Sports Roundup | Sept. 12

Four games were on the local schedule Monday

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Volleyball

South Kitsap 3, Port Angeles 0

The Wolves had little trouble with Port Angeles, dispatching their opponent, 25-11, 25-18, 25-19. Sarah Carlson, Alyssa Gilliam and Madison Marggraff finished with 7 kills each, and setter Alison Cole tallied 30 assists and three aces. Junior Anna Fall also contributed six kills of her own. South Kitsap (2-1) travels to Auburn for its next match on Sept. 12.

Bainbridge 3, Kingston 0

The Spartans took the match at Kingston High School in straight sets, 25-17, 25-21, 25-14, to improve to 2-0 on the year. Bainbridge will next take on West Seattle, while Kingston will host North Kitsap.

Tennis

North Kitsap 5, Klahowya 2

The Vikings took all four doubles matches on Monday to defeat Klahowya. The duos of Scott Lyons and Justus Jagodzinske, Aidan Adams and Ryan Singleton, Ryland Schmidt and Max Larsen, and Logan Chmlewski and Zach Meek all won fairly easily in straight sets over their opponents. North Kitsap’s Sam Horn defeated Klahowya’s Drew Kraft, 6-2, 6-2, in the No.1 singles match. Joe Bowman and Tyler Golsey won their matches for the Eagles.

  • Port Angeles 4, Olympic 3

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