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Kingston, North Kitsap soccer teams each earn 10th shutout of season | Sports updates

SOCCER

Kingston steamrolls North Mason

The Kingston High boys soccer team defeated North Mason High, 9-0, Tuesday in Belfair. The Buccaneers (11-1-2 overall) took a 2-0 lead on a penalty kick in the ninth minute, after a North Mason player was given a red card and sent off the field for tackling from behind. North Mason played the rest of the game with 10 men on the field. Kingston’s Jason Kramberger recorded the shutout in goal. It was the 10th shutout of the season for Kingston. The Bucs host Sequim High at 6:45 p.m. Thursday.

North Kitsap tops Port Angeles

The North Kitsap High boys soccer team defeated Port Angeles High Tuesday, 1-0, on senior night at the North Kitsap Stadium in Poulsbo. It was the 10th shutout of the season for North Kitsap. The Vikings (12-0-2) are ranked fifth in the state among Class 3A high school soccer teams, and first in the Olympic League.

Freshman forward Ismeal DeLuna scored the only goal in Tuesday’s game, on an assist from Marco Lopez and Sergio Lopez.

“We pretty much dominated the game,” North Kitsap coach Chris May said. “The other team was just hanging in there to try and get a tie.”

The Vikings, who started the season with 11 straight wins, tied their last two games against Olympic High and Bainbridge High.

“It felt good to get back on the winning track,” May said.

The Vikings play their next game at 7 p.m. Thursday at Bremerton High (9-2-3), the second-place team in the Olympic League’s 3A division.

GOLF

North Kitsap boys fall to Olympic

The North Kitsap High boys golf team fell to Olympic High Tuesday, 48-22, in blustery weather at Rolling Hills Golf Course in Bremerton. Olympic’s Mike Noyes took medalist honors, shooting a 42 on the par-35 course. North Kitsap hosts Central Kitsap High at 3:15 p.m. today at White Horse Golf Course in Kingston.

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