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Saturday, September 27, 2014

14 Football Game 4 - North Kitsap 33, Sequim 13

North Kitsap smothers Sequim 33-13

September 26th, 2014 - 11:56pm
(Poulsbo) -- A smothering North Kitsap defense kept Sequim without an offensive touchdown Friday night as the Vikings defeated the Wolves 33-13.
Sequim (3-1 overall and 1-1 in Olympic League 2A Division) got a pair of kickoff returns for touchdowns by freshman Gavin Velarde - a 95-yarder to open the game and a 91-yarder with 1:23 left in the contest.

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The Vikings (4-0 overall and 1-0 in the Olympic League 2A Division) tied the game at 6-6 with 7:55 left in the opening quarter on quarterback Alex Allbee's 1-yard sneak.
A Sequim fumble at the North 48 triggered a quick Vikings drive -- 52 yards in 3 plays -- with fullback Kyle North blasting the final 5 yards as NK had a 13-6 advantage with 9:16 until halftime.
A 26-yard Kyle North run was the key play in another Vikings TD march, capped by TJ Jensen's 8-yard run with 6:28 left in the half, boosting the score to 20-6, NK's halftime cushion.
Jensen tallied his 2nd TD, also from 8 yards with 1:48 left in the 3rd period, making it 27-6 NK.
Backup running back Sam Henden visited the Sequim end zone with 1:45 left, pushing the lead to 33-6.
North Kitsap visits North Mason next week, while Sequim hosts Centralia in a non-leaguer.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 06 00 00 07 -- 13
NK -- 06 14 07 06 -- 33
Scoring Summary:
First Quarter:
NK -- Alex Allbee 1 run (kick blocked) 7:55
Second Quarter:
NK -- Kyle North 5 run (Andrew Hecker kick) 9:16
NK -- TJ Jensen 8 run (Hecker kick) 6:28
Third Quarter:
NK -- TJ Jensen 8 run (Hecker kick) 1:48
Fourth Quarter:
NK -- Sam Henden 10 run (kick failed) 1:45

Saturday, September 20, 2014

2014 Football Game 3 - Sequim 27, Kingston 19

Sequim 27, Kingston 19

(Sequim) -- The Sequim High Wolves came up with a huge defensive stop in the final minutes against Kingston, holding on for a 27-19 victory against the Buccaneers.
The Wolves (3-0 overall, 1-0 in Olympic League 2A Division play) overcame a 16-14 deficit at intermission, scoring a pair of third quarter touchdowns -- a 20-yard run by quarterback Miguel Moroles and a 5-yard Moroles pass to Ian Dennis -- in taking a 27-16 advantage.
Sequim was driving once again in the final quarter, but Kingston defensive back Alex Barrett made a leaping interception of Moroles with 11 minutes remaining at mid-field.
Kingston rallies
The Buccaneers drove deep into Wolves territory, but stalled and settled for Ryan Fick's 28-yard field goal with 7:51 left, closing to within 27-19.
Kingston (0-3 overall, 0-1 in Olympic League 2A Division play) held Sequim to 3 plays-and-out, taking over possession after a punt at the Sequim 47 with 5:18 to go.
Nine plays later, the Bucs faced a 4th-and-3 at the Wolves 15, but Garrett Rouser came up inches short after the official's measurement, turning possession over to the Wolves with 2 minutes left.
The deal was sealed for Sequim after a Kingston offside penalty on a 4th-and-4 with 33 seconds left gave the Wolves a first down.
See-Saw battle in first half
Sequim got on the board first with a 40-yard Miguel Moroles run with 10:32 left in the opening quarter for a 7-0 Wolves lead.
Kingston answered with Garrett Rouser's 1 yard run with 1:37 remaining before the first break, tying the score at 7.
Moroles put the Wolves up 14-7 with 1:35 left in the first half on a 1-yard keeper.
The pivotal moment of the first half came with 6:30 left until intermission when the Bucs blocked Adrian Espinoza's punt.
The ball rolled through the end zone for a safety, making the score 14-9 Sequim, but giving the ball back to Kingston after the free kick.
The Buccaneers drove 56 yards in 9 plays, with quarterback Jack Colleto going the final 4 yards for the TD, putting Kingston ahead 16-14 at halftime.
Next week
Sequim will face state-ranked North Kitsap in Poulsbo Friday, while Kingston will host North Mason.
Scoring by Quarters:
King - 07 07 13 00 -- 27
Sequ - 07 09 00 03 -- 19
Scoring Summary:
First Quarter:
King - Garrett Rouser 5 run (Ryan Fick kick) 1:37
Second Quarter:
King - Safety (blocked Espinoza punt crossed end line) 6:30
King - Jack Colleto 4 run (Fick kick) 3:20
Third Quarter:
Fourth Quarter:
King - Ryan Fick 28 yd Field Goal 7:51

Saturday, September 13, 2014

2014 Football Game 2 - Sequim 40, Coupeville 18

Sequim 40, Coupeville 18

September 12th, 2014 - 11:59pm


2014 Sequim Wolves football team on MV Kennewick at Port Townsend ferry terminal enroute Coupeville High.  Sequim beat Coupeville 40-18.

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(Coupeville) -- The football Battle of the Wolves went to Sequim High Friday night, beating Coupeville 40-18 on Whidbey Island.
The penalty-filled affair featured a combined 25 flags for 244 yards.
Coupeville tallied first on a 27-yard field goal by Joel Walstad, as the hosts led 3-0 with 6:31 left in the opening stanza.
Mark Feeney had a pair of short touchdown runs in the first half and Chris Whitaker returned an interception 85 yards for a pick-six TD just 8 seconds before halftime, as Sequim (2-0) went to the locker room ahead 27-3 at intermission.
Senior quarterback Miguel Moroles, the WIAA Class 2A Student-Athlete of the Week, threw for an 11-yard TD pass to Bailey Earley in the second period and ran 5 yards for another score in the third quarter as Sequim forged ahead 34-3.
Coupeville (1-1) fought on as quarterback Joel Walstad connected with mercurial running back Josh Bayne on an 11-yard TD pass, closing the deficit to 34-10 with 3:04 left in the third quarter.
On Sequim's next drive, Ian Dennis rambled down the sideline 39 yards with a pass from Moroles, but a Coupeville defender managed to knock the ball away at the 1-yard line with the pigskin passing over the goal line and through the end zone.
The officials ruled a touchback, giving Coupeville possession at their own 20.
Coupeville closed within 16 points with 8:23 remaining after Lathom Kelley ran 5 yards for a touchdown, 34-18.
Coupeville recovered the ensuing kickoff at its own 47. The Sequim defense responded to the challenge as Walstad's pass on 4th-and-4 from the Sequim 22 fell incomplete with 5:48 left.
Sequim played ball control until speedy freshman Gavin Velarde broke loose on a jet sweep, turning on the afterburners for a 59-yard scoring sprint and a 40-18 Sequim advantage.
Sequim was flagged 16 times for 159 yards, Coupeville 9 for 85.
Sequim opens Olympic League 2A division play Friday, hosting Kingston, while Coupeville hosts Chimacum in both schools Olympic 1A division debut.
Scoring by Quarters:
Sequ - 07 20 07 06 -- 40
Coup - 03 00 07 08 -- 18
Scoring Summary:
First Quarter:
Coup - Joel Walstad 27 yard Field Goal 6:37
Second Quarter:
Third Quarter:
Coup - Josh Bayne 15 pass from Joel Walstad (Walstad kick) 3:04
Fourth Quarter:
Coup - Lathom Kelley 5 run (CJ Smith pass from Walstad) 8:23

Friday, September 5, 2014

2014 Football Game 1 -- Sequim 47, Chimacum 21

Sequim 47, Chimacum 21

(Sequim) -- Senior quarterback Miguel Moroles ran for two touchdowns and threw for another as the Sequim High Wolves stomped the Chimacum Cowboys 47-21 in a non-league season opener Friday night.
Sequim freshman Gavin Velarde scored 17 of the Wolves points, with a 60-yard TD reception and 13-yard run, plus five extra point kicks.
The Wolves broke an 11-game losing streak, dating back to October 19th, 2012, when Sequim beat Port Angeles 34-7 at Civic Field.
Chimacum (0-1) scored first, taking advantage of a fumble on the opening kickoff, driving 35 yards in 6 plays with tailback Drew Yackulic scoring on a 3-yard run.
The Cowboys were ahead 6-0, a lead that lasted just two plays. Moroles sprinted 63 yards for Sequim on a keeper, putting the Wolves on top 7-6.
Seven consecutive Sequim touchdowns triggered the mercy rule with 1:08 remaining in the third period when the hosts forged ahead 47-6 after a 1-yard TD run by freshman Hayden Gresli.
Junior running back Ty Jones had a pair of scoring runs for the Wolves, from 37 and 5 yards, respectively.
Chimacum scored a couple of TD's in the final quarter, a 1-yard run by Victor Hitt and a 50-yard interception return by Lane Dotson.
Sequim (1-0) will visit Coupeville next Friday, while the Cowboys entertain the Forks Spartans.
Scoring by Quarters:
Chim - 06 00 00 15 - 21
Sequ - 14 19 14 00 - 47
Scoring Summary:
First Quarter:
Chim - Drew Yackulic 3 run (kick failed) 9:15
Second Quarter:
Third Quarter:
Fourth Quarter:
Chim - Victor Hitt 1 run (Trevon Noel run) 4:08
Chim - Lane Dotson 50 interception return :54

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2014 Sequim Varsity Football Schedule

Sept. 5 Chimacum (NL) 6:30 air  7:00 kick

Sept. 12 at Coupeville (NL) 5:00 air  5:30 kick

Sept. 19 Kingston         6:30 air  7:00 kick

Sept. 26 at North Kitsap 6:30 air  7:00 kick

Oct. 3 Centralia (NL) 6:30 air  7:00 kick

Oct. 10 North Mason 6:30 air  7:00 kick

Oct. 17 at Port Angeles 6:30 air  7:00 kick

Oct. 24 at Olympic         6:30 air  7:00 kick

Oct. 31 Bremerton         6:30 air  7:00 kick

Nov. 7 or 8 District seeding game