Wolves guard Erik Christiansen, center, is pictured playing against the Olympic Trojans on Feb. 8. Christiansen was the lone member of the Sequim High School boys basketball team named to the Olympic League All-League squad, making the second team after leading the Wolves in scoring with 16.7 points per game. Sequim Gazette file photo by Conor Dowley

Wolves guard Erik Christiansen, center, is pictured playing against the Olympic Trojans on Feb. 8. Christiansen was the lone member of the Sequim High School boys basketball team named to the Olympic League All-League squad, making the second team after leading the Wolves in scoring with 16.7 points per game. Sequim Gazette file photo by Conor Dowley

Glasser, Julmist rep Wolves in All-League first team

Sequim well represented in Olympic League winter season honors

Sequim High School was well represented on the Olympic League All-League lists for the 2019-2020 winter sports season, with two girls basketball players named to the first-team all-Olympic League squad, and two Wolves making the second all-league team of their respective sports.

Wolves post players Hope Glasser and Jayla Julmist were both named to the first team of the all-league girls basketball team. Glasser was a key leader on an SHS team that finished second in the Olympic League this season with a 10-2 league record and 17-7 overall. The senior scored 10.8 points per game this season and finishing second in the team only behind Julmist in rebounds.

Julmist was a threat to earn a double-double in almost every game she played this season, with nine in 20 games. She scored 10.9 points per game, and averaged nearly two steals and blocks per game as well. She was also selected for Sequim’s league sportsmanship honor for the 2019-2020 season.

Kalli Wiker joined her teammates with all-league honors, named to the second team. Wiker led the Wolves in scoring with 11.4 points per game and twice tied Art Green’s long-standing overall school record for 3-pointers in a single game with eight.

North Kitsap Vikings senior guard Noey Barreith was named the Olympic League MVP after tallying 15.5 points and six rebounds per game.

On the boys’s side, Sequim junior guard Erik Christiansen was named to the all-league second team. Christiansen led the Wolves in scoring with 16.7 points per game, shooting 40.6 percent from the field. He added 5.4 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.7 steals per game.

Christiansen was also selected for the Wolves’ sportsmanship award.

North Kitsap senior point guard Kobe McMillian won the boys’ league MVP honors after scoring 17 points per game and serving as a terror to Olympic League defenses all season long.

Other sports

The Wolves were shut out of the All-League teams for wrestling this winter, with no representatives at any weight class. That follows a season where the Wolves just sent one wrestler, junior Isaiah Cowan, to state in a season that school athletic director Dave Ditlefsen referred to as a “rebuilding effort” during a presentation at the March 2 school board meeting.

Sequim’s Sam Fitzgerald and Alexi Rampp-Taft were selected for Sequim’s sportsmanship award.

Wolves sophomore Madison McKeown was named to the All-Olympic League girls bowling team; her 148-pin average this season was good enough to be the fifth-highest individual average in the Olympic League last season. She averaged 141.8 pins per game at the state championship tournament in Tacoma, good for 36th place.

Gabriella Mattern-Hall was given the sportsmanship award for Sequim.



MVP: Noey Barreith, NK

First team: Emilia Long, Port Angeles; Jaida Wood, Port Angeles; Jayla Julmist, Sequim; Hope Glasser, Sequim; Grace Johnson, North Kitsap; Eve Burke, Port Angeles

Second team: Ellee Brockman, Kingston; Mikkiah Brady, Port Angeles; Mia McNair, North Kitsap; Kalli Wiker, Sequim; Sophie Green, North Mason.

Sportsmanship 2A/1A: Mia McNair, North Kitsap; Mikkiah Brady, Port Angeles; Ellee Brockman, Kingston; Jayla Julmist, Sequim; Kaylani Riley, Olympic; Natalie Mathews, North Mason; Tulip Carter, Bremerton, Faye Berry, Port Townsend; Alia Parco, Klahowya; Katie Clark, Chimacum.

1A girls coach of the year: Chris Koebelin, Klahowya

2A girls coach of the year: Mike Poindexter, Port Angeles


MVP: Kobe McMillian, NK

First team: Gary Johnson, Port Angeles; Logan Chmielewski, North Kitsap; Shaa Humphrey, North Kitsap, Anton Kahol, Port Angeles; D’Angelo Moore, Bremerton.

Second team: Chase Cobb, Port Angeles; Damen Ringgold, Port Angeles; Jonas La Tour, North Kitsap; Erik Christiansen, Sequim; Johny Olmsted, North Kitsap.

Sportsmanship, 2A/1A: Miller Campbell, North Mason; Johny Olmsted, North Kitsap; Erik Christensen, Sequim, Cyrus Campbell, Kingston; Ashton Trottman, Olympic; Damon Ringgold, Port Angeles; Kelo Legova, Bremerton; Dalton Daly, Klahowya; Tanner Carstensen, Chimacum; Noa Montoya, Port Townsend.

1A boys coach of the year: Bryan Thoemke, Klahowya

2A boys coach of the year: Miah Davis, Bremerton


Olympic League Wrestling

2020 All-League Team


MVP Thor Michaelson – BHS

106 Ira Daagsan – Oly

113 Anjelo Pangelinan – Oly

120 Logan Nichols – BHS

126 Domingo Pedro-Gaspar – NM

132 Adam Borde – PA

138 Thor Michaelson – BHS

145 Josh Boe – PA

152 Josiah Sorensen – BHS

160 Payton Keleher – Oly

170 Edmund Eriz – Oly

182 Jason Kibe – PA

195 Nouh Hammou – NK

220 Sofian Hammou – NK

285 Jared Dyer – NM

Coach of the Year – Rob Gale – PA


MVP Holly Beaudoin – NK


105 Makayla Beaudoin – NK

110 Natalie Johnson – PA

115 Shydea Harp – Oly

120 Holly Beaudoin – NK

125 Lily Halberg – PA

130 Makayla Heymann – NK

135 Elise Scrafford – NK

140 Kenzie Cormier – NK

145 Vanessa Navarro – NM

155 Christa Sindel – KHS

170 Carli Durbin – NM

190 Annabelle Moden – Oly

235 Evelyn Taylor – BHS

Coach of the Year – Erin Evans – NM

Sportsmanship Award


Bremerton – Logan Nickels

Kingston – Miles Still

North Kitsap – Robert Gomez

North Mason – Gabe Espinosa

Olympic – Taylor Andrews

Port Angeles – Josh Boe

Sequim – Sam Fitzgerald


Bremerton – Evelyn Taylor

Kingston – Kiele Duncan

North Kitsap – Kenzie Cormier

North Mason – Kaylie Case

Olympic – Annabelle Moden

Port Angeles – Lily Halberg

Sequim – Alexi Rampp-Taft

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