Monday, December 21, 2015

15-16 Boys Basketball Game 9 - Lynden 62, Sequim 18

Lynden boys rip Sequim 62-18

December 21st, 2015 - 10:47pm
(Lynden) -- Christian Zamora scored 12 points and Jordan Wittenberg added 10 as the Lynden Lions ripped the Sequim Wolves 62-18 in a non-league boys basketball Monday night.
The mighty Lions, coached by former Sequim mentor Brian Roper, held a 22-0 lead over the Wolves after the first quarter.
Sequim's 18 markers were fewest points scored in a game by a Wolves boys basketball team in the past 40 years.
The Wolves hit only 7 of 41 field goal attempts in the contest.
Payton Glasser had 7 points and 5 rebounds for Sequim, while Jackson Oliver and Nick Faunce added 3 tallies apiece.
Sequim (3-6) resumes Olympic League play January 5th against North Mason.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 00 07 07 04 -- 18
Lyn - 22 11 15 14 -- 62
Scoring Summary:
Sequim (18) -- Payton Glasser 7, Jack Shea 1, Brendon Despain 2, Nate Despain 2, Jackson Oliver 3, Nick Faunce 3.
Lynden (62) -- Noah King 4, Landon DeBruin, Clayton Whitman 7, Sterling Somers 7, Connor Shine 2, Andrew Kivlighn 7, Jordan Wittenberg 10, Christian Zamora 12, Davis Bode 5, James Marsh 4, Cobe Elsner, Jared House 2, Blake Silves 2.

Sunday, December 20, 2015

15 16 Boys and Girls Basketball - Anacortes sweeps Wolves hoopsters

Anacortes basketball downs Sequim boys and girls

December 20th, 2015 - 1:10am

The Anacortes Seahawks boys and girls basketball teams got easy home court wins against Sequim Saturday. 

In the doubleheader opener, the Anacortes girls scored the first 26 points of the contest on the way to a 64-17 rout over the Lady Wolves (2-5).

In the nightcap, the Seahawks boys defeated Sequim 67-47.

The Sequim boys (3-5) will play Monday at Lynden, while the girls are idle until after the New Year.

15 16 Boys and Girls Basketball - Olympic beats Sequim boys and girls

Sequim hoopsters drop pair to Olympic

December 18th, 2015 - 11:38pm

(Silverdale) -- The Olympic Trojans pulled away in the final quarter to defeat the Sequim Wolves 36-29 Friday night at Olympic Gymnasium. 

In a low scoring, defensive-minded boys basketball contest, Sequim led 10-6 after one period and the Trojans were ahead 15-14 at halftime.

The Wolves had a 22-19 advantage after three frames, but the Trojans had a 17-7 run in the final period to take the win. 

Sequim (0-3 in Olympic League 2A play and 3-4 overall, visit Anacortes Saturday and Lynden on Monday.

In the girls game at Rick Kaps Gym, Olympic took a 42-34 decision over the Lady Wolves.

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

15 16 Boys and Girls Basketball - Kingston sweeps Sequim in hoops

Kingston sweeps Sequim basketball

December 16th, 2015 - 10:22pm
The Kingston Buccaneers swept the Sequim Wolves Wednesday night in Olympic League 2A Division basketball.
Boys Game: Kingston 45, Sequim 41
Gabe Gregory scored 11 points and Liam Young added 10 as the Buccaneers beat the Wolves 45-41 at Rick Kaps Gym.
The contest was tied at 12 after one quarter and Kingston had a 20-19 advantage at halftime.
Nick Faunce led Sequim with 12 points, Jackson Oliver had 11 and Payton Glasser added 10 tallies.
Ali Chiquiti and Gavin Veilleux paced the Bucs with 8 points apiece.
The loss dropped the Sequim boys to 0-2 in league play and 3-3 overall.
The Sequim boys travel to Silverdale Friday night to meet the Olympic Trojans.
Scoring by Quarters:
Kin -- 12 08 11 14 -- 45
Seq -- 12 07 10 12 -- 41
Scoring Summary:
Kingston boys (45) -- Ali Chiquiti 8, Max English 1, Connor Friedel, Popeh Chiquiti 2, Andrew Shaw 3, Ethan Sax, Gabe Gregory 11, Brett Spencer 2, Liam Young 10, Eli Miller, Gavin Veilleux 8.
Sequim boys (41) -- Payton Glasser 10, Jack Shea 4, Brendan Despain 2, Nate Despain, Jackson Oliver 11, Nick Faunce 12, Arnold Black, Riley Cowan 2.
Girls Game: Kingston 53, Sequim 40.
Lily Eckert scored 25 points as the Lady Bucs beat Sequim at Kingston High School.
The hosts led 16-11 after one period and 31-22 at intermission.
The Bucs increased their advantage to 44-28 after three periods.
Adrienne Haggerty had 18 points for Sequim and Jordan Miller added 15.
Lily Beaulieu paced Kingston with 9 points and Aileen Kaye added 7 markers.
The Lady Wolves fell to 0-2 in league play and 2-3 overall.
The Sequim girls host Olympic Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Scoring by Quarters:
Kin -- 16 15 13 09 -- 53
Seq -- 11 11 06 12 -- 40
Scoring Summary:
Kingston girls (53) -- Aileen Kaye 7, Cameron Friedel 4, Lily Eckert 25, Nichole Day 3, Breanna Siebers, Skyler Bakken, Karleigh Gomez 2, Shilene George 3, Lily Beaulieu 9.
Sequim girls (40) -- Allysen Montelius, McKenzie Bentz 2, Ella Christiansen 5, Adrienne Haggerty 18, Jordan Miller 15.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

15-16 Boys Basketball Game 5 - Sequim 55, Port Townsend 45

Sequim boys beat Port Townsend 55-45

December 15th, 2015 - 4:13am
(Port Townsend) -- Payton Glasser scored 23 points and Jackson Oliver added 14 as the visiting Sequim Wolves beat the Port Townsend Redhawks 55-45 in a non-league boys basketball game at Bruce Blevins Gym.
Sequim lead 17-10 at the first buzzer and 27-19 at halftime.
The Wolves shot 55 percent from the field for the contest, while holding the Redhawks to just 33 percent of their attempts.
Sequim played a selfless game on offense, dishing out 17 assists on 23 field goals.
The Wolves advantage was 41-28 after three quarters.
The Redhawks were led by Jacob Ralls with 16 points, while Detrius Kelsall and Seren Dances added 9 tallies each.
Port Townsend outscored Sequim 17-14 in the final period against Wolves reserves, when Ralls splashed three of his four triples.
Sequim won the rebounding battle 28-14.
The Wolves (3-2) will host Kingston Wednesday, while the Redhawks (0-5) entertain Chimacum Thursday night.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 17 10 14 14 -- 55
P.T.- 10 09 09 17 -- 45
Scoring Summary:
Sequim (55) -- Payton Glasser 23, Jack Shea 2, Brendan Despain, Nate Despain 4, Jackson Oliver 14, Alec Holland, Nick Faunce 6, Arnold Black, Riley Cowan 5.
Port Townsend (45) -- Seren Dances 9, Jacob Ralls 16, Jacob Boucher, David Sua, Detrius Kelsall 9, Ezra Easley 5, Berkeley Hill, Patrick Charlton, Kaiden Parcher 6.

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

15 16 Girls Basketball Game 3 - Neah Bay 55, Sequim 35

Neah Bay girls stop Sequim 55-35

December 9th, 2015 - 10:42pm
(Sequim) -- Tristin Johnson scored 15 points and Gina McCaulley added 11 as the Neah Bay Lady Reds beat the Sequim Wolves 55-35 at Rick Kaps Gym.
Neah Bay led 20-18 at intermission, but the Lady Reds took control in the third quarter, outscoring the Wolves 19-7 and went to the final period ahead 39-25.
Jordan Miller led Sequim with 8, Ella Christiansen added 7 and Adrienne Haggerty had 6 points.
Jessica Greene paced Neah Bay with 7, while Yonte Aguirre and Holly Greene tallied 6 markers apiece.
Sequim (1-2 overall) hosts Port Townsend Monday at 7.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.B.-10 10 19 16 -- 55
Seq--08 10 07 10 -- 35
Scoring Summary:
Neah Bay (55) - Cheyanna Svec, Hannah Olson, Jessica Greene 7, Savannah Goodrich, Yonte Aguirre 6, Holly Greene 6, Cei'J Gagnon 5, Gina McCaulley 11, Tristin Johnson 15, Starlena Halttunen 5, Mia Lovik.
Sequim (35) - Allysen Montelius 5, Carissa Leal, McKenzie Bentz 3, Ella Christiansen 7, Erica Bower, Jordan McMinn 2, Adrienne Haggerty 6, Jordan Miller 8, Alisha Grasser 4.

15 16 Boys Basketball Game 4 - Sequim 65, Neah Bay 60

Sequim boys down Neah Bay 65-60

December 9th, 2015 - 11:07pm
(Sequim) -- Jackson Oliver scored 12 of his game-high 24 points in the third quarter, fueling the Sequim Wolves to a come-from-behind 65-60 boys basketball victory over the Neah Bay Red Devils.
The Wolves trailed 11-7 at the first buzzer and 28-26 at halftime against the sharpshooting Red Devils, who fired in 5 first-half triples.
Kenrick Doherty had 3 Neah Bay treys and 11 points in the first 16 minutes, but the Wolves held him to just 3 second-half points as he finished with 14.
Another dangerous Neah Bay shooter, Ryan Moss had 18 tallies, but Sequim defense held him to just 2 triples in the game.
In the pivotal third period, Sequim switched to a 2-1-2 offensive set that forced the Red Devils to come out of their zone defense.
The Wolves attacked the rack and Payton Glasser scored 6 of his 13 tallies in the period as Sequim took the lead and went to the final 8 minutes ahead 48-43.
In the fourth quarter, the Wolves got key baskets and rebounds from senior Nick Faunce, who finished with 11 markers.
Rweha Munjagi paced the Red Devils with 17 points, Jericho McGimpsey added 6 and Reggie Buttram had 5.
Riley Cowan tallied 7 for Sequim and Jack Shea added 4 points.
Neah Bay (0-1) plays at Taholah Friday night, while Sequim (2-2) travels to the Quimper Peninsula Monday to play the Port Townsend Redhawks.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.B.-11 17 15 17 -- 60
Seq--07 19 22 17 -- 65
Scoring Summary:
Neah Bay (60) - Rweha Munjagi 17, Jericho McGimpsey 6, Anthony Bitegeko, Cameron Buzzell, Zach Dulik, Kenrick Doherty 14, Ryan Moss 18, Reggie Buttram 5.
Sequim (65) - Payton Glasser 13, Jack Shea 4, Brendan Despain 3, Nate Despain 1, Jackson Oliver 24, Nick Faunce 11, Arnold Black 2, Riley Cowan 7.

15 16 Boys Basketball Game 3 - Bremerton 68, Sequim 51

Bremerton boys drop Sequim 68-51

December 8th, 2015 - 11:18pm
(Bremerton) -- Atyus Powell scored 14 points and Japrea Pedesclaux added 12 as the Bremerton Knights beat the Sequim Wolves 68-50 in an Olympic League 2A Division game.
The Knights (1-3) led all the way in taking their first victory of the young season.
Bremerton led 13-6 after one period and 29-21 at halftime. Sequim's Jack Shea shared game-high honors with 14 points.
The Wolves (1-2) will host Neah Bay Wednesday night at 7:00 in Rick Kaps Gym.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 06 15 15 15 -- 51
Bre - 13 16 21 18 -- 68
Scoring Summary:
Sequim (51) -- Kyler Rollness, Payton Glasser 8, Jack Shea 14, Brendan Despain 5, Nate Despain 3, Jackson Oliver 10, Keeshawn Whitney, Alec Holland, Nick Faunce 5, Arnold Black 2, Riley Cowan 4.
Bremerton (68) -- Toni Vaoifi 5, Atyus Powell 14, Rhyder Bradley, Japrea Pedesleaux 12, Phillip Grant, Harold Michael 9, Keoni Laguana 4, Desmond Moore 8, Virico Nelson 4, Frankie Sharistoy 3, Savante Perrigo, Diontae Madison 9.

15-16 Girls Basketball Game 2 - Bremerton 52, Sequim 46

Bremerton girls beat Sequim 52-46

December 8th, 2015 - 11:06pm
(Sequim) -- Michaela Derda scored 12 of her 21 points in the final quarter as the Bremerton Lady Knights outlasted the Sequim Wolves 52-46 at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Lady Wolves struggled in the first half against a Bremerton 3-2 zone defense, trailing 17-6 at the quarter and 26-11 at intermission.
Sequim rallied in the third period, outscoring the Knights 20-6 as Jordan Miller hit from the low post and nailed a number of triples.
The Wolves trailed by one at the end of the third quarter 32-31 and tied the game at 32 on a free throw by Ella Christiansen.
Bremerton was able to get back on track and outpointed Sequim 20-14 the rest of the way.
Miller and Adrienne Haggerty had team-high honors for the Lady Wolves with 18 points apiece.
Yacsiri Godinez-Gonzalez, Alycia Heriford and Liz Lamoureux paced Bremerton with 8 markers each.
Sequim (1-1 overall and 0-1 in Olympic League 2A) hosts Neah Bay at 5:15 Wednesday.
Scoring by Quarters:
Bre -- 17 09 06 20 -- 52
Seq -- 06 05 20 15 -- 46
Scoring Summary:
Bremerton (52) -- Sophia Smith, Liz Lamoureux 8, Alyssa Beach 5, Ceinna King, Alycia Heriford 8, Michaela Derda 21, Yacsiri Godinez-Gonzalez 8.
Sequim (46) -- Allysen Montelius, McKenzie Bentz 2, Ella Christiansen 3, Jordan McMinn 2, Adrienne Haggerty 18, Jordan Bentz, Jordan Miller 18, Alisha Grasser 3.

Friday, December 4, 2015

15-16 Boys Basketball game 2 - Sequim 63, Klahowya 42

Sequim boys beat Klahowya 63-42

December 4th, 2015 - 11:02pm
(Sequim) -- Senior Jackson Oliver scored 21 points and sophomore Payton Glasser added 15 as the Sequim Wolves beat the Klahowya Eagles 63-42 in a non-league boys basketball game at Rick Kaps Gym.
Senior guard Payton Ryen single-handedly kept Klahowya in the contest early, scoring all 11 first quarter points by the Eagles, including a pair of triples.
Sequim led 12-11 after the first buzzer with Oliver and Glasser each with a pair of two-pointers.
A Klahowya basket by Troy Potter gave the visitors their first and only lead of the game at 13-12.
The Wolves responded with a 21-3 run into halftime, scoring 15 straight until John Hartford nailed a Klahowya triple to cut the deficit to 27-16.
The Sequim streak included 3 treys, scored by Glasser and freshmen Kyler Rollness and Nate Despain.
Along the way, Oliver had a rim-rattling breakway jam that brought a thunderous ovation from the crowd.
The Wolves had a 33-16 lead at intermission.
Sequim extended its advantage to 20 points with 3-point splashes from Oliver and Nick Faunce, but the scrappy Eagles, led by Nate Hough and Keegan Grellner, trailed 49-32 after 3 quarters.
Faunce and Jack Shea had 6 points apiece for Sequim, while Klahowya's Hough had 8 markers, Hartford 7 and Grellner had 4 tallies.
On Tuesday, Sequim (1-1) travels to Bremerton, while Klahowya (0-3) visits North Kitsap.
Scoring by Quarters:
Kla - 11 05 16 10 -- 42
Seq - 12 21 16 14 -- 63
Scoring Summary:
Klahowya (42) -- Payton Ryen 15, Keegan Grellner 4, Sawyer Snope 2, John Hartford 7, Nate Hough 8, George Harris 4, Troy Potter 2, Micha Joe, Ryan Wixson.
Sequim (63) -- Justin Hermosada, Kyler Rollness 3, Payton Glasser 15, Jack Shea 6, Nate Despain 8, Jackson Oliver 21, Alec Holland, Nick Faunce 6, Konner Parrish, Arnold Black, Riley Cowan 4.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

15-16 Boys Basketball Game 1 - Mount Tahoma 70, Sequim 36

Mount Tahoma rips Sequim boys 70-36

December 2nd, 2015 - 9:46pm
(Tacoma) -- The Mount Tahoma T-Birds proved to be too athletic and quick for a youthful Sequim Wolves boys basketball team Wednesday night.
The T-Birds ripped the Wolves 70-36 in a non-league season opener in Tacoma.
Sequim started seniors Nick Faunce, Jackson Oliver and Jack Shea, along with sophomore Payton Glasser and freshman point guard Nate Despain.
The Wolves and T-Birds were tied at 10 after the first period, but the 6'3" Oliver picked up 2 early fouls in his efforts at the top of the Wolves zone defense and was forced to sit out most of the second period.
Mount Tahoma took advantage with a 29-11 run that put the T-Birds ahead 39-21 at intermission.
Sequim assistant varsity coach Phil Langston told Newsradio KONP that the Wolves' youth showed with a bevy of turnovers forced by Mount Tahoma's man press that came from all over the floor during the entire game.
Langston added the game was played at the T-Bird pace and will serve as an incentive for the Wolves to pick up their tempo and pressure in future practices.
Mount Tahoma led 54-34 after 3 periods and held the Wolves to a pair of free throws in the final 8 minutes.
The T-Birds swept the preliminary contests by winning both the JV and C team games.
Sequim (0-1) will host Klahowya for a non-league affair Friday night at 7:00 in Rick Kaps Gym.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 10 11 13 02 -- 36
M.T.- 10 29 15 16 -- 70
Game Summary:
Sequim (36) -- Kyler Rollness 0, Payton Glasser 11, Jack Shea 6, Brendon Despain 0, Nate Despain 4, Jackson Oliver 6, Alec Holland 0, Nick Faunce 5, Arnold Black 2, Riley Cowan 2.
Mt Tahoma (70) -- AJ Braffith 2, Darrell Richard 12, Tommy Nguyen 0, Destin Hicks-Armstrong 15, Zion Harris 2, Tayvonne Coleman 2, Zehki Johnson 6, Isiah Rogers 6, Demetrius Smith 19, Thomas Wesley 6.

Friday, October 30, 2015

2015 Football Game 8 - Bremerton 27, Sequim 20

Bremerton knocks Sequim out of playoffs 27-20

October 30th, 2015 - 1:51am

Note from Dan Kari:  My story is about the football game.  If you want to read about the three-ringed circus that took place off the field, you are welcome to click the link below.

http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/education/jesus-chants-jeers-greet-satanists-during-bremerton-football-game/


Bremerton senior introductions prior to kickoff


Bremerton band with its anchor formation in pregame

(Bremerton) -- Savante Perrigo scored the winning touchdown on a 34-yard quarterback draw with 22 seconds left as the Bremerton Knights defeated Sequim 27-20, knocking the Wolves out of postseason contention.
Bremerton, Kingston and Sequim all finished in a tie for third place in the Olympic League 2A standings with 3-3 records.
A tiebreaker on aggregate points scored in head-to-head matchups among the 3 schools gave third place to Bremerton and fourth place to Kingston, a 45-21 winner over Port Angeles Thursday.
Sequim (5-3) ends the season in fifth place.
Momentum shifted several times in the final quarter with the teams tied at 20.
Bremerton (3-6) seized the advantage after a critical Sequim turnover, a fumble by Gavin Velarde at the Sequim 37 with just 1:11 to go.
Two plays later, on 3rd-and-7 from the Sequim 34, Bremerton quarterback Savante Perrigo dropped to pass, hesitated a moment for receivers to get into position for downfield blocks, then sprinted straight up the middle into the Wolves secondary.
The speedster angled to the left sideline and was home free for the winning score.
Perrigo rushed 9 times for 134 yards and a pair of scores. The dual-purpose threat completed 5 of his 13 passes for 45 yards and 2 touchdowns, with a pair of interceptions.
Sequim's final gasps included a 24-yard slant from quarterback Riley Cowan to Velarde, who got out-of-bounds at midfield with 7 seconds left.
On the last play, Cowan dropped back and fumbled, with the ball bouncing into the hands of Sequim lineman Zach Hebert.
Hebert made a quick lateral to Brenden Lauritzen, who was tackled at midfield as time expired, sending the Bremerton players and students into elation.
Cowan was 14-of-26 in the passing department for 198 yards, a touchdown and was intercepted once.
Velarde caught 10 passes on the night for 152 yards and a touchdown.
Wolves running back Mark Feeney carried 21 times for 111 yards and Arnold Black had 67 yards on 12 carries and two TDs.
Bremerton running back Richard Bios churned up 151 yards on 24 carries.
Sequim had slight advantage in total yards -- 383 to 332. But the Knights rolled up 287 rushing yards on 36 carries against a Sequim defense that was missing several starters due to injury.


Sequim scored first
The teams traded touchdowns in the first 3 quarters, Sequim scoring first on a 2-yard run by Arnold Black, with Cowan kicking the PAT and a 7-0 Wolves lead.
Perrigo hit the board for Bremerton on a 3-yard run to tie the contest at 7 with 7:15 to go in the opening quarter.
The Cowan-to-Velarde connection scored from 18 yards with 1:12 to go to the first break, as Sequim went ahead 13-7.
The Knights tied the game at 13 on a 14-yard pass from Perrigo to Teni Vaoifi with 10:55 to go until halftime.
The Wolves squandered a long march into Bremerton territory about a minute before intermission when Vaoifi intercepted Cowan in the end zone on a throw into double coverage.
Black scores to put Wolves ahead in 3rd quarter
Senior Arnold Black's 4-yard touchdown run put Sequim ahead 20-13 with 3:01 to go in the third quarter, his fifth rushing TD of the campaign.
Bremerton tied the game at 20 with 1:53 to go in the third with a 12-yard pass from Perrigo to Mikhail Papillon.
Tension filled fourth quarter tied at 20
Early in the final period, Sequim drove 11 plays to the Bremerton 40, but Velarde was stuffed for a yard loss on 4th-and-2.
The teams exchanged punts and Bremerton got the ball with 5:38 left at the Sequim 45.
The Wolves defense came up with a big interception of Perrigo by Velarde at the Sequim 37.
The next scrimmage play, Velarde caught a Cowan pass for 37 yards to the Bremerton 26.
However, the drive fizzled after a bad snap led to a 12- yard loss, then an illegal procedure penalty wedged around a pair of incompletions.
Velarde punted into the end zone with 2:28 left and Sequim forced a Bremerton three-and-out, the Wolves getting possession with 1:23 left.
When it appeared overtime could be in the making, Velarde caught a short pass on the left sideline, but lost possession in a scrum to Bremerton, leading to the Knights' winning score.


Notes:
Velarde had 13 touchdowns on the season, 4 rushing, 7 receiving and 2 kick returns.
Cowan had 12 touchdown passes in his freshman year of high school.
Score by Quarters:
Seq - 13 00 07 00 -- 20
Bre -- 07 06 07 07 -- 27
Scoring Summary:
1st quarter:
Sequim - 2 yd run Arnold Black (Riley Cowan kick) 10:19, 
7-0 Seq.
Drive: 5 plays, 40 yds, 1:20. 
Key play: Velarde 57 yd kickoff return to Bremerton 40.
Bremerton - 3 yd run Savante Perrigo (Dylan Reed kick) 7:15, 
7-7 Tie.
Drive: 8 plays, 62 yds, 2:56.
Key play: Perrigo 27 yd run to Sequim 30.
Sequim - 18 yd pass Gavin Velarde from Riley Cowan (kick blocked) 1:12, 
13-7 Seq.
Drive: 7 plays, 41 yds, 2:22.
Key play: Velarde 23 yd punt return to Bremerton 41.
2nd quarter:
Bremerton - 14 yd pass Teni Vaoifi from Savante Perrigo (kick blked) 10:55, 
13-13 tie.
Drive: 6 plays, 51 yds, 2:05.
Key play: Perrigo 20 yd run to Sequim 48.
3rd quarter:
Sequim - 4 yd run Arnold Black (Cowan kick) 3:01,
 20-13 Sequim.

Drive: 3 plays, 14 yds, 1:15. 
Key play: Bremerton fumble at Sequim 14.
Bremerton - 12 yd pass Mikhail Papillon from Savante Perrigo (Reed kick) 1:53, 
20-20 Tie.
Drive: 5 plays, 65 yds, 1:06. 
Key play: Perrigo 36 yd run to Sequim 29.
4th quarter:
Bremerton - 34 yd run Savante Perrigo (Reed kick) :22, 27-20 Bremerton.
Drive: 3 plays, 37 yards, :49.
Key play: Velarde fumble at Bremerton 37.
Individual Statistics:
Rushing:
Seq -- Mark Feeney 21-111, Arnold Black 12-67-2TD, Gavin Velarde 10-27, Riley Cowan 3-(-20).
Bre -- Richard Bios 24-151, Savante Perrigo 9-134-2TD, Teni Vaoifi 1-(-4), Ethan Hacker 1-0, Atyus Powell 1-6.
Passing:
Seq -- Riley Cowan 14-26, 198 yards, 2TD, 1INT.
Bre -- Savante Perrigo 5-13, 45 yards, 2TD, 2INT.
Receiving:
Seq -- Gavin Velarde 10-152-1TD, Noah Christiansen 3-40, Mark Feeney 1-6.
Bre -- Teni Vaoifi 2-23-1TD, Mikhail Papillon 1-12-1TD, Atyus Powell 1-5, Richard Bios 1-5.
Team Statistics:
Rushing:
Seq -- 46-185-2TD
Bre -- 36-287-2TD
Passing:
Seq -- 14-26, 198 yds, 1TD, 1INT.
Bre -- 5-13, 45 yds, 2TD, 2INT.
Total Yards:
Seq -- 72 plays, 383 yards (5.3 avg.)
Bre -- 49 plays, 332 yards (6.7 avg.)
Penalties:
Seq -- 7-50
Bre -- 4-20
Turnovers:
Seq -- 3 (INT, fumble, turnover on downs)
Bre -- 3 (2 INT, fumble)


Sequim offensive coaches Dave Ditlefsen and Bob Withrow before kickoff

Wolves warm up at Bremerton Memorial Stadium





Sequim head coach Erik Wiker and assistant coach Bob Withrow 


Saturday, October 24, 2015

2015 Football Game 7 - Olympic 48, Sequim 7

Number 7 Olympic romps to 48-7 win over Sequim

October 23rd, 2015 - 11:59pm


(Sequim) -- Senior fullback Geordyn Shinard scored four touchdowns as the Olympic Trojans powered to a 48-7 romp over the Sequim High Wolves Friday.
Shinard, a 5-foot-10, 215-pound bruiser, rushed 16 times for 131 yards, visiting the Sequim end zone 3 times on rushing scores and catching one of 3 touchdown passes thrown by Olympic senior quarterback Matt Becker.
Becker was 8-for-8 in the passing department for 122 yards, while carrying 13 times for 156 yards and a TD, plus a 2-point conversion run.
Olympic -- the state's 7th-ranked 2A team -- improved to 8-0 overall and 5-0 in Olympic League play, setting up a showdown for the league championship at Silverdale Stadium next Friday against the North Kitsap Vikings, a 48-6 winner over Port Angeles.
Olympic led 29-0 at halftime and scored the first 36 points of the game before Sequim tallied on a 13-play, 70-yard drive with a 10-yard touchdown pass from Riley Cowan to Gavin Velarde with 4:19 left in the third period.
The duo teamed up for a 41-yard gain on the scoring drive that converted a 3rd-and-16 from the Wolves 24.
Cowan completed 9 of his 23 passes for 112 yards, a TD and an interception.


Velarde had 5 catches for 76 yards and a score.
The Trojans got two more touchdowns in the final period, the last on a Shinard 8-yard run with 6:14 remaining that triggered the running clock.
Olympic's offensive line opened huge holes for the running game and ample passing time for the elusive Becker.
The Trojans' advantage in total yards was 461-190, including 339-78 in rushing yardage.
Arnold Black had 45 yards on 10 carries for Sequim and Mark Feeney added 40 yards on 3 carries.


Friday's contest was the last home game for 23 Sequim football players, including Ian Dennis, Noah Christiansen, Thomas Winfield, Ben Hughes, Ethan Richmond, Nick Faunce, Michael Shimer, Nick Tucker, Kane Stoddard, Arnold Black, Brandon Stamper, Mark Feeney, Dillan Smith, Chris Whitaker, Alec Holland, Jack Ellison, Matthew Schock, Nathan Allison, Sebastian Goettling, Zach Hebert, Jason Springer and Ty Jones.
5 senior cheerleaders had their final home football game, including Alysha Graham, Morgan King, Amanda Sanders, Allie Bean and Kyla Rigg.
Sequim dropped to 5-2 overall and 3-2 in league action and will play next Thursday at Bremerton, a 44-0 winner over North Mason.
The Wolves will likely have a pigtail game Tuesday, November 3rd at North Kitsap against the third-place team from the Seamount League.

In other games Friday involving Olympic League teams, Klahowya beat Coupeville 41-15, Port Townsend ripped Chimacum 63-12 and Mountlake Terrace beat Kingston 23-20 in a non-leaguer.


Scoring by Quarters:
Oly -- 00 00 07 00 -- 07
Seq -- 15 14 07 12 -- 48
Scoring Summary:
1st Quarter:
Oly -- 2 yd run Matt Becker (Bryce Chipley kick) 6:04 (10 plays, 79 yards, 5:26)
Key play: Shinard 50 yard run to Sequim 22
Oly -- 1 yd run Geordyn Shinard (Matt Becker run) :58 (5 plays, 51 yards, 1:57)
Key play: Sequim turnover on downs at Olympic 49.
2nd Quarter:
Oly -- 9 yd run Colton Wade from Matt Becker (Chipley kick) 7:55 (7 plays, 65 yards, 3:46)
Key play: Becker 65 yard scramble to Sequim 10 on 3rd and 20.
Oly -- 3 yd run Geordyn Shinard (Chipley kick) 2:43 (3 plays, 47 yards, 1:17)
Key play: Sequim TOD on fake punt, Velarde gained 10 on 4th and 19.
3rd Quarter:
Oly -- 12 yd pass Colton Wade from Matt Becker (Chipley kick) 10:01 (4 plays, 42 yards, 0:57)
Key play: Recovered Sequim online kick at Sequim 42 opening 2nd half
Seq -- 10 yd pass Gavin Velarde from Riley Cowan (Thomas Winfield kick) 4:19 (13 plays, 70 yards, 5:33)
Key play: 41 yard pass from Cowan to Velarde to Oly 35.
4th Quarter:
Oly -- 11 yd pass Geordyn Shinard from Matt Becker (kick blocked) 11:54 (9 plays, 90 yards, 4:19)
Key play: Shinard 20 yard run to Sequim 9.
Oly -- 8 yd run Geordyn Shinard (kick failed) 6:14 (8 plays, 69 yards, 3:55)
Key play: Sequim fumble at Olympic 31



Individual Statistics:
Rushing:
Oly -- Matt Becker 13-156-1TD, Logan Madison 11-35, Jaden Fernandez 3-17, Geordyn Shinard 16-131-3TD.
Seq -- Riley Cowan 7-(-20), Gavin Velarde 6-13, Arnold Black 10-45, Mark Feeney 3-40.
Passing:
Oly -- Matt Becker 8-8, 122 yards, 3TD, 0INT.
Seq -- Riley Cowan 9-23, 112 yards, 1TD, 1INT.
Receiving:
Oly -- Ethan Goldizen 1-20, Colton Wade 5-64-2TD, Geordyn Shinard 1-11-1TD, Taleeke Davie 1-27.
Seq -- Ian Dennis 3-29, Gavin Velarde 5-76-1TD, Rudy Whitehead 1-7.
Team Statistics:
Rushing:
Oly -- 43 carries, 339 yards, 4TD.
Seq -- 26 carries, 78 yards.
Passing:
Oly -- 8-8 (100%), 122 yards, 3TD, 0INT.
Seq -- 9-23 (39%), 112 yards, 1TD, 1INT.
Total Yards:
Oly -- 51-461 (9.0 avg)
Seq -- 49-190 (3.8 avg)
Penalties:
Oly -- 4-27
Seq -- 4-20
Turnovers:
Oly -- 0
Seq -- 4 (1 fumble, 1 interception, 2 turnovers on downs)
Olympic League 2A Division Football Standings
Olympic---------5 0-------8 0
North Kitsap----5 0-------6 2
Sequim---------3 2-------5 2
Kingston--------2 3-------2 6
Bremerton------2 3-------2 6
North Mason----1 5-------1 7
Port Angeles----0 5-------1 7