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Sports update | Vikings shutout North Mason

Kingston running back Brady Sundquist (number 44), blocks for Chandler Setterlund as he works past the defensive line of Olympic High School on Friday.   - Johnny Walker/ For the Herald
Kingston running back Brady Sundquist (number 44), blocks for Chandler Setterlund as he works past the defensive line of Olympic High School on Friday.
— image credit: Johnny Walker/ For the Herald

NORTH KITSAP — The North Kitsap Vikings football team brought home its first win of the season Friday night after defeating North Mason 45-0.

The away game ended with 17 first downs by the Vikings and a possession time of 26:39. North Mason made six first downs with total possession of 21:21. North Mason had a total of eight fumbles, four which were turnovers. North Kitsap ended with a total of 365 yards to North Mason's 114.

This was the team's first Olympic League game. The Vikings are now 1-0 in League and 1-2 overall.

Player statistics:

RUSHING — M.Adams 1-4; C.Blackmore 4-23; K.Gill 1-3; M.Fisher 2-15; K.Golden 12-22; J.Hadden 1-3; C.McCorkle 4-61; A.Milyard 1-9; D.Mitchell 4-49; I.Reece 5-22

PASSING — K.Gill 6-3-1-34; A.Milyard 10-8-0-120

RECEIVING — M.Adams 1-13; T.Dennis 1-4; K.Golden 1-21; J.Hadden 1-5; A.Hecker 1-14; D.Micthell 1-(minus 2); J.Nettleton 2-22; A.Urquhart 3-77

The Kingston Buccaneers, meanwhile, held Olympic High School to a single touchdown during a home game Friday.

The Bucs had a total of 377 yards on the night, with quarterback Sam Byers leading the team with four touchdowns.

The Bucs are now 1-0 in the Olympic League and 2-1 overall.

Player statistics:

RUSHING — A.Ashworth 3-3; S.Byers 10-68; C.Setterlund 21-148; B.Sundquist 1-6; N.Tabanera 11-50

PASSING — S.Byers 5-10-0-102

RECEIVING — G.Marinan 3-67; B.McMullen 1-34; B.Reece 1-1

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