One big inning.
That’s what the Wolves needed — and got — to edge league foe Kingston 5-0 at home on April 12.
Christy Grubb had a two-run double, Taylee Rome followed with a run-scoring single and Katelyn Glass drove in two with a single as Sequim erupted for all five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.
The outburst, coupled with outstanding defense, helped preserve an Angel Wagner shutout. Despite not recording a strikeout, Wagner and the Wolves held the Buccaneers to three baserunners: two walks and one hit-by-batter that was erased on a steal attempt.
The win helped Sequim snap a two-game losing streak. The teams meet again on May 5 in Kingston.
Olympic spoiled any chance of Sequim (3-3 in Olympic League play, 6-3 overall) starting a winning streak two days later, winning a 15-9 slugfest in Silverdale. Details were not available at press time.
Sequim was slated to host rival Port Angeles on April 19.
The Wolves are at Bainbridge on April 21 and host Bremerton on April 26.
Sequim is at North Kitsap on April 28.