Bremerton quarterback Josh Tapangco threw a pair of touchdown passes in his team’s 32-0 win over Bainbridge on Friday night. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Bremerton quarterback Josh Tapangco threw a pair of touchdown passes in his team’s 32-0 win over Bainbridge on Friday night. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Football Roundup: Week 6

North Kitsap 49, Sequim 7

The Vikings continued their march through the Olympic League with another 35-point victory, downing Sequim on the road. Colton Bower threw for 256 yards and four touchdowns and added a pair of rushing touchdowns, giving him 28 this year — 22 passing, six rushing. North Kitsap had a 35-7 lead by halftime as Bower connected with Logan Sloman for a touchdown and also hit running back Karson Walsh for a score. Walsh finished the game with seven carries for 71 yards and that 20-yard TD. Jordan Reece recovered a fumble in the second half, and then Bower found Sloman for a second time for the final score of the game.

Next game: Oct. 15, 7 p.m. vs. Bremerton.

Bremerton 32, Bainbridge 0

The Knights forced 10 turnovers and eventually pulled away in the second half as they blanked Bainbridge on the road. The game was still close after three quarters, Bremerton only led 12-0. Bremerton wide receiver/defensive back Junior Newman had five receptions for 89 yards and two touchdowns on offense, and had three interceptions on defense, returning one for a score. Jayden Quenga rushed for 83 yards and a score, and Jakobi Serrato added 60 yards and a TD as well.

Next game: Bainbridge: Oct. 15, 6:30 p.m. at Port Angeles. Bremerton: Oct. 15, 7 p.m. at North Kitsap.

Port Angeles 31, Kingston 6

The Bucs unfortunately only managed a late rushing touchdown against Port Angeles as they fell at home 31-6 to the Roughriders. Kingston couldn’t contain running back Daniel Cable, who rushed for 198 yards. The game was also notable as there was a delay due to the lights going out.

Olympic 40, North Mason 25

The Trojans were able two get two fourth-quarter touchdowns that proved to be the difference. Joshua Gauyan’s third touchdown of the game gave Olympic a 33-25 lead in that final quarter, and then Xavier Valenzuela iced it with a 17-yard rushing touchdown. Gauyan also finished with 117 rushing yards on 20 carries and four receptions for 58 yards. Alvin Fanua had a pair of rushing scores for the Trojans.

Next game: Oct. 15, 6:30 p.m. vs. Kingston.

Klahowya 34, Vashon Island 0

The Eagles raced to a 27-0 lead by halftime and never looked back as they knocked off Nisqually foe Vashon Island. Logan Wallis had a pair of rushing touchdowns, and Matt Bailey got into the end zone twice through the air.

Next game: Oct. 16, 7 p.m. at Life Christian Academy.

Emerald Ridge 51, South Kitsap 0

The Wolves offense didn’t get much going as Emerald Ridge moved the ball on the ground and through the air. The Jaguars led 39-0 by halftime.

Next game: Oct. 14, 7 p.m. at Bethel.

More in Sports

All 3 local schools win boys, girls games

Bainbridge, North Kitsap and Kingston all won their opening games this week.… Continue reading

Jonas La Tour of North Kitsap was the league MVP last spring. File Photo
Winter prep sports previews

North Kitsap boys basketball; Kingston wrestling

With the strong winds, Viking quarterback Colton Bower (2) was more effective running the ball in the first half. Here Quinn Knivila- Ruchie (52) and Jesus Mares (53) block for him. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photographs
Wind, rain, Lions knock NK out of playoffs

It’s hard enough to beat the second-ranked team in the state playoffs… Continue reading

Viking quarterback Colton Bower was named MVP, again, of the Olympic League. File Photo
Bower MVP, again; 11 others also honored

Gee, wonder who the Most Valuable Player is in the Olympic League… Continue reading

NK defense shuts out 6th opponent

Vikings blank Shadle Park, host Steilacoom

Marion Stejer, a Kingston senior, dinks the ball for a point against Lindbergh. Steve Powell/Kingston Community News photos
Kingston goes 1-1 at district tourney

The Kingston girls volleyball team easily won its first contest at the… Continue reading

The moment North Kitsap realized it had won and would advance to state. Steve Powell/North Kitsap Herald photos
NK advances to state in girls volleyball

After qualifying for state last week, North Kitsap’s girls volleyball team went… Continue reading

Colton Bower. File Photo
N. Kitsap hosts state playoff game Saturday

14th seeded Shadle Park will face No. 3 seed Vikings

The North Kitsap boys basketball team celebrates after pulling off an improbable comeback in the semifinals in the 2A state tournament against Lynden. (File photo)
Krulish: A look back at my 4 years in Kitsap

After a little over four years covering high school sports, and occasionally… Continue reading

Colton Bower’s 299-yard, six touchdown performance on Friday night helped him break the North Kitsap record for passing yards in a season. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Bower sets NK passing record in win over Kingston

Colton Bower is one of the last players you’ll ever hear talking… Continue reading

North Kitsap’s Maddie Pryde tips a shot past two Bainbridge defenders. The Vikings defeated the Spartans on Tuesday night to split their season series and share the top spot in the Olympic League. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
NK beats BHS to share top spot in Olympic League

The North Kitsap volleyball team never forgot about its first loss of… Continue reading

Review file photo 
The Bainbridge HS girls cross country team, shown here taking off during a league meet at Battle Point Park, took home the Olympic League championship last week.
Spartan girls XC win Olympic League title

The Spartans girls cross country team cooked up the same recipe for… Continue reading