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Thursday, February 16, 2017

2016-2017 Girls Basketball Game 22 - Fife 42, Sequim 38

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(Tacoma) - The Sequim girls fell behind by 15 points, then mounted a comeback, only to fall short in a 42-38 loss to the Fife Trojans in the West Central District basketball game Wednesday at Wilson High School.

The Wolves recovered from a 22-0 Fife run in the second and third periods, cut the lead to two points in the final two minutes, but the Trojans held on and won at the foul line.

Sequim finishes 8-14 on the year and Fife goes on to face Olympic Friday for a regional berth.

Ella Christiansen led Sequim with 15 points, all triples. Adrienne Haggerty had 14.

Fife trailed 19-12 midway through the second period, then ran off 12 to take a 24-19 halftime lead. 

The Trojans scored 10 more in a row to start the third quarter, taking a 36-22 lead into the final period.

Sequim's pressure defense got them going, closing to 38-36, but Christina Willis of the Trojans hit three free throws in the last 40 seconds to hold off the Wolves.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Live broadcast for Sequim - Fife Girls Hoops Wednesday

(Tacoma) -- The Sequim Lady Wolves will meet the Fife Trojans Wednesday night at Wilson High School in Tacoma, trying to stay alive for a regional berth in the 2A West Central District girls basketball tournament.

Newsradio KONP will broadcast the Sequim - Fife game live Wednesday night with pregame coverage beginning at approximately 7:30 and the tipoff scheduled for 7:45.

Click Listen Live at KONP.com or the Listen Live link under the Wolves logo at the right here at sequimsports.com

Here at Sequimsports.com, the audio stream will be active about an hour prior to tipoff.

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Sequim girls basketball loses to Lindbergh 47-35

(Tacoma) -- The Sequim girls basketball team suffered from turnovers and woeful 3-point shooting in dropping a 47-35 decision to the Lindbergh Eagles Friday night at the West Central District 2A Tournament.

The Lady Wolves will try to stay alive in the tourney next Wednesday against either Fife or North Kitsap at Wilson High School in Tacoma at 7:45 p.m.

Adrienne Haggerty had 17 for Sequim, Ella Christiansen added 9, Madison Green had 5 and Hope Glasser added 4.

The Wolves trailed by 9 at halftime and were buried with a 15-4 Lindbergh run, trailing by 20 going to the last period at 39-19.

Sequim connected on just 3 of 23 shots from beyond the 3 point arc.

Both the PA and Sequim games were originally scheduled for Thursday and postponed after the team buses were forced to wait at the Hood Canal Bridge with a long weather-related closure.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

16 17 Boys Basketball Game 20 - Sequim 56, Coupeville 40

(Sequim) -- The Sequim boys basketball team finished the 2016-17 season on a high note with a three game winning streak after defeating Coupeville 56-40 Thursday at Rick Kaps Gym.

Nate Despain scored 17 of his game-high 19 points before halftime as Sequim led 17-7 after the first break and 29-14 at intermission.

Devin Greenlow scored 12 points for Sequim in his final prep appearance and fellow senior Konner Parrish added 2.

Sequim went to the final quarter ahead 44-26.

Hunter Smith led the way for Coupeville with 15 and Ethan Spark chipped in 12 tallies.

Sequim had its finest night of the season from the charity stripe, canning 12 of 13 free throws

Coupeville is 3-15 overall, facing Port Townsend Saturday.

Sequim finished the year at 5-15. 

Scoring by Quarters:

Cou - 07 07 12 14 -- 40
Seq - 17 12 15 12 -- 56

Scoring Summary:

Coupeville (40) -- Gabe Wynn 7, Hunter Smith 15, Joey Lippo 2, Steven Cope, Brian Shank 2, Ariah Bepler, Ethan Spark 12, Cameron Toomey-Stout 2, Kyle Rockwell.

Sequim (56) -- Kyler Rollness 7, Nate Despain 19, Payton Glasser 9, Cole Williams, Jon Stipe, Devin Greenlow 12, Matt Willis, Cameron Ryan, Keeshawn Whitney 4, Konner Parrish 2, Cameron Welcher, Riley Cowan 3.

16 17 Girls Basketball Game 20 - Sequim 31, Coupeville 19

(Sequim) -- Postseason play remains a possibility for the Sequim Lady Wolves. 

After Thursday's action, Sequim, Kingston and Bremerton all finished the regular season with 5-7 Olympic League 2A records.

A tiebreaker for the fourth and final Olympic League seed into the West Central District 2A tournament will be played at 2 p.m. Saturday at Port Townsend High School.

Meantime in a non-leaguer Thursday at Rick Kaps Gym, Sequim beat Coupeville 31-19 to finish the regular season 8-12 overall.

Sequim trailed 9-6 after the first period and Coupeville took a 12-8 advantage into halftime.

Senior Adrienne Haggerty made the difference in the third quarter, scoring 12 of her game-high 18 points, as Sequim went to the final period ahead 25-16.

The Sequim defense held Coupeville to just 10 points in the final three quarters.

Lindsey Roberts led Coupeville with 9 points.

Coupeville leads the Olympic 1A Division with an 8-0 record, hosting Port Townsend Saturday.

Scoring by Quarters:

Cou - 09 03 04 03 - 19
Seq - 06 02 17 06 - 31

Scoring Summary:

Coupeville (19) -- Lauren Grove 2, Allison Wenzel, Ema Smith, Kalia Littlejohn 2, Mia Littlejohn 3, Lauren Rose, Mikayla Elfrank, Lindsey Roberts 9, Tiffany Briscoe 2, Kailey Kellner, Sarah Wright 1.

Sequim (31) -- Adrienne Haggerty 18, Ella Christiansen 2, Madison Green, Bobbi Sparks, Jessica Dietzman 4, Hope Glasser, Kyla Armstrong, Erica Bower 5, Sarah Shea, Carissa Leal 2.