The Sequim Grey Wolves senior softball team recently elected a new board of directors. The board oversees organized fostering, encouraging and promoting co-ed senior softball in the Sequim area which is open to all men 50 years and older, and women 45 years and older.
Priorities for the new board, group representatives said, are promoting good sportsmanship, maintaining a positive social atmosphere, continuous field improvements and outreach to prospective players.
The four elected and six appointed board members volunteer their time and energy in leading and overseeing the bi-weekly softball games in accordance with most of the rules established by Senior Softball USA with some added player safety measures.
Elected board members include: President John White; Vice President Lauren Scrafford; Secretary Annette Hanson and Treasurer Joel Hecht.
The outgoing president is David Unruh, after guiding the group through the recent pandemic and growth the past four years.
Active on the Olympic Peninsula for more than 15 years with a history of interleague play in Washington state and Victoria, B.C., the Grey Wolves meet Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 8:30 a.m. (weather permitting) for batting practice at Sequim’s Carrie Blake Community Park, 202 N. Blake Ave., with games starting around 9:45 a.m.
Interested players are encouraged to come out and sign up. Bats and gloves are provided.
All players of all skill levels are welcome to join.