Fastpitch: SHS seeking first league victory

A trio of tough losses last week has Sequim’s fastpitch squad still looking for its first Olympic League victory.

Following a 12-5 loss at home to Kingston on April 9, Sequim started strong the next day at Belfair with a four-run first inning, but five errors in the field led to a 16-6 loss to the host North Mason Bulldogs.

Sequim opened with an RBI single by Mikki Green that scored Mia Kirner and another RBI single by Rylie Doig that brought Charley Sturm across.

Taylee Rome and Green then scored on passed balls for a 4-0 advantage.

North Mason answered back immediately, scoring six in the home half to take back the momentum.

On April 11, playing their third game in three days, Sequim saw Olympic’s Trojans push across seven runs in the third inning in an 11-3 loss in Silverdale.

SHS’s Kiley Winter singled and later scored on a Kirner RBI single to open the contest for Sequim.

Rome lined a two-run home run to center field in the top of the sixth, but Sequim could come no closer.

Sequim (0-5 in Olympic League, 1-6 overall) was scheduled to play at Port Angeles on April 16; results were not available at press time.

Looking ahead

The Wolves are at Bainbridge on April 18 before a pair of home games: April 20 versus Klahowya, a non-league foe, and April 23 against Bremerton.

Sequim is at North Kitsap on April 25 before hosting North Mason on April 30.

Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell / Sequim's Taylee Rome looks to keep Kingston bats at bay in an Olympic League game in Sequim on April 9.