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Sequim baseball team's season came to an end the same way it played out all spring long: with mountains and valleys, short of the Wolves' ultimate goal but with a hard fight and little regret.
By the time they reached the West Central District finals, Blaire Maloney and doubles partner Kyla Hall were done shaking their opponents' hands.
Sprinters can't outrun it. Footballers can't tackle it. Volleyball players can't block it and wrestlers can't pin it down.
On target and on to state.
The only thing heating up faster than the artificial turf at Silverdale Stadium on Saturday were the boys clad in gold and white.
Something had to give. Sequim's depth in their doubles teams proved to be too much against Port Angeles on May 12 as the Wolves survived the match-up of 11-0 teams.
The long wait is over. Twelve years after their last appearance at a state tournament, the Sequim Wolves are back, thanks in large part to a huge game from one of their more diminutive players.
Spotlight on Sports
Perhaps they had games of more importance on their minds.
In all my years as a golf instructor and player, I have seen many guaranteed training aids.
In both boys' and girls' divisions, tennis is simply one of the most successful sports in Sequim High athletics. This year is no different.
They sent their seniors off with cheers and a song.