Sequim’s Ben Sweet and Pryce Glasser tied for match medalist honors with rounds of 7-over-par 43 to lift the Wolves to a 183-234 boys golf win over Port Angeles on the front nine at Peninsula Golf Club on March 31.
“The Sequim boys didn’t have their best, but they played tough,” Wolves coach Sean O’Mera said. “The greens at Peninsula Golf Club were lightning fast. It presented a great challenge for the boys.”
Dominic Riccobene’s 45 and a round of 52 by Truman Nestor accounted for the other Sequim scores.
Port Angeles’ Edun Bailey led the Riders with a 55. Nate Andersen totaled a 58, Cyrus Mills a 60 and Winston Wait had a 61.
The Wolves edged the Riders 235-246 in the girls match.
Match medalist was Eve Burke of Port Angeles with a career-best 55, 10 shots better then her last round, Riders girls coach Mike DuPuis said.
Burke was followed by teammates Saylah Commerton (61), Piper Williams (63), Jenna McGoff and Lauren Chapman (67).
Sequim was led by Hannah Wagner and Janell Hill, who each carded 57. Jessica German added a 59 and Delaney Nucci a 62 for the Wolves.
“I was proud of the PA girls performance considering how inexperienced they are,” DuPuis said.
Sequim’s boys’ depth won out on a breezy day on the par-35 back nine at Cedars at Dungeness on April 1 against visiting Olympic.