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Sports briefs — Oct. 6, 2021

Crab Fest 5K supports PC athletics The Crab Fest 5K Fun Run will be held along the Olympic Discovery Trail along the Port Angeles waterfront… Continue reading

  • Oct 6, 2021
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Volleyball: Wolves edge Bucs, rout Bulldogs

Sequim overcame its own small roster and a second-set serving “meltdown” to get past Kingston 3-1 (25-14, 21-25, 25-19, 25-23) in an Olympic League volleyball… Continue reading

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Week 4 Wolves of the Week: Wagner, Robinson

• Girls — Hannah Wagner Class: Senior Team: Sequim High girls soccer Head coach: Ken Garling Reason for selection: “Hannah scored 3 goals for the… Continue reading

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Football: SHS comeback falls short at Bremerton

Sequim nearly completed a three-score comeback Thursday night against an athletic Bremerton squad but couldn’t complete the comeback, falling to the host Knights, 35-29. Junior… Continue reading

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Boys tennis: Wolves edge Roughriders in close match

Sequim swept all three singles matches and one of four doubles match-ups to edge rival Port Angeles 4-3 on Sept. 23. The victory helped the… Continue reading

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Community scoreboard — Sept. 29, 2021

Golf Sunland Golf Club • Couple Club, Sept. 21 1. Dorene Berard-Robert Berard-Dianne Bresnahan-Mike Bresnahan, 140; 2. Linda Fortney-Stephen Fortney-John Palmeri-Patricia Palmeri, 146; 3. Ray… Continue reading

  • Sep 29, 2021

Cross Country: SHS’s Pyeatt cruises to win in league meet at Lincoln Park

In her second Port Angeles-area race in less than a week, Sequim’s Riley Pyeatt found herself alone at the finish line. The SHS senior raced… Continue reading

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Football: Spartans exact revenge, rout Wolves

Going up against a 3A school, the Sequim Wolves stayed close until halfway through the second quarter, down just 13-10 after a Kobe Applegate touchdown,… Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Bainbridge edges Wolves in PKs

Despite seeing a halftime lead slip away, Sequim’s girls soccer team eked out an important point in a 2-1 (4-1) penalty-kick shootout loss to Class… Continue reading

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Girls swimming: Sequim tops Klahowya, splits with NK/Kingston

Sequim’s Wolves hosted a double-dual meet on Sept. 23, earning a split with Kingston and North Kitsap. The Wolves (3-2) topped a shorthanded Kingston squad… Continue reading

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PHOTO: BMX riders race to state placings

Riders from Lincoln Park BMX celebrate the end of the season after competing on the Washington State series throughout the summer and at the state… Continue reading

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Volleyball: Wolves fall to Spartans, top Knights

Sequim volleyball coach Jennie Webber Heilman put her squad’s performance in a 25-16, 25-16, 25-16 sweep by the Spartans on Sept. 21 in plain terms.… Continue reading

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Community scoreboard — Sept. 22, 2021

Golf Sunland Golf Club • Knights of Columbus Charity Tournament, Sept. 11 Mixed division — 1. (tie) Fritz Field-Hattie Grant-Rick Grant-Jim Jones and April Aubrey-Sean… Continue reading

  • Sep 22, 2021

Cross country: Pyeatt wins, Ellefsen fifth at Salt Creek Invite

The course at Salt Creek Recreation Area may be a few miles from her racecourses in Sequim, but SHS senior Riley Pyeatt raced like she’s… Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Sequim routs Olympic for first win

The Sequim girls soccer team got a hat trick from Taryn Johnson, who scored her flurry of goals in just seven minutes, in a 4-1… Continue reading

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Girls swimming: Wolves splash Knights for first win

Sequim’s Wolves made themselves comfortable on the road in their first away meet in two years, routing host Bremerton 116-37 on Sept. 16. Mia Coffman,… Continue reading

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Sports briefs — Sept. 22, 2021

Sequim’s Haesloop wins women’s GOAT run Nearly 240 runners from Washington state and states beyond ran through the woods and the hills west of Port… Continue reading

  • Sep 22, 2021
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Volleyball: Wolves top Trojans, fall to NK’s Vikings

Sequim’s volleyball squad earned a split of league games last week, sweeping Olympic’s Trojans on the road on Sept. 14 before falling in three sets… Continue reading

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Wolves edge Riders in Rainshadow Rumble renewal

Starting centers usually don’t switch positions from week-to-week, especially to debut at quarterback as an underclassmen in a rivalry game in wet weather. But Sequim… Continue reading

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College soccer: Peninsula men cycle past Tacoma in NWAC Championship rematch

An acrobatic early goal from sophomore Nicolas Hernandez and a stoppage- time penalty kick lifted the Peninsula College men to a 2-0 non-league win over… Continue reading

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