Wolf of the Week: Alec Shingleton

Class: Senior

Team: SHS boys track & field

Head coach: Brad Moore

Reason for selection: “Alec took second in the 400, fifth in the 800 and third in the 4×400 relay to help the Sequim boys capture the 2A state championship for the first time in school history.”

Wolf of the Week is a partnership between Sequim High School and Castell Insurance to recognize local prep student-athletes and help raise funds for the SHS athletic department. For more information, contact James Castell at 360-683-9284 or see www.castellinsurance.com.

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