The Hyacks from New Westminster Secondary School in British Columbia will cross the border for a trip to the Olympic Peninsula to meet the Wolves, the winners of 7 of the past 9 Olympic League 2A football titles.
Fans are being reminded that Friday's contest will have an early start with Newsradio KONP's online airtime at 5 p.m. and the kickoff from Sequim High School at 5:30 p.m.
The live audio streamcast is available by clicking the Sequim Wolves logo at www.konp.com
A young Sequim squad will be meeting a veteran Canadian group from New Westminster.
Coach Erik Wiker's Wolves are trying to rebound from a rare losing season in 2012, when Sequim posted a 2-7 mark.
Wiker has collected 71 wins entering his 10th season at Sequim.
Sequim has just 6 seniors listed on the varsity roster with 14 juniors, 12 sophomores and 5 freshmen.
Junior Miguel Moroles will be featured at quarterback in Sequim's shotgun and pistol-based offensive attack.
Moroles will throw the pigskin to a quartet of wideouts, including Nathan Henning, Brett Wright, Arnold Black-Langston and Josiah Anastasi.
Senior Adam Knapman will run out of the Wolves backfield.
Big senior Alex Serrano, 6-1, 250, a first team All-Olympic League selection from 2012, will anchor the offensive line at left tackle.
Seniors Austin Sampson and Brett Wright will lead a quick, but youthful 4-4 defense that starts 4 juniors and 4 sophomores.
Coach Farhan Lalji's New Westminster Hyacks look to rebound from a 3-7 mark in 2012 in B.C.'s Triple-A ranks.
They started the 2013 campaign last Thursday with a come-from-behind 21-14 victory over South Delta, the defending provincial champion in the BC Double-A classification.
Grade 12 quarterback Tommy Robertson scored three rushing touchdowns in the Hyacks' win over the Sun Devils.
New West's Grade 11 offensive tackle Harper Sherman, a 6-5, 255-pounder, is being courted by several colleges south of the border for scholarship offers.
The Hyacks have an experienced squad with 30 upperclassmen on their varsity roster.
No adjustments to 11-man football will be necessary for New Westminster for their game with Sequim. British Columbia is only province in Canada where prep teams to take to the gridiron using American Football rules.
New Westminster primarily uses the Wing-T and Shotgun-T offensive formations with a 3-4 look on defense.
Friday's Sequim - New Westminster game will be rebroadcast Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. on Newsradio KONP - at FM 101.7 and AM 1450.