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                                                Olympic League Standings (4/19/2011)            

 

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Olympic League

                       Wins  Losses Ties   Pts    GF  GA      

Bremerton (3A)

       4     0       0     12       10    1

North Kitsap (2A)

       2     0       1     7          6     1

Kingston (2A)

       2     0       2     8          6     2

Sequim (2A)        0     2       0     0          2     7

Olympic (2A)

       1     1       0     4          3     1

Port Angeles (2A)

       2     1       2     8          8     5

Pt Townsend (1A)

       1     3       0     3          1     5

North Mason (2A)

       1     0       1     4          2     0

Klahowya (2A)

       0     4       0     0          0     11
 

Port Angeles Cashes In 3-1

Three 1st half goals enough to give Roughriders the Win

April 19, 2011, Sequim Stadium

 

  Anthony Brandon ran wild against the Wolves Tuesday with 2 goals and assist, all in the 1st half, as the Roughriders came to Sequim and left with the win.  Brandon got 2 chances in the first 5 minutes to set the tone for his evening as the Wolf defense was sleepy.  On 10 minutes Brandon slipped a ball through to Tamarat Haskins who slammed a shot wide.  The Wolves came back with an excellent chance 2 minutes later as Saul Flores received a drop from Nick Camporini and fired a shot off the crossbar.  The 'Riders opened the scoring on 15 minutes when Brandon pounced on a Wolf turnover, streaked to goal and again picked out Haskins down the left who was unmarked and beat Byron Boots low and left for a 1-0 lead.  A couple  minutes later, a near identical incident gave Brandon the ball in the Wolf end again.  Anthony took this one himself, dribbled past an onrushing Boots and finished in the empty net for a 2-0 lead.  Saul Flores helped get the Wolves back in it on 18 minutes as he was set free down the left by Jerry Azanza.  Saul got to the endline, took it goalward and sent a cross in that was finished by Omar Flores cutting the lead to 2-1.  The Wolves had life now and attacked with zest.  Saul again got in to the Rider penalty area on 30 minutes and got slashed down for an apparent PK.  Azanza duplicated Saul's attack 2 minutes later and this time was rewarded with the spot kick.  PA goalkeeper Jack Doryland was up to the task though, stopping Azanza's shot to preserve the lead.  60 seconds later, the opportunistic Brandon broke the Wolves back, intercepting a defensive pass back to Boots, waltzing in and finishing around Boots and a 3-1 lead.  The game went from a potential 2-2 tie to a 3-1 Port Angeles advantage in less than a minute.  Oh, the cruel beauty of the game.

 

  The second half was nearly all Wolves, but they were unable to crack the packed in Roughrider defense.  Camporini and a nice chance on 53 minutes but was stymied by frustration and a scorers slump.  At 4 wins and 5 losses, and 0-2 in League play, the season really hangs in the balance with the outcome of the next 2 games against Klahowya and North Mason. 

 

 

 

 

Sequim Blanks Olympic 4-0

McHugh Brace leads Wolves past Trojans

April 6, 2011, Silverdale Stadium

 

    In between the sleet and hail, Mitch McHugh scored 2 goals, one on each side of the break to help Sequim unlock a 4-game losing skid.  This game ended the meaningless flurry of non-league matches and set the stage for the final 7 league matches, beginning next week.  The Wolves were too fast for the Trojans on this night as McHugh got in behind the defenders twice in the first 4 minutes.  Still getting used to his borrowed boots and shingards, he missed both offerings.  Olympic was decent, though, and earned a corner in the 5th minute, and rolled two crosses through the Wolf penalty area that luckily came to naught. On 17 minutes, McHugh got the opener.  Sent through from the left by Saul Flores, Mitch took a long touch, gathered it and slotted it home low and left, 1-0.  Omar Flores missed two decent chances on 25 and 30 minutes, putting one over and the other wide right.  The Trojans countered after a defensive lapse but stubbled the shot wide.

 

  The second half was slow to start but got rolling after 50 minutes.  McHugh got his second on an assist from Saul (possibly offsides?).  He finished up and over Oly's keeper for a 2-0 lead.  Mason Barrett was inserted up front on 60 minutes and immediately began creating havoc with his speed.  First Jerry Azanza popped the crossbar on a stinging free-kick from 25 yards after Barrett had earned a foul.  Then, Mason out-ran the last defender down the right and got taken down in the box for a PK.  Byron Boots lumbered out from his own goal to smash home the spot kick and a 3-0 lead.  The finishing tally came from a corner kick by Saul Flores that was bundled in off a defender.  The final 4-0 score was hopefully the shot the Wolves needed to get the second half of the season rolling in the right direction.

 

 

 

Bucs Rock Sequim 3-0

Shaky Defense, No Offense - Not a good Combo

April 4, 2011, Sequim Stadium

 

    This non-league tester showed that the Wolves need work if they are to contend in the post-season.  A lethargic first half saw the Wolves lob only 4 shots on goal, while the Buccaneers were held to just 2.  What was happening, you may ask?  I'm not even sure as my notebook was full of ugly nothings.

 

  The second half had something, as on 42 minutes right-back Mason Barrett slashed forward, working with Michael Lee, and zipped in a shot that was pushed wide.  Jerry Azanza then sizzled in a blast 2 minutes later that went just wide.  Meanwhile the Kingston counter-attack was getting lined up.  Buccaneer Cody Stevens was inserted to play deep on Irons Ring and forced a confrontation on 57 minutes.  Getting sandwiched between Stevens and a Buc teammate as he retreated, Irons got pinched and the ball squirted forward to Stevens for a 1 v 1 with Byron "Fresh From Vacation" Boots.  Boots was no match as the ball was slotted past him and a 1-0 Kingston lead.  The Wolves fought hard for the equalizer and between 68 and 70 minutes had a series of 4 scary corner-kicks that had Kingston crying for their mother.  But they withstood the onslaught and got another counter/gift from the Wolf defense at the 74 minute mark.  An weak, errant clearance ball went straight to Stevens on the edge of the penalty box with which he made no mistake.  Taking the ball one step right and shooting just that quick, gave the Bucs a 2-0 lead.

 

  Sequim continued to push, though, but was caught too far forward in the last minute.  A through ball to a corner running Stevens found him on a dead run.  The double-goal scorer then lofted in a sweet cross that was finished by Chad Trask to complete the 3-0 whitewash.

 

 

Wolves Can't Stop Vikings

Late Tally Gives North Kitsap 1-0 Win

March 22, 2011, Sequim Stadium

 

    In a evenly fought game, the Wolves came up just short to the Vikings from Poulsbo on Tuesday.  The game featured end-to-end action and both goalkeepers, Byron Boots from Sequim and Jordan Hadden from North Kitsap were very sharp.  The Viking forward tandem of Ismael DeLuna and Garrett Wilder got some early good looks but missed wide and high and Boots was called on for 2 nice saves.  At the other end, Nick Camporini and Mitch McHugh were causing trouble for the Viking defenders.  Camporini put a blast wide right after being sent in on a pass from Waylon Lam.

 

 

Wolves Cruise Past Redskins 4-0

March 17, 2011, Memorial Stadium, Pt. Townsend

 

    Sequim marched in to Memorial Stadium on Thursday and dominated the host Port Townsend Redskins all over the sloppy, muddy turf.  Waylon Lam set the tone just 3 minutes in as he rattled the crossbar with a header after connecting with a Saul Flores cross. 

   The Wolves overwhelmed the 'Skins early and Lam got the opener on 6 minutes as he finished a nice through ball from Nick Camporini.  Camporini set the table again, this time for Omar Flores on 20 minutes.  Flores took the pass, cut to his left and let go a lazy left-footer that beat a screened Redskin keeper Brian LeMaster low and to his right.  On 26 minutes, Beau Little bumped the lead to 3-0 as he converted a neat shot from the right after a cross from Mitch McHugh found him all alone.  Saul Flores finished the first-half blitz on 38 minutes, nailing a blast from the left side.  Mason Barrett had a sweet dummy (?) off a corner kick that left Flores to collect the cross and unload for his second tally of the year.

 

  Sequim Goalkeeper, Byron Boots, was called into action only a couple times - once on a breakaway 15 minutes in, and again in the second half on 56 minutes coming out strong to stuff PT striker Max Gunn.  Boots recorded his second shut-out in three outings and theWolves moved to 3-0.

 

 

Camporini Bullet Kills Cowboys 2-1

March 15, 2011, Sequim Stadium

 

  Only 16 players turned out, no JV squad and a couple super-small dudes warming up.  Should be a cakewalk, right?  Don't tell the Cowboys they don't belong on the same field, as they used a simple "when in doubt, kick it out" philosophy that stymied the Wolves for most of the game.  By just clearing the ball whenever they got the chance the young and relatively unskilled Cowboys hung around until a penalty kick in the 68th minute leveled the score at 1-1, negating Waylon Lam's early tally.  Chimacum goalkeeper Austin Maples was in the zone and made at least 3 stellar saves to also keep the Cowboys close.

  Big Nick Camporini would not accept a tie and just 2 minutes after the PK, Jacob Dewald split the Cowboy right-side defense with a deft ball that set Camporini in on goal.  Nick drove down the right flank and unleashed a hard blast that left Maples pawing the air and the back of the net rippling.

  Chimacum was quiet the rest of the way and the Wolves had a 2-0 record.

 

 

Sequim Swamps 'Riders 3-0

March 12, 2011, Sequim Stadium

 

  Waylon Lam poked home the season opening goal after a scramble in the box left him unmarked 6 yds out.  Nick Camporini's stellar header and Saul Flores driven cross ended up in the back of the net within 10 more minutes and the Wolves were cruising.  Avenging last year's defeat, the Wolves dominated every phase of the game from goalkeeping to housekeeping.  

 

 

 

 

 

Boys Soccer 2011 Season Preview

 

Coaches:  Dave Brasher    

              Victor Lancheros

              Bill Batson

              Jeff Wester

              Juan Cisneros

              Jon Porlier

 

 

 

Team:  Sequim Boys Soccer 2011

 

Record last year/place in league:  12-6-0, 4-4-0 League, 4th Place Olympic League, 2nd  Place 2A Division Olympic League, District 3 2A Champions, State Tournament Participants (Lost 1-0 to Bellingham –eventual State Champs)

 

Returning Starters: Nick Camporini (F) 12, Gerry Azanza (M) 12 Mitch McHugh (F) 11, Waylon Lam (F) 11, Michael Lee (M) 12, Saul Flores (M) 12, Byron Boots (GK) 11 & Irons Ring (D) 11

 

Top New Players:  Mason Barrett (D) 12, David Richards (D) 12, Beau Little (M) 12, Omar Flores (M) 10, Lijah Sanford (D) 9

 

Players to Watch: Gerry Azanza (M) 12 & Nick Camporini (F) 12.  Gerry & Nick give us a very solid core through the middle.  Both are big and strong and if they work together, may cause defenders fits.

 

Goalkeepers:  Byron Boots (11)

 

What can fans expect from your squad this year?  This year’s team will be a work in progress.  Graduating 9 seniors, including 5 starters, leaves this team young but hungry.  A complete new midfield of Azanza, Omar Flores, Michael Lee and Saul Flores should support veteran forwards Camporini, Waylon Lam and Mitch McHugh.  The defense is young and athletic.  Junior Irons Ring moves from right to center and will be flanked by sophomore Mason Barrett and Freshman Lijah Sanford.  The innocence and ignorance of youth could lead to brilliance or tragedy and most likely both in equal amounts.  Azanza brings his passion and vocal exuberance to every practice and game and this team will need him and Camporini to solidify them into a working whole.  This team has fun playing the game and has the potential of showing some really nice soccer.  Hopefully they will be able show the Beautiful Game and win a few in the process.  The addition of the bigger 2A schools and the new play-off format leaves post-season predictions in a mire.  Goalkeeper Byron Boots should keep the team confident in close games and on the offensive side, Boots may be the best penalty shot taker we have!!

 

How will your team do against the rest of the league this year?  Big Rivals?  Key dates in the season?

The Olympic League will again be led by North Kitsap.  Kingston, Bremerton and Olympic should be strong and  Pt. Townsend is always a good rivalry.  March match-ups with the 2A schools will be very important, along with the opening non-league match-up on March 12 vs Port Angeles.

 

Forwards

Nick Camporini (12)

Waylon Lam (11)

Jacob DeWald (12)

Mitch McHugh (11)

Saul Flores (12)

 

Midfielders

Omar Flores (10)

Gerry Azanza (12)

Michael Lee (12)

David Richards (12)

Andres Acosta (11)

Vincent Luis (12)

Beau Little (12)

Defenders  Goalkeepers

Irons Ring (11)             Byron Boots (11)

Mason Barrett (10)          Lorenzo Gonzales (11)

Lijah Sanford (9)

Alex Lopez (12)

Kris Peterson (12)