Both the boys and girls golf teams swung back into action after a week off to play the Redhawks on April 9 at the Port Townsend Golf Club.
The boys played some of the best golfers on the peninsula with the Redhawks shooting 20 strokes better than the Wolves (158-178). Zack Glover and Patrick Morton led all golfers with 38 each on nine holes followed closely by Keegan Khile at 39 and Austin Khile at 43, all for Port Townsend.
Travis Priest led Sequim shooting a 41 followed by Jack Shea at 43, Alex McCracken at 45 and Josiah Carter at 49.
Sequim boys coach Bill Shea said the Redhawks remain undefeated so far and that Sequim’s low nine-hole team score at home is 165 and 168 away.
“There is quite a bit of local knowledge there (from the Port Townsend players), but we were clearly outplayed,” he said.
Sequim’s girls won their match by forfeit due to the Redhawks only having three eligible golfers.
Alex McMenamin led all golfers again by a wide margin shooting a 38 followed by freshman Sarah Shea at 54, who had her best personal match score of the season.
Brianna Kettel shot a 56 and Sydney Balkan a 57. Greta Gamble led Port Townsend shooting a 68.
In the coming weeks, both of Sequim’s boys and girls teams travel to North Mason on Thursday and they host North Kitsap and Chimacum on April 21 at The Cedars at Dungeness.