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Some out, others still fighting | State sports
TRACK AND FIELD
Bucs send a few, Vikes send a crowd to track comp.
POULSBO — Following their first-place district finish, the North Kitsap girls’ track and field team is sending a large crew to the 2A State Championships.
Ditto for the boys.
The Kingston Buccaneers, while not sending as many, are being represented well by their atheletes.
The championships are May 29-31. Here are the state track and field competitors:
Boys — Jack Larson, 400-meter dash; Garrett Rouser, 110-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles; 4x400 relay (Alexander Barrett, Colin Veilleux, Larson, Rouser)
Girls — Annie Roberts, 800-meter dash, 1,600-meter run; Ana Ruiz de Somocurcio, triple jump.
Boys — Sean Crowell, 800-meter dash; 4x400 relay (Jarod DeGuzman, Dutton Crowley, Austin Nettleton, Crowell); Taylor Stephens, 110-meter hurdles, high jump; Zachary Whittaker, long jump, triple jump; Jacob McCown, javelin.
Girls — Katherine Shafer, 800-meter dash; Clara Lund, 1,600-meter run, 3,200-meter run; Kathleen Ramsey, 1,600-meter run, 3,200-meter run; 4x100 relay (Jasmine Selembo, Lilian Raymond, Briann George, Sara Bigelow); 4x400 relay (Annika Lee Krol; Sara Bigelow, Lund; Briann George) Maren Sedy, pole vault; Hannah Snyder, long jump, triple jump; Jordan Thomas, shot put; Rebecca Darrow, high jump.
Kingston team wins districts, makes state
KINGSTON — Chelsea Rosebrook and Sarah Hamal are the Buccaneers’ last hope on the tennis court this season.
The doubles team is the sole team from Kingston — and North Kitsap for that matter – competing in the 2A Girls State Tennis Doubles Championships. The first round of the championships are May 30 at the Nordstrom Tennis Center.
The two Buccaneers face Washougal’s Christina Zack and Haley Briggs to start. Win or lose, the Bucs play Colville’s Hannah Greene/Mariah O’Brien, or West Valley’s Makenzie Kinloch/Caroline Goyette.
Rosebrook and Hamal are the only doubles team from the Olympic League to advance to state.
The league is represented in singles play by Olympic High’s Anne Marie Herbert and Melina Johnson.
Rosebrook and Hamal earned the trip to state by winning the West Central District III title May 24 at the Bremerton Tennis Club.
Rabedeaux, Shuey resume play at state tourney
KINGSTON — After some time off from the tennis court, Kingston’s Beau Rabedeaux and Tyler Shuey return to compete in the 2A Boys State Doubles Championships.
Rabedeaux and Shuey play Bellingham’s Nick Nolan and Connor Thompson during the first round of the championships, May 30 at the Nordstrom Tennis Center.
The boys’ doubles team is the only one from Kingston or North Kitsap high schools competing at state this season.