Sequim ranks 17th in Scholastic Cup

  • Friday, March 21, 2014 4:03pm
  • Sports

Hitting the books doesn’t just earn good grades.

Sequim High School got a big boost from the academic efforts of its student-athletes during winter quarter in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association-sponsored Scholastic Cup competition, getting 100 points from its academic state champion jazz band and top classroom efforts from its choir, boys swim team and girls bowling team.

More than two-thirds of Sequim’s 270 Scholastic Cup points are from the academic realm, placing the Wolves 17th among the 52 participating 2A schools.

The Wolves are easily the top-performing 2A school in the Olympic League, ahead of Klahowya (100 points, 31st overall), Port Townsend (80, 35th), North Mason (70, 38th) and Kingston (20, 49th).

For more details about the Scholastic Cup or how other teams across the state are faring, see www.wiaa.com/scholasticcup/

scholasticcup.asp.

Sequim High’s Scholastic Cup points

(end of winter quarter)

Activity Type Place Points

Band Academic 1st 100

Bowling Academic 4th 40

Choir Academic 5th 40

Boys swim/dive Academic 7th 30

Girls cross country Athletic 9th 30

Football Athletic 16th 20

Boys cross country Athletic 16th 10

Total 270

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