Sequim Wolves.

Sequim Wolves.

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim girls remain perfect in league

BREMERTON — The Sequim girls basketball team blew open a competitive game with a 25-point fourth quarter in a 71-46 win over Bremerton on Saturday.

The Wolves went into the half up 32-18, but the Knights made a game of it with a 21-14 third quarter to go into the fourth down just 46-39. Sequim responded with a 25-7 fourth quarter to win going away, remaining perfect in the Olympic 2A League.

The Wolves were led by Hannah Wagner, who hit five 3-pointers.

“Hannah Wagner is back and she shot the ball very well today and played great defense. She was all over the place. She chipped in 21 points and seven steals,” said coach Joclin Julmist.

Jelissa Julmist had 12 points, 13 rebounds and six assists. “She didn’t shoot the ball very well. She was double-teamed the whole night but did a great job passing it to the shooters,” coach Julmist said.

Jolene Vaara had 11 points and seven steals, while Addie Smith chipped in with a timely nine points. Taryn Johnson shot a perfect 3-for-3 from the field and scored eight points.

Sequim (9-0, 12-2) is next set to play at home at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday against North Mason (0-6, 2-6).

Sequim 71, Bremerton 46

Seq. 19 13 14 25 — 71

Brem. 10 8 21 7 — 46

Sequim (71) — Wagner 21, Julmist 12, Vaara 11, Smith 9, Johnson 8, Herman 4, Stephens 3, Bates 3.

Boys basketball

Bremerton 54, Sequim 52

BREMERTON — The Sequim boys basketball team got off to a slow start with a four-point first quarter, but battled back to make it close at the end, ultimately falling to Bremerton 54-52 on the road Saturday.

The Wolves were led by Tyler Mooney’s 18 points.

“After a rough start our boys battled back and kept it close and had a chance to win it in the end. Tyler played his best game and was a big reason we were in it at the end,” said coach Greg Glasser.

Isaiah Moore also had 13 points for the Wolves.

Sequim (2-6, 3-9) is set to play at home at 7 p.m. Thursday against Kingston.

Bremerton 54, Sequim 52

Seq. 4 15 17 16 — 52

Brem. 11 14 13 16 — 54

Sequim (52) — Mooney 18, I. Moore 13, Possin 6, Green 5, Smithson 4, Thompson 3, Glasser 3.

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