Decked out in their exclusive T-shirts, Sequim High’s “Wolves of the Week” enjoy a bit of frozen yogurt at Sweet Spot last week. The prep athletes from various Sequim sports received the honor through a partnership between Sequim High School and Castell Insurance that recognizes local prep student-athletes and helps raise funds for the SHS athletic department. This year’s Wolves of the Week include, by season and sport: Fall (2018) — Riley Cowan, football; Tayler Breckenridge, volleyball; Murray Bingham, cross country; Sonja Govertsen, swimming; Blake Wiker, tennis; Olivia Hare, soccer; Riley Pyeatt, cross country; Taig Wiker, football; Kalli Wiker, volleyball; Mia Coffman, swimming. Winter (2018-2019) — Jayla Julmist, basketball; Porter Funston, bowling; Nate Despain, basketball; Zachery Koch, wrestling; Liam Payne, swimming; Hope Glasser, basketball, Madison McKeown, bowling; Noah Eveland, wrestling; Michael Mattern-Hall, swimming; Kalli Wiker, basketball; Melissa Porter, basketball. (Spring 2019) — Darren Salazar, track and field; Ryan Tolberd, soccer; Eden Johnson, tennis; Johnnie Young, baseball; Paul Jacobsen, golf; LeeAnn Raney, fastpitch; Silas Thomas, baseball; Mathys Tanche, soccer; Jessica Dietzman and Kalli Wiker, tennis; Alec Shingleton, track and field. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Decked out in their exclusive T-shirts, Sequim High’s “Wolves of the Week” enjoy a bit of frozen yogurt at Sweet Spot last week. The prep athletes from various Sequim sports received the honor through a partnership between Sequim High School and Castell Insurance that recognizes local prep student-athletes and helps raise funds for the SHS athletic department. This year’s Wolves of the Week include, by season and sport: Fall (2018) — Riley Cowan, football; Tayler Breckenridge, volleyball; Murray Bingham, cross country; Sonja Govertsen, swimming; Blake Wiker, tennis; Olivia Hare, soccer; Riley Pyeatt, cross country; Taig Wiker, football; Kalli Wiker, volleyball; Mia Coffman, swimming. Winter (2018-2019) — Jayla Julmist, basketball; Porter Funston, bowling; Nate Despain, basketball; Zachery Koch, wrestling; Liam Payne, swimming; Hope Glasser, basketball, Madison McKeown, bowling; Noah Eveland, wrestling; Michael Mattern-Hall, swimming; Kalli Wiker, basketball; Melissa Porter, basketball. (Spring 2019) — Darren Salazar, track and field; Ryan Tolberd, soccer; Eden Johnson, tennis; Johnnie Young, baseball; Paul Jacobsen, golf; LeeAnn Raney, fastpitch; Silas Thomas, baseball; Mathys Tanche, soccer; Jessica Dietzman and Kalli Wiker, tennis; Alec Shingleton, track and field. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

PHOTO: Top SHS athletes celebrate Wolf of the Week honors

Decked out in their exclusive T-shirts, Sequim High’s “Wolves of the Week” enjoy a bit of frozen yogurt at Sweet Spot last week. The prep athletes from various Sequim sports received the honor through a partnership between Sequim High School and Castell Insurance that recognizes local prep student-athletes and helps raise funds for the SHS athletic department. This year’s Wolves of the Week include, by season and sport: Fall (2018) — Riley Cowan, football; Tayler Breckenridge, volleyball; Murray Bingham, cross country; Sonja Govertsen, swimming; Blake Wiker, tennis; Olivia Hare, soccer; Riley Pyeatt, cross country; Taig Wiker, football; Kalli Wiker, volleyball; Mia Coffman, swimming. Winter (2018-2019) — Jayla Julmist, basketball; Porter Funston, bowling; Nate Despain, basketball; Zachery Koch, wrestling; Liam Payne, swimming; Hope Glasser, basketball, Madison McKeown, bowling; Noah Eveland, wrestling; Michael Mattern-Hall, swimming; Kalli Wiker, basketball; Melissa Porter, basketball. (Spring 2019) — Darren Salazar, track and field; Ryan Tolberd, soccer; Eden Johnson, tennis; Johnnie Young, baseball; Paul Jacobsen, golf; LeeAnn Raney, fastpitch; Silas Thomas, baseball; Mathys Tanche, soccer; Jessica Dietzman and Kalli Wiker, tennis; Alec Shingleton, track and field. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

By Michael Dashiell

Sequim Gazette

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