Sports briefs — Dec. 1, 2021

Pyeatt makes all-state team

Sequim High senior Riley Pyeatt was named to the all-state cross-country girls team last week.

Pyeatt and Port Angeles’ Jack Gladfelter were named to the all-state team after having top-50 times in all classifications (1B-4A).

Pyeatt finished fifth in the 2A girls race held in Pasco on Nov. 6 with a time of 18 minutes, 50.0 seconds, good for 16th in the state among all prep girls.

Julmist hits hardwood at Master’s

Jayla Julmist, a 2021 Sequim high graduate and a mainstay in the middle for the Wolves’ basketball squad, is getting court time at The Master’s University in Santa Clarita, Calif.

Julmist, listed at 5-feet 11-inches, is averaging 3.5 points and 3.3 rebounds in four games through the Mustangs’ Nov. 23 win over Bethesda. In that game, Julmist scored a season-high six points and added two steals. She had a season-high six rebounds over Antelope Valley on Nov. 9.

The Mustangs are 7-0 and play at Ottawa University (Ariz.) on Dec. 2.

Wolves picked for All-Peninsula team

A quartet of players for Sequim High School’s girls soccer squad were named to the Peninsula Daily News’ 2021 All-Peninsula Girls Soccer Team this week.

They included forward Taryn Johnson, midfielders Hannah Wagner and Ivy Barret, and defender Kaia Lestage.

All four were also named to the All-Olympic League team.

Jamestown ‘glow’ race set for Saturday

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe 5k/10k Glow Run, the final event of the 2021 Run the Peninsula Series, starts at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4, with an expected 450 participants at the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Campus on an out-and-back course along the Olympic Discovery Trail.

There is still space available; register at Participants are required to wear a headlamp or some other type of lighting device. Proceeds from this event goes to several local organizations including the Peninsula Trails Coalition who build and maintain the trail.

Travelers in the area should be prepared to stop at a number of intersections along the trail — at Old Blyn Highway, Dawley Road, Schoolhouse Point Lane, Schindler Road and Barker Road — and be aware of runners on the road in limited visibility.

The event is put on by the Port Angeles Marathon Association, the same group that manages the North Olympic Discovery Marathon in June in Port Angeles. Title sponsors include the Sequim Gazette and the Peninsula Daily News; presenting sponsors Jamestown Family Healthcare and Olympic Medical Center.

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