Crosspoint boys win SeaTac League title

No. 2 seed in the 2B Bi-District tournament, host Orcas Island Feb. 13

BREMERTON — The Crosspoint Academy boys basketball team closed the season with victories in its final three games to capture the SeaTac League 2B championship.

With a win over Auburn Adventist on Feb. 5, the Warriors moved into the No. 2 seed in the 2B Bi-District basketball tournament and will host a home game against Orcas Island on Feb. 13.

Crosspoint 64,

Puget Sound Adventist 61

BREMERTON — The recent roll began with a 64-61 win over Puget Sound Adventist on Jan. 31. Jackson Kimmel converted four of his seven 3-point attempts on his way to a game-high 29 points. He also picked up nine rebounds in the game, leaving him one short of a double-double. Junior Alex Worth added 12 points and 12 rebounds and Grant Baker chipped in 14.

Crosspoint 64, PSAHS 61

PSAHS 21 21 16 3 — 61

Crosspoint 14 18 19 13 — 64

Puget Sound Adventist (61) — Stuart 25, Miura 17, Namkung 13, Carrington 4, Bostian 2.

Crosspoint Academy (64) — Kimmel 29, Baker 14, Weirth 12, Laurion 3, Doty 2, Feldbush 2, Taylor 2.

Crosspoint 51, Seattle Lutheran 41

BREMERTON — The Warriors roared out to a 14-5 lead after one quarter Feb. 3 and never looked back. Kimmel was once again the star on the scoresheet, picking up 24 points while shooting 50 percent from the field. The win was a big one, in that it allowed Crosspoint to capture a league title with a triumph in its final regular season game.

Crosspoint 51, Seattle Lutheran 41

Seattle Lutheran 5 15 11 10 — 41

Crosspoint 14 12 12 13 — 51

Crosspoint (51) — Kimmel 24, Weirth 8, Taylor 6, Feldbush 4, Baker 4, Laurion 3, McArdle 2.

Crosspoint 68, Auburn Adventist 45

AUBURN — The Falcons hung tough with Crosspoint through the first quarter, but a 19-8 run in the second helped the Warriors seal the victory and the league championship Feb. 5. Crosspoint only shot 42 percent from the field, including a 6-for-25 night from beyond the arc, but the defense played well and the Warriors sank enough baskets to cruise to a win. Grant Baker led the team with 15 points, Kimmel chipped in 12 and Aydan Laurion added 11. Weirth led the team with seven rebounds and Nathan Taylor added six.

Crosspoint 68,

Auburn Adventist 45

Crosspoint Academy 20 19 12 17 — 68

Auburn Adventist 19 8 8 10 — 45

Crosspoint (68) — Baker 15, Kimmel 12, Laurion 11, Taylor 10, Weirth 9, McArdle 5, Millermon 4.

— Mark Krulish is a reporter for Kitsap News Group. He can be reached at mkrulish@soundpublishing.com.