NK volleyball finishes 2nd in league play; collected 275 pounds of food
By KIPP ROBERTSON
North Kitsap Herald Education/Sports Reporter
October 26, 2012 · 11:25 AM
POULSBO — The North Kitsap High School volleyball team did more than defeat Port Angeles Oct. 18. The team helped defeat hunger.
The game, dubbed “Serving up Food for Fishline,” brought in 275 pounds of food for North Kitsap Fishline.
The food, donated by visitors to the game, will mostly go to the Food for Thought program, which provides food for after-school to children in low-income households.
The Vikings then finished second in the Olympic League after their 3-0 win over the Kingston Buccaneers Oct. 23.
The Vikings (7-1) finished behind Sequim (8-0).
The Vikings are headed to the sub-district tournament Oct. 27, at Sequim High School.
North Kitsap plays Klahowya at 11 a.m.
Sequim plays either Olympic or Port Angeles at 11 a.m. Sequim’s opponent would be determined Thursday, when Olympic and Port Angeles played.The winners of the first sub-district games play each other at 2 p.m. Oct. 27. The losers do the same.
The four teams are playing for the top four seeds into the West Central District III tournament, which begins Nov. 2 at Franklin Pierce and Washington high schools.
Kingston’s loss to North Kitsap Oct. 23 eliminated the Bucs from a post-season appearance.
Contact North Kitsap Herald Education/Sports Reporter Kipp Robertson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 779-4464.