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If it’s Memorial Day, it must be Viking Cup

POULSBO — A soccer tradition thrived throughout the North End this Memorial Day weekend.Hundreds of families descended into Poulsbo and Kingston, as the 24th annual… Continue reading

Sooke Peewee boys won gold in Fleetwood (Surrey) on the weekend. Finishing the round robin at three and one the boys gelled as a team and played a tough seven-inning rally to win 4-3 for the rights to play in the gold game. The best pitchers went head to head to finish the 7th inning of the gold game tied at 3. The first extra inning saw the score change by one but still tied. Sooke’s bats lit up on the second extra inning to drive in five runs. Wittch silenced Fleetwood’s bats for the win. Iain Sutherland and Richard O’Hare registered home runs over the tournament.

Hot diamond action ahead

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.

Sooke Peewee boys won gold in Fleetwood (Surrey) on the weekend. Finishing the round robin at three and one the boys gelled as a team and played a tough seven-inning rally to win 4-3 for the rights to play in the gold game. The best pitchers went head to head to finish the 7th inning of the gold game tied at 3. The first extra inning saw the score change by one but still tied. Sooke’s bats lit up on the second extra inning to drive in five runs. Wittch silenced Fleetwood’s bats for the win. Iain Sutherland and Richard O’Hare registered home runs over the tournament.
South Kitsap’s Sean Allison managed a seventh-place finish in the javelin.

Wolves don’t come away empty-handed

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.

South Kitsap’s Sean Allison managed a seventh-place finish in the javelin.
B-Town’s fastest foursome seeks state title

B-Town’s fastest foursome seeks state title

School record already in books, 400-meter relay now looks higher.

B-Town’s fastest foursome seeks state title

The quality of WIAA’s mercy is not strained

A colleague was engaged in an intense debate with an official from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.

Soccer lovers unite for Viking Cup

POULSBO — This weekend Poulsbo welcomes 128 premiere and recreation soccer teams from throughout the Northwest for the 24th annual Viking Cup.

The Kingston Buccaneer’s state track team

Kingston: Seven up for state challenge

KINGSTON — Seven Buccaneer track and field athletes captured the top two places at the district meet and compete at state today in Mount Tahoma.

The Kingston Buccaneer’s state track team
Kingston’s Ian Chaussee tumbles to the ground with a Sehome defender and clears the shot path for  John Troka.

2OT game ends Bucs soccer season

KINGSTON — The Buccaneers quarterfinal soccer game against the Sehome Mariners was exactly as a state game should be — a white-knuckled nail-biter.

Kingston’s Ian Chaussee tumbles to the ground with a Sehome defender and clears the shot path for  John Troka.

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Bucs baseball can’t get it done against Sehome

ANACORTES — The Buccaneers baseball team made it to the final 16, but that’s where it stopped.

South Kitsap’s Shiloah Soete Riedel is tagged out at third base to snuff out a scoring opportunity against Kentlake.

Wolves’ stay short, sour

t Fastpitch team scores just three runs in two games at district tourney.

South Kitsap’s Shiloah Soete Riedel is tagged out at third base to snuff out a scoring opportunity against Kentlake.
(Top photo) All-star goalie Devin Langaker puts the stop on a Seahawk goal. (Middle photo) This is how the Bucs celebrate winning a state playoff game. (Bottom
(Top photo) All-star goalie Devin Langaker puts the stop on a Seahawk goal. (Middle photo) This is how the Bucs celebrate winning a state playoff game. (Bottom

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The team competed at the Narrows League state-qualifying tournament held at Spanaway and two athletes are going to state.

Kingston soccer still in the game

KINGSTON — The Kingston Buccaneers soccer team rushed the field on Tuesday and united in a giant group hug and chanted "Ole, Ole, Ole." Their… Continue reading

Vikings fastpitch season ends with heart-wrenching loss

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.

The Buccaneers take a moment before each game for a team huddle before heading out to play

Bucs baseball pounces at district tourney

BREMERTON — The Kingston Buccaneer baseball team is alive for another day of postseason play.

The Buccaneers take a moment before each game for a team huddle before heading out to play

Vikings set to pillage the track in the post-season

POULSBO — North Kitsap hosted its final home meet on Friday, which resulted in multiple highlights on and off the track and field. Lincoln, Central Kitsap and Foss high schools made the trip to the North Kitsap Stadium for some quality competition and relationship building.

Sophomore leaves competition in the dust

KINGSTON — Kingston High School distance runner Ruby Roberts is lightening quick. This year she’s run the 800-meter (about a half mile) in 2:19.17, the 1600 in 5:11.9 and the 3200 in 11:13.81 — all the fastest times in the Olympic League.

Marvin’s Hawks hanging with best

After falling behind 2-0 in a best-of-seven first-round playoff series against the Boston Celtics, Marvin Williams and his Atlanta Hawks teammates scratched and clawed, flying to two consecutive home victories to even the series 2-2.

(above) Chad Steyer-Morgan demonstrates  the proper diving technique .  (right) Special Olympics coach Darla Sargent smiles with a handful of the 25 swimmers attending the regional tournament in Kelso today. They’ll compete against 12 other regions and about 1
(above) Chad Steyer-Morgan demonstrates  the proper diving technique .  (right) Special Olympics coach Darla Sargent smiles with a handful of the 25 swimmers attending the regional tournament in Kelso today. They’ll compete against 12 other regions and about 1