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Is your boat a member of the lonely boats club? Have you visited it lately? Or has it sat neglected all winter long? Worse yet, is there a chance your boat could be on the brink of sinking? Last year, 51 boats were reported sinking in Washington waters; unfortunately, there is probably a boat sinking right now. When boats sink, fuel, oil, grease, solvents and other pollutants often get spilled to state waters.
KW track and field brings home 10 state medals.
As the buzz builds for the June 8 Sooke visit by the New Zealand Black Sox junior fastball team a couple of other games are generating some interest of their own, and should do well in whetting the local appetite for top level fastball entertainment.
The South Kitsap boys track and field team went into Star Track with few competitors, but still managed to come away with points out of the competition Friday and Saturday at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco.
School record already in books, 400-meter relay now looks higher.
A colleague was engaged in an intense debate with an official from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
POULSBO — This weekend Poulsbo welcomes 128 premiere and recreation soccer teams from throughout the Northwest for the 24th annual Viking Cup.
KINGSTON — Seven Buccaneer track and field athletes captured the top two places at the district meet and compete at state today in Mount Tahoma.
KINGSTON — The Buccaneers quarterfinal soccer game against the Sehome Mariners was exactly as a state game should be — a white-knuckled nail-biter.
ANACORTES — The Buccaneers baseball team made it to the final 16, but that’s where it stopped.
t Fastpitch team scores just three runs in two games at district tourney.
t Kingston wins
The team competed at the Narrows League state-qualifying tournament held at Spanaway and two athletes are going to state.
TACOMA — On Wednesday the North Kitsap Vikings led their Narrows League Tournament loser-out game against the Foss Falcons the entire way, until the last inning.