Kendall Hastings, Sequim volleyball.

Kendall Hastings, Sequim volleyball.

ATHLETE OF WEEK: Kendall Hastings, Sequim volleyball

Kendall Hastings made all-league for the Sequim Wolves volleyball team last year. This year, she’s racking up even bigger numbers for the Wolves, especially during the past week.

Hastings has been a force both at the serving line and at the net.

Sequim set a team record with 28 aces in a match against Bremerton last week. Hastings provided five of those aces, along with eight kills and a pair of blocks.

Kendall Hastings

Kendall Hastings

She may have had an even more impressive match against Bainbridge last week, tallying 19 kills, five stuff blocks and three aces in a five-set, come-from-behind win.

Add to that seven kills and six aces against Olympic on Sept. 21.

Hastings, a captain for the Wolves, has been a huge part of the team’s 4-2 start in league this year and is gunning for another all-league selection with the big numbers she is posting.

Athlete of the Week is sponsored by Swain’s General Store in Port Angeles.

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