Sports Roundup | Sept. 11

The fall sports season is just about in full swing. Here is a recap of the action since Thursday, Sept. 7.

Football
North Kitsap 25, Central Kitsap 14

Dax Solis rushed for 170 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Vikings to a victory over a talented 3A Central Kitsap squad. North Kitsap scored on four consecutive drives in the second half to erase a 7-0 halftime deficit. Cougars quarterback Bradley Dykstra threw for 154 yards and a touchdown in the loss.

Other scores:

  • North Mason 28, Klahowya 20
  • Bremerton 34, Wilson 24
  • Olympic 33, Bainbridge 26
  • Sumner 55, South Kitsap 6
  • Shorecrest 58, Kingston 6

Volleyball
Bremerton 3, Olympic 0

The Knights’ dominant win in the first set allowed them to hang on as Olympic battled them to the end in the second and third sets. Bremerton was led by junior Lily Gelhaus and junior Alyssa Ronquillo. Sophomore Jaylaa Cabrera led Olympic with seven kills, and Ashton Mortrud finished the match with four aces.

Other scores:

  • Crosspoint 3, Klahowya 1
  • Kingston 3, Sequim 2
  • North Kitsap 3, South Kitsap 0
  • Central Kitsap 3, Yelm 0

Girls soccer
Bremerton 1, Hoquiam 0

After a winless 2016 campaign, the Knights are on the board with their first win of the season. Abby Dubeau scored the only goal of the match in the 31st minute.

Other scores:

  • Sumner 2, South Kitsap 0
  • Lynwood 2, Kingston 0
  • Everett 1, North Kitsap 0
  • Olympic 2, Tumwater 0 (Sept. 7)
  • Olympic 1, Mead 1 (Sept. 8)
  • Bainbridge 3, Central Kitsap 2

Boys tennis
Curtis 3, South Kitsap 2

The Wolves’ top two singles players, Gabe Ross and Logan Anchik, won both singles matches, but Curtis rode victories in all three doubles matches to an overall win. Ross defeated Sam Fwon 6-1, 6-3, and Anchik bested Quentin Bosh, 6-0, 6-1.

Other scores:

  • Klahowya 5, Bremerton 2
  • Kingston 4, Olympic 3
  • North Kitsap 6, Port Angeles 1

Water polo
South Kitsap 15, Emerald Ridge 4

The Wolves equaled their win total from 2016 with a victory over Emerald Ridge. Goals were scored by Lorenzo Cogoni (5), Troy Conrad (4), Cory Stacy (2), Andrew Johnson (2), Andrei Obinal and Easton Byrd.

— Kitsap Daily News seeks to have recaps every day on every game, match or meet that involves teams in our coverage area. To have results posted in the daily roundup, email scores and stats to mkrulish@soundpublishing.com.

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