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POULSBO — With the way they have played all season long, the…
Two Kitsap athletes named WIAA Athlete of the Week Kitsap swimmers had…
FEDERAL WAY — For the second year in a row, North Kitsap…
SHORELINE — It was a play Klahowya had seen several times before,…
LACEY — Although neither North Kitsap nor Kingston came away with any…
With the win, Vikings travel to Everett to take on top-ranked 2A Archbishop Murphy
POULSBO — North Kitsap’s journey through the 2A state football playoffs begins…
BREMERTON – Down a goal, their season on the line, the Trojans…
Alyssa Peters recorded one goal and two assists for the Eagles.
Top 20 finishes, personal bests at season-end tournaments
Lauren Hudson scored twice for the Cougars
The Trojans will host a home game this week against Bellingham.
POULSBO — Despite a couple of early fumbles, there was never any…
Vikings win 2A District 3 tournament for the first time since 2014
Eagles lose in straight sets to Cascade Christian, 22-25, 18-25, 21-25
UNIVERSITY PLACE — Madison Zosa had the lead wire-to-wire. By the time…
Six tennis players from North Kitsap and Kingston advanced to the state tournament.
The Vikings defeated Kingston and Sequim en route to the title.
Both teams finished in sixth place at districts on Oct. 28.
The team has qualified for the regional playoffs for the first time in program history.
Both the boys and girls teams qualified for the Nov. 4 state meet.
The Klahowya boys and girls teams both advanced to the state meet.
Keaton Dean and Aidan Ortega will be the Olympic League’s No. 4 seed in the spring.
The Eagles needed to win to keep its faint playoff hopes alive.
BREMERTON — Under the crescent moon and the bright lights of Silverdale…
Dean and Ortega of Olympic, Lyons of North Kitsap, hold the top seeds in the doubles and singles tournament.
Madison Zosa of North Kitsap and Lucas Becker of Klahowya each won individual titles.
The Wolves lost, 19-3, on a stormy night in Puyallup
The girls finished in third place while the boys finished sixth.
Temperatures are dropping, permanent clouds are forming in the sky, days are…
Central Kitsap boys and girls teams both advance to districts.
The Wolves continue the search for more goals.
An early interception returned for a touchdown was all the offense the Eagles needed.
Breakfast and fire truck rides were among the highlights.
The renvoations cost $1.3 million in privately-raised funds.
For the second time this season, the Vikings defeated the Trojans on penalty kicks.
The Cougars have won four in a row since a pair of late-September losses.
Central Kitsap, North Kitsap, Olympic and Bremerton are vying for postseason bids.
The Vikings are now firmly in control of the Olympic League title race.
Goals in the first minute of each half proved to be the difference.