Sequim’s high school equestrian team has one more qualifying match to go before the Washington State High School Equestrian Team state finals in April. The team is, in back from left, Yana Hoesel, Lilly Thomas, Emelie Furste, Grace Niemeyer, Madi Murphy, Amanda Murphy, Amy Tucker, Miranda Williams, Sydney Balkan, Abi Payseno and Cristina Williams; and, in front from left, games coach Betina Hoesel, head coach Katie Salmon-Newton and performance coach Kristin Eshom.

HORSEPLAY: Horse riders looking forward to spring

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