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Saturday, October 26, 2013

2013 Football Game 8 - Port Angeles 37, Sequim 21

PREP FOOTBALL: Port Angeles 37, Sequim 21

(Sequim) -- Junior quarterback Ryan Rodocker threw two touchdown passes in the third quarter, propelling the Port Angeles Roughriders to a 37-21 victory over the winless Sequim High Wolves.
It was the first Port Angeles win against Sequim in the Rainshadow Rumble since 2007, when Eric Lane led the Riders to a 27-20 victory in Sequim.
The Roughriders took advantage of their size advantage on the offensive line to pile up 283 rushing yards on the night.
Rodocker, who replaced an injured Nathan Angevine last week at North Kitsap, effectively used play fakes on rollouts to complete 3 of his 8 passes for 71 yards and had one interception.
PA scores 15 straight in 3rd quarter
The game was tied at 15 at intermission and Miki Andrus got PA into Sequim territory on a 60-yard punt return early in the third period to the Sequim 19.
Three plays later, Rodocker found Andrus in the left corner of the end zone for a 19-yard scoring play, putting the Roughriders ahead 23-15 after Rodocker scored the 2 point conversion off a fizzled PAT snap.
Andrus had 2 catches for 46 yards.
Four minutes later, Rodocker got TD pass number 2 with a 25-yarder to Steven Lauderback, putting the visitors ahead 30-15 with 1:14 to go in the third quarter.
Wolves narrow gap
The Wolves took advantage of 6 yard punt early in the fourth quarter to take possession at the Rider 19.
Wolves quarterback Miguel Moroles scored on an 8-yard run, chopping the PA lead to 30-21 after a missed extra point.
Moroles was Sequim's leading rusher with 133 yards on 24 carries.
Port Angeles (2-6 overall, 2-4 in Olympic League play) asserted their will on the ground late as Andrus scored the final touchdown on an 8-yard run with 3:29 left and a 37-21 PA advantage.
Andrus carried the ball 17 for 120 yards.
Port Angeles had a big edge in rushing yardage, outgaining Sequim 283-185.
The Roughriders had a 354-290 advantage in total yards.
0-0 after 1st period
After a scoreless first quarter, the Roughriders got on the board first, taking advantage of a Sequim turnover-on-downs at the Wolves 42.
Matt Robbins crossed the Sequim goal line from 4 yards out with 9:36 left in the first quarter and PA led 8-0.
Robbins had 9 carries for 25 yards, but left the contest with a possible shoulder injury.
Center Billy Minks recovered a fumble in the end zone for the 2 point conversion.
Sequim (0-8 overall, 0-6 in Olympic League play) answered 34 seconds later after a big Brett Wright kickoff return put the Wolves in PA territory.
Josiah Anastasi caught a 6-yard scoring pass from Moroles and Ian Dennis caught the 2 point pass, tying the contest at 8.
Anastasi had 2 grabs for 10 yards, while Dennis caught 3 passes for 33 yards.
Port Angeles answered on the first play of the ensuing drive as Nick LaSorsa rumbled 60 yards for a Roughrider TD and the guests were ahead 15-8.
LaSorsa packed the pigskin 15 times for 137 yards.
Sequim tied the game on a 4th-and-13 from the PA 22 as Moroles connected with Dennis on a beautiful rainbow pass at the goal post with 32 seconds before intermission for the tie at 15 apiece.
Moroles completed 8 of his 15 passes for 105 yards, 2 touchdowns and had 1 interception.
Home games next week
Both schools have home games next week, with Sequim hosting North Mason and PA entertaining Kingston for Homecoming at Civic Field.
Scoring by Quarters:
PA - 0 15 15 7 - 37
Seq - 0 15 0 6 - 21
Scoring Summary:
2nd Quarter:
PA - Matt Robbins 4 run (Billy Minks recovered fumble for 2 pts) 9:36
PA - Nick LaSorsa 60 run (Jens Konerding kick) 8:44
3rd Quarter:
PA - Miki Andrus 19 pass from Ryan Rodocker (Rodocker run) 5:16
PA - Steven Lauderback 25 pass from Rodocker (Konerding kick) 1:14
4th Quarter:
PA - Miki Andrus 8 run (Konerding kick) 3:29

Saturday, October 19, 2013

2013 Football Game 7 - Klahowya 44, Sequim 21

PREP FOOTBALL: Klahowya 44, Sequim 21

October 19th, 2013 - 1:44am
(Silverdale) -- Klahowya quarterback Connor Langholff threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for 2 more scores as the Eagles throttled the Sequim High Wolves 44-21 Friday night at Silverdale Stadium.
Langholff hit Kaler Rodgers on a 24-yard TD pass and then scored on an 11-yard QB keeper to put Klahowya ahead 15-0 after the first period.
Sequim (0-7, 0-5 in Olympic League play) scored to cut the Eagles lead to 15-7 when Miguel Moroles connected with Brett Wright on a 10-yard TD pass.
The Eagles led 22-7 at intermission after Langholff hit Jon Harris on a 23-yard scoring toss.
Klahowya (4-3, 2-3 in Olympic League play) went ahead 29-7 after Latrell Simpson ran for an 8-yard TD jaunt on the Eagles first possession after halftime.
Sequim got back into the contest by scoring on two consecutive possessions -- a 51-yard bomb from Moroles to Wright and a 2-yard plunge by Chris Whitaker -- cutting the lead to 29-21 with 42 seconds left in the third quarter.
Klahowya quashed the Sequim comeback with two straight scores in the final period with a pair of 4-yard touchdown runs -- the first from Jon Harris and the last from Langholff.
Next week, Klahowya travels to Belfair to play North Mason, while Sequim will host Port Angeles.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 0 7 14 0 -- 21
Kla - 15 7 7 15 -- 44
Scoring Summary:
1st Quarter:
Kla - Kaler Rodgers 24 pass from Connor Langholff (Connor Schnuit pass from James Charoenmak) 8:07
Kla - Connor Langholff 11 run (Kasey Trask kick)
2nd Quarter:
Kla - Jon Harris 23 pass from Langholff (Trask kick) 1:54
3rd Quarter:
Kla - Latrell Simpson 8 run (Trask kick) 7:57
4th Quarter:
Kla - Harris 4 run (Trask kick) 10:22
Kla - Connor Langholff 4 run (Eli Everson pass from Charoenmak) 6:44

Saturday, October 12, 2013

2013 Football Game 6 - Kingston 52, Sequim 7

PREP FOOTBALL: Kingston 52, Sequim 7

(Kingston) -- A blocked punt recovered for a touchdown and 4 interceptions of Sequim quarterbacks led to an first half onslaught by the Kingston Buccaneers as they routed the Wolves 52-7 Friday night.
The Buccaneers (5-1, 4-0 in Olympic League play) led 45-0 at halftime, triggering the mercy rule for a continuous running of the game clock during the second half.
Tucker Burns recovered a punt block in the end zone in the first 2 minutes of the contest to put the Bucs ahead 7-0.
Nick Tabanera scored on a 55-yard run as Kingston led 14-0 after the first quarter.
The floodgates opened for 31 more points by the Buccaneers in the second stanza.
Ryan Fick had a 31-yard field goal, then Bobby Reece returned a punt 61 yards to pay dirt, making 24-0 Bucs.
Kingston scored 3 touchdowns in the final 3:45 before intermission -- a Reece 3-yard TD pass to Nathan Carleton, a 3-yard Tabanera run and a 21-yard scoring jaunt by fullback Aaron Dickson.
Sequim's lone score came on a 42-yard run by Ty Jones with 2:09 left in the third quarter.
Paul Johnson got the final Kingston TD on a 5-yard run with 4:30 remaining in the contest.
Sequim (0-6, 0-4 in Olympic League play) travels to Klahowya Friday, while Kingston goes to Bremerton.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

2013 Football Game 5 - Olympic 28, Sequim 12

PREP FOOTBALL: Olympic 28, Sequim 12

(Sequim) -- The Olympic High Trojans arrived late to Sequim High's Homecoming game, but ended up running away from the Wolves 28-12.
A traffic problem delayed the Silverdale club's bus ride from the Kitsap Peninsula Friday night, causing the kickoff to be pushed back by 10 minutes.
Sequim had the upper hand in the first half, leading 6-0 at intermission by virtue of Nate Nelson's 4-yard TD run with 7:35 left in the second period.
After the 20 minute Homecoming halftime, the Trojans took the lead on the first play of the second half when Keshun McGee raced 69 yards for a score off tackle, putting the visitors ahead 7-6 after Makaleb McInnis' PAT kick.
Olympic extended its lead to 14-6 on Logan Madison's 1-yard plunge with 3:10 left in the third stanza.
McGee scored to cap off another one play drive from 80 yards with 7:13 to go in the game, boosting it to 21-6.
Sequim quarterback Miguel Moroles punctuated a 10-play, 77-yard march with a 7-yard scoring keeper and chopped the Trojan lead to 21-12 with 4:03 left.
Olympic finished the scoring with 1:21 to go on a 20-yard TD run by Madison.
Sequim (0-5, 0-3 in Olympic League play) travels to Kingston next week, while the Trojans (3-2, 2-1 in Olympic League play) hosts Klahowya at Silverdale Stadium.
Scoring by Quarters:
Oly - 0 0 14 14 -- 28
Seq - 0 6 0 6 -- 12
Scoring Summary:
2nd quarter:
3rd quarter:
Oly - Keshun McGee 69 run (Makaleb McInnis kick) 11:41
Oly - Logan Madison 1 run (McInnis kick) 3:10
4th quarter:
Oly - Keshun McGee 80 run (McInnis kick) 7:13
Oly - Logan Madison 20 run (McInnis kick) 1:21