Sequim FC sets indoor soccer season
Sign-ups are now open for Sequim FC Soccer’s Indoor Adult League, with games starting in January.
Wednesdays feature an adult competitive league while Sundays have youth and adult sessions, with scrimmage-style play.
Because of facility availability issues, times and indoor locations are subject to change.
The league is hosted by Sequim FC and Sequim Junior Soccer.
For more information or to register, go to www.sequimjuniorsoccer.com.
SHS bowlers fall to Klahowya
Sequim High’s bowling squad set its best marks for the season but still fell to a state-caliber team last week, dropping a 7-0 decision versus Klahowya on Nov. 26
Klahowya’s Eagles won in regular games 802-581 and 731-532, and in Baker-format games 156-110 and 139-125.
The regular game scores were Sequim’s best for the season,and Baker games were second- and third-best for the campaign.
Trinity Henderson had a team-best 268-pin series, including a 146 in her opening game — a season-best for the junior.
Sophomore Madison McKeown added a 141-pin first game, while she and Madisen Grider had 116-pin second games.
The Wolves (0-5) get a rematch with the Eagles this week as they host Klahowya on Dec. 5 in Port Angeles.
Sequim is at North Mason on Dec. 10, hosts Olympic on Dec. 12 and is at Olympic on Dec. 17 prior to the school’s winter break.
PC’s Hughes gets NWAC’s Coach of Year honor
In only his third year as the men’s head coach at Peninsula College, Jake Hughes has reached the pinnacle of the Northwest Athletic Conference in more ways than one. A week after leading his Pirates to the NWAC championship, Hughes was also named the NWAC coach of the year in a vote of coaches from around the league.
Hughes, who was a player on the 2010 NWAC-champion Pirates’ squad, led Peninsula to an 18-1-2 record this season and a North Division title in addition to the NWAC title. He has a 41-10-8 record overall.
“Though it’s an individual award, I think it’s an award that goes to the whole team and program,” Hughes said. “It’s really cool. It’s really a recognition of a successful program and team.”