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 a 66-42 loss in Bremerton on May 26.
“Bremerton shot the ball very well in the second half,” Sequim coach Greg Glasser said. “We struggled to finish but we were getting open looks.”
Guard Jaydin Possin led the Wolves with 13 points and added seven rebounds.
Hayden Eaton led the team with 10 rebounds and added five points, and Erik Christiansen added 12 points.
Sequim has back-to-back home games this week against class 3A foes from Kitsap County. The Wolves (3-5) host Central Kitsap on June 2 and Bainbridge Island on June 3, before traveling for a postseason game on June 5; details were unavailable at press time.