The Wolves started a bit slow but still managed a 7-0 blanking of host North Mason on Dec. 14.
Sequim topped the Bulldogs 547-499 and 587-489 in the first and second games, and 141-112 and 107-86 in the Baker games.
Gabby Mattern-Hall bowled a 245-pin series (98-147) to lead Sequim, followed closely by teammates Madison McKeown (237 pin series) and Tate Morgan (235).
Two days later, league powerhouse Klahowya maintained its edge over the Wolves with its third win in as many matches this year, a 7-0 win in Silverdale.
McKeown led Sequim (5-3 in league and overall) with a 297-pin series (150-147), with Mattern-Hall bowling a 257-pin series.
Klahowya won 687-589 and 703-580 in the regular games, and 126-110 and 162-132 in the Baker games.
With their fifth win last week (and three more league matches to go), the Wolves already has its most wins since the 2009-2010 season when they finished 6-9.
The Wolves are off the lanes until Jan. 4 when play at Olympic. Two days later they host Olympic’s Trojans, and the following week travel to Bremerton (Jan. 11) and North Mason (Jan. 13).