Where: The Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course, 1965 Woodcock Road
3:30 p.m. — Middle school boys
3:45 p.m. — Middle school girls
4 p.m. — Junior varsity boys
4:30 p.m. — Varsity boys
5:01 p.m. — All girls (varsity and junior varsity)
2011 champions: Olympic (boys), Kingston (girls)
Boys' outlook: Sequim has the most complete squad this fall, going 8-0 in league meets. Top challengers include Kingston (7-1) and North Kitsap (6-2). Top individual runners include Sequim's Adrian Clifford and Mikey Cobb, Port Angeles' Kyle Tupper and Peter Butler, North Mason's Bjorn Van Dijk, Olympic's Craig Boekenoogen, Kingston's Devin Jacob and Thomas Gill, Bremerton's Caleb Smith and Nick Noble, and Klahowya's Mike Ward.
Girls' outlook: Kingston and North Kitsap fought for first and second last season at the league meet and they figure to be the top teams again. NK went 8-0 and Kingston was 7-1 this season. Fighting for third and fourth likely will be Port Angeles, Sequim and Klahowya. Top runners are Reagan Coyler (state 2A runner-up in 2011), Kathleen Ramsey and Clara Lund from North Kitsap, Annie Roberts and Melia Beckwith of Kingston, Port Angeles' Elizabeth Stevenson and Dusti Lucas, Hannah Welzbacker of Klahowya, Caitlyn Mead of North Mason, Elizabeth Quintana of Bremerton and Sequim's Emily Webb.
Not a bad way to tune up for the postseason.
Sequim's cross country squads got tested by their peninsula rivals as they battled Port Angeles and North Mason in Belfair last week in the final double dual meet of the 2012 season.
Sequim's boys topped Port Angeles by eight team points (30 to 38, low score wins) to complete an 8-0 campaign while Sequim's girls (5-3) took second to the Roughriders, falling short by just 11 points, 24 to 35.
Senior Adrian Clifford led the way for the boys with a 17:50 mark for first place, followed by Mikey Cobb in third (17:51) and Peter Ohnstad in fourth (17:51). Freshman Jackson Oliver was 10th overall at 19:14.
On the girls' side, freshman Emily Webb finished third overall with a 23:05 finish, followed by Siana Turner in fifth (23:09) and Amelia Ohnstad in seventh (23:19).
The Wolves host the Olympic League meet tomorrow, Oct. 18, at The Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course.
The top four teams advance to the West Central District meet at American Lake Golf Course on Saturday, Oct. 27. The top five teams in both races, plus the top 25 girl and 30 boy individuals, earn berths at the state 2A meet, slated for Saturday, Nov. 3, in Pasco.