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Sports update: Viking and Buccaneer track stars moving on to state
Viking and Buccaneer athletes moving on to state
North Kitsap will send 10 track and field athletes to the Class 3A state tournament at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma Thursday through Saturday. The athletes include:
Siara Byers - 100 meters, 4x100-meter relay and 4x200-meter relay. Michelle Lloyd - javelin. Taylor Ottomano - high jump. Tabor Reedy - 3,200 meters. Tyler Spear - 800 meters. Ellie Staker - 800 meters. Addie Carrion - 4x100-meter relay. Melissa Kunold - 4x100-meter and 4x200-meter relays. Indigo Williams - 4x100-meter and 4x200-meter relays. Ashley Cole - 4x200-meter relay.
Thirteen Kingston athletes will join the Vikings at Mt. Tahoma in the Class 2A division. They include:
Ruby Roberts - 800 meters, 1,600 meters and 4x400-meter relay. Jaime Schultz - 300-meter hurdles, triple jump, long jump and 4x400-meter relay. Ramona Morshead - 3,200 meters. Dana Van Wyck - pole vault and 4x200-meter relay. Mariecel Robles - 4x200-meter relay. Rebecca Williamson - 4x200-meter relay. Sally Gordon - 4x200-meter relay. Cari Whiteley - 4x400-meter relay. Renee Henderson - 4x400-meter relay. Nick Schippers - 800 meters and 1,600 meters. Justin Doud - 3,200 meters. Alex Tweten - triple jump. Stephan Simonson - 400 meters.
Kingston's Bird going on to state
Kingston's Jerol Bird took fourth at the Class 2A West Central District III tennis tournament Saturday and will move on to the state tournament May 29-30 in Seattle. Bird will face Ellensburg's Aaron Porter for his first match. The state competition will be played at the Nordstrom Tennis Center at the University of Washington.
Bucs win one, lose one at state
Kingston played a double-header Saturday in the first round of the state 2A baseball tournament in Bellingham and defeated No. 1 ranked Archbishop Murphy before being knocked out of contention by Cedarcrest.
The Bucs topped Murphy 5-3 with the help of home runs from Danny Orr, Paul Bagala and winning pitcher Tyler Sullivan. Sullivan allowed just two hits the entire game.
In game two, Kingston fell to Cedarcrest, 8-2, and was knocked out of the tournament. The Bucs finished 14-8 on the season.