Sports

Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter sets 2020 fundraiser for Feb. 22

The Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter will host the group’s annual Kids Fishing Day fundraiser at Sunland Golf and Country Club on Saturday, Feb.… Continue reading

Reserve summer wilderness backpacking spots at Olympic National Park

The summer wilderness backpacking season is rapidly approaching, and representatives with Olympic National Park say planning ahead is critical. Many of the most popular wilderness… Continue reading

RUNNING: Elwha Bridge 5k, 10k runs a success

635 participants for first race in Run the Peninsula series

Tickets on sale now for 2020 Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby

Tickets for the 2020 Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby are now on sale. This year’s event, which uses selective fishery (clipped fin hatchery fish only) is… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Dallin Despain

Class: Junior Team: SHS boys baketball Head coach: Greg Glasser Reason for selection: “Dallin, a point guard, played nearly every minute of the Wolves important… Continue reading

Wrestling: Cowan wrestles to regional tourney berth

Isaiah Cowan, a first-year wrestler, is one step away from the state prep finals. The first-year Sequim High junior won three out of four matches… Continue reading

Sports briefs — Feb. 5, 2020

Sun Fun Color Run March 7 Registration is open for the Sequim Sunshine Festival Sun Fun Color Run, scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, March 7.… Continue reading

  • Feb 10, 2020

Boys basketball: Loss sends Sequim to Saturday tiebreaker vs. Olympic

The playoffs are stating a little early for Sequim’s boys basketball squad … kind of. The Wolves battled hard for three quarters against the Port… Continue reading

Girls basketball: Wolves fall to PA, will face Foster in district opener

A loss to their hardcourt rivals Thursday night nixed Sequim’s girls basketball team’s hopes of a share of the Olympic League 2A championship. Eve Burke… Continue reading

Bowling: McKeown, Klinger advance to state tourney

Sequim sophomore Madison McKeown is headed back to state, and this season she’ll have company. McKeown and SHS senior Corinne Klinger earned berths at the… Continue reading

Sequim Wolves forward Stewart Duncan (33) looks for space around the perimeter while North Kitsap Vikings forward Logan Chmielewski closes in during the second quarter of the Vikings’ 83-42 win over the Wolves on Jan. 31. Duncan, one of two Wolves players honored for senior night before the game, hit a trio of 3-pointers in the first half and 11 points overall on the night. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Boys basketball: Vikings drop Wolves in rout

Vikings step closer to Olympic League title while Sequim falters

Sequim Wolves forward Stewart Duncan (33) looks for space around the perimeter while North Kitsap Vikings forward Logan Chmielewski closes in during the second quarter of the Vikings’ 83-42 win over the Wolves on Jan. 31. Duncan, one of two Wolves players honored for senior night before the game, hit a trio of 3-pointers in the first half and 11 points overall on the night. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Boys swimming: Wolfpack preps for postseason

A pack of Wolves are headed to the postseason. Sequim takes all three of its relay teams and will see at least three swimmers compete… Continue reading

Peninsula College women’s soccer players (from left) Kayla Alcott, Sam Oliveira and Halle Nottage were joined by head coach Kanyon Anderson at a signing ceremony on Jan. 24. The three players will move on to play at four-year schools next fall. Submitted photo

COllege soccer: Peninsula stars sign with 4-year schools

Oliveira, Nottage and Alcott all moving on to play at next level

Peninsula College women’s soccer players (from left) Kayla Alcott, Sam Oliveira and Halle Nottage were joined by head coach Kanyon Anderson at a signing ceremony on Jan. 24. The three players will move on to play at four-year schools next fall. Submitted photo

Community scoreboard — Feb. 5, 2020

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Men’s Club, Strike 3, Jan. 29 First flight — Gross: 1. Glenn Songer, 2; 2. Robert Mares, 3; Net:… Continue reading

  • Feb 5, 2020
Kalli Wiker, Melissa Porter, and Hope Glasser (left to right) celebrate after the final buzzer of the Sequim Wolves’ 60-52 win over the Kings Knights on Jan. 29.

Girls basketball: Wolves earn two commanding wins

Wiker ties 3-point record again, Julmist returns for two stellar team performances

Kalli Wiker, Melissa Porter, and Hope Glasser (left to right) celebrate after the final buzzer of the Sequim Wolves’ 60-52 win over the Kings Knights on Jan. 29.
Players and coaches for the co-ed team of The Law Office of Alan Millet storm the field during the Player Procession at Sequim Little League’s Opening Day in April 2019. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim Little League looks to grow in 2020

There seems to be some sort of pervasive belief, said Sequim resident Nick Simpson, that baseball as a viable youth sport in Sequim is dying.… Continue reading

Players and coaches for the co-ed team of The Law Office of Alan Millet storm the field during the Player Procession at Sequim Little League’s Opening Day in April 2019. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Wolf of the Week: Corinne Klinger

Team: SHS Bowling Head coach: Randy Perry Reason for selection: “Corinne had an excellent day at the district bowling tournament to qualify for the state… Continue reading

Faas Christiansen, pictured here wrestling against a Port Townsend grappler on Jan. 22, was Sequim’s lone winner in a double-dual league meet at Bremerton against North Mason and the host Knights. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Wrestling: Three Wolves place at Klahowya tourney

A trio of Sequim wrestlers earned spots on the podium at the 15-team Keigan Langholf Memorial Tournament at Klahowya Secondary School in Silverdale on Feb.… Continue reading

Faas Christiansen, pictured here wrestling against a Port Townsend grappler on Jan. 22, was Sequim’s lone winner in a double-dual league meet at Bremerton against North Mason and the host Knights. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Bowling: SHS sending 3 Wolves to districts

A trio of Wolves are headed to the West Central District tourney and two more are alternates following the Olympic League tourney in Silverdale on… Continue reading

Boys swimming: Wolves eclipse Eagles in final home meet

What winter break hangover? Sequim’s Wolves showed little sign of rustiness coming off a 34-day break from competition, routing a similar-sized Klahowya squad 90-59 on… Continue reading