In a short-lived battle of two teams headed quickly in opposite directions, the heavily favored and battle-tested Sequim Wolves snuffed out any chance of an upset early on in a 47-0 against Klahowya in Silverdale Friday night.
The Wolves (2-0 in Nisqually League play, 4-1 overall) outscored the host Eagles 33-0 in the first quarter thanks to four Klahowya turnovers, three of them interceptions by senior Alex Gillis.
Sequim junior quarterback Drew Rickerson threw four touchdown passes to four different receivers and senior Travis Decker added three touchdown runs, the final one a 72-yard scamper on the first play from scrimmage in the second half.
"I'm really proud of our guys; they came out and executed like they should have," Sequim coach Erik Wiker said. Read more in Wednesday's Sequim Gazette.