Sequim’s Wolves made themselves comfortable on the road in their first away meet in two years, routing host Bremerton 116-37 on Sept. 16.
Mia Coffman, Hi’illei Robinson and Lauren Sundin had two individual event wins apiece, Melanie Byrne won the 100 breaststroke and the Wolves swept the top spots in all three relays in the rout to improve to 1-1 on the young season.
Coffman topped the field in the 200 free in 2:09.45, and added a win in the 100 butterfly, in 1:08.89.
Robinson raced to a win in the 50 free, clocking in at 28.46 seconds; teammate Melia Nelson was second (30.04). Robinson added a win in the 500 free with a 6:45.82 finish; teammate Natalie Cross was about 15 second back for second place.
Sundin took top honors in the 200 individual medley (2:45.12) and won the 100 free by more than six seconds, in 1:06.61.
Byrne won the 100 breast in 1:32.32, with teammate Julia Jeffers close behind in 1:34.81.
Sequim’s 200 medley relay of Jeffers, Nelson, Robinson and Sundin won in 2:15.18, while the Wolves’ 200 free relay (Coffman, Sundin, Faith Amaya and Petra Bernsten) won in 2:04.39. Sequim’s 400 free relay team of Bernsten, Cross, Nelson and Layla Gibson capped the meet with a win in 4:42.28.
Araya Mitchell was Bremerton’s lone event winner, taking the 100 backstroke in 1:18.56. Sequim’s Nelson was second (1:20.35).
Sequim was scheduled to swim at Klahowya on Sept. 21; results were not available at press time.
The Wolves host North Kitsap on Sept. 23.
The following week, Sequim hosts East Jefferson on Oct. 5 and Port Angeles on Oct. 7.
Sequim is at Olympic on Oct. 14 and compete in the Last Chance Meet in Port Angeles on Oct. 26, the final tune-up for the postseason.