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Sequim scored four goals in a 4-0 Senior Night win over Kingston on May 4, Wolves’ latest playoff tune-up.

“The most important thing for us recently is to finish and score and we’ve been able to do that in the last two games,” coach Ken Garling said.

Garling said Wolves dominated possession for much of the game, breaking through just before half-time.

“Rafa Flores shook things up in the 33rd minute,” Garling said. “He followed his shot which bounced off the keeper and a defender, stayed with it and put it in the net.”

Ethan Knight added the second score just after halftime.

“A terrific solo goal, a kick over the head with his left foot that beat the keeper,” Garling said.

Brandon Wagner added a third score in the 60th minute.

“[It was] a nice left-footed shot inside the penalty area from about 15 yards down and hard all the way to the corner,” Garling said.

Cristian Gonzalez finished it off with a penalty in the dying minutes.

Coming

Sequim (10-5) is seeded seventh in the West Central District Tournament 2/3 and was due to play Franklin Pierce on May 10. Results were not available at the time of going to press; to see sequimgazette.com for updates.

The winner of that game advances to the district semifinals and secures a spot in the state, while the May 12 loser faces the winner of a May 10 Foster-Kingston game, set to win on May 12. May and a May 14 game to move to State.

Six of the 16 entries advance to the 2A state tournament.

Michael Dashiell/Sequim Gazette Sequim’s Brandon Wagner, right, and Kingston’s Steven Ramirez battle for the ball in Sequim’s 4-0 home win May 4.

Michael Dashiell/Sequim Gazette Sequim's Aidan Henninger (11) and Kingston's Marshall Kilpatrick battle for the ball in the first half of Sequim Senior Night's 4-0 win.

Michael Dashiell/Sequim Gazette Sequim’s Aidan Henninger (11) and Kingston’s Marshall Kilpatrick battle for the ball in the first half of Sequim Senior Night’s 4-0 win.

Sequim seniors Harrison Bell (16) and Javier Gomez keep track of a ball into Wolves territory, during Sequim's 4-0 win over Kingston on May 4.  Sequim honored 11 seniors in their last home game.  Photo from Sequim Gazette by Michael Dashiell

Sequim seniors Harrison Bell (16) and Javier Gomez keep track of a ball into Wolves territory, during Sequim’s 4-0 win over Kingston on May 4. Sequim honored 11 seniors in their last home game. Photo from Sequim Gazette by Michael Dashiell

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