Saturday, October 27, 2012

2012 Football Game 9 - North Mason 28, Sequim 6

PREP FOOTBALL: North Mason 28, Sequim 6

(Belfair) -- North Mason broke open a tight contest with 3 touchdowns in the fourth quarter and beat the Sequim High Wolves 28-6 Friday night in the rain and mud at Phil Pugh Stadium in Belfair.
Sequim (2-7 overall and 2-5 in Olympic League play) opened the scoring 3 minutes into the game on a 19-yard run by Lopaka Yasamura.
The three play scoring drive was set up by North Mason's Tommy Renne's fumble on the Bulldogs' first scrimmage play at the Sequim 41.
The 6-0 Sequim margin held up for almost 28 minutes. North Mason (5-4 overall, 4-3 in Olympic League play) turned the tide on a fumbled Sequim punt snap recovered in the end zone for a touchdown by Chase Schoonhoven with 5:22 left in the third period.
Aaron North's PAT gave North Mason a 7-6 advantage. Early in the final period, a muffed punt return by Sequim's Yasamura put North Mason into scoring territory.
The Bulldogs' freshmen quarterback Matt Becker threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Levi Rowland with 9:13 left, increasing the North Mason lead to 14-6.
Tommy Renne had two touchdown runs later in the final quarter to put the game away for the Bulldogs.
In other Olympic League games Friday, Bremerton trounced Klahowya 56-13, North Kitsap downed Olympic 29-12 and Kingston sank Port Angeles 40-7.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

2012 Football Game 8 - Sequim 34, Port Angeles 7

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim 34, Port Angeles 7

(Port Angeles) -- Sequim High's Jack Wiker and Lopaka Yasamura combined for 261 rushing yards Friday night as the Wolves beat the Port Angeles Roughriders 34-7.
Rain and wind swept Civic Field for most of the game, Sequim's fifth consecutive win in the Clallam County rivalry.
The teams exchanged 4 punts in a scoreless first period before Sequim took advantage of a Christian Miles punt return into Port Angeles territory to break the stalemate.
Quarterback Jack Wiker capped a ground pounding 5-play, 42-yard drive with a 5-yard touchdown jaunt.
A blocked extra point left the Wolves ahead 6-0 with 9:52 remaining in the second quarter.
Wiker carried the ball 19 times for 107 yards.
Port Angeles (0-8 overall, 0-6 in Olympic League play) entered Sequim territory twice before halftime, but failed to convert two fourth-down attempts; one from the Wolves 45, another from the 35-yard-line.
Miles suffered an apparent rib injury on the play and did not return to the game.
Three plays later, Wiker lofted a fade pass down the right sideline to receiver Brett Wright for a 25-yard touchdown with 29 seconds left.
Wiker's two-point conversion run gave the guests a 14-0 advantage at halftime.
Wiker completed 9-of-14 passes for 86 yards.
The Wolves moved into Roughrider country to start the second half, but Wiker coughed up the ball on a fumble recovered by PA at Rider 48 with 8 minutes left in the third quarter.
Aided by a Sequim personal foul penalty, the Roughriders had a first-down at the Sequim 25.
A holding penalty stymied PA, but Chapman hit Jonathan Newlin for 9 yards setting up a 4th-and-6 from the Sequim 20.
Nathan Angevine broke open a counter play from his right slotback position and scampered 20 yards across Civic Field's muddy baseball diamond to score with 5:56 left in the third quarter.
Angevine had 20 yards on 8 carries.
Vincent Ioffrida's PAT kick closed the gap to 14-7.
An energized Riders' sideline and crowd sensed a momentum shift, but Sequim was up to the challenge.
Wiker tested the PA line twice for 8 yards, leaving Sequim in a 3rd-and-2 at its 46.
Lopaka Yasamura popped through a seam up the middle, turned on the burners and showed his heels to the PA defenders on a 54-yard TD sprint.
Wiker's 2-point conversion run pushed the Wolves out to a 22-7 lead with 3:20 left in the third.
PA never threatened again and Sequim scored on its next two possessions - both marches ending with Yasamura TD runs in the fourth quarter.
Yasamura racked up 154 yards on 18 carries.
PA's Chapman completed 4-of-10 passes for 32 yards. Brian Cristion was the leading Roughrider rusher with 43 yards on 4 carries.
Sequim (2-6 overall, 2-4 in Olympic League play) outgained Port Angeles 352 to 93.

 In other Olympic League games Friday, Kingston beat North Kitsap 31-27 and Bremerton downed Olympic 46-7.  North Mason meets Klahowya Saturday night at Silverdale Stadium.
Both Clallam teams will be on the road next week, Port Angeles travels to Kingston and Sequim visits North Mason in Belfair.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 0 14 8 12 - 34
P.A.- 0 0 7 0 - 7
Scoring Summary
2nd quarter:
3rd quarter:
4th quarter:
Individual Statistics:
Seq - Jack Wiker 9-14, 86 yds, 1 TD.
P.A.- Larsson Chapman 4-10, 32 yds, 1 INT.
Seq - Jack Wiker 19-107-1 TD, Lopaka Yasamura 18-154-3 TD, Chris Whitaker 2-5.
P.A.- Nick LaSorsa 3-4, Nathan Angevine 8-20-1 TD, Miki Andrus 14-13, Brian Cristion 4-43, Tate Priest 2-4, Larsson Chapman 5-(-23).
Seq - Christian Miles 2-12, Lopaka Yasumura 1-3, Brett Wright 3-44-1TD, Austin Law 2-19, Luke Mooney 1-8.
P.A.- Jonathan Newlin 1-9, Miki Andrus 2-14, Hunter Hathaway 1-9.
Team Statistics:
Total Yards:
Seq - 53-352 (266 rush, 86 pass)
P.A.- 46-93 (61 rush, 32 pass)
First Downs:
Seq - 13 (2 Pass, 10 rush, 1 penalty)
P.A.- 5 (2 Pass, 3 rush)
Third Down Conversion:
Seq - 5-11 45%
P.A.- 3-12 25%
Seq - 11-80
P.A.- 6-61
Seq - 2 (2 fumbles)
P.A.- 4 (1 interception, 3 turnovers on downs)

Friday, October 12, 2012

2012 Football Game 7 - Sequim 37, Klahowya 32

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim 37, Klahowya 32

October 12th, 2012 - 11:32pm

(Sequim) -- The Sequim High Wolves earned their first victory of the season in thrilling fashion Friday night, holding off the Klahowya Eagles in the final minute for a 37-32 Olympic League victory.
Trailing 31-13 entering the final quarter, the Eagles rallied for three touchdowns within 2 minutes and 15 seconds -- fueled by a pair of Sequim turnovers -- taking a 32-31 advantage when quarterback Jacob Sheets hit Grady Bashore with a 17-yard touchdown pass with 8:45 remaining.
It was the duo's second scoring connection of the evening.
Sheets completed 12 of 27 passes on the night for 191 yards and 3 touchdowns, also rushing 23 times for 76 yards and a score.
Sequim (1-6 overall, 1-4 in Olympic League play) converted a 4th-and-3 from the Eagles 13 with 2:05 left into a 13-yard Jack Wiker-to-Christian Miles touchdown pass, going ahead 37-32.
Wiker completed 12 of 21 passes for 123 yards and 2 scores, also rushing 25 times for 149 yards and a TD.
Miles caught 5 balls for 57 yards.
Eagles' final drive falls short
Klahowya (4-3 overall, 2-3 in Olympic League play) drove 11 plays into Sequim territory for a 1st-and-Goal at the Wolves 7 with 26 seconds left.
Andrew Shimer sacked Sheets for a 4-yard loss on first down, then Sheets threw 2 successive incompletions on 2nd and 3rd down under tremendous blitz pressure from the Wolves.
On 4th-and-goal from the Sequim 11 with just 11 seconds left, Sheets had a receiver flash open at the goal line on a post pattern, but Bashore could only manage to get one hand on the ball before it fell to the turf incomplete, setting off a raucous Wolves homecoming victory celebration.
Sequim roared to 19-0 lead
Sequim roared to an early 19-0 first quarter lead, scoring first on a 50-yard scoring sprint from Lopaka Yasamura on the second scrimmage play of the contest.
Yasamura packed the pigskin 30 times for 248 yards and 3 visits to the Klahowya end zone.
The Eagles answered the Wolves with 1:33 remaining in the opening period when Sheets finished a drive with an 8-yard run, making it 19-6 for the hosts after one quarter.
The teams continued to exchange touchdowns in the second period, Yasamura scampering 42 yards to pay dirt with 8:25 until halftime and a Wolves bulge of 25-6.
Klahowya running back Latrell Simpson closed the margin to 25-13 on a 2-yard run with 6:51 left in the second.
Yasamura had the final TD of the half at the 3:16 mark from 8 yards and the halftime score of 31-13 Sequim.
Josh Ganowski caught 7 passes for Klahowya, gaining 119 yards and a score.

Sequim travels to Port Angeles Friday, while Klahowya hosts North Mason.

In other Olympic League games Friday, North Kitsap downed Port Angeles  41-12, Bremerton ripped Kingston 37-0 and Olympic beat North Mason 26-7.
Scoring by Quarters:
KSS - 6 7 0 19 - 32
Seq - 19 12 0 6 - 37
Scoring Summary:
1st quarter:
2nd quarter:
4th quarter:
Individual Statistics:
KSS - Jacob Sheets 12-27, 191 yds, 3TD.
Seq - Jack Wiker 12-21, 123 yds, 2 TD, 1INT.
KSS - Jacob Sheets 23-76, Latrell Simpson 11-15, Jonathan Harris 2-(-3).
Seq - Lopaka Yasamura 30-248, Jack Wiker 25-149.
KSS - Grady Bashore 2-36, Josh Ganowski 7-119, Carlos Vallejo 2-18, Latrell Simpson 1-18.
Seq - Lopaka Yasamura 3-21, Christian Miles 5-57, Jody Allen 2-30, Brett Wright 1-6, Ian Dennis 1-9.
Team Statistics:
Total Yards:
KSS 67-275 (84 rush, 191 pass)
Seq 76-520 (397 rush, 123 pass)
KSS 2-17
Seq 7-70
KSS 3 (3 turnovers on downs)
Seq 4 (2 fumbles, 1 INT, 1 TOD)

Saturday, October 6, 2012

2012 Football Game 6 - Kingston 47, Sequim 28

PREP FOOTBALL: Kingston 47, Sequim 28

October 6th, 2012 - 1:30am
(Sequim) -- The Kingston Buccaneers rolled up 456 yards of total offense Friday night, smashing the Sequim High Wolves 47-28.
Junior tailback Nick Tabanera rushed for 182 yards on 35 carries and 4 touchdowns.
Fullback Aaron Dickson added 61 bruising yards on 8 carries as Kingston tallied 265 yards on the ground.
Sequim (0-6 and 0-4 in the Olympic League play) took the initial lead at 7-0 after quarterback Jack Wiker capped a 10-play, 78-yard march on a 10-yard run to paydirt.
Wiker packed the ball 19 times for 163 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Mixing plays superbly, Kingston quarterback Bobby Reece drove the Bucs 80 yards to the tying touchdown in 9 plays - 5 rushes and 4 passes -- finishing with a 13-yard scoring toss to Nathan Carleton.
The contest remained tied at 7 until the 9:30 mark of the second quarter when Tabanera punched in a 3-yard TD run, making it 14-7 Bucs.
Kingston (3-3 and 3-1 in Olympic League play) extended its advantage to 21-7 after Reece connected on a 50-yard scoring strike to Henry English with 4:52 until halftime.
The Wolves answered with 2:31 remaining in the period on a 26-yard Wiker TD run, closing the game to 21-14.
Kingston put another marker on the board before intermission, aided by a 24-yard pass from Reece-to- Carleton and a 15-yard roughing the passer penalty on the Wolves.
Tabanera's second of four visits to the Sequim endzone boosted the Bucs halftime bulge to 27-14.
Kingston failed to score a long march that ate up the first 6 minutes of the 3rd quarter, stymied in the red zone on a holding penalty and a pass interference flag as the Bucs turned the ball over on downs at the Sequim 26.
The back-breaking Kingston score came 49 seconds into the final quarter when Reece hit Matt Shaw in the flat and the big tight end steamrolled 19 yards to the goal line, putting the Bucs up 34-14.
The teams exchanged touchdowns the rest of the way - 2 by Sequim's Wiker and 2 by Kingston's Tabanera.
The Bucs victory ended a string of 5 consecutive Sequim wins in a lopsided series where the Wolves outscored Kingston 239 to 54 between 2007 and 2011.
In other Friday Olympic League contests, Bremerton routed Port Angeles 63-7, North Kitsap downed North Mason 48-18 and Klahowya edged Olympic, 15-14.
Scoring by Quarters:
King - 7 20 0 20 - 47
Seq -- 7 7 0 14 - 28
Scoring Summary:
1st quarter:
2nd quarter:
4th quarter:
Individual Statistics:
Kingston - Bobby Reece 12-21, 191 yds, 3TD.
Sequim - Jack Wiker 8-21, 67 yds, Nick Faunce 1-7, 12 yds.
Kingston - Nick Tabanera 35-182, Aaron Dickson 8-61, Austin Ashworth 2-11, Bobby Reece 3-11.
Sequim - Jack Wiker 19-163, Lopaka Yasamura 9-76, Brady Vig 3-0, Christian Miles 1-2.
Kingston - Aaron Dickson 1-15, Nathan Carleton 4-55, We-Laka Chiquiti 2-23, Henry English 4-79, Matt Shaw 1-19.
Sequim - Lopaka Yasamura 3-22, Christian Miles 4-40, Sam Lidstrom 1-5, Jack Wiker 1-12.
Team Statistics:
Total Yards:
Kingston 456 (265 rushing, 191 passing)
Sequim 320 (241 rushing, 79 passing)
Kingston 6-50
Sequim 5-42
Kingston 2 (2 turnovers on downs)
Sequim 4 (1 fumble, 3 turnovers on downs)