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North Kitsap Sports Briefs
KHS recognizes spring sports
athletes at banquet last week
BASEBALL: MVP, Tyler Sullivan; Most Inspirational, Brock McCulloch; Most Improved, Curtis Wildung; Defensive Player of the Year, Robert Jordan; Offensive Player of the Year, Reuben Smith; and captains Chris Jones and Theron Rahier.
SOCCER: MVP, John Troka; Most Inspirational, Chris Hall and Josh Gilson; Most Improved, Brian Bain; Coach’s Award, Devin Langaker; and captains Hall and Ben Van Kleeck.
FASTPITCH: Captains Kendal Peiguss, Chelsie Brann and Hannah McCluskey.
GIRLS TENNIS: MVP, Theresa Tucci; Most Inspirational, Rachel Bishop; Most Improved, Kristina Lambert; and captains Bishop and Jocelyn Gutierrez.
BOYS TRACK: MVP, Aaron Bilbao; Most Inspirational, Stephan Simonson; Most Improved, Andrew Hanson; and captains Bilbao, Andrew Michak, Michael Ferrell and Alex Van Deen.
GIRLS TRACK: MVP, Jaime Schultz; Most Inspirational, Ruby Roberts; Most Improved, Dana Van Wyck and captains Anika Kramberger and Schultz.
NKHS recognizes fall, winter and spring sport athletes at third annual Nk Athletic Boosters banquet
NK Athletic Booster scholar recipients: Jillian Calahan, Amy Cox, Jordan Ejde, TJ French, Jessica Ouellet, Jake Pedersen, Ray Reedy, Julie Rencher, Tyler Seth and Andrew Yee.
Girls soccer: second team all league, Stephanie Skelley and Siara Byers. Boys tennis: league tournament doubles participants Joe McBurney and Conner Gallagher. Cross country: state competitors Paul Coulter and Annelise Weinmann. Girls swimming: Stephanie Longmate. Volleyball: second team all Narrows League, Jessica Ouelett. Football: first team all Narrows League, Jordan Ejde, Parker Thomas, Jamaal Smith and Greg Ottele; honorable mentions: Kevin Stringer, Ryan Cleaver, Taylor Chisholm, Kyle Brose, Kyle McCown, Brad Deshano and Zach Sampson.
Wrestling: Narrows League champion; Anthony Lindfors and Jeff Jones; Narrows League placers; Matt Cordell and Paul Coulter. Boys basketball: first team all Narrows League; Taylor Hoffer and Kyle Ericksen; honorable mention; Jordan Coover and Kyle McCown. Girls basketball: first team all Narrows League Darcey Hughes; and Nikki Taplin, Ashley Tobin and Courtney Coleman. Gymnastics: state competitors; McKenna Elves and Melissa Kunold. Boys swimming: Josh Despard.
Baseball: all Narrows League nominees Tyler Seth, Kramer Uvila and Justin Roulanaitis. Fastpitch: Ashley Tobin, Jordan Jewett, Jenneke Oostman and Jordan Chargualaf. Girls golf: Hayley Wuensch and Elle Sanders. Girls tennis: Britt Seaberg and Darlene Dang. Boys soccer: first team all Narrows League, Sam Mouser, Jake Pedersen and Nate May; honorable mention: Nick Cameron, JonLuc Klinker, Craig Gracey, Ashy Carlson, Jose Ramirez and Greg Ottele. Boys golf: Joey Duwe and Mitch Woodside. Track and field: Ray Reedy, Siara Byers, Madison Taylor, Melissa Kunold, Ali Howe and Kateese Carter.
Kitsap Baseball Post 68 wins four over the weekend
Saturday, game one: Post 68 defeated Wilder Baseball 6-5 in eight innings.
From the mound: Robert Jordan pitched four innings, Josh Horst pitched two innings and Kyle Murray pitched the final two. From the plate: Chris Jones, one hit, one run and an RBI; Kramer Uvila, one hit and one run; James Smith, one hit and an RBI; Bradley Durham, one hit and an RBI; Reuben Smith, two hits, a double and one run; Daniel Orr, one hit, two runs and an RBI; Eli Olsen, three hits, one run and an RBI.
Game 2: Post 68 defeated Narrows Baseball 6-5 in nine innings.
From the mound: Jones threw six innings, and Andy Smith pitched the final three innings. From the plate: Uvila, one hit and an RBI; Andy Smith one run; James Smith, two hits, one homer, one run and three RBI’s; Jordan Green, one run; Durham, one hit, a double and one run; Reuben Smith, one hit, one run and an RBI; Murray, two hits and an RBI; and Levi O’Hara-McLaren, one hit and one run.
Sunday, game 1: Post 68 defeated Wilder Baseball 12-3.
From the mound: Olsen threw five innings, Reuben Smith pitched one inning and Horst threw one inning. From the plate: Andy Smith, two hits, one double, three runs and two RBI’s; Uvila, four hits, two doubles, two runs and two RBI’s; James Smith, one hit, one run and one RBI; Jordan Green, two hits, one double, one triple, two runs and an RBI; Reuben Smith, one hit; Jamaal Smith, two hits, a double and an RBI; Murray, two hits, one double, two runs and an RBI; Jones, one hit and one run; and Orr, one hit and one run.
Game 2: Post 68 defeated Wilder Baseball 15-0 in five innings.
From the mound: Jamaal Smith threw four innings and Murray pitched one inning. From the plate: Andy Smith, a homer, three runs and two RBI’s; Uvila, three hits, three runs and two RBI’s; Olsen, one hit and one run; James Smith, one hit, one run and an RBI; Jordan Green, one hit; Robert Jordan, one run; Durham, two hits, one homer, one run and four RBI’s; Reuben Smith, two hits, one homer, two runs and an RBI; Seth Green, one hit and one run; Orr, three hits, all doubles and three RBI’s; Jones, one hit and an RBI; and Horst, one hit, a double and two runs.
Kitsap Post 68 has a flawless record, 6-0. The post plays today at 6:30 p.m. at Legion Field in Bremerton against Tacoma’s RBI Baseball.
Kitsap BlueJackets game
On June 6 the North Kitsap Little Leagues and North Kitsap Babe Ruth are hosting a Kitsap BlueJackets game at Snider Park. This is a fundraiser for both organizations. Admission will be at the gate, $5 per car with one person, $10 per car with two or more people.