Sequim Schools Athletic Booster Club

  Supporting Sequim School Athletics                     September 22, 2004

 2004 Fall Schedules!

Wolves Drop Forks

47-0

Football, Volleyball,  

Boys Tennis,

Cross Country,

 Girls Soccer, Girls Swimming

Erik Wiker Named Head Football Coach

Football Battles Powerful Bainbridge Sept. 24 in Sequim 7:00!!


 

 Home Up

 

Girls Basketball 2002-03

 

Lady Wolves End Up, Down

     The girls basketball season ended Friday night with the Wolves trouncing the North Mason Bulldogs 60-41.  The play-offs eluded the team when both Eatonville and Port Townsend finished ahead in the standings.  Their league record of 9-4 (13-7 over-all) wasn't quite good enough to continue in the post-season.

                 

Head Coach: Erik Wiker

Katelyn Apple sets to toss an assist against Klahowya 

 

 

Assistant Coaches:

Mark Lutzenheiser, Linsay Porter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Season Wrap Up

      Lady Wolves finish the season with a record of 13 wins and 7 losses and a league record of 9 wins and 4 losses. The record was good enough for a third place finish in the Nisqually league but not good enough to qualify for the District Tournament. Sequim needed to finish in second place and ahead of North Mason.  For the season, Megan Thompson led all scorers averaging 15.8 points per game, followed by Tiffany Millet with a 12.4 average, Carla Collins with a 4.6 average, Hannah Yamamoto with a 4.1 average, Alana O'Hara with a 3.5 average, Trisha Millet with a 3.2 average, and Rachel Tisdale with a

2.8 average. Trisha Millet led the team is assists with 45. Tiffany

Millet led the team in rebounds with 234 boards, blocked shots with 76, and steals with 101.

             Graduating for the Wolves are Megan Thompson, Tiffany Millet, Trisha Millet, Carla Collins and Jennifer Ruiz.

Congratulations Wolves on a fine season!!!

 

 

Running Totals Through 20 Games (Feb-25-03)

 

Player

Assists

Reb.

FTO

Steals

TO

BLK Sh

TCH

Total Points

Alanna

22

57

5

47

56

4

0

70

Carla

22

49

4

29

84

0

1

93

Hannah

31

45

5

46

91

0

0

83

Megan

18

177

15

53

60

15

0

316

Rachel

17

35

8

28

73

0

1

56

Tiffany

34

234

8

101

85

76

0

248

Trisha

45

54

18

43

71

2

0

64

Kate

6

18

5

14

5

0

0

13

Brittney

4

8

5

5

20

0

0

12

Jen

2

28

4

9

14

3

0

16

Julie

0

10

0

3

15

0

0

12

 

Average Totals Through 20 Games (Feb-25-03)

 

Player

Assists

Reb.

FTO

Steals

TO

BLK Sh

TCH

Total Points

Alanna

1.1

2.85

.25

2.35

2.8

.2

0

3.5

Carla

1.1

2.45

.2

1.45

4.2

0

.05

4.65

Hannah

1.55

2.25

.25

2.3

4.55

0

0

4.15

Megan

.9

8.85

.75

2.65

3

.75

0

15.8

Rachel

.85

1.75

.4

1.4

3.65

0

.05

2.8

Tiffany

1.7

11.7

.4

5.05

4.25

3.8

0

12.4

Trisha

2.25

2.7

.9

2.15

3.55

.1

0

3.2

Kate

.3

.9

.25

.7

.25

0

0

.65

Brittney

.2

.4

.25

.25

1

0

0

.6

Jen

.1

1.4

.2

.45

.7

.15

0

.8

Julie

0

.5

0

.15

.75

0

0

.6

 

Sentinels Smacked by Lady Wolves

Feb 7, 2003   The Lady wolves trounced the Sentinels from Steilacoom 66-51.  Led by Tiffany Millet’s 26 points, 18 rebounds, and 3 blocked shots, Sequim notched another league win to improve to 7-4 in league play.  Sequim led 60-32 at the end of three quarters.  Megan Thompson added 15 points and 12 boards with Hannah Yamamoto adding 10 points.  Rachel Tisdale had 5 points, Alanna O’Hara and Britney Maloney added 3 points, with Carla Collins and Katelyn Apple with 2 points.  Sequim plays Klahowya on Tuesday night, February 11th at home.  Their final game of the season is Thursday night at home against North Mason.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Wolves Top Cowgirls 

Sequim traveled to Chimicum for their game February 4. The team won 47 - 34. Tiffany Millet was the leading scorer with 14 points, and Megan Thompson had 12 points. Trisha Millet made 6 steals and Tiffany Millet made 10 offensive rebounds and 8 defense rebounds. The team worked well together and played an excellent game.

 

Wolves Drop to 9-7 With 3 Losses

The Lady Wolves dropped to 5-4 in league and 9-7 overall.   They lost to Eatonville, Port Townsend, and North Mason.  They lost to Eatonville 40-35 in a closely contested game at home.  They lost another close one to North Mason by one point, 41-40 on January 28th at North Mason.  On January 31st they lost to Port Townsend 54-39.  

 

Sequim wins 2 More!

  TheLady Wolves post two more victories over Klahowya and Vashon.  On Friday, January 17th the Lady Wolves beat Klahowya 76-54 behind a strong performance Tiffany Millet’s 27 points.  Megan Thompson recorded 16pts with 9 rebounds, Alanna O’Hara scored 8 pts, Hannah Yamamoto scored 7 pts, 5 steals, and had 6 assists, and Trisha Millet played a strong game posting 4 pts, 6 assists, and 4 steals.

Against Vashon on Tuesday, January 21st, Megan Thompson led the Lady Wolves to a 63-46 victory scoring 32 points and pulling down 15 boards.  The Millet cousins scored 10 pts each, Tiffany pulling down 15 boards, 7 blocked shots, and 5 steals, while Trisha recorded 4 assists and 7 boards.  Julie Reno recorded 2 pts and 1 board. 
Sequim improved to 4-1 in league and 7-4 overall.  Their next game is against Eatonville at home on Friday, January 23rd.  This is an important game for the
Wolves as are the next two against North Mason and Port Townsend.

 

Sequim wins 2!

 On Friday, January 10th, the Lady Wolves traveled to Foster and posted a 46-41 win.  Leading scorer was Megan Thompson with 21, followed by Tiffany Millet with 11, Hannah Yamamoto with 8, Trisha Millet with 4, and Carla Collins with 2.

 On Monday night, January 13th, the Lady Wolves downed Chimacum to post their third league victory against one loss.  Everyone scored for the Wolves as they posted a 52-27 victory.  Tiffany Millet lead the scoring with 15 points, followed by Alanna O’Hara with 7, Carla Collins with 6, and Britney Maloney with 5.  Thirteen players scored for Sequim.

 

 

 

Monday, January 13, 2003

The Lady Wolves currently have a record of 4 wins and 4 losses.  The wins have been against Forks (2), Olympic, and Orting.  The losses have come against Liberty, Coupeville, Juanita, and Port Townsend.  Currently they are 1-1 in Nisqually League play.

Top scorer is Megan Thompson with 103 points.

Top rebounder, leading in steals, and assist leader is Tiffany Millet.

Tiffany has also recorded 29 blocked shots.

Next game is @ Foster, followed by Chimacum(home) on Tuesday, and on the road @ Klahowya on Friday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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