Sequim High’s bowling squad takes a break from competition at Laurel Lanes in Port Angeles, at their May 11 match versus Bremerton. Photo courtesy of Randy Perry

Sequim High’s bowling squad takes a break from competition at Laurel Lanes in Port Angeles, at their May 11 match versus Bremerton. Photo courtesy of Randy Perry

Bowling: Wolves pick up pins, first win

Sequim High’s girls bowling squad had a well-balanced effort against Bremerton at their home venue at Laurel Lanes in Port Angeles on May 11, knocking off Bremerton 3-0.

Anastasia Updike bowled a team-best 423-pin series — including 158 in the third game — as Sequim swept the visiting Knights 516-397, 447-400 and 473-440.

Madison McKeown (141 pins) and Gabriela Mattern-Hall (127) helped the Wolves start strong in the first game.

It’s Sequim’s first win over Bremerton since the 2018-2019 season.

Bremerton’s Dean Wagner and Sequim’s Randy Perry, longtime friends and coaching rivals, pose for a selfie at their May 11 match in Port Angeles. Photo by Randy Perry

Bremerton’s Dean Wagner and Sequim’s Randy Perry, longtime friends and coaching rivals, pose for a selfie at their May 11 match in Port Angeles. Photo by Randy Perry

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