Kitsap Prep Football Roundup | Oct. 2

Kitsap Prep Football Roundup | Oct. 2

Bremerton, North Kitsap, Olympic were big winners over the weekend.

Olympia 45, South Kitsap 13

A 51-yard touchdown run by Olympia’s Owen Shea broke open the contest early in the second half as the Bulldogs rolled to a 45-13 victory. Shea finished the game with 95 yards and receiver Ibi Ceesay caught three passes for 108 yards and a touchdown. South Kitsap quarterback Garrison Glisson passed for 144 yards and two scores, connecting with senior receiver Quinn Ogan six times for 81 yards and a touchdown. Izaiah Davis rushed for 81 yards on 24 carries. South Kitsap travels to Tacoma on Oct. 7 to face Bellarmine Prep.

Port Angeles 35, Kingston 14

Buccaneers quarterback Nick Waxon threw for a touchdown and ran for another, but it was not nearly enough to overcome the Port Angeles rushing attack led by Jarrett Burns, who ran for 211 yards and four touchdowns. Kingston (0-5) looks to rebound this week against Olympic at its homecoming game.

Gig Harbor 39, Central Kitsap 13

The Tides recorded two safeties in the first half on its way to routing Central Kitsap. The Cougars got two late touchdown passes from quarterback Angeles Davila to Ja’Qurious Conley and Caleb Wood, but Central Kitsap made several mistakes leading to easy points for Gig Harbor. Central Kitsap next plays at home on Oct. 6 against Capital at Silverdale Stadium.

Bremerton 37, Cedar Park Christian 0

Rasheed Joiner rushed for two touchdowns and a third was scored by Darriel Wright as Bremerton rolled to an easy victory at home. The Knights also added a touchdown through the air on a 68-yard aerial strike from quarterback Max Boekenoogen to tight end Troy Saunders. Bremerton (5-0) takes on North Kitsap (5-0) on Oct. 6 in a battle of unbeaten Olympic League teams.

North Kitsap 42, Sequim 0

Quarterback Andrew Blackmore threw for three touchdowns and running back Dax Solis scored twice on the ground and once through the air as the Vikings remained unbeaten against Sequim. Blackmore opened the scoring with an 11-yard touchdown to Tyler Sloman and hooked up with Solis on a 74-yard score in the first half. Solis rushed for over 200 yards in the contest. North Kitsap will take on Bremerton in a league showdown on Oct. 6 at Bremerton High School.

Olympic 35, North Mason 21

The Trojans captured their second victory of the season and first in the Olympic League with a victory over North Mason. Olympic led just 7-0 at the half, but exploded with 21 straight points in the second half to propel itself to victory. The Trojans travel to Kingston on Oct. 6.

Cascade Christian 62, Klahowya 0

The Eagles dropped their first league game of the season in a blowout against Cascade Christian, which sits at the top of the Nisqually League. Klahowya (1-4) travels to University Place on Oct. 6 to take on Charles Wright Academy.

— To submit information for the sports roundup, send scores and statistics to sports reporter Mark Krulish at mkrulish@soundpublishing.com.

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