The Wolves aren’t yet in the win column, but their scores saw another improvement in a 6-1 loss to state-caliber Klahowya in Port Angeles on Dec. 5.
Sequim, led by sophomore Madison McKeown, posted its first 600-point games against the Eagles, who won the match with regular games of 756-631 and 717-600.
The teams split Baker-format games, with Sequim edging Klahowya 141-133 in the second game.
McKeown bowled a 191-pin first game, tops among all bowlers, and added a 146-pin second game. Trinity Henderson added a 244-pin series (120-124) and Corrine Klinger added a 229-pin series (106-123).
Sequim was slated to bowl at North Mason on Dec. 10. After that the Wolves play a home-and-home with Olympic, hosting the Trojans on Dec. 12 and at Olympic (Silverdale) on Dec. 17 before the school’s winter break.