The final varsity game of the regular season for the North Kitsap Vikings could be a treat for the program if they defeat the Olympic Trojans on Oct. 31.
Two North Kitsap doubles teams fought through adversity, and wet weather, to win in the Olympic League Tennis Championships on Oct. 24.
There may be an appetizing secret to the North Kitsap Vikings’ success this season.
Port Angeles gave North Kitsap a scare before falling 26-10 on senior night at Civic Field
They've earned the opportunity, now it's up to the Port Angeles and Sequim football teams to seize the moment — and possibly a playoff berth.
Because of a potential tie-breaking situation for other teams, the Kingston Buccaneers will play their last game of the year on a Thursday, instead of Friday.
A 3-0 win over the second-place Sequim Wolves Oct. 21 put the North Kitsap Vikings two games above the competition.
The North Kitsap Vikings defeated their crosstown rivals and secured a trip to the district playoffs in one evening Oct. 17.
Ruby Roberts and the Washington State University women’s cross country team won the Indiana State Pre-Nationals Invitational Oct. 18.
The Olympic League Tennis Championships were postponed Oct. 22 due to wet weather.
Kellen Landry's game-winning catch created mayhem at Civic Field, with Port Angeles students and fans joining the team on the field to celebrate the Roughriders' 20-14 overtime win over archrival Sequim last Friday, but it also might end up making a mess of the Olympic League postseason race.
The North Kitsap Vikings continued their unbeaten campaign with a 48-24 win over the Bremerton Knights Oct. 10.
The Kingston Buccaneers showed improvement with a first- place team finish at the league meet at Port Townsend on Oct. 15.
Poulsbo physician Gilbert Ondusko represented his hometown with a first-place finish in the Poulsbo Marathon Oct. 12.
Anneli Seaberg thought she would be running junior varsity when she signed up for cross country at North Kitsap High School.
A 3-0 win over the Olympic Trojans left the Vikings alone at the top of the Olympic League standings Oct. 7.
The Vikings continued their gridiron onslaught by crushing the North Mason Bulldogs 50-8 on Oct. 3.