BI, NK face off Friday night

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North Kitsap and Bainbridge Island’s boys basketball team face off in an early season battle Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. in BI.

BHS then plays at Kingston Tuesday at 7:30, while NK hosts Sequim at 7 p.m.

In girls action, Bainbridge plays at NK tonight at 7:30. Kingston plays at BI Tuesday at 7.

North Kitsap’s top-ranked 2A boys basketball team is off and running so far this year.

The Vikings won their opening game in a romp, whipping Crosspoint of Bremerton last week 93-57.

They then trounced Sumner over the weekend 72-57.

The girls team has been just as dominating, if not more so.

They beat up on Washington 78-27 in their season opener.

Then they humiliated Foss 66-8.

Meanwhile, the Bainbridge girls clobbered Mount Tahoma 49-29, but lost to Central Kitsap 48-39.

The BHS boys just got by Newport of Bellevue 57-54, but then easily defeated CK 59-35.

The Kingston boys had an even closer matchup, barely getting by Crosspoint 55-54. Later in the week they played the same team, but the result was about the same, winning55-51.

But the Buccaneer girls had no problem against East Jefferson, winning 78-27.

VB all stars

Also, four locals made the All-State Volleyball team and competed last Sunday at Burlington-Edison.

Elle Fultz of North Kitsap played in the 2A game, while in the 3A game, three players from Bainbridge competed: Florencia Olivera, Allie Wildsmith and Isabelle Prentice.

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