Late sports: SHS boys golf, boys soccer teams pick up victories

Boys golf

Sequim freshman Paul Jacobsen helped Sequim’s boys golf squad improve to 3-0 with a nine-hole round of 36, tying Olympic’s C.J. Lagat — a three-time state tourney qualifier — for medalist honors in a 159-178 victory at Rolling Hills Golf Course in Bremerton on March 27. Sequim’s Blake Wiker and Josiah Carter tied for third with rounds of 40; Carter’s was a personal best.

Boys soccer

In a rare, neutral site non-league matchup, Sequim (3-1-1) knocked off the 1A Forks Spartans handily with a 9-0 rout on Peninsula College’s field in Port Angeles.

Freshman Adrian Funston started the scoring off with a penalty kick just two minutes in and finished with a three-goal hat trick. Liam Harris added to his team-leading total with two goals, giving him 12 in just five games. Mike McAleer added two goals and an assist, while Mathew Craig and Konnor Parrish added a goal apiece. Christian Rocha had two assists for the victors.

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