Football: Six Wolves picked for all-league squads

He started the season at center, then shone brightly under center.

Sophomore Lars Wiker earned all-Olympic League first team honors at quarterback, highlighting the Wolves’ 2021 all-league selections that saw six SHS players earn kudos.

Senior Brandon Wagner was the lone Wolf to earn dual honors, named to the first team as a punter and second team as a kicker.

Senior Pryce Glasser was named to the first team defensive line while sophomore Ayden Holland was named a first-team offensive lineman.

Earning second team all-league honors were senior wide receiver Kobe Applegate and junior linebacker Aiden Gockerell.

Wiker threw for 1,245 yards and 11 touchdowns and added three two-point conversions in eight games. He added 182 rushing yards and two scores.

Applegate was the Wolves’ top receiver, snagging 24 catches for 432 yards and seven touchdowns.

Glasser had four sacks, 16 tackles for losses, three pass deflections and 42 tackes (14 solo).

Isaac Blanton earned SHS’s sportsmanship award.

North Kitsap senior quarterback Colton Bower earned the league’ MVP award, while Port Angeles senior running back Daniel Cable earned Offensive MVP and North Kitsap junior defensive lineman Sofian Hammou was named Defensive MVP. North Kitsap’s coaching staff earned the league Coach of the Year award.

Sequim quarterback Lars Wiker, left, tries to avoid the grasp of a Bremerton defender in the Wolves’ 35-29 loss at Bremerton on Sept. 30. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim quarterback Lars Wiker, left, tries to avoid the grasp of a Bremerton defender in the Wolves’ 35-29 loss at Bremerton on Sept. 30. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell