Sequim falls to Olympic in playoff tiebreaker

The Wolves missed out on a chance for the postseason and saw their season end in a 60-47 tiebreaker loss to Olympic on Feb. 11 in Kingston — their second loss to the Trojans in four days.

Isaiah Moore led Sequim (6-14) with 10 points, but the Wolves dropped four of their final six league games to wind up in a three-way tie with Olympic and Kingston for fourth place in the Olympic League, forcing a three-team tiebreaker.

Jayden Possin added seven points while Zach Thompson and Keenan Green had six each for Sequim.

Ashton Trottman led Olympic with 13 points.

It was the final contest for Sequim seniors Possin, Tyler Mooney, Kristian Mingoy, Pryce Glasser, Adrian Brown and Duke Anderson.

“I’ve had the opportunity to watch and coach this senior group for many years,” coach Greg Glasser said of a group that includes his son, Pryce.

“And to see the young men they’ve become fills my heart. I am thankful for each of our seniors and blessed for the impact they have made on our program and me personally.”

Sequim wound up in the tiebreaker after dropping a key game to Olympic on Feb. 8, but were rescued from elimination a day later when Bremerton topped Kingston.

In that Feb. 8 game, Olympic’s Trottman scored 18 of his game-high 32 points in the fourth quarter as Olympic broke open a 30-30 tie after three quarters.

Green led the Wolves with 11 points. Glasser added seven points while Mooney and Cody Smithson had six points each.