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The Eagles needed to win to keep its faint playoff hopes alive.
BREMERTON — Under the crescent moon and the bright lights of Silverdale Stadium, the seniors on the Olympic High School football team took the field… Continue reading
Dean and Ortega of Olympic, Lyons of North Kitsap, hold the top seeds in the doubles and singles tournament.
The Wolves lost, 19-3, on a stormy night in Puyallup
Madison Zosa of North Kitsap and Lucas Becker of Klahowya each won individual titles.
The girls finished in third place while the boys finished sixth.
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.
The renvoations cost $1.3 million in privately-raised funds.
Breakfast and fire truck rides were among the highlights.
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.
All seven local teams were in action on Thursday night.
Five different players scored in the 5-1 victory
Wins in the past two matches have helped the Cougars past a rough stretch.