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Saturday, September 25, 2010

2010 Football Game 4 - Sequim 48, Bremerton 14

Sequim 48, Bremerton 14

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(Bremerton) -- Drew Rickerson threw for three touchdown passes and Isaac Yamamoto ran for three more scores as the Sequim High Wolves ripped the Bremerton Knights 48-14 Friday night at Bremerton Memorial Stadium.

Rickerson completed 24 of 36 passes for 327 yards, connecting on a 57-yard scoring strike to 

Joey Hall on the Wolves' game-opening possession.

Sequim led 14-0 just three-and-a-half minutes into the contest when Rickerson lobbed a 4-yard play-action TD pass to Josh McElrath.

However, Wolves penalties and the Bremerton pass rush caused Sequim to turn the ball over on downs

on its three remaining drives in the first half.

Bremerton got good field position at the Sequim 36 after a Yamamoto fumble early in the second half.

The Knights went to the bag of tricks as running back Kyle Kennedy hit receiver Dedrick Harris for

a 32-yard gain to the Sequim 1.

Kennedy scored a play later to narrow the Wolves lead to 14-6.

Sequim responded by driving 84 yards in 7 plays, as 2 big Rickerson completions - leaping 25-yard reception by Frank Catelli and a 30-yarder to Tyler Forshaw -- led to the first of Yamamoto's three touchdown runs, a 4-yarder that gave the Wolves breathing room at 21-6 with 5:29 left in the third quarter.

The Sequim defense got 3 interceptions of Bremerton sophomore quarterback Kaden Tomlinson -- by Tyler Forshaw,

Preston McFarlen and Cody Field.

Forshaw had a tremendous fourth quarter, hauling in an 18-yard Rickerson TD pass, then racing 71 yards to 

the end zone on a squib kickoff that came after the Knights final touchdown, a 46-yard run by Dedrick Harris.

Sequim's defense held powerful Bremerton running back Kennedy to 30 yards on 17 carries after he

had rushed for 659 yards in Bremerton's first three games.

Sequim (3-1, 2-0) will travel to Belfair Friday night to play North Mason  in a matchup of Olympic League unbeatens.


Score by Quarters

Seq  14 0 13 21 - 48

Brem  0 0  6  8 - 14


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First Quarter:

Seq - Joey Hall 59 pass from Drew Rickerson (run failed) 10:32

Seq - Josh McElrath 4 pass from Drew Rickerson (Hall pass from Rickerson) 8:29


Third Quarter:

Brem - Kyle Kennedy 1 run (pass failed) 7:30

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 4 run (Mitch Koonz kick) 5:29

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 4 run (pass failed) :49

Fourth Quarter: 

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 3 run (Koonz kick) 9:58

Seq - Tyler Forshaw 18 pass from Drew Rickerson (Koonz kick) 5:26

Brem - Dedrick Harris 46 run (Harris run) 2:57

Seq - Tyler Forshaw 71 kickoff return (Koonz kick) 2:45  

More highlights:









Individual Statistics:

Passing 

Seq - Drew Rickerson 24-36-327-3-0, Frank Catelli 1-5-17-0-0. 

Brem - Kaden Tomlinson 17-32-123-0-3, Bud Coy 0-1-0-0, Kyle Kennedy 1-1-32-0-0.

Rushing

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 21-140-3 TD, Joey Hall 3-(-1), Drew Rickerson 8-23, Frank Catelli 5-31, Tyler Forshaw 2-12.

Brem - Kyle Kennedy 17-30-1 TD, Dedrick Harris 3-51-1 TD, Kaden Tomlinson 3-(-15), Terance Jordan 3-19.

Receiving

Seq - Frank Catelli 3-48, Michael Ballard 2-16, Tyler Forshaw 8-109-1 TD, Joey Hall 3-115-1 TD, Josh McElrath 2-10-1 TD, Nick Ramirez 2-18, Isaac Yamamoto 5-28.

Brem - Kyle Kennedy 5-28, Terance Jordan 5-35, Matt Noll 1-3, Dedrick Harris 2-35, Marchall Stevens 2-14, David Pierce 2-29, Tyler Grisham 1-9.





Total Plays/Yards:

Seq - Rush: 39-205, Pass: 36-344, Total: 80-549

Brem - Rush: 28-88, Pass: 34-155, Total: 62-243


Turnovers: 

Seq - 4 (3 TOD, 1 fumble)

Brem - 7 (4 TOD, 3 INT)


Saturday, September 18, 2010

2010 Football Game 3 - Sequim 53, Klahowya 0

Sequim 53, Klahowya 0

(Sequim) -- The Sequim Wolves scored touchdowns on their six possessions in the opening 16 minutes Friday night against the Klahowya Eagles, taking the Olympic League opener 53-0.
Sequim senior quarterback Drew Rickerson ran for two scores and threw a TD pass to Nick Ramirez.
The Wolves' Tyler Forshaw returned a punt 45 yards for a score with 7:18 left in the first quarter that put Sequim ahead 14-0.
Frank Catelli ran 36 yards for the first of his 2 touchdowns as Sequim led 27-0 after the first quarter.
Isaac Yamamoto and Jack Wiker also had rushing touchdowns for Sequim.
The Wolves led 46-0 at halftime and the game clock ran without stopping the second half, courtesy of the mercy rule.
Sequim (2-1, 1-0 in Olympic League) will travel to Bremerton next week, while Klahowya (0-3, 0-1 Olympic League) will host North Kitsap.

Scoring by Quarters:
KSS - 0 0 0 0 - 0
Seq - 27 19 0 7 - 53

First Quarter:
Second Quarter:
Third Quarter:

Individual Statistics:
Passing: 

Seq - Drew Rickerson 8-9-68-1-0, Frank Catelli 1-2-20-0-0. KSS - Kevin Schiffman 2-4-9-0-0, Jacob Sheets 6-17-6-0-0.
Rushing: 

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 8-85-1 TD, Drew Rickerson 5-46-2 TD, Frank Catelli 2-45-2 TD, Tyler Forshaw 1-14, Lopaka Yasumura 4-16, Jack Wiker 3-43-1 TD, Austin Law 1-7, Josh McElrath 1-6, Christian Miles 2-(-5). KSS - Jeremy Beierle 3-(-6), Kevin Schiffman 7-(-23), Latrell Simpson 10-20, Jacob Sheets 7-7.
Receiving: 

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 2-14, Chase Bigger 2-18, Nick Ramirez 4-36-1 TD, Tyler Forshaw 1-20. 

KSS - Carlos Vallejo 2-8, Tim Fuller 2-0, Brad Harstad 1-7, Latrell Simpson 1-14, Mark Arcilla 1-14.
Team Statistics:
Passing: Sequim 9-11-88-1-0, KSS 8-21-15-0-0
Rushing: Sequim 27-257, KSS 27-(-2)
Total: Sequim 38-345, KSS 48-13
Turnovers: Sequim 2 (fumble, TOD), Klahowya 1 (TOD) 

Penalties: Sequim 7-45, KSS 3-15. 


Tuesday, September 14, 2010

2010 Football Game 2 - Meridian 55, Sequim 16



(Sequim) -- Quarterback Zach Slesk threw five touchdown passes and ran for another as the Meridian Trojans walloped the Sequim Wolves 55-16 in non-league football Saturday.
The elusive Trojans signal caller connected with Tait Slesk for two scoring strikes, the first with 6:49 left in the first quarter that put Meridian up 7-0.
Slesk finished the day 21 of 35 passes for 343 yards, with 3 interceptions.
Sequim got its only lead with 5:05 left in the opening period after Chris Falkey intercepted Slesk and scored on an 18-yard touchdown return.
Frank Catelli ran for the 2-point conversion from the swinging gate formation for an 8-7 Sequim advantage.
Meridian led 13-8 at the first quarter break, getting the lead again on a 25-yard scoring pass from Slesk to Mitchell Tripp, the first of 4 consecutive Meridian touchdowns.
The Trojans led 28-8 at halftime.
Slesk found the speedy Tripp on a 91-yard scoring play early in the third quarter that broke the game open at 35-8.
Sequim's only offensive touchdown came with 10:52 left on Frank Catelli's 1-yard run.
Drew Rickerson hit Catelli for the 2-point pass, cutting the Meridian lead to 42-16. Rickerson finished the game 10 for 24 passing for 113 yards with 3 interceptions.
Meridian's Ryan Newby blocked a Drew Rickerson punt that was caught in mid-air by Denver VanderYacht and returned 4-yards for a touchdown with 8:31 left, extending the Trojans lead to 48-16.
Quarterback Slesk toured the right end for 25 yards and another score with 6:07 remaining for the final points.
Meridian outgained Sequim 545-208.
Sequim (1-1) will host the Klahowya Eagles (0-2) in the Olympic League opener Friday.
Score by Quarters:
Meridian 13 15 14 13 - 55
Sequim 8 0 0 8 - 16

Saturday, September 4, 2010

2010 Football Game 1 -- Sequim 58, Forks 7

Sequim 58, Forks 7

(Forks) -- Any doubt about the potency of the Sequim offense entering the 2010 football season was erased after Friday's season opener at Forks.

The Wolves scored on 8 of their 9 first-half possessions, pounding the Spartans 58-7 in a non-league affair at Spartan Stadium.

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Quarterback Drew Rickerson threw two touchdown strikes to fellow senior Joey Hall -- including a 17-yarder on the game-opening possession.

Rickerson also scrambled 20-yards for another score as the Wolves raced to a 16-0 advantage just 6 minutes into the contest.

Junior Frank Catelli, who split time between wide receiver and quarterback, ran for two touchdowns and threw a TD pass to junior Nick Ramirez.

Catelli's first TD -- a 16-yard keeper up the middle -- came a play after a Sequim block of a Brady Castellano punt that put the Wolves ahead 22-0.

Isaac Yamamoto rushed 3 times for 52 yards, scoring on a 41-yard romp in the second quarter that boosted the lead to 50-0.

Sophomore Jack Wiker, son of Sequim Coach Erik Wiker, had his first varsity touchdown on a 3-yard run that put Sequim ahead 58-0 with 1:49 left in the first half.

Sequim reserves played most of the second half as the clock ran continuously after intermission courtesy of the mercy rule.

Forks senior quarterback Brian Santman scored the only Spartans touchdown from 11 yards with 5:55 left in the third quarter.

Forks (0-1) will visit Port Angeles (1-0) Friday for another non-league tilt while Sequim (1-0) will host the Meridian Trojans next Saturday night.

Listen to the halftime feature with the Sequim cheer squad!


Listen to Isaac Yamamoto's fumble recovery that led to another Wolves TD!

Scoring by Quarters:

Seq 22 36 0 0 - 58

Forks 0 0 7 0 - 7

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First Quarter:

Seq - Joey Hall 27 pass from Drew Rickerson (Isaac Yamamoto pass from Rickerson) 8:23

Seq - Drew Rickerson 20 run (Tyler Forshaw pass from Rickerson) 6:00

Seq - Frank Catelli 16 run (pass failed) 4:36

Second Quarter:

Seq - Joey Hall 5 pass from Drew Rickerson (Rickerson run) 10:06

Seq - Frank Catelli 28 run (pass failed) 8:25

Seq - Nick Ramirez 15 pass from Frank Catelli (Dillon Andrews pass from Catelli) 6:22

Seq - Isaac Yamamoto 42 run (pass failed) 4:11

Seq - Jack Wiker 3 run (Wiker run) 1:49

Third Quarter:

Forks - Brian Santman 11 run (Shaquille Cress kick) 5:55

Individual Statistics:

Rushing--Seq, Isaac Yamamoto 3-52 1 TD, Joey Hall 5-37, Frank Catelli 3-46 2 TD, Tyler Forshaw 1-15, Drew Rickerson 3-20 1 TD, Jack Wiker 3-7 1 TD, Austin Law 6-(-26). Forks, Cameron Leons 4-16, Brian Santman 5-19 1 TD, Luke Brown 16-32, Shaquille Cress 2-(-5), Sergio Chase 4-15, Brady Castellano 2-(-30).

Passing--Seq, Drew Rickerson 10-14-97-2-0, Frank Catelli 1-2-15-1-0, Austin Law 3-4-20-0-0. Forks, Brian Santman 0-5-0-0, Brady Castellano 0-1-0-0.

Receiving--Seq, Isaac Yamamoto 1-10, Frank Catelli 3-27, Joey Hall 3-28 2 TD, Kahn Mills 2-17, Nick Ramirez 2-30 1 TD, Jack Wiker 3-20

Team Statistics:

Rushing--Seq 24-151 5 TD, Forks 33-48 1 TD.

Passing--Seq 14-20-132-3-0, Forks 0-6-0

Total Yards--Seq 44-283, Forks 39-54.

Turnovers--Seq 1 (TOD), Forks 4 (1 TOD).