Sequim softball team goes to state championship game

SELAH — The Sequim softball team is in the state championship game for the first time in school history.

The unbeaten Wolves (25-0 overall) knocked off Anacortes 8-7 in the semifinals of the Class 2A tournament today at Carlon Park in Selah to advance to the title game.

Sequim will face Ellensburg for the 2A championship today at 2:30 p.m.

A day earlier, the Wolves advanced to the semifinals after topping Lynden 12-10 in the first round and Othello 14-7 in the quarterfinal.

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