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North Kitsap girls basketball record spoiled by Port Angeles

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Port Angeles' Kiah Jones steals the basketball from North Kitsap's Rebekah Baugh Tuesday night during the League game in the North Kitsap High School Gymnasium. Jones had 23 points at the end of the game.
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POULSBO — The Port Angeles girls basketball team was too much for the lady Vikings on the court Tuesday night.

After a 59-30 loss, the Vikings record changes to 6-1 overall, 5-1 in the Olympic League. The 2011-12 Vikings team kept pace with Port Angeles through the first quarter, falling behind 14-10. Before the half, PA was able to improve its score to 28-16. The Vikings were unable to make anything out of the second half, scoring a total of 14 points.

North Kitsap's Indigo Williams, who returned to the court in the team's second game this season after sitting out the fall sports season due to an injury, lead the team with eight points.

Port Angeles' Kiah Jones scored 23 points, well ahead that of anyone else on the court Tuesday night.

Scoring:

Port Angeles 14 14 16 15 — 59

North Kitsap 10 6 7 7 — 30

Individual scoring: Rebekah Baugh 6, Kristin Brown 2, Dahrien Cardoza 6, Ashley Mueller 2, Nold 4, Lexi Simmons 2, Indigo Williams 8

North Kitsap boys (2-5, 2-4) lose 58-42 to Port Angeles

Scoring:

Port Angeles 6 21 16 15 — 58

North Kitsap 5 14 5 18 — 42

Individual scoring: Kendal Gill 6, Noah Harrel 14, Riley Lindsey 5, Dan Mitchell 4, Andrew Urquhart 2, Trevor Waller 11.

Kingston boys basketball (6-2, 6-0) keeps winning streak alive

The Kingston High School boys basketball team is now the only undefeated basketball team from the North Kitsap School District.

Kingston outscored Klahowya by 10 points Tuesday night, improving its record to 6-2, 6-0.

Up until last Friday, the boys team was accompanied by the girls team in celebrating an undefeated record. However, a 56-45 loss to Bremerton ended the lady Buccaneers record.

Of the boys basketball team, both Sam Byers and KT Deam scored 17 points in the night.

Scoring:

Kingston 19 18 17 14 — 68

Klahowya 9 20 8 21 — 58

Kingston girls (6-1, 5-1) hand Klahowya another loss

Scoring:

Kingston 17 15 18 9 — 59

Klahowya 8 9 8 9 — 34

Individual scoring: Amanda Carper 6, Katelyn Carper 6, Clark 4, Ipo Fuentes 4, Nana Fuentes 13, Anna Gaines 4, Maggie Snaza 11, Savannah Turrieta 4, Lindsey Wicklein 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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