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On Tuesday the Bucs traveled to Port Townsend and hammered the Redskins, 21-1. The game ended after five innings. On Tuesday Kingston travels to Port Angeles.
t Meeting designed to
Kingston boys soccer beat the defending Olympic League champion Peninsula 3-2 in an OT decision on April 8. Josh (JJ) Gilson, with the assistance of Chance Pruiett, scored the winning goal. Pruiett had three assists, while Gilson scored the first and last goals. Chris Hall rounded out the offense with the middle goal.
On Thursday the Vikings lost to Wilson 4-1. No. 1 singles NK Britt Seaberg defeated A Kaeka 6-1, 6-2; No. 2 singles Gamache defeated NK Megan Oost 6-3, 6-4; No. 1 doubles Kester, Harmon defeated NK Cepulic, Dang 6-4, 6-1; No. 2 doubles Mattsen, Holtz defeated NK Habner, McGinty 6-1, 6-2; and No. 3 doubles Badilla, Gray defeated NK Bissonnette, O’hara 6-2, 6-1. The Vikings play Lincoln on Lincoln’s courts today, travel to Foss on Thursday and return to the home courts on Friday to play Kingston at 3:30 p.m.
On Tuesday the Bucs traveled to the Port Angeles courts and lost 7-0.
t Uncooperative weather taking a toll on NK baseball.
On Thursday the Bucs traveled to the courts at Bremerton and lost 4-2.
On Saturday April 12 at the Tacoma Invite, North Kitsap High School 1600-meter runner Hilary Leonard was lacing up her running spikes when she saw a lady bug.
On Tuesday the Vikings hosted the Bainbridge Spartans and lost 4-1.
t Lions’ late score the difference in
KINGSTON — Everything that could have gone wrong during Kingston’s home fastpitch game against the Olympic Trojans on Wednesday did.
t Olympia rolls over NK 10-0.
The Buccaneers baseball team may be new, but watch it play and the word “veterans” comes to mind.
The dichotomy of locker rooms often dictates that younger players make way for veterans.
ull riders aren’t the type to search for 15 minutes of fame. All they’re asking for is eight seconds. And now, pending the finalization of a contract, they’ll get it.
All Scott A. Capestany wanted to do was continue to play baseball.
Stellar year for sports teams