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It's still early, but Sequim's boys soccer squad looks like a strong candidate for the post season.
Sequim's boys were looking for a little redemption while the girls were looking for an easy win. Both left Gold Mountain Golf Course satisfied.
Kazandra Holiday showed why she's one of the best - if not the best - ace in the Olympic League, holding Sequim to just one hit in a 6-1 Klahowya win March 27.
"I've never seen any team hit that well."
One big inning was enough to tame the Wolves.
Spotlight on Sports
The Olympic Avalanche select basketball team took third place out of 12 teams in the eighth-grade girls division last weekend in the 17th-annual Tulip Festival Basketball Tournament in Mount Vernon.
Peninsula College hosts a 7-on-7 adult women's soccer league that starts April 5 and runs until the end of May.
The wind picked up so much Friday afternoon, the Vashon goalie joked it might blow him away.
The weather still may be bitter cold, but Sequim's bats are heating up - and none too soon.
Five innings and a cloud of dust. That's all Sequim's fastpitch club has seen so far in its first two games, blowing out Bremerton on March 18 and Vashon on March 20.
Common sights in Sequim during the month of May: sunshine sprinkled with rain, Irrigation Festival craziness and Sequim High School's boys soccer team making a run into the post-season.