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Pitcher Noah Sorensen moved the ball around and struck out a number of Pirates.

NK wins district title, on to state

Kingston wins 1 before being eliminated

 

Laine Miller of NK tossed the discus over 142 feet to win the discus. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photos

NK boys, girls win home track meet

Whether it’s for first place, or last, or somewhere in between, high school track is all about personal records - getting better every meet. North… Continue reading

 

Colton Bower of NK dives safely back to first base after hitting a single in the first inning. Zach Duffy of BHS applies the tag. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald

NK falls to league-leading Bainbridge

You can bet the North Kitsap Viking outfielders are going to be getting some fly-ball practice this week. An error by each led to five… Continue reading

 

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KEDA: State has to keep its ‘edge’

The state is a global leader in innovation, and “we have to make sure we don’t lose the edge we have,” a state official said… Continue reading

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The Ecology Youth Corps is just one of the litter cleanup programs that was suspended during COVID-19 the past two years.

Ready to clean up this town, highway, trail, etc.?

If you think you’ve been seeing more litter along roadsides — especially the past two years during the COVID-19 pandemic — you’d be right. The… Continue reading

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The Ecology Youth Corps is just one of the litter cleanup programs that was suspended during COVID-19 the past two years.
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NK baseball team keeps winning

North Kitsap The Vikings beat Columbia River in baseball 10-7 and Ridegefield 8-6. The Vikings then beat Sequim 15-2. They also beat Kingston 13-4. In… Continue reading

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Kingston goalie Carter Krantz jumps up to make a save under crowded conditions against Olympic. Krantz and the Bucs shut out the visitors 1-0. Krantz’s booming kicks also were a powerful offensive weapon for the Bucs, keeping Olympic on the defensive side of the field. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photos

Kingston’s defense blanks Olympic in soccer

Kingston has a strong defense, and it needed every bit of it in blanking Olympic 1-0 in soccer Thursday. Even the defense scored the only… Continue reading

Kingston goalie Carter Krantz jumps up to make a save under crowded conditions against Olympic. Krantz and the Bucs shut out the visitors 1-0. Krantz’s booming kicks also were a powerful offensive weapon for the Bucs, keeping Olympic on the defensive side of the field. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photos
Kaden Schaefer of Kingston signs a letter of intent to play college soccer, while brother Zander, 5, looks on with admiration. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photos

Buc scores college soccer scholarship

Once Kaden Schaefer got to high school, he started to think maybe he could play soccer in college. For his mom, those thoughts started much… Continue reading

Kaden Schaefer of Kingston signs a letter of intent to play college soccer, while brother Zander, 5, looks on with admiration. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photos
Owen Scheer tees off for Bainbridge in a match at Kingston. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review Photos

BI, Kingston split golf matches

Bainbridge In girls golf last week, Bainbridge beat Kingston 230 to 264. In boys golf, Bainbridge fell to Kingston 164 to 184. Both matches were… Continue reading

Owen Scheer tees off for Bainbridge in a match at Kingston. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review Photos
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Outdoor prep sports spring into action

The Bainbridge Spartan baseball team returns one of the top pitchers in the state as it tries to retain the Olympic League crown this spring.… Continue reading

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This part of the memorial explains the different stages of the forced removal of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge. Courtesy Photo

Events remember forced removal of Japanese Americans from BI

A number of events are taking place this month to remember 80 years of healing on Bainbridge Island regarding the internment of Japanese Americans during… Continue reading

This part of the memorial explains the different stages of the forced removal of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge. Courtesy Photo
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Gateway idea for BI’s cultural, civic core

Picture this: A gateway to the Bainbridge Cultural and Civic Core, providing better access and an enhanced pedestrian experience from downtown to the Historical Museum,… Continue reading

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Sportsman Club and New Brooklyn roads intersection. Courtesy illustration

BI Council agenda busy Tuesday

Bainbridge Island has a busy City Council agenda Tuesday. It will authorize a construction contract for $1.115 in improvements at the intersection of Sportsman Club… Continue reading

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Junior captain Elise Walters was the medalist for Bainbridge in the match against Sequim. Lucy Rector/Courtesy Photos

Defending champs start year with win over Sequim

The Olympic League defending champion Spartans started off the season last week with a win over Sequim. Bainbridge captain Elise Walters led the girls golf… Continue reading

Junior captain Elise Walters was the medalist for Bainbridge in the match against Sequim. Lucy Rector/Courtesy Photos
Cade Orness had 7 assists in the game for third place.

NK boys place 3rd at state

Now that’s more like the Vikings North Kitsap fans know and love. The boys basketball team took third place in 2A at state in Yakima… Continue reading

Cade Orness had 7 assists in the game for third place.
Jonas La Tour led the Vikings to their win over Sehome. File Photo

Basic math leads NK to win over Sehome

It’s simple math - 3 is more than 2. So with top-seed North Kitsap standout Jonas La Tour knocking down 3’s like they were layups… Continue reading

Jonas La Tour led the Vikings to their win over Sehome. File Photo
Sophomore standout Evelyn Beers was held to six points. Steve Powell/File Photos

NK girls sunk by Eagles

North Kitsap’s girls basketball team ran into an offensive and defensive juggernaut Saturday night at Central Valley in Spokane. The Vikings, seeded 16th, fell to… Continue reading

Sophomore standout Evelyn Beers was held to six points. Steve Powell/File Photos
Aiden Olmstead goes baseline against White River in the title game. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photos

NK boys beat White River for district title without La Tour

Now seeded 1, Vikings play 8th seed Sehome next

Aiden Olmstead goes baseline against White River in the title game. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photos
Viking Maliyah Reed (32) looks for someone to pass to against Renton. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photographs

NK girls beat Renton in overtime

NK plays W. Valley for a spot at state

Viking Maliyah Reed (32) looks for someone to pass to against Renton. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photographs
Isaac Beers of North Kitsap gets off to a fast start on his state record-breaking race. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photographs

NK’s Beers fastest in state going forwards and backwards

Isaac Beers of North Kitsap is the fastest 2A swimmer going both forwards and backwards. He won two state titles on his own and one… Continue reading

Isaac Beers of North Kitsap gets off to a fast start on his state record-breaking race. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photographs