Six Sequim players — including sister McKenna (23) and Kendall () Hastings, were named to the all-Olympic League team following a 10-win season. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Six Sequim players — including sister McKenna (23) and Kendall () Hastings, were named to the all-Olympic League team following a 10-win season. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Six SHS volleyball players named to all-Olympic League list

Sequim’s volleyball squad saw a six-win improvement over last year’s team and saw a half-dozen players — five seniors and a sophomore — earn postseason kudos for their efforts.

Senior setter Kalli Wiker and senior outside hitter Amanda Weller joined soph Kendall Hastings on the all-league first team squad for Sequim (10-3).

Wiker led the Wolves with 300 assists and was second in the team in serving percentage (.945) and 38 aces.

Weller had a team-high 47 aces and wwas third on the team in kills (52).

Kendall Hastings led the team in kills (163) and blocks (29).

Earning spots on the all-Olympic League second team were seniors Jessica Asselin, a defensive specialist, McKenna Hastings, and outside hitter, and middle hitter Jayla Julmist.

Asselin had 59 digs and added four aces from her libero position.

McKenna Hastings led the team with a .979 serving percentage and didn’t miss a serve in her final seven games. She also had 101 digs, second on the team.

Julmist had 56 kills and 11 blocks, both second on the team, playing in a little more than half the season (seven of 13 games).

Sequim high senior Kalli Wiker was named to the all-Olympic League first team. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim high senior Kalli Wiker was named to the all-Olympic League first team. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

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