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Bainbridge senior forward Natalie Vukic earned Metro League Mountain Division most valuable player honors for the second consecutive season this week. Vukic, who'll play next year at the University of Utah, finished with 17 assists and 13 goal for
Bainbridge's girls soccer team clinched a berth to state on Thursday. Two days after falling to Blanchet in the Metro League tournament semifinals, the Spartans beat West Seattle 3-0 in a third-place game at Chief Sealth High School in Seattle...
Andrew Schwieterman and Eric Ledesma grabbed a water cooler and chased Central Kitsap football coach Mark Keel around the field for 50 yards. Eventually, Keel gave up trying to escape, letting two of his seniors douse him near the Cougars' bench.
Klahowya's Jerry Landram earned a spot to the Class 2A state tennis tournament. Landram advanced to the semifinals of the West Central District tournament Friday before falling at Bremerton Tennis and Athletic Club. Landram will play in the third/
Olympic won a loser-out Olympic League tournament girls soccer match 2-1 in a shootout over Bremerton at Memorial Stadium. The Trojans converted three kicks in the shootout, one more than the Knights. Justice Diaz scored off an assist from Anna
The Klahowya Eagles and visiting Kingston Buccaneers battled in a loser-out Olympic League volleyball tournament match before the Eagles pulled out a 3-0 win in an Olympic League volleyball tournament loser-out match Wednesday...We were trying to
Deals! email@example.com There's two regular-season weeks remaining in the high school football season. Here's a breakdown at the playoff picture for the 4A and 3A Narrows League, 2A Evergreen Conference, 1A Southwest Washington Evergreen
The Central Kitsap Cougars are on a late-season push toward the playoffs. The Cougars won their third game in a row, defeating Stadium 41-21 at Silverdale Stadium to keep moving up the Narrows League standings. Central Kitsap is 3-2 in the Narrows
In the end, South Kitsap's football team simply left too much time on the clock. Marching down the field to score a go-ahead touchdown with less than two minutes to play in Friday's game against Lincoln, the Wolves needed one defensive stop to
30 p.m. , updated October 10, 2013 at 11:02 p.m...Olympic's Izzy Tyner had a hat trick and two assists on Thursday night as the Trojans beat the North Mason Bulldogs 7-0 in an Olympic League soccer match. After Tyner scored her third goal in the 70th