Sports

Boys basketball: Wolves fall in match-ups with Knights, Kitsap squads

After a season-opening win against Forks, Sequim’s boys basketball team ran into some stiff competition last week and early this week, dropping a trio of… Continue reading

Community Scoreboard — Dec. 15, 2021

Volleyball Peninsula Volleyball League • Nov. 29 Killin’ It 2, Orv’s Ohanna 0 (25-18, 25-19) Hot Peppers 2, No Diggity 0 (25-9, 25-14) Harbinger 2,… Continue reading

  • Dec 15, 2021
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Girls basketball: Bates leads Wolves’s rout over Knights

The Sequim girls basketball team didn’t play its best game, according to coach Joclin Julmist. But the team got great games from Hannah Bates and… Continue reading

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Klahhane gymnasts score well at Kent meet

Klahhane Gymnastics participated in the Holiday Express Critique Meet hosted by Metropolitan Gymnastics in Kent, Dec. 10-12. In the Silver Division Junior A age group,… Continue reading

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Hannah Bates (Dec. 6-11) Class: Junior Team: SHS girls basketball Head coach: Joclin Julmist Reason for selection: “Hannah narrowly missed a triple-double with 22 points,… Continue reading

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Women’s soccer: PC’s Pirates ranked No. 1 in the nation

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team is used to NWAC championships, with five over the past decade. The team is used to being ranked No.… Continue reading

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Wrestling: SHS grapplers compete at invitationals

Sequim’s wrestling team picked up some wins and early-season experience at a pair of invitationals recently. Sequim’s grapplers managed three first-place finishes at the Forks… Continue reading

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Winter sports preview: Sequim wrestlers grapplers look to improve in ‘21-‘22

Just a few months removed from a 2020-2021 season that saw a roster depleted to just 10 grapplers, Sequim head coach Chad Cate has 17… Continue reading

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Winter sports preview: SHS boys hoops looks to harness energy for postseason run

Poise: it’s a trait Sequim High coach Greg Glasser said he expects to have to emphasize with this years energetic group of Wolves as they… Continue reading

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Sarah Bacica, No. 196, of Sequim leads a group of runners to the finish line at the Jamestown S'Klallam Glow Run on Saturday night in Blyn. (Run the Peninsula)

Head lamps light up path for Jamestown S’Klallam run

This year’s Jamestown S’Klallam Glow Run featured local winners, strong performances by young runners and a neck-and-neck finish in the women’s 10-kilometer distance. The event… Continue reading

Sarah Bacica, No. 196, of Sequim leads a group of runners to the finish line at the Jamestown S'Klallam Glow Run on Saturday night in Blyn. (Run the Peninsula)
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PHOTO: Sequim’s Schmadke to join South Dakota school’s acrobatics, tumbling team

Alex Schmadeke of Sequim High School signs a letter of intent to attend Augustana University in Sioux Falls, S.D. and compete in acrobatics and tumbling.… Continue reading

  • Dec 8, 2021
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Eleanor Jones of Sequim races through a muddy bog at the Extreme Sports Park in Port Angeles on Nov. 28, as she competes in the the inaugural Extreme CX Port Angeles cyclocross event. Cyclocross, a popular sport in Europe, requires competitors to ride through mud, up steep hills and over obstacles and stairs. Riders often have to pick up their bikes and carry them through “portage” areas where the obstacles are too steep or the mud too slick to ride through. Riders from as young as 10 to as old as 65-plus competed in the late November event, with 94 riders on Nov. 27 and 104 riders the following day. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sports briefs — Dec. 8, 2021

Run the Peninsula registration is open Registration for the 2022 Run the Peninsula series opened Dec. 7. Participants can get a 5-percent discount on the… Continue reading

  • Dec 8, 2021
Eleanor Jones of Sequim races through a muddy bog at the Extreme Sports Park in Port Angeles on Nov. 28, as she competes in the the inaugural Extreme CX Port Angeles cyclocross event. Cyclocross, a popular sport in Europe, requires competitors to ride through mud, up steep hills and over obstacles and stairs. Riders often have to pick up their bikes and carry them through “portage” areas where the obstacles are too steep or the mud too slick to ride through. Riders from as young as 10 to as old as 65-plus competed in the late November event, with 94 riders on Nov. 27 and 104 riders the following day. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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Volleyball: Hastings, Vaara picked for all-league team

Sequim’s tall duo helped the Wolves reach the heights of the 2A state tourney, and coaches in the league were impressed. Wolves junior middle hitter… Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Johnson, Wagner highlight SHS all-league picks

Senior midfielder Hannah Wagner and sophomore striker Taryn Johnson paced Sequim High’s girls soccer squad this season, earning all-Olympic League honors in the process. League… Continue reading

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Football: Six Wolves picked for all-league squads

He started the season at center, then shone brightly under center. Sophomore Lars Wiker earned all-Olympic League first team honors at quarterback, highlighting the Wolves’… Continue reading

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Winter sports preview: Mix of veterans, newcomers to hit lanes for SHS bowling squad

One year removed from an abridged 2020-2021 season, Sequim’s bowling team has one of the deepest and experienced squads its had in Randy Perry’s long… Continue reading

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Community scoreboard — Nov. 17, 2021

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Men’s Club, Stableford competition, Nov. 10 First flight — Gross: 1. Al Barth, 34; 2. Ron Grant, 31; 2.… Continue reading

  • Dec 1, 2021
Sequim’s Riley Pyeatt makes her way of the first hill at the state of the 2A state cross country meet in Pasco on Nov. 6. Pyeatt finished fifth, earning her third top-15 finish at state in three chances. Last week she was named to the all-state team. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Sports briefs — Dec. 1, 2021

Pyeatt makes all-state team Sequim High senior Riley Pyeatt was named to the all-state cross-country girls team last week. Pyeatt and Port Angeles’ Jack Gladfelter… Continue reading

  • Dec 1, 2021
Sequim’s Riley Pyeatt makes her way of the first hill at the state of the 2A state cross country meet in Pasco on Nov. 6. Pyeatt finished fifth, earning her third top-15 finish at state in three chances. Last week she was named to the all-state team. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell
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College basketball: Loaded PC Pirate squads ready for full hoops season

The Peninsula College basketball teams have reloaded and are ready to launch. The Pirate women, featuring a handful of Olympic Peninsula high school products, opened… Continue reading

  • Nov 24, 2021
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