Valerye Huff, Rachel Beck, Alanna
O’Hara, and Hannah Yamamoto named honorable mention in the Nisqually
| Varsity Basketball Team 2004-05
|| JV Basketball Team 2004-05
Wolves 1 Win From State!
within one game of qualifying for the State tournament on
Tuesday night. They beat second place Hazen 66-53 in a loser
out game. Leading the charge was junior Rachel Beck pulling
down 15 boards and scoring 21 points for a double double.
Guards Hannah Yamamoto and Valerye Huff scored 13 points apiece
in a well balanced attack. Brittany Langston pulled down 7
boards and Alanna O’Hara pulled down 10 boards and took to
charges on defense. Langston also had 8 points. Molly Fletcher
put in 5 points for the Wolves.
Sequim plays Lakes in a winner to State game on Thursday,
February 24 at Auburn HS at 8 p.m.
Sequim Brushes Aside Peninsula,
2005 - Kaps Gym
Sequim gutted out
a loser out game against Peninsula at home on Thursday.
In the third
quarter Sarah Moores tied the game with a rebound and put back and a
free throw. 3 consecutive three point shots by Hannah Yamamoto (2)
and Valerye Huff (1) put the game out of reach. Sequim won 56-41.
Yamamoto led the team in scoring with 14, Huff had 13, Rachel Beck
10, and Alanna O’Hara had 7 points.
February 19th, Sequim traveled to Buckley to play White
River. White River lived up to the #1 District rank and beat Sequim
75-46. Leading the scoring was Yamamoto with 13, Beck with 10 and
Jenet Mingoy with 10 points. Sequim travels to Puyallup to play
Hazen in a loser out game on Tuesday night at 8 p.m.
Finish 3rd In Nisqually at 8-4
February 12, 2005 - Sequim
The lady Wolves finished up the regular season with 2
Life Christian 55-36 on February
Klahowya 69-26 on February 11. With their 8-4 record, the Wolves
ended up in 3rd place and a play-off pigtail game against Peninsule on
With Seattle Christian & Steilacoom
On Tuesday, February 1st,
first place Steilacoom handled the Wolves 47-34. After the first quarter,
the score was tied 8-8. The Lady Sentinels controlled the boards and
pressed Sequim forcing 21 turnovers. The Lady Wolves, played hard and were
led by Rachel Beck with 9 points and Valerye Huff and Hannah Yamamoto with 7
each. Their next game is a must win against Life Christian at home on
February 8th, their final home game of the season. If they can
win the next two games they stand a good chance of gaining a playoff game to
qualify for the District tournament.
Sequim beat Seattle
Christian 42-38 at home, Friday, January 28th. Valerye Huff’s 4
point play in the final quarter and Hannah Yamamoto’s two free throws put
the game out of reach when Seattle Christian out scored the Wolves 18-9 in
the final quarter. Huff and Alanna O’Hara had 10 points followed by
O'Hara Knocks Down
Winner in Thriller
January 21, 2005 - Sequim
Sequim beat second
place Orting to move to 5-2 in league and 10-5 overall. Leading
scorer was Rachel Beck with 12, followed by Hannah Yamamoto with 9,
Valerye Huff with 8, and Alanna O’Hara with 5. Sequim was up 26-16
in the third quarter when Orting went on a 16-2 run leading 32-28.
Hannah Yamamoto and Valerye Huff led the charge to tie the game
39-39 and Justine Textor stole the ball on an Orting inbound pass
with seconds to go in the game. Textor then inbounded the pass to
O’Hara who drove past a pick set by Brittany Langston to seal the
win with a 10 foot jumper, 41-39.
Sequim plays at
Vashon Island on Tuesday, January 25th at 7 p.m.
LadyWolves Pop Cascade 58-44
January 18, 2005 - Kaps Gym
beat Cascade Christian 58-44 Tuesday night, January 18th at home.
Leading scorers were Rachel Beck and Hannah Yamamoto with 15 points
each. Valerye Huff added 13 points to the well-balanced attack. Rachel
had a double-double with 16 rebounds. Sequim improved to 9-5 overall
and 4-2 in league. They play Orting at home on Friday, January 21st.
Over PT in OT
Jan 11, 2005
Sequim beat Port Townsend on January 11th for the first time in two
year 61-51 in overtime. The game was tied at the end of regulation
47-47. Rachel Beck, Hannah Yamamoto and Valerye Huff were the leading
scorers. Reachel Beck, Alanna O’Hara, and Justine Textor led the team
Sequim posted a 64-22 win on Friday January 14th
against a very young Foster team. Leading the way was Alanna O’Hara
with 16 and Hannah Yamamoto with 12 points. Foster scored only 5
points in the first half.
Wolves Split With Chimacum & Eatonville
Jan 9, 2005
Sequim downed Chimacum
48-45 on Tuesday, January 4th. Valerye Huff scored 21
points, Justine Textor scored 7 points and had 14 rebounds.
On Friday, January 8th,
Sequim lost to Eatonville 52-40. Val Huff scored 10 points and had 10
rebounds. Hannah Yamamoto had 9 points, Justine Textor had 8 points
and 10 rebounds. Alanna O’Hara had 9 boards. The Ladywolves play
Port Townsend on Tuesday in PT.
Lady Wolves Ready to Re-Group for New Year
girls lost two at the White River Tourney over the Christmas break.
They played White River and Bainbridge, losing 69-34 and 69-29
respectively. Valerie Huff had 9 points and Hannah Yamamoto had 8 in
the White River game. The team faced a very quick and talented press,
but the girls played hard the entire game. Against Bainbridge, Alanna
O'Hara had 8 points and Rachel Beck had 7 points. Justine Textor
chipped in 5 pts. Their record is now 5-4.
december 17, 2004 North Mason
lost to North Mason Friday, 55-44. Valerie Huff had 21 points, Alanna
O'Hara had 10, Hannah Yamamoto had 6, Angeneth Mingoy had 5. their
next game is at White River on the 28th of December.
Comes Down On Eagles
December 14 -
Kaps Gym, Sequim
The Lady Wolves improved to 5-1
Tuesday hammering Klahowya by 36 points, 46-10. Leading scorer was
Val Huff with 12, Hannah Yamamoto had 8. Angeneth Mingoy had 7,
Brittany Langston 6, Alanna O’Hara 6, Justine Textor 4, and Molly
Fletcher 3. The Lady Wolves travel to North Mason for their first
league game Friday at 5:45 p.m.
Girls Take 1st Loss 45-35 vs. Jefferson
December 11, 2004 - Federal Way
The Lady Wolves lost their first game of the season losing to Jefferson
HS in Federal Way. Jefferson is a 4A school and plays in the SPSL
league. Sequim led at the end of the first quarter, but ended up losing
45-35. Leading scorer for the Wolves was Brittany Langston with 14
points and 6 rebounds. Valerie Huff had 8 points and Hannah Yamamoto 7
points and 5 rebounds. The taller Jefferson squad struggled to score
against Sequim’s tenacious zone defense in the 4th quarter.
The next game is at home Tuesday against Klahowya.
Wolves Win 46-39,
Stretch Streak To 4
December 10, 2004 -
Sequim improved to 4-0 after beating Forks on Friday, December 10th
in Sequim. Forks rallied to take a one point lead in the third
quarter but the Wolves quickly regained the lead, winning 46-39.
Valerie Huff paced the Wolves with 17 points, knocking down 2 three
pointers. Brittany Langston had 10 points and 13 rebounds and took a
couple of charges earning two Blizzards from Dairy Queen. Alanna
O'Hara had 8 points and 9 rebounds and Hannah Yamamoto had 5 points
and 3 assists. Angeneth Mingoy had 3 steals, 2 assists and took a
charge thus winning a Blizzard from Dairy Queen. Sequim travels to
Jefferson in Federal Way on Saturday.
Sequim Girls Win Streak Up To 3
December 4th, the Lady Wolves, playing their first home game,
beat South Whidbey HS 52-40. Leading the Wolves were the guard duo of
Valerie Huff (19 points) and Hannah Yamamoto (18 points). Justine
Textor pulled down 10 rebounds, Alanna O’Hara had 9 boards, and Rachel
Beck had 6 boards. Yamamoto had a game high 3 steals, with O’Hara and
Beck posting 2 steals apiece. They play Forks again on Friday,
December 10th at home.
Girls Move To 2-0
Sequim improved to 2-0, beating Forks 50-37 in Forks.
Alanna O'Hara led the Wolves with 14 points, Angeneth Mingoy had 9,
hitting 9 out of 10 freethrows, Brittany Langston had 7 points and 8
rebounds. Hannah Yamamoto had 6 steals and 6 rebounds. Sequim plays
South Whidbey on Saturday, Dec 4th at 5 p.m.
JV squad beat Forks in the early game.
Drop Trojans 41-27 In Opener
girls beat Olympic HS last night at Olympic. The score was 41-27.
Leading scorer was Alana O’Hara with 13, Valerie Huff and Hannah
Yamamoto recorded 8 points each. The ladies stretched the lead to 20
points during the third quarter. The next game is at Forks on Friday,
JV at 5 p.m. with the varsity following. South Whidbey visits Sequim on
Saturday for the first home game of the season.