Girls tennis: Wolves go 1-2 in homestand

Olympic League standings

(as of March 27)

Team Lg. Over.

North Kitsap 3-0 3-0

Bremerton 2-2 2-2

Sequim 2-2 2-2

Kingston 1-0 1-0

North Mason 1-0 1-0

Olympic 1-1 1-1

Coupeville 0-1 0-2

Port Angeles 0-1 0-1

Klahowya 0-1 0-1

Chimacum 0-2 0-2

With four varsity players out of action because of a school band trip, Sequim’s girls tennis team still nearly pulled off a victory before falling 4-3 to the visiting Kingston Buccaneers on March 23.

See a photo slideshow of the match here.

Sequim (2-2 in league, overall) and Bremerton are the only teams with four matches completed, thanks to early-season rain-outs.

The Wolves started their three-match homestand last week with a 6-1 loss to Olympic, but rebounded with a 5-2 win against Bremerton on March 21.

Sequim was slated to play rival Port Angeles, also at home, on March 27. The Wolves host Klahowya on March 29 before getting a breather during spring break.

SHS is back in action April 13 at North Mason.

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