Sequim: Magwire, Millet win all-league football honors

SEQUIM — Judd Magwire and Mark Millet won top all-Nisqually League football honors for the Sequim Wolves.

Both made the first team, Magwire on offense and Millet on defense.

Magwire is a 6-foot-2, 240-pound junior tackle while Millet is a 6-4, 225-pound senior defensive end.

Sequim had nine players make offensive all-league honors and another seven earned a place on the all-defensive team.

On offense, Millet was named to the second team as a tight end while honorable mention went to senior center Richard Hibbard, senior lineman Kyle Keith, sophomore lineman Danny Ross, junior wide receiver Jake Tjernell, sophomore wide receiver Brady Marunde, senior running back Mel Lawless and senior quarterback Ben Stensland.

Keith was picked for the defensive second team as a lineman while honorable mention went to Marunde, a free safety, Lawless and senior Justin Brown, inside linebackers, senior lineman Ian Bruckner and senior defensive back Aaron Haselbauer.

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