Only a pin-total tiebreaker could decide the winner as North Mason upset Sequim's bowling squad on Dec. 10.
Samantha Whiteside led the Wolves with a 310-pin series, but the Bulldogs - whom Sequim had beaten each of their last four meetings - got 334 pins from Megan Miller and took one of each regular and Baker-format games.
Sequim won the opening game 643-579 but the Bulldogs, behind April Griffiths' 191-pin game, scored a 749-647 win in game two.
After the teams split two close Baker games - North Mason took game one 112-106, Sequim won game two, 151-146 - the Bulldogs wound up with the win, scoring 1,586 total pins to Sequim's 1,547.
Alex Whiteside helped the Wolves' cause with 283 pins while Kim Duce chipped in with a 277-pin series.
The Wolves were scheduled to host Bremerton on Dec. 15, the first of five consecutive home dates - results were unavailable at press time.
Sequim is back in action Dec. 17 versus Olympic, the team's final match of the calendar year. The Wolves host Peninsula on Jan. 7.
Three of the top prep bowling teams in the state reside in the Silverdale-Bremerton area.
Klahowya wants to make that four teams.
The Eagles got a bit of revenge from an early-season defeat to Sequim by beating the Wolves 6-1 on Dec. 8.
Carys Bailey, one of the top 10 2A/3A bowlers in Washington, led the Eagles with a 368-pin series and 189 pins in game one.
Klahowya topped Sequim 767-681 and 775-659 in two regular-format games and 145-116 in the first Baker-format game before Sequim scored a point in the second Baker game, winning 163-152.
Sam Whiteside led the Wolves with a 331-pin series and 174-pin first game. Duce helped Sequim with a 272-pin series, followed by Lola Macia (260 pins), Johanna Ewing (256) and Alex Whiteside (221).
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