Golf: SHS boys win, girls fall vs. Eagles

For the first time in about two seasons, an Olympic League foe managed to beat a Sequim High golf squad.

Emi Brown shot a nine-hole round of 38 to take medalist honors as Klahowya topped Sequim’s girls 189-224 (low score wins) at Gold Mountain Golf Course in Bremerton on March 21.

Jessica German and Yana Hoesel paced Sequim with rounds of 54 while Brittany Gale shot a 56.

It was the first league match loss for the Wolves since April 11, 2017 — ending Sequim’s 13-match winning streak.

Sequim’s boys opened their season on a winning note, however, with a nine-shot (186-195) victory over Klahowya’s Eagles.

Paced by medalist Paul Jacobsen’s nine-hole round of 42, Sequim ran their league match streak to 32 with the victory.

Garrett Hoesel added a 46 for the Wolves and Ben Sweet and Dom Ricobene each shot 49 for Sequim, while Landon Betzing and Aaron Phillips led Klahowya with rounds of 46.

Looking ahead

Sequim was scheduled to host Kingston on March 26 — details were not available at press time — before taking on rival Port Angeles on the road on March 27, Sequim’s last match before spring break.