Sports: Sequim soccer team shuts out Port Townsend 4-0

SEQUIM — With the season in the bag, the Sequim High School soccer team has nothing left to do but sit and hope for a little luck, in order to slide into the post season.

“What we need now is a little miracle,”‘ Wolves head coach Dave Brasher said. “And I do believe in miracles.”

The Wolves finished the season strong on Tuesday, knocking off Port Townsend 4-0 in what turned out to be a battle of the seniors.

Seniors Casey Nagler and Evan Still each picked up two goals on the night, while goal tender Josh Lindsey finished with 18 saves in front of the net.

Nagler kicked things off for the Wolves just ten minutes into play scoring a goal on an assist by Andy Chinn.

Still followed in the 36th minute with a goal on a penalty kick, giving the Wolves a 2-0 halftime lead.

Nagler earned his 17th goal of the season — and second of the game — early in the second half on an assist by Kurt Ludke.

Still’s second goal in the 60th minute came on a pass from senior Per Berg.

Port Townsend is now 7-3 in league and 9-4-1 overall.

In order to make the postseason The Wolves (6-4 in league, 8-7-1 overall) need Vashon High School to lose its final two games of the season, in which they face Eatonville and Steilacoom.

More in Sports

Colton Romero pitches to Bainbridge Monday afternoon at Volunteer Field. Playing first is Rylan Politika, who later came in to pitch. Romero and Politika allowed just five hits in a 5-4 Port Angeles win. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
PREP BASEBALL: Roughriders find a way against tough Bainbridge team

Port Angeles wins again Tuesday night to remain in first place

Sequim Wolves.
PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim, East Jefferson baseball teams win

The Sequim baseball team got huge games from Zeke Schmadeke… Continue reading

Mia Kirner, Sequim softball second baseman, had six hits over two games this weekend. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Mia Kirner, Sequim softball

It was a wild weekend for the Sequim softball team, which combined… Continue reading

Crescent’s Ciara Cargo-Acosta, center, signs to play basketball for Northwest Indian College. She is flanked by parents Jeremy Acosta and Vashti White-Acosta. (Courtesy photo)
PREP BASKETBALL: Crescent’s Cargo-Acosta signs to play at NW Indian College

Crescent’s Ciara Cargo-Acosta made history for the Loggers’ girls basketball… Continue reading

Klahhane Gymnastics’ Carly Mae Riggs won several medals at the Xcel Region 2 Regionals, including first place all-around. (Courtesy photo)
GYMNASTICS: Klahhane gymnast Carly Mae Riggs wins first all-around at regionals

Klahhane Gymnastics Carly Mae Riggs won the first-place all-around… Continue reading

With teammate Taylee Rome looking on, Sequim second baseman Mia Kirner throws out a Klahowya running in a non-league match-up Saturday. Kirner had a home run in the windy game. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
PREP SOFTBALL: Sequim splits a pair of games over the weekend

Forks beats Elma behind Gaydeski home runs

Sequim's Ethan Staples pitches against Kingston on Friday. Staples allowed just five hits in the Wolves' victory, their fourth straight. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim baseball wins fourth straight

The Sequim baseball team beat Kingston 7-3 for its fourth… Continue reading

PREP TRACK AND FIELD: Port Angeles boys second at Li’l Norway

Forks’ Dahlgren wins shot put at Bellevue Christian meet