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shuts down Sequim
On Tuesday the Vikes traveled to Sequim and shutout the Wolves, 4-0. The Vikes had 29 shots on goal to Sequim’s four.
“It was a scrappy game. Sequim is a tough place to play,” wrote head coach Dee Taylor in an e-mail. “I’m pleased that we kept our composure and played hard throughout.”
Stats: At minute 25 Sequim’s keeper attempted to clear the ball and it deflected off Ashley Cole and into the goal; minute 38 Alyssa Walker assisted by Madison Taylor; minute 50 Taylor assisted by Delanee Nilles; minute 62 Siara Byers, 20-yard shot in the upper corner, unassisted. Keepers Christine Parker, Heather Martin and Brooklyn Fairchild combined to preserve the shutout.
tumbles to Olympic
On Tuesday the Bucs hosted Olympic and lost in three, 25-21, 25-13, 25-14.
Head coach Lacey Menne wrote in an e-mail the Bucs played so well the first match she thought it was headed to be a really close match. However, some avoidable mistakes cost Kingston the game.
the team to beat
On Tuesday the Vikes traveled to Sequim and defeated the Wolves in three, 27-25, 25-14, 25-23.
Sarah Baugh, 10 kills, nine assists and 20/20 serving with five aces; Jordan Denning, 10 assists; Bryana Bohl, 10 digs; and Brittany Everett, Haley Fidler and Erika Bratlien with perfect serving.
On Thursday North hosted Kingston and for the second time this week won in three, 25-14, 25-14, 25-19.
Baugh, four kills, 10 assists and four aces; Taylor Ottomano, seven kills; Claire Torstenbo, four kills; Bohl, 17/17 serving with six aces and five digs; and Katie Smeland, five aces and five digs.
“We have been playing solid defense and serving a bit better,” head coach Tim French wrote in an e-mail. “North Mason will be a big challenge for us on Tuesday.”
On Tuesday North, 13-2 and 4-1 in league, travels to North Mason.
makes a comeback
On Wednesday the Bucs hosted a combined Port Townsend/Chimacum team and won 4-3.
No. 1 singles: Buc Jerol Bird defeated Stevie Weaver, 6-0, 6-2; No. 2 singles: Buc Nick Anderson defeated Perry Pearsall, 6-7, 6-2, 6-4; No. 3 singles: Buc Sam Shoemaker defeated Benny Ryweck, 6-4, 6-4; No. 1 doubles: Carlos Burleson, Ian Norris defeated Bucs Loren Klemesrud, Cody Combs, 6-2, 6-0; No. 2 doubles: Spencer Albright, Todd Margerle defeated Bucs Chris Blesie, Carmeron Groh, 6-4, 7-5; No. 3 doubles: Dylan Holbrook, Luke Coppenrath defeated Bucs Brady Sundquist, Erik Reichert, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3; and No. 4 doubles: Bucs Randell Schell, Kimo Mackey defeated Kurt Macgerle, Mortag Grace, 7-6, 6-4.
On Friday the Bucs hosted North Mason, results weren’t available at presstime. On Monday the Bucs host Sequim, matches start at 4 p.m.
North tennis keeping up its winning ways
On Wednesday the Vikings traveled to Olympic and returned home with a narrow 4-3 victory.
No. 1 singles: Oly’s Justin Hike defeated Zach Fohn, 6-2, 6-2; No. 2 singles: Oly’s Cory Smith defeated Rex Olson, 6-0, 6-0; No. 3 singles: Oly’s John Fry defeated David Gerstenberger, 6-0, 7-5; No. 1 doubles: NK’s Jordan Seth, Conner Gallagher defeated Chris Campbell, Scott Lutz, 6-1, 6-2; No. 2 doubles: NK’s Zach Turley, Alex Olson defeated Austin Brown, Danny Sullivan, 6-2, 4-6, 6-1; No. 3 doubles: NK’s Shawn McBurney, Sebastian Ford defeated Anthony Jeffries, Chad Lampano, 6-3, 5-7, 6-2; and No. 4 doubles: NK’s Chris Gracey, Steven Breitmayer defeated Evan, Mitch Brown, 6-0, 6-0.
On Friday the Vikes traveled to Port Angeles, results of the matches weren’t available at press time.
Kingston cross country races its way to awesome finishes
On Wednesday the Bucs traveled to Sequim for a three-way race against the Wolves and Vikings, and in what seems to be Kingston’s distance style took home some top places.
Girls’s varsity results, three miles: first place, Ruby Roberts, 18 minutes 16 seconds; second place, Marina Roberts, 18:45; sixth place, Rose Bishop,
19:35; 17th, Chloe Stamper, 23:02; 18th, Megan Ramey, 23:03; 27th, Rachel Burk, 25:08; 28th, Erika Rabura, 25:18; and 31st, Madeline Kirstein, 26:45.
Boy’s varsity results, three miles: third place, Justin Doud, 16:25; 10th, Austin Cherry, 17:44; 18th, Mitch Murdock, 19:00; 19th, Wade Doty, 19:47; 20th, Nathan Ajax, 20:11; and 21st, Zak Gormanson, 22:13.
Today Kingston travels to the Sunfair Invite in Yakima.
North cross country runs away with boys and girls team wins
On Wednesday the Vikings traveled to Sequim for a three-way competition including Kingston.
The girls team won with 39 points and the boys won with 28.
Girl’s varsity results, three miles: fourth, Annalise Weinmann, 19:16; fifth, Elizabeth Staker, 19:28; ninth, Hilary Leonard, 20:06; 10th, Shawna Williams, 20:15; and 11th, Katie Tertocha, 20:21.
Boy’s varsity results, three miles: second, Joel Brose, 16:19; fifth, Tabor Reedy, 16:40; sixth, Tyler Spear, 16:58; seventh, Lars Blazina, 17:06; and eighth, James Dexter, 17:40.
Today the Vikes travel to Yakima for the Sunfair Invite.
Kingston swimming takes a loss from Bremerton
On Thursday at the North Kitsap pool the Bucs lost 99-55.
Bremerton claimed all the races, except the 50-freestyle, which Nicole Avila won in 31.75 seconds and the 200-freestyle relay, which Kingston’s Avila, Fisher, Crawford, Manix won in 2 minutes, 14:79 seconds.
North Kitsap swim team wins fourth meet in a row
On Thursday at the NK pool the Vikes hosted Bremerton and won 111-59, in record-setting style.
Stephanie Longmate set the new school record of 1:04.05 in the 100-yard butterfly, last set by Jacklene Salwei in 2002. Bethany Aban broke her own school record in the 100-yard breaststroke with a new time of 1:13.30.
200-medley relay, NK Stephanie Longmate, Bethany Aban, Ingrid Reeves, Sarah Waderich, 2:07.23; 200-free, Bremerton Casey Hyre, 2:27.73; 200-individual medley, NK Aban, 2:23.08; 50-free, NK Ingrid Reeves, 28.78; 100-butterfly, NK Longmate, 1:04.05 school record; 100-free, NK Andrea Coyle, 1:04.19; 500-free, NK Casey Hyre, 6:42.21; 200-free relay, NK Longmate, Aban, Reeves, Sarah Waderich, 1:55.06; 100-backstroke, NK Longmate, 1:05.61; 100-breaststroke, NK Aban, 1:13.30 school record; 400-free relay, Bremerton, 4:14.85.