Sequim pulls away from Coupeville in 2nd half / Boys basketball

A strong second half lifted the Sequim boys basketball team to a 38-30 win over visiting Coupeville Monday, Dec. 3.

Coupeville took a 15-9 lead into halftime, but Sequim outscored the Whidbey crew 29-15 in the second half to cement the win.

Coupeville, still looking for its first win after three games, will host Friday Harbor, another 0-3 team, at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Coupeville and Sequim finished the first quarter in a 5-5 tie; then behind 6 points from Hawthorne Wolfe, Coupeville went into the locker room with a 15-9 lead.

Sequim hit three three-pointers and pumped in 15 points in the third quarter to take a 24-23 lead.

Wolfe finished with 11 points, followed by Sean Toomey-Stout with 7. Jered Brown and Ulrik Wells each tallied 4, and Gavin Knoblich and Dave Lucero had 2 each.

Silas Lewis led Sequim with 12.

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