NK senior athletes end season in style

North Kitsap went above and beyond for its senior athletes this year. While most high schools host a large signing day event for those going on to play in college, the Vikings held a senior athlete breakfast before school began May 31.

The North Kitsap Athletic Boosters Club and Liberty Bay Auto teamed up to give kids pancakes, eggs, sausages, fruit and drinks.

“Thank you for being good teammates, representing North well, being a part of the community, and we are super proud of you,” booster parent Callie Gillespie said.

Several seniors in every sport were in attendance; 14 are going to play in college.

Afterward, some of the seniors joined their teams that placed third or better at state for a parade around campus.

“We are just trying to bring life to the campus and having the kids recognized brings the community together,” outgoing athletic director Anh Tran said. “It’s hard to explain but they love seeing the local kids doing great things. Having the community behind you while sending them off is a good look.”


Logan Sloman at Linfield College


Noah Sorenson at Oregon State

Brandon Weiler at Southwestern College


Justin Anderson at Northwest University

Girls Soccer

Evelyn Beers at Bentley University


Cade Orness at Gonzaga

Harry Davies at Central Washington University

Trey Carter at Peninsula College

Track & Field

Quinny Stuart at Whitman College


Ben Gomez at Clackamas Community College


Hannah Richards at Dominican University

Cerenity Fake at Lower Columbia College

Allison Dvorak at Macalester College

Hannah Richards and Allison Dvorak enjoy the senior athletes breakfast.

Hannah Richards and Allison Dvorak enjoy the senior athletes breakfast.