Wednesday, December 29, 2010

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 11 - Sequim 71, Orting 52

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 71, Orting 52

December 29th, 2010 - 6:51pm
(Port Townsend) -- Corbin Webb scored 21 points and Jayson Brocklesby chipped in 11 as the Sequim Wolves beat the Orting Cardinals 71-52 at the Crush in the Slush basketball tournament in Port Townsend Wednesday.
It was a nip and tuck start with a tie and 4 lead changes in the opening minutes before Sequim took control with a 16-7 run and had a 25-12 first period advantage.
The 2A Wolves extended their lead to 49-24 at halftime over the 1A Cardinals.
Orting (1-6) got 12 points from Breland Fox and Evan Chandler added 10.
Gabe Carter had 9 points for Sequim while Nick Camporini and Dylan Eekoff contributed 7 points apiece.
The Wolves led by as many as 25 points in the second half.
Sequim (9-2) will be idle until Tuesday, January 4th, when Kingston visits Rick Kaps Gym.

Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 25 24 9 13 -- 71
Ort - 12 12 14 14 -- 52

Sequim (71) -- Evan Hill 7, Kenny Meier 5, Gabe Carter 9, Corbin Webb 21, Jayson Brocklesby 11, Tim Guan 3, Ryan Pinza, Nick Camporini 7, Dylan Eekoff 7, Anthony Pinza 1.
Orting (52) -- Jayson Yoro, Corey Como 2, Breland Fox 12, Isaac Lewis 5, Cody Cowan 2, Matt Pennock 2, Saul Rios 9, Evan Chandler 10, Jordan Harvell 2, Josh Teuteu, Joaquin Moreno 8.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 10 - Eatonville 58, Sequim 51

PREP BASKETBALL: Eatonville ends Sequim boys win streak

December 28th, 2010 - 8:46pm
(Port Townsend) -- Josh Bennett scored 16 points and Erik Swartout added 15 as the Eatonville Cruisers stopped the Sequim Wolves 58-51 Tuesday at Port Townsend's Crush in the Slush tournament.
The Wolves struggled to shake off the rust of an 11-day holiday layoff and trailed 9-0 before hitting the scoreboard with 3:27 left in the opening quarter.
Eatonville led 17-10 at the first break and 30-20 at intermission.
Sequim got back into the contest with a 14-5 run in the third quarter, highlighted by a pair of triples from Gabe Carter and Nick Camporini, both finishing the game with 12 points.
The Wolves went to the final period trailing by three at 44-41.
Corbin Webb, who returned to the Sequim lineup after a bout with mononucleosis, swished a trey with 4:35 to go, pulling the Wolves to within a point at 49-48.
Webb had a team-high 12 points.
After another Sequim basket cut the Cruisers' lead to 52-51 with 2:40 left, Eatonville held the Wolves scoreless for the remainder of the contest.
The loss ended Sequim's seven-game winning streak as the Wolves fell to 8-2 on the season.
Eatonville improved to 5-2 for the campaign.
Sequim will play the Orting Cardinals in day two of the Crush in the Slush tourney Wednesday at 10:45 a.m.
Eatonville meets Port Townsend at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Scoring by Quarters:
Eat - 17 13 14 14 - 58
Seq - 10 10 21 10 - 51

Eatonville (58) -- Josh Bennett 16, Dalton Hancock 10, Erik Swartout 15, Eric Mead 4, Caleb Schmidt 2, Zach Fairhart, Jesse Waddles 4.
Sequim (51) -- Evan Hill 3, Kenny Meier 2, Gabe Carter 12, Corbin Webb 13, Jayson Brocklesby 9, Tim Guan, Nick Camporini 12.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 9 - Sequim 57, North Kitsap 45

Sequim 57, North Kitsap 45

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(Sequim) -- Another sweep for the Sequim Wolves cagers as the Wolves boys and girls downed North Kitsap Friday night,  both teams taking their seventh consecutive victory.

The Sequim boys beat the Vikings 57-45 at Rick Kaps Gym and the Lady Wolves squeaked by NK 50-48 in Poulsbo.

The boys got out to another quick start, ahead of North 9-0 before the Vikings finally
scored 6 minutes and 35 seconds into the contest.

Sequim (8-1, 5-1 in Olympic League play) had a 15-6 first quarter lead.

The Wolves had an 18-10 advantage in the second period, up by 17 at halftime, 33-16.

North managed to chop the deficit to 12 halfway through the third quarter, but Sequim
got break opportunities that led to layups by Jason Brocklesby that put Sequim ahead 44-26 going to the final period.

Brocklesby had game-high honors with 19 points and Gabe Carter chipped in 16.

Nick Camporini and Evan Hill paced the Wolves with 8.
North (0-7, 0-4 in Olympic League play) got some fourth quarter triples from Paolo 

DeGuzman and TJ Reitan, but got no closer than 10 the rest of the way.
Reitan led the Vikings with 17 and DeGuzman added 10.

Scoring by Quarters: 

NK   6 10 10 19 - 45
Seq 15 18 11 13 - 57

North Kitsap (45) -- Will Nguyen 6, Justin Straight 2, Sebastian Ford 2, Danny Mitchell 2, Kendall Gill, Paolo DeGuzman 10, Nate Roberts, Andrew Urquhart 4, Trevor Waller 2, TJ Reitan 17.

Sequim (57) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 8, Kenny Meier 1, Gabe Carter 16, Jayson Brocklesby 19, Tim Guan 3, Ryan Pinza, Nick Camporini 8, Dylan Eekoff 2.

JV: NK 46, Sequim 33.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 8 - Sequim 58, Klahowya 54

Sequim 58, Klahowya 54

December 16th, 2010 - 2:46am
(Silverdale) -- The Sequim boys basketball team survived a fourth quarter comeback from the Klahowya Eagles and held on for a 58-54 Olympic League victory Wednesday.
The Wolves led by 18 in the opening moments of the final period before the Eagles' Derris Davis connected on a pair of treys, cutting the deficit to 45-33 with 5:37 to go.
Klahowya gradually closed the gap until Davis hit another triple making it 56-54 with 5 seconds left.
Sequim sophomore Gabe Carter hit two free throws with 2 seconds to go to ice the Wolves' sixth straight win.
Carter had a team-high 20 for Sequim and Nick Camporini added 12.
Klahowya (3-3, 2-2 in Olympic League play) outscored Sequim 27-15 in the final quarter, hitting 6 shots from beyond the arc.
The Eagles' Davis had the game-high honors with 23 and Clark Rose chipped in 21.
Jayson Brocklesby paced Sequim with 9 points and Evan Hill had 8.
Meantime, the Lady Wolves beat Klahowya 55-44 at Rick Kaps Gym, winning for the sixth consecutive game.
Sequim (7-1, 4-1 in Olympic League play) will meet the North Kitsap Vikings Friday.
The Lady Wolves will visit Poulsbo and the North Kitsap boys will invade Rick Kaps Gym.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 13 16 14 15 - 58
Kla - 10 11 6 27 - 54
Sequim (58) - Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 8, Kenny Meier 9, Gabe Carter 20, Jayson Brocklesby 9, Tim Guan, Nick Camporini 12.
Klahowya (54) - Jacob Sheets, Carlos Vallejo 2, Chris Smith 8, Derris Davis 23, Marc Barbosa, Lennie Hartford, Brad Harstad, Clark Rose 21, Mitchell Flowers.
JV: Klahowya 42, Sequim 38.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

10 11 Boys and Girls Basketball vs. St. Luke's of Sydney, Australia

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim girls and boys beat Australian travel teams

December 15th, 2010 - 1:13am

(Sequim) -- The Sequim boys and girls basketball teams swept a non-league international doubleheader with an Australian travel team Tuesday at Rick Kaps Gym.
St. Luke's Grammar School from Sydney's North Beaches dropped a 53-34 to the Lady Wolves and a 65-52 decision to the Sequim boys.
It was the fifth straight win for both Sequim squads.
In the girls game, Sequim's Lea Hopson scored 16, Haleigh Harrison had 15 and Rylleigh Zbaraschuk added 10.
Sequim's full court press forced St. Luke's into turnovers that led the Wolves to a 20-10 first quarter advantage and a 32-20 lead at intermission.
The Lady Wolves coasted in the second half, leading by 20 in the third period.
Mikaela Turik topped the St. Luke's scoring with 17 points.
In the boys game, Sequim raced out to a 22-12 first quarter lead with Jayson Brocklesby connecting on 8 of his 18 points.
St. Luke's tightened the contest by outscoring the Wolves 16-11 in the second stanza.
Sequim went to intermission leading 33-28.
St. Luke's William Taylor scored 12 of his team-high 22 points in the third quarter as the Aussies tied the game at 35.
But Sequim's Nick Camporini nailed a pair of triples as the Wolves pulled away 53-42 going to the final period.
Camporini finished as the game-high scorer with 24.
Corbin Webb added 11 for Sequim and Gabe Carter had 10.
Mitchell Cullen paced St. Luke's with 18.
Sequim plays Klahowya in Olympic League play Wednesday, the Lady Wolves hosting the Eagles at Rick Kaps Gym and the boys game in Kitsap County.

Scoring by Quarters:
STL - 10 10 10 4 - 34
Seq - 20 12 14 7 - 53

St. Luke's (34) -- Mikaela Turik 17, Georgia Morgan, Gemma Woolley, Laura Thrum, Emma-Louise Edgely 4, Jessica Cullen 5, Isabel Marynissen 8, Sasha Radan, Sarah Dado.
Sequim (53) -- Taylor Balkan 6, Columbia Haupt 2, Lea Hopson 16, Haleigh Harrison 15, Melanie Guan, Madison Hamer, Demiree Briones 2, Alexis Besand 2, Rylleigh Zbaraschuk 10.

Scoring by Quarters:
STL - 12 16 14 10 - 52
Seq - 22 11 20 12 - 65

St. Luke's (52) -- Joshua Sandvoss, Sam Skinner 8, Mitchell Cullen 18, Benjamin Campbell 2, William Taylor 22, Jackson Bate, Aaron Oni 2.
Sequim (65) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill, Gabe Carter 10, Corbin Webb 11, Jayson Brocklesby 18, Tim Guan, Ryan Pinza 2, Nick Camporini 24, Dylan Eekoff.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 6 - Sequim 77, Bremerton 66

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 77, Bremerton 66

December 14th, 2010 - 2:18am
(Sequim) -- Sequim's boys basketball team got a combined 56 points from Corbin Webb, Nick Camporini and Gabe Carter Monday night as the Wolves beat Bremerton 77-66.
Knights sharpshooter Andre Coleman was the game-high scorer with 32 points and Marshall Stevens added 12 for Bremerton, which suffered its first Olympic League loss.
Sequim (5-1 overall, 3-1 in Olympic League) took advantage of aggressive Bremerton overplays on defense with numerous backdoor cuts to the basket for layups and led 17-13 at the first quarter break.
Camporini had 4 first-half triples and finished with 20.
Carter hit for 6 of his 11 points in the second quarter as the Wolves led 36-28 at intermission.
Webb connected for 10 of his 25 points in the third period and Sequim had a 57-46 advantage.
Bremerton (3-2 overall, 2-1 in Olympic League) could get no closer than 7 in the final quarter and the Wolves pulled ahead by as many as 14 in the closing minutes.
Meantime, the Sequim Girls (4-1) took their 4th straight victory, 41-37 at Bremerton.
Both the Sequim boys and girls will host a non-leaguer tomorrow night against an Australian travel team.

Scoring by Quarters:
Brem - 13 15 18 20 - 66
Seq - 17 19 21 20 - 77
Bremerton (66) -- Andrew Shadle 5, Michael Lawrence 10, Marshall Stevens 12, Andre Coleman 32, Virgo Banks 7, Isaiah Wesby, Tim Pounds, Shaq Jones.
Sequim (77) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 5, Kenny Meier 4, Gabe Carter 11, Corbin Webb 25, Jayson Brocklesby 7, Tim Guan 5, Ryan Pinza, Nick Camporini 20.

Friday, December 10, 2010

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 5 - Sequim 56, North Mason 48

Sequim 56, North Mason 48

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(Sequim) -- Sequim's Corbin Webb scored 17 points, while Nick Camporini and Kenny Meier added 10 points apiece as the Wolves beat the North Mason Bulldogs 56-48 Friday night.

Sequim improved to 2-1 in Olympic League play and 4-1 overall.

Sequim led 16-11 at the first quarter break and increased it 22-11 in the opening minutes of the second period.

North Mason climbed back into the game with inside moves from Kris Bishop and outside shots from A.J. Barker and Garrett Burley.

The Bulldogs took the lead 27-26 on a Bishop hoop with a minute to go before intermission.

Sequim's Nick Camporini put the Wolves up by 4 with two triples -- the last beating the halftime klaxon -- at 32-28.

The Wolves extended their lead to 11 in the third period, but the Bulldogs managed to cut it back to four at the end of the third quarter -- 42-38.

The Bulldogs cut the Sequim advantage to two points on three occasions in the fourth quarter, but the Wolves managed to preserve their victory, hitting 5 of 7 free throws in the period.

It was Coach Greg Glasser's first-ever win against the Bulldogs, breaking a string of 8 consecutive losses in the rivalry with North Mason.

North Mason is now 1-2 in Olympic League action and 2-3 overall.

Meantime, the Sequim girls won their third straight game Friday, beating the North Mason Lady Bulldogs 51-41 at Belfair.
Sequim's boys will host Bremerton Monday at Rick Kaps Gym, while the girls will visit the Knights.

Scoring by Quarters:

NM  - 11 17 10 10 - 48
Seq - 16 16 10 14 - 56

North Mason (48) -- Kasey Bielec 6, Martin Garland, M.J. McDonnell 4, A.J. Barker 13, Kris Bishop 9, Austin Casteel, Austin Sandquist, Jesse Frender 4, Garrett Burley 12.

Sequim (56) -- Evan Hill 9, Kenny Meier 10, Gabe Carter 2, Corbin Webb 17, Jayson Brocklesby 8, Tim Guan, Nick Camporini 10.

JV: North Mason 55-42.  

Thursday, December 9, 2010

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 4 - Sequim 63, Peninsula 48

Sequim boys 63, Peninsula 48

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(Sequim) -- Nick Camporini scored 25 points and Corbin Webb added 13 as the Sequim Wolves beat the Peninsula Seahawks 63-48 in non-league boys basketball action at Rick Kaps Gym Wednesday.

Webb had four early baskets as Sequim opened an 11-3 lead at the first quarter break.

The Wolves outscored Peninsula 22-13 in the second quarter, leading 33-16 at intermission.

The Seahawks (1-3) tried to ramp up the defensive pressure in the second half and hit 4 triples in the third quarter -- two by Charlie Menkens -- who finished as Peninsula's top scorer with 16 points.

The Seahawks closed it to ten at 40-30 with 2 minutes left in the third. 

However, Camporini nailed half of his 6 triples in same period as the 2A Wolves led the 3A Seahawks by 20 points going to the final quarter, 50-30.

Sequim (3-1) hosts North Mason in an Olympic League affair Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.

Scoring by Quarters:

Pen -  3 13 14 18 - 48 
Seq - 11 22 17 13 - 63

Peninsula (48) -- Marcus Greene 10, Taylor Leacy, Max Reyes 3, Charlie Menkens 16, Conor Horkan 7, Gavin Grant, Cody Olson 3, Austin Filkins 3, Jared Fahmy, Nick Dickinson 4, Saul Wiles 2.

Sequim (63) -- Donovan Lee 5, Evan Hill 4, Kenny Meier 5, Gabe Carter 4, Corbin Webb 13, Jayson Brocklesby 4, Tim Guan 3, Ryan Pinza, Nick Camporini 25.

JV: Peninsula 57-35
C: Peninsula 43-26 

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

10 11 Girls Basketball game 2 - Sequim 52, Port Townsend 45

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim girls end 43-game losing streak, beat PT 52-45

December 8th, 2010 - 12:23pm
(Port Townsend) -- Sequim's Lady Wolves ended a 43-game losing streak Tuesday night, defeating the Port Townsend Redskins 52-45.
It was the first Sequim girls basketball victory since February 23, 2008 -- when the Wolves beat Steilacoom 49-38 at Rick Kaps Gym in a district tournament opener.
Sequim's Lea Hopson led all scorers with 23 points, pouring in 4 second-half triples and hitting 6 of 8 fourth-quarter free throws.
Port Townsend post players Kerri Evalt and Bella Garrison-Fox led the Redskins with 12 points apiece.
The Wolves (1-1 overall and in Olympic League play) led 9-4 after the first quarter, 21-12 at halftime and 34-26 at the third quarter.
The Redskins (1-2 overall, 1-1 in Olympic League play) closed to within one point at 37-36 with 5:24 left, but Sequim extended the lead to double digits and protected the advantage at the free throw line down the stretch.
The Lady Wolves host Chimacum for a non-leaguer Thursday and travel to Belfair to play North Mason Friday.

Score by Quarters:
Seq - 9 12 13 18 - 52
PT - 4 8 14 19 - 45

Sequim (52) -- Taylor Balkan 5, Columbia Haupt, Lea Hopson 23, Haleigh Harrison 6, Melanie Guan, Demiree Briones 7, Alexis Besand 2, Rylleigh Zbaraschuk 9.
Port Townsend (45) -- Jewell Johnson, Chelsea Whipple 2, Kerri Evalt 12, Irina Lyons, Kiley Maag 11, Caroline Dowdle 4, Lydia Young, Bella Garrison-Fox 12, Codi Hallinan, Gabbi Hossack 4, Kaile Phillips.

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 3 - Sequim 54, Port Townsend 39

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim boys 54, Port Townsend 39

December 8th, 2010 - 12:21pm

(Port Townsend) -- The Sequim boys basketball team used a pressure defense in the second half that created some key Port Townsend turnovers as the Wolves beat the Redskins 54-39 at Bruce Blevins Gym Tuesday night.
The Wolves' Corbin Webb and Gabe Carter were game-high scorers with 19 points apiece.
After Sequim led 15-8 at the first quarter break, the Wolves went cold, scoring just one basket in the second quarter and trailed 20-17 at halftime.
Sequim came out of the locker room energized using a full court press to rattle the Redskins.
The Wolves had a 18-7 run through the third period, leading 35-27 going to the final period.
Sequim (2-1 overall, 1-1 in Olympic League play) canned 8 of 10 free throws down the stretch.
Port Townsend (0-2 overall, 0-1 in Olympic League play) was led by post Jacob DeBerry with 9 points, while Hab Rubio and Kylen Solvik had 8 points apiece.
The Wolves host Peninsula tonight at 7 in Rick Kaps Gym.

Score by Quarters:
Seq - 15 2 18 19 - 54
PT - 8 12 7 12 - 39

Sequim (54) -- Donovan Lee, Evan Hill 5, Kenny Meier 4, Gabe Carter 19, Corbin Webb 19, Jayson Brocklesby 2, Tim Guan, Ryan Pinza, Nick Camporini 5.
Port Townsend (39) -- Hab Rubio 8, Seiji Thielk 6, Kyle Kelly 5, Kylen Solvik 8, Robert Ristick, Matt Juran 3, Luke Coppenrath, Jacob DeBerry 9, Louie Gitleman.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

10 11 Boys Basketball Game 1 - Sequim 64, Bainbridge 59

Sequim 64, Bainbridge 59

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(Bainbridge) -- Sequim roared back from a 14-point second-half deficit and hit 18 of 20 free throws down the stretch to take a season-opening 64-59 non-league victory against the Bainbridge Spartans.

The Wolves trailed 37-23 early in the third quarter, but closed the stanza with a 19-5 run triggered by 3 triples from senior Nick Camporini, tying the contest at 42.

Six consecutive one-and-one free throws by junior Evan Hill broke a 50-all tie and gave Sequim a 56-50 advantage with 2:48 left.

The 3A Spartans cut it to 61-59 with 18 seconds left on Eric Raustein's bank shot, but Sequim closed it out at at the free throw line.

Bainbridge lost for the second consecutive night to a 2A Olympic League foe.   Kingston beat Bainbridge 64-62 Tuesday.

The Wolves had 4 double-figure scorers led by Camporini's 17 and Gabe Carter's 13, while Corbin Webb and Josh McMinn added 11 apiece.

Rico Failla led Bainbridge with 20 points, hitting 3 triples that gave the Spartans a 32-23 advantage at intermission.

Chris Bell paced Bainbridge with 15 and Carson Zajonc added 7.

Sequim travels to Olympic Friday night for its Olympic League opener.

Scoring by Quarters:

Seq  7 16 19 23 - 64
Bain 2 30 10 17 - 59

Sequim (64) -- Evan Hill 8, Kenny Meier 1, Gabe Carter 13, Corbin Webb 11, Jayson Brocklesby 3,  Tim Guan, Nick Camporini 17, Josh McMinn 11.  

Bainbridge (59) -- Michael Crowley 5, Eric Raustein 4, Gabe DiLorio, Adam Pool 6, Carson Zajonc 7, Nic Miller 2, Chris Bell 15, Rico Failla 20.

JV: Bainbridge 48, Sequim 21. 

Sunday, November 14, 2010

2010 Football Game 11 - Burlington-Edison 44, Sequim 13

PREP FOOTBALL: Burlington-Edison runs over Sequim 44-13

(Poulsbo) -- Sequim's football season came to an end Saturday night at North Kitsap Stadium as the Burlington-Edison Tigers rolled into the state 2A quarterfinals with a 44-13 victory over the Wolves.
The Tigers (8-3) will match up next week with the Tumwater Thunderbirds, a 21-10 winner over Lynden.
Sequim (9-2) scored first on a 6-yard Drew Rickerson pass to Michael Ballard, but Burlington-Edison answered with a 27-yard touchdown sweep by Cody Larson, leading 7-6 at the first quarter break.
The Tigers scored 10 points in the final 2:13 of the first half; a 9-yard Dylan Boe pass to tight end Jacob Schifferl and a booming 34-yard field goal by Hunter Torset, giving B-E a 17-6 halftime advantage.
The visitors dominated possession time in the third quarter as Sequim struggled to stop the Tigers running attack after the loss of four defensive starters to injury last week.
B-E increased its lead to 20-6 with 3:47 left in the third period on a 26-yard Torset field goal.
The Tigers blew things open on the first play of the final quarter on a 42-yard Boe TD pass to Jammarick Cavitt, making 27-6.
Sequim's Rickerson fumbled after a sack on the next scrimmage play and Burlington-Edison's Riley Seeger finished a 5-play drive with a 6-yard run to pay dirt as it went to 34-6.
The Wolves stayed poised and marched 75 yards in 6 plays with Rickerson taking it the final yard with 8:04 to go, cutting it to 34-13.
Kyle Reijm scored on a 5-yard run with 3:39 left and Torset hit his third field goal with :49 remaining to round out the scoring.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

2010 Football Game 10 - Sequim 42, Washington 22

Sequim 42, Washington 22

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(Poulsbo) -- Isaac Yamamoto rushed for 173 yards and 3 touchdowns as the Sequim Wolves advanced to the state football playoffs for the fifth consecutive year, beating the Washington Patriots 42-22 at North Kitsap Stadium.

The Wolves will play the Burlington Edison Tigers (7-3) next Saturday at 6 in Poulsbo. 

A steady, driving rain didn't stop Sequim from scoring three quick touchdowns over a minute and ten seconds of the first quarter.

Frank Catelli hit pay dirt on a two-yard run with 6:19 left in the opening stanza for a 7-0 Sequim lead.

On the next scrimmage play, Catelli made a leaping deflection of a Washington pass, picking the ball out of mid-air and lumbering 23 yards for a TD.  Catelli's 2-point run ade it 15-0.

Catelli left the game later in the half with a rib injury.

The flood of Sequim points continued when Preston McFarlen broke through the Washington line untouched and blocked a Patriot punt, recovering the pigskin at the 5 and racing in for the score, making it 22-0 with 4:09 left in the opening quarter.

Yamamoto scored his three touchdowns in the second quarter -- on runs of 9, 8 and 27 yards -- as the Wolves hit the board for 42 straight points.

Washington got its first touchdown with 2:07 left before intermission when George Bunn pulled in a 6-yard pass from Jordan Mezias.

Sequim led 42-8 at halftime.

Washington had two more second-half scores, a 26-yard run by Eli Weems with 1:58 left in the third quarter and a 2-yard run by Aaron Bedker with :43 seconds remaining.

Sequim's game with Burlington-Edison will be rematch of last year's 34-32 thriller that sent the Wolves to the quarterfinals.

Scoring by Quarters:

Was -  0  8  6  8  - 22
Seq - 22 20  0  0  - 42

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First Quarter:

Seq - Frank Catelli 2 run (Mitch Koonz kick) 6:19

Seq - Frank Catelli 23 interception return (Catelli run) 6:09

Seq - Preston McFarlen 5 yd punt block return (Koonz kick) 4:09

Second Quarter: 

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 9 run (Rickerson run) 11:13

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 8 run (kick failed) 8:03 

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 27 run (kick failed) 5:23

Was - George Bunn 6 pass from Jordan Mezias 2:07

Third Quarter: 

Was - Eli Weems 26 run (run failed) 1:58

Fourth Quarter:

Was - Aaron Bedker 2 run (Yevchev pass from Mezia) :43