After rival Port Angeles ended a three-year-plus winning streak on April 10,
Sequim rebounded with a pair of wins against league foes barely.
On April 15, the Bremerton Knights won all three singles matches but Sequim swept the doubles matches, giving the Wolves their second 4-3 win against Bremerton this season.
Kyla Hall and Blaire Maloney battled from down a set and down in the second set to topple Bremertons top doubles squad, 4-6, 7-5 and 6-3, while Sequim teammates Caihley Baker and Diana Earl went three sets to beat Bremertons No. 2 squad, 6-1, 6-7 and 7-5.
Mary Cherrett and Kali Wake whitewashed Brem-ertons No. 3 squad while Kari Hankins and Jaysa Hill won in straight sets as well in the No. 4 doubles match.
Two days later, the Wolves stopped Klahowya 5-2, needing solid performances by their top singles player and doubles teams.
Angela Richards stopped Klahowyas Jessica Wilson 7-5 and 6-2 for Sequims lone singles win, while Hall and Maloney went to three sets again to beat Klahowyas Misty Noster and Katie Stephens (6-4, 2-6, 6-2).
Baker and Earl improved to 4-0 as a doubles duo with a straight-set win against Nicole Lewandowski and Melody Noster (6-3, 6-1). Cherrett Wake didnt give up a game in topping Klahowyas No. 3 squad while Hankins and Hill added a win in the fourth and final doubles spot.
An April 15 home date with Peninsula a make-up match from an earlier match scheduled in April was postponed thanks to inclement weather. Thats hardly something new for the Wolves: theyve seen four postponements in the first six scheduled matches this season.
The Wolves were scheduled to host Kingston April 21 results were unavailable at press time. Sequim travels to Belfair to battle North Mason April 23 and hosts the Olympic Trojans April 25.