PREP FOOTBALL UPDATE: Sequim has chance late in loss to North Kitsap

Forks, Baker run over Port Townsend; Kingston tops Port Angeles; Chimacum falls to La Conner

POULSBO — Sequim had a shot late to potentially tie its important Olympic League clash with the North Kitsap Vikings but couldn’t cash in on a first-and-goal from the Vikings’ 5-yard line and fell 16-8 Friday night.

The loss puts pressure on the Wolves (0-1, 2-1) for the remainder of league play as just three squads will make the district playoffs.

North Kitsap 16, Sequim 8

Sequim 0 6 2 0 — 8

North Kitsap 7 6 3 0 — 16


First Quarter

NK — Fischer 1 run (DeLuna kick good)

Second Quarter

NK — DeLuna 26 field goal

NK — DeLuna 31 field goal

S — Eaton 20 pass from Wiker (kick failed)

Third Quarter

NK — DeLuna 40 field goal

S — Safety

Individual Statistics

Passing: Sequim: Wiker 14-32-120, TD, 2 INT;

Rushing: Sequim: Ward 13-65; Wiker 13-36; Hoesel 3-11

Receiving: Hoesel 5-56; Moore 3-11; Eaton 2-32; Nestor 2-14; Ward 2-7.

Forks 46, Port Townsend 20

PORT TOWNSEND — Saddled with a foot injury that saw him limited to blocking back duties through Forks; first two contests, Spartan junior Hayden Baker put together a monster rushing game in Friday’s win over the Redhawks.

Baker carried 40 times for 344 yards and three touchdowns on the night as Forks racked up 431 rushing yards. Ricardo Barragan added 13 carries for 83 yards and a touchdown as the Spartans continually gashed the Redhawks up the middle for big gains.

Hayden Queen also caught nine passes for 120 yards for Forks (2-1).

Other area scores

Kingston 30, Port Angeles 22

La Conner 30, Chimacum 12

Crescent 56, South Bend 28

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