Girls tennis: Sequim sweeps Kitsap schools

Sequim got a bit of a challenge from a familiar Olympic League foe, but the Wolves’ deep lineup had enough to come away with a 5-2 win at Olympic on March 31.

In singles play, Sequim senior Kalli Wiker topped Ryleigh Barrett 6-0, 6-2, while Allie Gale edged Bailey Walton 7-5, 6-3 in No. 3 singles play.

McKenna and Kendall Hastings won in No. 1 doubles play, topping Cloie Cladwell and Alain Pajimalla 6-1, 6-4. Melissa Porter and Amanda Weller scored a win in No. 2 doubles play, a 75-5, 602 win over Kayleigh Byers and Kyla Moore. In No. 4 doubles action, Jordan Hegtvedt and Lyndsay Swanson outlasted Olympic’s Christa Flores and Faith Kristensen 2-6, 7-5, 12-10.

A day later back in Sequim, the Wolves made it a mini sweep of Kitsap schools with a 7-0 win over class 3A Central Kitsap. Wiker topped Peyton Hume in No. 1 singles play, 6-0 and 6-0, while Olivia Preston topped CK’s Lucy Stevens in straight sets, 6-2 and 6-2. Porter won in No. 3 singles action, 6-1 and 6-0, over Ailish Watson.

The Hastings sisters remained unbeaten on the young season with a win in No. 1 doubles play, losing just one point to Cougars Rinnah Ferrer and Brooke Mimoki.

Also winning for the Wolves were Gale and Weller in No. 2 doubles play, Malorey Morey and Sydney Sandstrom in No. 3 doubles, and Hegtvedt and Swanson in No. 4 doubles play, all in straight sets.

Sequim then earned a 7-0 sweep of Kingston at home on April 2. Wiker, Preson and Gale each had wins in singles play. McKenna and Kendall Hastings win in straight sets in No. 1 doubles play, while Morey and Porter teamed up for the first time this season for a straight-set win at No. 2 doubles.

Sandstrom and Swanson won in No. 3 doubles, and Hegtvedt teamed up with Ruby Romano for a win in No. 4 doubles.

The Wolves (5-0) capped the week with a 7-0 sweep at class 3A Bainbridge, picking up two forfeit victories over the Spartans.

Wiker and Preston each earned straight set victories in singles play, while Sequim picked up wins in No. 1 (McKenna and Kendall Hastings), No. 2 (Porter and Weller) and No. 3 (Morey, Samdstrom) doubles matches.

Coming up

Sequim is at East Jefferson on April 14 and at Klahowya on April 17.

The Wolves finish the regular season schedule with three home matches: April 19 versus North Kitsap, April 21 versus Bremerton and April 22 against rival Port Angeles.

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