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Friday, January 20, 2017

16 17 Boys Basketball Game 15 - North Kitsap 61, Sequim 44

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(Sequim) -- Zach Olmstead scored 16 points and Kai Warren added 12 as the North Kitsap Vikings beat the Sequim Wolves 61-44 Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.

The Poulsbo visitors improved their Olympic League 2A Division record to 8-0 and 14-2 overall.

Sequim dropped to 2-13 overall and 0-9 in league play.

The Wolves kept things close in the first half, trailing 12-9 at the first quarter and tying the game at 16 and 22 in the second period.

North Kitsap led 28-22 at halftime, but pressured 10 third quarter Sequim turnovers, extending the advantage to 45-31 going to the final period.

Kyler Rollness, Nate Despain and Devin Greenlow shared team-high honors for the Wolves with 10 markers apiece.

Kainen Warren and Kolten Mahitka paced the Vikings with 9 tallies each.

Sequim's Payton Glasser suffered a knee injury in the second quarter and did not play in the second half.

Scoring by Quarters:

NK -- 12 16 17 16 - 61
Seq - 09 13 09 13 - 44

Scoring Summary:

North Kitsap (61) -- Zach Olmstead 16, Kai Warren 12, Kainen Warren 9, Ryan Hecker 2, Jake Houghton 7, Peyton Kohnke, Shaa Humphrey, Caymin DiPino 3, Kolten Mahitka 9, Kobe McMillian 3.

Sequim (44) -- Kyler Rollness 10, Nate Despain 10, Payton Glasser 7, Cole Williams 4, Devin Greenlow 10, Matt Willis, Keeshawn Whitney, Konnor Parrish 3, Riley Cowan.

Junior Varsity: North Kitsap 77, Sequim 41

C Team: North Kitsap 43, Sequim 41

Sequim boys host North Kitsap tonight

The Sequim boys basketball team continues the second half of the Olympic League 2A schedule tonight when the North Kitsap Vikings visit Rick Kaps Gym.

Sequim is winless in league action (0-8 and 2-12 overall), while North Kitsap (7-0 in league, 13-2 overall) is the number one team in the Olympic League 2A standings and ranked 8th in the State 2A boys basketball poll.

Newsradio KONP and Sequimsports.com will team up once again for a live online broadcast of tonight's Sequim - North Kitsap game.

It will be Dan Kari's 300th broadcast as Voice of the Sequim Wolves.

Pregame coverage begins at approximately 6:40 with the tipoff at 7 p.m. tonight.

Click the Listen Live link below the Wolves logo here at sequimsports.com or the Sequim Wolves logo at www.konp.com.

The audio link will be active one hour prior to game time.


Friday, January 13, 2017

2016-17 Boys Basketball game 13 - Bremerton 52, Sequim 42

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(Sequim) -- Desmond Moore scored 21 points leading the Bremerton Knights to a 52-42 Olympic League 2A Division win against the Sequim Wolves Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.

The Wolves (2-11 overall and 0-7 in league play) had a 13-9 led after one quarter and were ahead 21-19 at halftime.

But the Knights (5-9 overall and 3-4 in league play) asserted themselves in the third quarter, outscoring Sequim 15-10 and went to the final period up 34-31.

Payton Glasser led Sequim with 17 points, but missed 9 of his 15 free throws in the contest.

The Wolves were a collective 9-of-20 from the charity stripe, while Bremerton cashed in on 12-of-19.

Bremerton's Moore was 8-for-9 from the free throw line, including 4-for-4 in the final period.

Harold McMichael dropped in 9 for the Knights and Dionate Madison added 6.

Nate Despain paced Sequim with 8 and Konnor Parrish had 6.

The Wolves host Olympic Tuesday.

Scoring by Quarters:

Bre - 09 10 15 18 -- 52
Seq - 13 08 10 11 -- 42

Scoring Summary:

Bremerton (52) -- Philip Grant, Harold McMichael 9, Trever Herring 2, Japrea Pedesclaux 3, Domonic Baker 2, Jeremiah Petty, Desmond Moore 21, Richard Bios 2, 
M-Red Miochy, Diontae Madison 6, Jahkobe Sanders 2.

Sequim (42) -- Kyler Rollness 2, Nate Despain 8, Payton Glasser 17, Cole Williams 2, Devin Greenlow 2, Matt Willis, Keeshawn Whitney 5, Konnor Parrish 6, Riley Cowan.

Junior Varsity: Bremerton 48, Sequim 41.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Sequim boys basketball hosts Bremerton Friday

The Sequim boys basketball team begins the second half of the Olympic League 2A schedule Friday night when the Bremerton Knights visit Rick Kaps Gym.

Sequim is winless in league action (0-6 and 2-10 overall), but the Wolves were competitive in all but one of their first six tilts with circuit opponents.

Bremerton (2-4 in league, 4-9 overall) beat Sequim 63-46 on December 7th after the Knights fought back from a large first-half deficit to take the win from the Wolves.

Newsradio KONP and Sequimsports.com will team up once again for a live online broadcast of Friday night's Sequim - Bremerton game.

Pregame coverage begins at approximately 6:40 with the tipoff at 7 p.m. Friday.

Click the Listen Live link below the Wolves logo here at sequimsports.com or the Sequim Wolves logo at www.konp.com.

The audio link will be active one hour prior to game time.




Saturday, January 7, 2017

16 17 Boys Basketball Game 11 - North Mason 61, Sequim 47

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(Belfair) -- The North Mason Bulldogs pushed the Sequim boys into the cellar of the Olympic League 2A Division with a 61-47 win over the Wolves.

With the exception of a 4-4 tie, North Mason (5-6 overall and 1-5 in league play) led all the way Friday.

The Bulldogs had a 10-0 run to lead 14-4 after one quarter.

In the second period, Sequim closed within two at 20-18 on a Riley Cowan triple with 2:25 left, but North Mason pulled away to a seven point lead at intermission - 25-18.

Challenged physically after playing three games in five nights, Sequim wilted in the third quarter and was outscored 18-2 by the Bulldogs, who went to the final frame ahead 43-20.

Trey Fisher came alive after halftime with a pair of triples, finishing with 11.

Sequim scrapped in the fourth quarter, outpointing North Mason 27-19 as Nate Despain bombed in 18 final period markers on 4 triples.

North Mason's Jonah Ness tallied on 10 of his 16 points in the last 8 minutes.

Kevin Burrell-Briggs paced the Bulldogs with 12 tallies.

Despain led the Wolves with 22, while Payton Glasser had 13 and Cole Williams added 6.

Sequim visits Coupeville Tuesday for a non-leaguer.

Scoring by Quarters:

Seq  - 04 12 02 27 -- 47
N.M. - 14 11 18 18 -- 61

Scoring Summary:

Sequim (47) -- Kyler Rollness, Nate Despain 22, Payton Glasser 13, Cole Williams 6, Jon Stipe, Devin Greenlow 3, Matt Willis, Keeshawn Whitney, Konnor Parrish, Riley Cowan 3.

North Mason (61) -- Brice Solis 13, Trey Fisher 11, Kevin Burrell-Briggs 12, Ryan Pearson 3, Jonah Ness 16, Austin Williams 2, Tanner Coldiron, Austin Knight, Jeremy Carnahan 2, Troy McCormick, Malik Freeman 2.

Junior Varsity: North Mason 44, Sequim 37

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Sequim boys hoops from North Mason Friday!

The Sequim Wolves boys basketball team travels to Belfair to play the North Mason Bulldogs Friday night.

Sequim (0-5 in Olympic League 2A Division play and 2-8 overall) and North Mason (4-6 overall and 0-5 in league) are winless in league and the winner will get a boost into the second half of the season.

Sequim lost to Neah Bay 55-51 Wednesday and Port Angeles 48-32 Tuesday.

Sequimsports.com and KONP will team up for Dan Kari's live Internet streamcast beginning at 6:40 tonight with the tipoff from Belfair at 7:00

Click the Listen Live link under the Wolves logo in the right column.

The audio player will be active one hour prior to tipoff.


Tuesday, December 20, 2016

16 17 Boys Basketball Game 7 - Centralia 60, Sequim 45

(Sequim) -- Shooting guard Hodges Bailey scored 18 points and center Nick Edwards added 12 as the Centralia Tigers beat the Sequim Wolves 60-45 in a non-leaguer Tuesday.

Coach Ron Brown's Tigers ran their season record to 4-1 after opening up a close game in the final period.

Sequim point guard Nate Despain scored all 8 of his points in the opening stanza, when the Wolves trailed 17-16 at the first buzzer.

The Tigers led by 6 at halftime 33-27 as Tyler Ashmore knocked down 3 first half triples in an 11-point effort.

Centralia had a 43-36 lead after three periods.

Bailey, who came into the game averaging more than 30 points a contest, was held to 7 first-half markers by Sequim, but was able to push the ball to the hoop on dribble drives in the final period to help Centralia put the game away.

The Tigers also pounded the ball inside to center Nick Edwards in the last 8 minutes, when he scored 8 of his 12 markers.

Riley Cowan and Payton Glasser shared team-high scoring honors with 12 tallies each for Sequim. 

The Wolves fell to 1-6 on the campaign.

Centralia plays at Port Angeles Wednesday afternoon.

Sequim visits the Northwest School in Seattle for a two day tournament next week, playing Archbishop Murphy next Wednesday at 5:15.

Scoring by Quarters:

Cen - 17 16 10 17 -- 60 
Seq - 16 11 09 07 -- 45

Scoring Summary:

Centralia (60) -- Connor Wasson, Isaiah Trevino 2, Maninderjit Singh 2, Kolby Baird, Layne Pertzborn 9, Hodges Bailey 18, Tyler Ashmore 11, Cale Shute 6, Jackson Grimm, Nick Edwards 12.

Sequim (45) -- Kyler Rollness 5, Nate Despain 8, Payton Glasser 12, Cole Williams, Jon Stipe, Devin Greenlow 2, Matt Willis 2, Keeshawn Whitney 4, Konner Parrish, Cameron Welcher, Riley Cowan 12.

Turnovers: Sequim 14, Centralia 11.


Friday, December 16, 2016

16 17 Boys Basketball Game 6 - Kingston 67, Sequim 28

(Sequim) -- The Kingston Buccaneers plundered and pillaged Rick Kaps Gym Friday night on the way to a 
67-28 victory over the Sequim Wolves.

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The Olympic League 2A boys basketball victory kept the Bucs unbeaten at 5-0 and 4-0 in circuit action, while Sequim fell to 1-5 overall and 0-4 in league play.

Kingston's tight man-to-man defense gave the Wolves fits throughout the evening as Sequim failed to reach double-digit scoring in every quarter.

The Bucs led 40-16 at intermission and 56-20 after three quarters.

In the final period, Kingston took a 40-point lead and the game was played with a running clock.

Liam Young fired in 12 of his 21 points in the first frame for Kingston as the Bucs jumped out to a 21-8 lead.

Gabe Gregory paced Kingston with 13 markers, while Isaac Anderson had 9 and Connor Friedel added 8 tallies.

Payton Glasser led the Sequim effort with 22 points.

The Wolves will entertain the Centralia Tigers in a non-leaguer Tuesday at Rick Kaps Gym.

Scoring by Quarters:

King - 21 19 16 11 -- 67
Seq -- 08 08 04 08 -- 28

Scoring Summary:

Kingston (67) -- Isaiah Calloway 2, Kainoa Saffery 3, Connor Friedel 8, Popeh Chiquiti, Andrew Shaw 5, Isaac Anderson 9, Gabe Gregory 13, Brett Spencer 6, Liam Young 21.

Sequim (28) -- Kyler Rollness 3, Payton Glasser 22, Cole Williams 2, Keeshawn Whitney 1, Jon Stipe, Devin Greenlow, Matt Willis, Konner Parrish, Cameron Welcher, Riley Cowan.

Junior Varsity: Kingston 49, Sequim 47.

Live Sequim boys basketball here tonight!

The Sequim Wolves boys basketball team will host the Kingston Buccaneers tonight in Olympic League 2A play.

Sequim is 1-4 overall and 0-3 in league action, while Kingston is undefeated at 4-0 and 3-0 in circuit action.

Live coverage with Newsradio KONP's Dan Kari will originate tonight from Rick Kaps Gym here at sequimsports.com

Click the Listen Live link for the audio streamcast here (in the right column below the Wolves logo) beginning at 6:45 for pregame coverage and 7:00 for the tipoff.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

New Sequim Football Record Book available here


SequimSports.com has compiled a record book for Sequim High Wolves football from 2003 through 2016.

We used statistics available from Maxpreps.com and filled in some missing games through the years from our own statistics and game stories and thanks to Mike Dashiell from the Sequim Gazette for numbers from the 2003 season.

UPDATED: December 16, 2016 - We have researched the 1978 Sequim 8-1 football season to obtain the numbers of Tony Shea, the first 1000 yard rusher in Sequim history.   Mike Knotek was the previous record holder with 800 yards in 1977.   Receiver JD Angiuli was the first Sequim Wolves player to catch 3 TD passes in a 1978 game against the Liberty Patriots.

Please enjoy this free download of 28 pages of records and facts for your reading pleasure with our compliments.

Sequim Wolves football 2003-16 -- Career, Season and Game Records



Sunday, November 6, 2016

2016 Football Game 10 - Eatonville 59, Sequim 42

Eatonville ends Sequim season in shootout 59-42


November 6th, 2016 - 01:00 am





(Silverdale) -- A gridiron shootout at Silverdale Stadium featuring 8 lead changes, pivoted on 3 Sequim turnovers in the final quarter, as the Eatonville Cruisers outscored the Wolves 59-42 Saturday night.

The district playoff loss ends the Sequim football season with a 7-3 overall record, while the 8-2 Cruisers will travel to Eastern Washington next weekend to play Ellensburg in the state 2A playoffs.

On a rainy night in Kitsap County, the Wolves kept pace with the high-scoring Cruisers for the first 35 minutes, with Sequim leading 42-38 after Gavin Velarde scored his third touchdown of the night on a 24-yard touchdown pass from Riley Cowan with 1:14 to go in the third period.

Cowan connected on 12 of his 24 passes for 192 yards and 4 touchdowns, but was intercepted twice in the final period.

The Cruisers marched 82 yards in 5 plays, with catches by 4 different receivers and took the lead for good 45-42 after quarterback Triston Graf found Ryan Antonson for a 29-yard scoring strike with :22 seconds left in the third frame.

Graf completed 30 of his 42 passes for 428 yards and 4 touchdowns with 1 interception.

Sequim quarterback Riley Cowan found fellow sophomore Kyler Rollness on a crossing pattern for a 20-yard gain, but Rollness fumbled the ball to the Cruisers at midfield with 11:50 remaining in the contest.

Four snaps later, Graf found Ray Springer open for a 29-yard touchdown pass and Eatonville had some breathing room at 52-42 with 10:10 to go.

Springer had a game-high 10 catches for 119 yards and a score.

On the next scrimmage play, Ryan Antonson intercepted Cowan at the Wolves 43, leading to a bizarre Eatonville drive that featured 8 Cruiser penalties for 65 yards (3 holding, 3 illegal procedures, a delay of game and a personal foul for helmet contact).

Eatonville overcame the miscues, turning in a 10-play, 43-yard drive, while burning 5:27 off the fourth quarter clock, boosting its lead to 59-42 with 4:27 remaining on running back Derek Brown's 4-yard scoring run.

Brown carried 17 times for 43 yards and 3 Cruiser touchdowns.

In desperation mode, down by 17 points, Cowan was intercepted by Brooks Moeller at midfield and Eatonville ran off the final 4:09 on the way to victory.

Shootout starts with early scores

Eatonville opened the game with a 9-play, 65-yard drive that took just 2:41 to complete on an 8-yard Triston Graf pass to Justin Brandt.

Justin Moeller's two-point conversion run made it 8-0 Cruisers with 9:19 left in the first quarter.

A 29-yard kickoff return by Gavin Velarde started Sequim at the Eatonville 46.

Three plays later, Velarde caught a Cowan pass on the right side of the Cruisers' defense and slipped away for a 36-yard TD reception.

Cowan's kick closed the gap to 8-7 with 8:39 left in the opening stanza.

Velarde takes an interception to the House

After 2 unsuccessful drives by each squad, Eatonville appeared to be on the way to extending its advantage with a drive deep into Sequim territory.

Graf overthrew a receiver in the center of the field at the Sequim 5 and the ball was intercepted by Velarde at the 1.

The speedy Velarde angled to the left sideline as the crowd collectively inhaled, then roared when he stepped out of a tackle at the Sequim 40 and cruised the rest of the way for a 99-yard Pick-6, his second of the 2016 campaign.

Sequim led 14-8 after the PAT with 1:38 remaining in the first quarter.

Lead ping-pongs in 2nd quarter

Eatonville drove 80 yards in 10 plays, highlighted by a 26-yard pass from Graf to Zarak Scruggs that put the Cruisers at the Sequim 1.

Derek Brown scored on the next snap and Eatonville was back in front 16-14 with 8:11 left in the first half.

Sequim began to have success in the running game, using a quad-receiver set as Velarde and Tyler Conn took turns gashing the Eatonville defense.

Cowan found Cody Bell open along the left sideline after 8 consecutive running plays and the combo resulted in a 22-yard touchdown pass that put the Wolves back ahead 21-16 with 3:20 before intermission.

Eatonville was back in scoring territory after a 38-yard kickoff return by Justin Brandt and Scruggs went 38-yards for a TD on a counter play to bounce the Cruisers ahead 23-21, just 12 seconds after Sequim's touchdown.

Sequim couldn't answer and the Cruisers went to the air for 7 completions to extend their advantage before halftime.

Graf hit Brooks Moeller on an 18-yard slant with :47 seconds left to send Eatonville to the locker room ahead 30-21.

3rd quarter rally for Sequim

The energized Wolves had touchdown drives on their opening 2 possessions of the second half.

Tyler Conn hit pay dirt from 8 yards with 9:38 left in the third period to draw Sequim within a point at 30-29.

Conn had game-high rushing honors with 127 yards on 20 carries.

Sequim got the ball back and Conn ripped off a 28-yard run to the Eatonville 23.

The Wolves regained the lead when Cowan found Kyler Rollness dragging across the left side of the end zone with 6:56 to go in the third frame.

A two-point conversion failed, leaving Sequim ahead 35-30.

Eatonville drove 65 yards in 7 plays to take another lead after a Brown 1-yard plunge, 38-35 with 4:12 left on the third quarter clock.

Game Notes:

The game marked the final prep football appearance for 17 Sequim seniors -- Riley Cosio, Curtis Gorr, Robert Beeson, Tyler Dean, Rudy Whitehead, Jesse Schleve, Devon Bird, James Thayer, Liam Lemon, Michael Larsen, Steve Nguyen, Mackenzie Stockdale, Josh Benson, Brendan Lauritzen, Beau Bernsten, Devin Greenlow and Logan Bennett.

Sequim senior cheerleaders at their final football game included Hannah D'Amico, Taylene Eldridge, Hilary Holtrop, Tatum Jensen, Danica Miller, Karla Najera and Emily Straling.

Velarde's 3 scores boosted his career count to 39 touchdowns.

Download 2016 final Sequim Football Statistics compiled by SequimSports.com 

Scoring by Quarters:

Eat - 08 22 15 14 -- 59

Seq - 14 07 21 00 -- 42

Scoring Summary:

1st Quarter:

Eat - Justin Brandt 8 yd pass from Triston Graf (Brooks Moeller run) 9:19 (8-0 Eat)

Seq - Gavin Velarde 36 yd pass from Riley Cowan (Cowan kick) 8:39 (8-7 Eat)

Seq - Gavin Velarde 99 yd pass interception return (Cowan kick) 1:38 (14-8 Seq)

2nd Quarter:

Eat - Derek Brown 1 yd run (Brown from Brendon Morton pass) 8:11 (16-14 Eat)

Seq - Cody Bell 22 yd pass from Riley Cowan (Cowan kick) 3:20 (21-16 Seq)

Eat - Zarak Scruggs 38 yd run (Morton kick) 2:57 (23-21 Eat)

Eat - Brooks Moeller 11 yd pass from Triston Graf (Morton kick) (30-21 Eat)

3rd Quarter:

Seq - Tyler Conn 8 yd run (Conn run) 9:38 (30-29 Eat)

Seq - Kyler Rollness 18 yd pass from Riley Cowan (run failed) 6:56 (35-30 Seq)

Eat - Derek Brown 1 yd run (Graf run) 4:12 (38-35 Eat)

Seq - Gavin Velarde 24 yd pass from Riley Cowan (Cowan kick) 1:14 (42-38 Seq)

Eat - Ryan Antonson 29 yd pass from Triston Graf (Morton kick) :22 (45-42 Eat)

4th Quarter:

Eat - Ray Springer 29 yd pass from Triston Graf (Morton kick) 10:10 (52-42 Eat)

Eat - Derek Brown 4 yd run (Morton kick) 4:27 (59-42 Eat)

Individual Statistics:

Rushing:

Eat - Joe Bridges 11-43, Triston Graf 11-68, Zarak Scruggs 2-47-1TD, Derek Brown 17-43-3TD.

Seq - Riley Cowan 5-5, Gavin Velarde 3-28, Tyler Conn 20-127-1TD.

Passing:

Eat - Triston Graf 30-42-428-4TD-1INT.

Seq - Riley Cowan 12-24-192-4TD-2INT.

Receiving:

Eat - Zarak Scruggs 4-92, Ray Springer 10-119-1TD, Justin Brandt 7-72-1TD, Ryan Antonson 3-43-1TD, Brooks Moeller 6-102-1TD.

Seq - Kyler Rollness 4-58-1TD, Curtis Gorr 1-8, Gavin Velarde 5-100-2TD, Cody Bell 2-26-1TD.

Team Statistics:

Rushing:

Eat - 41-201-4TD.

Seq - 28-160-1TD.

Passing:

Eat - 30-42-428-4TD-1INT.

Seq - 12-24-192-4TD-2INT.

Total Yards:

Eat - 83-629 (7.6 avg)

Seq - 52-352 (6.8 avg)

Penalties:

Eat - 14-125

Seq - 4-31

Had Intercepted:

Eat - 1

Seq - 2

Fumbles Lost:

Eat - 1

Seq - 2

Turnovers:

Eat - 2

Seq - 4