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North Kitsap Herald Sports Briefs | Oct. 25
North soccer heading to districts
On Tuesday the Vikings traveled to Port Angeles and defeated the Rough Riders 3-0.
Siara Byers scored her 11th goal and Delanee Nilles earned her eighth. NK goalie Christine Parker had the shutout.
First half: Delanee Nilles at minute 20. Second half: Madison Taylor assisted by Siara Byers at minute 45, Siara Byers assisted by Sidney Byers at minute 87.
NK and Olympic are tied with 8-2 league records. To determine the No. 1 and 2 Olympic League 3A seed for Olympic/Western Cascade sub-distric playoffs, the Vikings and the Trojans will play a tiebreaker. The tiebreaker game is scheduled for Thursday Oct. 30 at the North Kitsap Stadium. Game starts at 7 p.m. and as it’s a league sanctioned game cost is $5 for adults, $3 for students with ASB cards, without the card it’s $5 and for seniors 62 and over it’s $3.
Viking volleyball vying for No. 1 Olympic League 3A seed
On Tuesday the Vikings beat the Rough Riders of Port Angeles in three sets, 25-21, 25-16, 25-10.
Sarah Baugh: 13 kills, 13 assists, six digs and four blocks; Jordan Denning: 18 assists and two aces; Taylor Ottomano: 13 kills; Bryana Bohl: 10 digs; and Claire Torstenbo: six kills and two blocks.
On Tuesday the Vikings host Bremerton, match starts at 6:15 p.m. If the Vikes defeat Bremerton and Olympic defeats Port Angeles, North and Oly will be tied for first place in the 3A division. If a tie ensues a tiebreaker match to determine the No. 1 and 2 seed for postseason district placement is scheduled for Oct. 30 at Olympic High School.
Match will start at 7 p.m. The winner of the pending tiebreaker will go to the WCDIII Tournament, Nov. 8 and 15. The loser must play a one game loser-out, winner to District match against the No. 3 team from the Western Cascade League. That game would be Nov. 5 and hosted by the Olympic League school.
The Vikes have a 17-3 and 8-2 league record.
Kingston volleyball hopeful for districts
On Tuesday the Bucs hosted North Mason and lost in three, 25-11, 25-13, 25-12.
Head coach Lacey Menne wrote in an e-mail although the Bucs they played their best game and at their highest level against the undefeated Olympic League champs.
On Thursday the Bucs traveled to the home of the No. 2 Olympic League 2A school, Sequim and lost in three 25-15, 25-19, 25-20.
The Bucs are No. 3 for 2A Olympic League volleyball action and if Kingston defeats Klahowya at Klahowya on Tuesday they advance to districts.
Vikings cross country teams are Olympic League 3A champs
On Thursday North’s cross-country teams traveled to The Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course in Sequim to compete in the Olympic League Championships. Out of the nine schools in attendance both the Viking boys and girls varsity teams their races. The Vikes are the Olympic League champions, and have advanced to Districts, Nov. 1 at American Lake Veterans Golf Course in Lakewood. The 3A varsity girls will compete in a 16-team race with eight teams and the top 40 individual placing runners advance to state in Pasco. The 3A varsity boys will also compete in a 16-team race with seven teams and the top 35 individual placing runners advancing to state.
Girls varsity results: fourth place, Annelise Weinmann, 17:59; seventh, Hilary Leonard, 18:29; ninth, Elizabeth Staker, 18:44; and 10th, Shawna Williams, 18:46.
Boys varsity results: second place, Tabor Reedy, 15:23; third, Joel Brose, 15:26; fifth, tyler Spear, 15:33; and seventh, Lars Blazina, 15:54.
Kingston girls cross country cleans up at Olympic League champ meet
On Thursday the Buccaneer cross country teams attended the Olympic League championship meet at Seven Cedars near Sequim and the varsity girls capture three of the top five spots.
Girls varsity results: first place, Ruby Roberts, 17:03, third, Marina Roberts, 17:53; and fifth, Rose Bishop, 18:14. The girls team placed third.
The boys team placed second.
Boys varsity results for 2A: fourth place, Austin Cherry, 16:21; and fifth place, Nick Schippers, 16:36.
Kingston swimmers headed to districts
The girls swimming district meet will be held at Olympic High School Nov. 7 and 8 and as of now the Bucs have four girls who’ve qualified. Brittney MacKenzie has qualified in the 50-free, 100-free, 100-breast; Nicole Avila, 50-free; Katie Fisher, 100-free; and Karly Crawford, 50-free.
On Thursday the Bucs traveled to Sequim and lost, 123-37. Sequim won all events except the 100-breaststroke which MacKenzie won in 1:28.41.
North swimming wraps up regular season with a win
On Thursday the Vikings traveled to Sequim and won their final dual of the season, 91-82. North has a 6-1 record.
The meet was full of highlights for the Vikings, including: freshman Bethany Aban swimming the 100-yard breaststroke in a state time of 1:12.34, breaking her previous NK school record of 1:13.03. The team swam 18 best times with Lindsey Little leading the way with a 25 second time drop in the 500 yard freestyle. North heads to the divisional meet in Port Angeles on Thursday.
North first place results: 200-free, Stephanie Longmate, 2:04.30, 200-individual-medley, Aban, 2:22.09; 100-free, Andrea Coyle, 1:04.50; 500-free, Longmate, 5:31.63; 200-free relay, Aban, Coyle, Sarah Waderich, Longmate, 1:54.64; 100-breaststroke, Aban, 1:12.34; and 400-free relay, Ingrid Reeves, Aban, Coyle, Longmate, 4:09.90.