Did they miss a beat?
Sequim’s reigning Olympic League champion golf squads got off to a solid start, sweeping Bremerton in a pair of home matches last week.
Sequim’s girls (1-0) were up first, topping the visiting Knights 267-175 (higher score wins) on March 15 at The Cedars at Dungeness.
Alex McMenamin led the Wolves with a nine-round score of 34. Sarah Shea was second at 39 while Amantha Smith shot a 48.
See a slideshow of the Sequim girls taking on Bremerton at www.flickr.com/photos/119537964@N04/.
A day later, Sequim’s boys (1-0) won by 64 shots over their Bremerton counterparts, winning 153-217 (lower score wins) at The Cedars.
Sequim’s Paul Jacobsen, Andrew Vanderberg and Blake Wiker each shot a 37 on the front nine holes at The Cedars at Dungeness. Josiah Cater shot a 42, Liam Payne a 48 and Jarrett Allen a 54.
Bryce Kahle was Bremerton’s top golfer with a nine-hole round of 42.
“Nice win today to start the season,” Sequim boys’ coach Bill Shea said.
Sequim’s boys were scheduled to play at Klahowya on March 21 while the girls do the same on March 23.
Sequim’s boys are back in action March 27 at Olympic.
Following spring break, Sequim’s girls are at Olympic on April 11. Sequim squads host a double-dual match against Port Angeles’ and North Kitsap’s boys and girls on April 12.