Thursday, December 29, 2011

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 10 - Sequim 55, Sehome 52

Sequim downs Sehome 55-52

(Lynden) -- Jayson Brocklesby scored 16 points and Gabe Carter added 13 as the Sequim Wolves beat the Sehome Mariners 59-56 Thursday at the Cloud 9 Sports Lynden Christmas Classic.
After a 14-14 tie ended the first period, Sequim took a 26-22 advantage into intermission.
Sequim had a 10 point lead after the third period 44-34 and had double digit advantages on two other occasions in the final quarter before turnovers closed the margin of victory in the closing minute.
Corbin Webb added 12 points for Sequim.

Evan Miksovsky and Konstantin Andrushenko shared team-high honors for Sehome with 10 points apiece.
Sequim (8-2) travels to the Kitsap Peninsula Tuesday to battle the Kingston Buccaneers.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seh - 14 8 12 18 - 52
Seq - 14 12 18 11 - 55
Sehome (52) -- Drew Ronson 8, Evan Miksovsky 10, Jake Slesk, Lawrence Strasser 2, Noah Cyr-Moore 10, Charles Linneman 6, Riley Fraser 6, Gabe Sanchez 5, Jake Schacht.
Sequim (55) -- Evan Hill 4, Alex Barry, Jayson Brocklesby 16, Tim Guan 6, Frank Catelli 4, Gabe Carter 13, Corbin Webb 12.

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 9 - Lynden Christian 68, Sequim 52

Lynden Christian beats Sequim 68-52

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(Lynden) -- Sequim kept the game close for a half against 1A powerhouse Lynden Christian Wednesday before the Lyncs finished with a 68-57 victory over the Wolves.

The contest was deadlocked at 10 after one quarter and Sequim held the halftime advantage at 24-23.

Lynden Christian took advantage of second and third shot opportunities in the final 2 quarters, many by talented 6-7 junior center Isaac Reimer, who was the game-high scorer with 21 points.

Gabe Carter and Corbin Webb shared team-high honors for the Wolves with 17 points apiece.

Tim Guan added 10 points for Sequim (7-2).

Nathan Meppelink paced L-C with 12 points and Dustin Brandsma chipped in 9.

Scoring by Quarters:

Seq - 10 14 18 10 - 52
L-C - 10 13 27 18 - 68

Sequim (52) -- Anthony Pinza 2, Evan Hill, Alex Barry, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 2, Tim Guan 10, Frank Catelli 4, Dylan Eekoff, Gabe Carter 17, Corbin Webb 17, Jared McMinn.

Lynden Christian (68) -- Nolan Wolffis 7, Nathan Meppelink 12, Levi VanderYacht, Truman Van Dalen 5, Daulton Hommes 3, Jordan Van Kooten 6, Dustin Brandsma 9, Isaac Reimer 21, Cody Bierlink 5, Willy Scholten, Austin Haan.

Friday, December 16, 2011

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 8 - Sequim 42, North Kitsap 27

Sequim boys down North Kitsap 42-27

December 16th, 2011 - 10:34pm

(Poulsbo) -- Sequim's Corbin Webb scored 20 and Jayson Brocklesby added 13 points as the Wolves boys basketball team beat North Kitsap 42-27.
The Wolves (7-1 overall and 5-1 in Olympic League play) broke out of an 8-8 tie after the first quarter, outscoring the Vikings 16-5 in the second period in taking a 24-13 halftime lead.
Brocklesby scored 9 of his 13 points before halftime.
Sequim continued the run in the third quarter, holding North Kitsap to just one basket and had a commanding 38-15 advantage going to the final period.
North Kitsap (2-4 overall, 2-3 in Olympic League play) was led by Riley Lindsey's 12 and Danny Mitchell added 5.
Frank Catelli had 6 points for the Wolves and double figures in rebounds.
The Wolves are off until after Christmas, when they play December 28th and 29th in a holiday tournament at Lynden Christian High School.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 8 16 14 14 - 42
NK - 8 5 2 12 - 27
Sequim (42) -- Evan Hill, Alex Barry 1, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 13, Tim Guan 2, Frank Catelli 6, Austin Law, Dylan Eekoff, Corbin Webb 20, Jared McMinn.
North Kitsap (27) -- J.T. Nettleton, Riley Lindsey 12, Danny Mitchell 5, Mitch Adams, Noah Harrell 2, Jacob Hill, Kendal Gill 3, Trevor Waller 2, Andrew Urquhart 3, Riley Curtis-Stroeder.
Junior Varsity Score: Sequim 44, North Kitsap 37 (Sequim JV improves to 5-3)
C Team Score: North Kitsap 69, Sequim 26.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 7 - Sequim 56, Klahowya 31

Sequim boys whip Klahowya 56-31, now 6-1

December 14th, 2011 - 10:55pm
(Sequim) -- A suffocating Sequim man-to-man defense forced 23 Klahowya turnovers Wednesday night as the Wolves whipped the Eagles 56-31 at Rick Kaps Gym.
Sequim improved to 6-1 overall with a 4-1 Olympic League mark; tied for second with Port Angeles -- a 73-51 winner over Bremerton.
The loss to the Wolves dropped Klahowya into third place at 3-1 (3-5 overall).
Kingston destroyed Port Townsend 72-23 and remained unbeaten in OL action at 4-0, 5-2 overall.
In Sequim, Klahowya's Drew Fagan hit for 7 of his 9 points in the first quarter as the lead changed hands 3 times in the early going.
Sequim freshman Alex Barry broke the last of 4 ties with a triple and the Wolves had a 14-11 advantage after one period.
Barry finished with 4 treys and 14 points, all in the first half.
Sequim turned up the defensive intensity in the second period, outscoring the Eagles 17-4.
Wolves senior Corbin Webb connected on 12 of his game-high 23 points before intermission as Sequim went to the locker room up 31-15.
Sequim held Klahowya's two top threats - Clark Rose and Mitch Flowers -- scoreless in the first two periods.
The Wolves led by as many as 29 points in the third quarter, up 54-25 at the third buzzer.
Reserves played most of the final period for both squads.
Sequim's Jayson Brocklesby paced the Wolves with 11 points, including another breakaway slam dunk.
Josh Ganowski led Klahowya with 10 points, while Flowers and Matt Van Vleet had 4 points apiece.
In the junior varsity contest, Sequim's Rory Kalleppa scored on a driving layup with 5 seconds remaining, pushing Sequim to a 53-51 victory.
The Sequim JV improved to 4-3 on the season.
The Sequim Lady Wolves lost their game at Klahowya Wednesday 40-33, falling to 1-5 overall and 1-4 in league play.
The Wolves boys hoopsters visit North Kitsap Friday night for a matchup with the Vikings. KONP's Dan Kari and Coach Phil Langston will have pregame coverage at 6:40 Friday and the tipoff at 7 o'clock from Poulsbo, live online with a click of the Sequim Wolves logo at

Scoring by Quarters:
Kla - 11 4 10 6 - 31
Seq - 14 17 23 2 - 56
Klahowya (31) -- Jacob Sheets 2, Carlos Vallejo 2, Drew Fagan 9, Josh Ganowski 10, Mike Ward, Cody Roberts, Matt VanVleet 4, Jacob Gotchall, Clark Rose, Rob Campos, Mitch Flowers 4.
Sequim (56) -- Evan Hill 2, Alex Barry 14, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 11, Tim Guan 4, Austin Law, Dylan Eekoff, Corbin Webb 23, Jared McMinn.
Ties: 4 (4, 6, 9 and 11)
Lead Changes: 3 (Seq 3-2, Kla 6-4, Seq 8-6)
Junior Varsity Game: Sequim 53, Klahowya 51.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 6 - Bremerton 62, Sequim 50

Sequim boys suffer first loss, to Bremerton 62-50

December 12th, 2011 - 11:50pm
(Bremerton) -- Marshall Stevens scored 26 points as the Bremerton Knights beat the Sequim Wolves 62-50 Monday night.
Sequim (5-1, 3-1 in Olympic League play) suffered its first loss of the season as Bremerton took advantage on the offensive boards, scoring a number of second chance baskets.
The Knights (2-3, 2-1 in Olympic League play) played a tough, extended zone defense that allowed few open looks at the hoop for the Wolves.
After an early 4-2 Sequim advantage, Bremerton scored the last 7 points of the opening quarter, leading 9-4 at the first break.
Sequim's Jayson Brocklesby scored 8 of his 12 points in the second quarter, but the Knights held a 26-19 lead at halftime.
The Wolves rallied in the third quarter as Corbin Webb had 6 of his 18 points and Sequim closed to within 2 at 34-32 going into the final period.
Bremerton hit 13 of 22 free throws in the final period as Sequim got no closer than 2.
The Knights' Stevens scored 17 of his game-high 26 in the second half, 11 in the fourth stanza.
Sequim freshman Alex Barry had 11 points and Evan Hill added 5.
Bremerton sophomore Deonti Dixon had 11 points, Andrew Shadle had 9 and Mikey Lawrence added 8.
Sequim hosts the Klahowya Eagles (3-4, 3-0 in Olympic League play), a 69-58 winner over North Kitsap Monday, for a Wednesday contest at Rick Kaps Gym.
KONP's Dan Kari and Coach Phil Langston will have live coverage of Wednesday's Sequim-Klahowya game online with a click of the Sequim Wolves logo at Pregame at 6:40 with the tipoff at 7 Wednesday night.

Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 4 15 15 16 - 50
Brem - 9 17 10 26 - 62
Sequim (50) -- Evan Hill 5, Alex Barry 11, Jayson Brocklesby 12, Tim Guan 2, Frank Catelli 2, Austin Law, Dylan Eekoff, Corbin Webb 18.
Bremerton (62) -- Connor Wales 1, Andrew Shadle 9, Caleb Petroski 2, Mikey Lawrence 8, Eli Fultz 5, Deonti Dixon 11, Theo Robinson, Marshall Stevens 26, Terrick Sims.
Ties: 1 (4-4)
Lead Changes: 2 (Sequim 4-2, Bremerton 6-4)
Junior Varsity: Bremerton 51, Sequim 35. (Wolves JV now 3-3)
Girls game at Sequim: Bremerton 58, Sequim 55

Saturday, December 10, 2011

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 5 - Sequim 56, North Mason 27

Sequim 56, North Mason 27

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(Belfair) -- Senior Evan Hill and freshman Alex Barry each connected on 4 treys Friday night as the Sequim Wolves trounced the North Mason Bulldogs 56-27.

Hill finished with 19 points and Barry -- making his first-ever start -- added 14 as the Wolves rallied from a lethargic start and outscored the Bulldogs 35-15 in the second half.

Sequim (5-0, 3-0 in Olympic League play) led 9-6 after the first quarter and 22-12 at intermission.

The Wolves pushed the pace in the third quarter for several fast break baskets, including two consecutive scoring drives off steals by junior Jayson Brocklesby, the final effort capped by a thunderous running one-handed slam.

Sequim led 42-19 going into the final quarter.

Anthony Price paced North Mason with 8 points, getting 4 points each from Austin Sandquist, Anthony Henderson, Levi Rowland and Davontea Davenport.

North Mason (0-4, 0-3 in Olympic League play) is scheduled for a Saturday night game at Rainier Christian before hosting Kingston on Monday.

Sequim visits the Bremerton Knights Monday night.

KONP's Dan Kari and Coach Phil Langston will have Monday's game beginning at 6:40 with a 7 o'clock tipoff live online with a click of the Sequim Wolves logo at

Scoring by Quarters:

Seq  -  9 13 20 14 - 56
N.M.  - 6   6   7   8 -  27

Sequim (56) -- Evan Hill 19, Alex Barry 14, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 7, Tim Guan 3,  Frank Catelli 4, Austin Law, Corbin Webb 9, Dylan Eekoff 0, Jared McMinn.

North Mason (27) -- Anthony Price 8, Riley McKean, William Crummey 2, CJ Allen 1, Austin Sandquist 4, Anthony Henderson, Levi Rowland, Davontea Davenport 4.

Junior Varsity: Sequim 67, North Mason 38 (Sequim JV now 3-2)

Thursday, December 8, 2011

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 4 - Sequim 57, Peninsula 52

Sequim 57, Peninsula 52

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(Purdy) -- Corbin Webb scored a career-high 32 points as the Sequim Wolves held on for a 57-52 non-league victory over the Peninsula Seahawks Wednesday night.

The game was tied at 13 after the first quarter and Sequim took a one-point halftime advantage on a put-back by Jayson Brocklesby at 26-25.

Brocklesby finished with 8 points.

Peninsula (2-2) took a 4 point lead on a triple by Cody Olson early in the third period -- 32-28.

The Wolves regained the advantage for good after a pair of hoops by Tim Guan, leading 33-32 with 4:15 remaining in the third period.

Sequim (4-0, 2-0 in Olympic League play) went into the final quarter ahead 40-35, paced by the shooting and driving of Webb, who finished the contest a perfect 12-of-12 from the free throw line.

The Wolves pushed ahead to a 10-point bulge -- 49-39 with five minutes left on another Webb field goal.

Peninsula hit for 3 treys in the final quarter -- one by Cody Olsen and a pair by Justin Erickson, the last cutting Sequim's advantage to 52-48.

Erickson was the team-high scorer for the Seahawks with 13, Patrick Hennessey had 12 and Olson scored 11 markers.

The 'Hawks Shane Hanon's deuce with 1:56 remaining chopped it to 52-50, but Evan Hill answered with a Sequim drive that made it 54-50 at the 1:25 mark.

The Wolves closed it out from the charity stripe for the five-point victory.

Sequim visits the North Mason Bulldogs in Belfair Friday night.

KONP's Dan Kari and Coach Phil Langston will have pregame coverage beginning at 6:40 Friday with the tipoff at 7 live online with a click of the Sequim Wolves logo at

Scoring by Quarters:

Seq - 13 13 14 17 - 57
Pen - 13 12 10 17 - 52

Sequim (57) -- Evan Hill 4, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 8, Tim Guan 7, Frank Catelli 2, Corbin Webb 32, Dylan Eekoff 4.

Peninsula (52) -- Shane Hanon 4, James Silberman 4, Justin Erickson 13, Nolan Winter 1, Cody Olson 11, Patrick Hennessey 12, Bryce Shirley 7, Dane Weiss.

JV: Peninsula 48, Sequim 34.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 3 - Sequim 59, Port Townsend 30

Sequim 59, Port Townsend 30

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(Sequim) -- Jayson Brocklesby scored 20 points and Corbin Webb added 14 as the Sequim Wolves boys basketball team stayed unbeaten, drubbing the Port Townsend Redskins 59-30 Tuesday at Rick Kaps Gym.

The Wolves (3-0, 2-0 in Olympic League play) flustered the Redskins early with a 1-3-1 zone defense, allowing Sequim to forge an 11-2 lead halfway through the opening stanza.

Sequim increased its 16-8 first quarter advantage, outscoring Port Townsend 24-8 in the second period, getting 10 points from Brocklesby, including a breakaway one-handed jam.

The Wolves enjoyed a 40-14 halftime bulge.

Port Townsend (0-2, 0-2 in Olympic League play) started three sophomores -- Will O'Brien, Skyler Coppenrath and Paul Spaltenstein.

Spaltenstein had a team-high 10 points and Coppenrath chipped in 8.

Sequim led 51-25 after the third quarter, when Webb cashed in for 7 markers.

Point guard Evan Hill and freshman Alex Barry had 8 points apiece for the Wolves.

Port Townsend hosts North Kitsap Friday at Bruce Blevins Gym.

Sequim takes to the road tonight (Wednesday) for a non-leaguer against the Peninsula Seahawks in Purdy.

Dan Kari and Coach Phil Langston will have live coverage beginning at 6:40 with the tipoff at 7. 

Listen live with a click of the Sequim Wolves logo at or over the air at AM 1450 or FM 102.1.

Scoring by Quarters:

P.T.  -  8  6 11 5 - 30
Seq - 16 24 11 8 - 59

Port Townsend (30) -- Will O'Brien 2, Cody Russell 2, Kyle Kelly 3, Skyler Coppenrath 8, Jacob King 2, Daniel Charlton, Paul Spaltenstein 10, Brian LeMaster 3.

Sequim (59) -- Evan Hill 8, Alex Barry 8, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 20, Tim Guan 2, Frank Catelli 3, Austin Law, Corbin Webb 14, Dylan Eekoff 2, Jared McMinn 2.

JV: Sequim 49, Port Townsend 23.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

11 12 Boys Basketball Game 2 - Sequim 57, Olympic 49

Sequim boys down Olympic 57-49

December 3rd, 2011 - 3:23am

(Sequim) -- Sequim's boys basketball team fought back from an early 12 point deficit and defeated the Olympic Trojans 57-49 Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Wolves (2-0, 1-0 in Olympic League play) trailed 17-5 at the first quarter break after the Trojans' Quentin Phillips sliced and diced for 10 of his team-high 20 points in the period.
The tide slowly turned for the Wolves as Jayson Brocklesby scored 13 of his game-high 21 markers in the second quarter and Sequim closed to within 3 points at halftime -- 30-27.
The third quarter was a defensive masterpiece for the Wolves, holding Olympic to just 2 field goals, outscoring the Trojans 16-4.
With the contest tied at 34 with 4 minutes left in the period, junior Tim Guan scorched the net on a triple that gave Sequim the lead 37-34.

Moments later, junior Dylan Eekoff drained a trey to increase the advantage for Sequim to 40-34.
Eekoff had several key rebounds filling in for foul-plagued senior Frank Catelli and junior Gabe Carter, who is out for at least 4 weeks with a broken left pinky finger suffered Wednesday night in Sequim's victory over Bainbridge.
Sequim scored the final 9 points of the third period, leading 43-34 at the break.
A key matchup in Friday's contest featured a fierce guard battle between Sequim's Corbin Webb and Olympic's Trent Gallagher.
Gallagher was held to a single trey and was limited to 7 points, all in the first half.
Webb was stymied from the field as well, connecting on just 2 baskets, but hit 7 of his 10 free throws to complete an 11 point effort.
Sequim hit 21 of 29 attempts from the charity stripe, including 10 of 12 in the final period, when the Trojans could come no closer than 4 points down the stretch.
Olympic (1-1, 0-1 in Olympic League play) hosts Kingston, a 52-49 winner over Port Angeles, on Tuesday night.
Sequim has three games next week, hosting Port Townsend Tuesday, traveling to Gig Harbor Wednesday for a non-leaguer with Peninsula and a jaunt to Belfair Friday for a league contest against North Mason.
KONP's Dan Kari and Coach Phil Langston will have live coverage of all three games online with a click of the Sequim Wolves logo at
Scoring by Quarters:
Oly - 17 13 4 15 - 49
Seq - 5 22 16 14 - 57
Olympic (49) -- Quentin Phillips 20, CJ Encomienda 4, Trent Gallagher 7, RJ Neal 2, Brian Tyson 9, Makiah McInnis, Zach Thornton, Kyle Setten 2, Trey Fullilove 2, Andrew Hammond, Joel Stier 3.
Sequim (57) -- Evan Hill 14, Alex Barry, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 21, Tim Guan 6, Frank Catelli 2, Austin Law, Corbin Webb 11, Dylan Eekoff 3.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

11 12 Basketball Game 1 - Sequim 56, Bainbridge 52

Sequim boys beat Bainbridge 56-52

December 1st, 2011 - 1:09am
(Sequim) -- Senior guard Corbin Webb scored 25 points, leading the Sequim Wolves to a season-opening 56-52 victory over the Bainbridge Spartans.
The Wolves held on for the non-league victory after leading by 11 points at the first quarter break and at halftime.
The Spartans' Chris Bell connected on a game-high 32 points, including 10 in the third period when Bainbridge closed to within 9 at 53-35.
Sequim hit 9 of 14 free throws in the final quarter to hold on to the victory.
Junior Jayson Brocklesby added 16 points for Sequim.
The Wolves host Olympic for the league opener Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Scoring by Quarters:
Bain - 7 12 16 17 - 52
Sequ - 18 12 13 13 - 56
Bainbridge (52) -- Michael Crowley 5, Eric Raustein 2, Joey Blacker 3, Willie Schreck 2, Chris Bell 32, Rico Failla 4, Nick Edens 4.
Sequim (56) -- Evan Hill 2, Alex Barry, Andrew Shimer, Jayson Brocklesby 16, Tim Guan, Frank Catelli 7, Gabe Carter 6, Corbin Webb 25.
JV: Bainbridge 68-24
C: Bainbridge 56-15

Saturday, November 12, 2011

11 Football Game #11 - W.F. West 52, Sequim 21

Sequim eliminated from playoffs by W.F. West 52-21

November 12th, 2011 - 2:57am

(Poulsbo) -- The W.F. West High School Bearcats of Chehalis overwhelmed the Sequim High Wolves 52-21 in the first-round of the State 2A football playoffs Friday night at North Kitsap Stadium.

Washington State University-bound Mitch Gueller scored on the first two scrimmage plays for the Bearcats on runs of 60 and 73 yards as the Bearcats surged to a 14-0 advantage just 2 minutes and 7 seconds into the game.

"We had our back-side guys there on the first TD run with our outside linebacker squared up on him (Gueller) and he made him miss", observed Sequim coach Erik Wiker, who emphasized tackling Gueller was a priority during practices.

"We were there scheme-wise, but player-wise he jukes us and goes 60 yards," said Wiker, "He's a very fast kid and agile."

The Chehalis team (9-2) will play Lakewood next week in the state quarterfinals.

W.F. West led 28-0 at the end of the first quarter and 31-7 at halftime.

The Bearcats scored three more touchdowns in the third quarter to lead 52-7.

Sequim tallied twice in the final quarter - on an 11-yard run by quarterback Jack Wiker and a 26-yard run by running back Lopaka Yasumura.

The weather had no effect on the contest after a windstorm blew through the Kitsap Peninsula several hours before kickoff.

Wiker was 18-of-38 passing for 154 yards and was intercepted 4 times.  He rushed 19 times for 83 yards.

The Wolves played the final three games of the season without Olympic League co-MVP quarterback/linebacker Frank Catelli, who suffered a hip flexor/groin muscle injury against Olympic on October 13th.

He re-aggravated the injury in a 33-13 loss to North Kitsap the following week.

  "We overcame a lot of things." said Wiker. "Frank Catelli plays in 5 games out of 10 on a good team, but not a great one, then you take out our best player, who is great . . . we accomplished a lot.

"No offense to anyone, but going into the playoffs with a backup quarterback (Wiker) and backup running back (Lopaka Yasumura) is not the most ideal thing in the world," Erik Wiker noted.  "Jack's only been a quarterback half a season.  He'll be a great one next year."

Despite the season-ending loss, Wiker said the Wolves can be proud of another Olympic League championship and their non-league victory at Whatcom County powerhouse Meridian.
The Wolves finished the season with a 9-2 record. "I think they overachieved." said Wiker.

Scoring by Quarters:

WF West - 28  3  21   0 - 52
Sequim  -     0  7    0 14 - 21

Scoring Summary:

1st quarter:

West - Mitch Gueller 60 yd run (Kyler Huang kick) 10:58

West - Mitch Gueller 73 yd run (Huang kick) 9:53

West - Bryce Hanson 2 yd run (Huang kick) 8:44

West - Alex Cox 21 yd pass from Mitch Gueller :30

2nd quarter:

Seq  - Jack Wiker 1 yd run (Mitch Koonz kick) 4:29

West - Kyler Huang 27 yd Field Goal :20

3rd quarter:

West - Bryce Hanson 5 yd run (Huang kick) 11:16

West - Keylen Steen 2 yd run (Huang kick) 7:01

West - Connor Cooke 2 yd run (Huang kick) :09

4th quarter:

Seq  - Jack Wiker 11 yd run (Koonz kick) 9:19

Seq  - Lopaka Yasumura 26 yd run (Koonz kick) 2:00

Individual Statistics:


WF West -- Mitch Gueller 14-226, Bryce Hanson 9-71, Keylen Steen 2-35, Bradley Downs 3-23, Conner Cooke 5-20, Tanner Gueller 1-7, Cody Sanchez 1-4, Colten Gray 1-4, Shelby Spahr 4-0, Justin Shoemaker 1-2.

Sequim -- Jack Wiker 19-83, Lopaka Yasumura 7-38, Tyler Forshaw 2-6. 


WF West -- Mitch Gueller 7-13-68 yards, Tanner Gueller 0-1.

Sequim - Jack Wiker 18-38-154 yards, 4 INT. 


WF West -- Joseph Rothlin 2-24, Andrew White 2-21, Alex Cox 1-20, Bryce Hanson 1-5, Colton Watson 1-(-2).

Sequim -- Lopaka Yasumura 4-53, Nick Ramirez 5-38, Michael Ballard 3-30, Tyler Forshaw 4-24, Christian Miles 1-5, Jonathan Campbell 1-4.