 

Sequim junior wide receiver Michael Young celebrates as he crosses the goal line to score a touchdown on the Wolves’ first drive of the game against the Olympic Trojans on Oct. 11. Sequim would go on to win the game 37-14, with Young adding a second receiving touchdown and a key interception on defense. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Football: Wolves stun high-flying Olympic

Young Wolves upset Olympic League leaders 37-14

Sequim junior wide receiver Michael Young celebrates as he crosses the goal line to score a touchdown on the Wolves’ first drive of the game against the Olympic Trojans on Oct. 11. Sequim would go on to win the game 37-14, with Young adding a second receiving touchdown and a key interception on defense. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley
Sequim Wolves goalkeeper Olivia Hare (right, 1) strides forward after collecting the ball in front of goal early in the first half of their win against Port Angeles on Oct. 8. Hare made several big saves during regulation, then stopped all three penalties she faced from the Roughriders in the tiebreaking shootout to secure a big win for the Wolves and the first loss of the season for PA. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Girls soccer: Wolves upset PA, stay in playoff contention

Sequim handed Port Angeles their first loss of the season before beating Bremerton

Sequim Wolves goalkeeper Olivia Hare (right, 1) strides forward after collecting the ball in front of goal early in the first half of their win against Port Angeles on Oct. 8. Hare made several big saves during regulation, then stopped all three penalties she faced from the Roughriders in the tiebreaking shootout to secure a big win for the Wolves and the first loss of the season for PA. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Girls swimming: Wolves splash Eagles for fourth meet win

Olympic League standings Team Lg. Over. North Kitsap 6-0 Port Angeles 5-1 Sequim 4-2 Olympic 3-3 Kingston 2-4 Klahowya 2-4 Port Townsend 2-4 Bremerton 0-6… Continue reading

Sports briefs — Oct. 16, 2019

Deckman gets an ace Carol Deckman, a member at Sunland Golf & Country Club, hit a hole-in-one at Sunland’s hole No. 15 on Oct. 4.… Continue reading

  • Oct 16, 2019

Volleyball: Riders edge Wolves in tiebreaker … again

Different gymnasium, same result. Port Angeles found just enough left in the tank to edge Sequim in a fifth set tiebreaker last week, winning the… Continue reading

Wolf of the week: Kiana Robideau

Class: Junior Team: Sequim High volleyball Head coach: Jennie Webber Heilman Reason for selection: “Kiana’s height and athleticism help her dominate the frontcourt for the… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — Oct. 9, 2019

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Men’s Club, Individual Stroke Play, Oct. 2 First flight — Gross: 1. John Nally, 78; 2. Russ Veenema, 79.… Continue reading

  • Oct 9, 2019

Cross country: SHS girls sweep, boys second at league meet

A strong effort by Sequim’s pair of young running squads nearly produced a double sweep in Belfair last week. Paced by sophomore standout Riley Pyeatt,… Continue reading

Football: Wolves romp to 44-14 Homecoming win

Buccaneers strike first, but Sequim scored six straight touchdowns to secure big win

Senior forward Eden Johnson (second from right, no. 9) celebrates with her teammates after scoring Sequim’s second goal of a 5-0 win over Kingston on Oct. 3. Hanna Wagner (left, no. 14) also scored a goal on the night, and nearly scored three more on an impressive night for the sophomore forward. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Girls soccer: Wolves romp over Kingston, stagger to Bulldogs

A split week in league results still has Sequim’s girls soccer team looking up

Senior forward Eden Johnson (second from right, no. 9) celebrates with her teammates after scoring Sequim’s second goal of a 5-0 win over Kingston on Oct. 3. Hanna Wagner (left, no. 14) also scored a goal on the night, and nearly scored three more on an impressive night for the sophomore forward. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Girls swimming: Wolves set 10 personal bests in loss to defending state 2A champs

Olympic League standings Team Lg. Over. North Kitsap 5-0 Port Angeles 4-1 Sequim 3-2 Kingston 2-3 Klahowya 2-3 Port Townsend 2-3 Olympic 2-3 Bremerton 0-5… Continue reading

Locals take titles at 2019 Big Hurt

More than 150 competitors cycled, kayaked, ran and even dodged a ship in the Port Angeles Harbor in the fifth running of the Big Hurt… Continue reading

Sports briefs — Oct. 9, 2019

Larry Scott Trail race Oct. 19 The fourth in a five-event Run the Peninsula series, the Larry Scott Trail 5k/10k is set for Saturday, Oct.… Continue reading

  • Oct 9, 2019
Sequim’s Henry Hughes serves against Port Angeles’ Wyatt Hall and Milo Whitman in his No. 1 doubles match alongside Dustan Koch on Oct. 2. Hughes and Koch would win the point, but ultimately lost the match. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Tennis: Wolves sweep Bulldogs, fall short vs. Riders

Sequim’s boys tennis team beat North Mason before losing closely to league-best Port Angeles

Sequim’s Henry Hughes serves against Port Angeles’ Wyatt Hall and Milo Whitman in his No. 1 doubles match alongside Dustan Koch on Oct. 2. Hughes and Koch would win the point, but ultimately lost the match. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Volleyball: Wolves press Bucs but fall in tiebreaker

Olympic League standings (as of Oct. 7) Team Lg. Over. North Kitsap 5-0 6-1 North Mason 5-1 5-2 Kingston 4-2 6-2 Port Angeles 3-3 4-3… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Eli Gish

Class: Junior Team: SHS cross country Head coach: Paul Brinkman Reason for selection: “Eli set a season’s best time while placing fourth overall at the… Continue reading

  • Oct 9, 2019

Community scoreboard — Oct. 2, 2019

BMX Lincoln Park BMX • Warnicke Scholarship Race, Sept. 21 4 Balance Bike — 1. Layla Stamper, 2. Bennett Gray, 3. Dennis Tisdale 3 Balance… Continue reading

  • Oct 2, 2019