Sports update| Kingston Buccaneers tennis, volleyball teams return home with wins Thursday

NORTH KITSAP — The Kingston High School boys tennis team and girls volleyball team both came back with wins Thursday evening.

With help from the doubles partners, the tennis team defeated Bremerton High School 4-3.

Boys tennis at Bremerton Sept. 8

Final: 4-3

Singles: Matt Pohl (Brem) def. Loren Klemesrud 3-6, 6-3, 6-1

Doug Erickson (Brem) def. Erik Reichert 6-4, 6-2

Skiluv Lamni (Brem) def. Jordan Mick 6-2, 6-2

Doubles: Tyler Shuey/ Beau Rabideaux (KHS) def. Conner Wales/ Derek Welch 6-2, 7-5

Cody Sweeney/ Kyle Hamal (KHS) def. Emerson Castro/ Colton McCoy 6-2, 6-0

Chris Daniels/ Patrick Daniels (KHS) def. Bryan Kulbeth/ Tyler Enloe 6-3, 6-2

Cody Moen/ Michael Evans (KHS) def. Nelson Liu/ Jade Jarvis 6-4,6-2


Volleyball against Chimacum

The volleyball team went 3-0 in its match against Chimacum: 25-23, 25-10, 25-21.

Individual statistics will be posted when available.


Girl's soccer against King's

The girls soccer team was defeated by King's, 2-0.

Both goals came in the second half, the first with 12 minutes remaining, the second with two minutes remaining.

The team was out-shot 11-7 at the goal. Kingston's varsity goalie Sara Nash had seven saves in the night.

Head coach Craig Smith said captain Brooke Tschita, Liz Lawrence and Sarah Holt at center-back, and Kristi Mellum at center-mid all played well. He said the team still has much to work on, but players such as Emily Anderson and Hailey Stokes who never played a varsity game looked as if they were used to the faster pace game.


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