Sports

Lack of consistency killing North

t Uncooperative weather taking a toll on NK baseball.

Sports Briefs

On Thursday the Bucs traveled to the courts at Bremerton and lost 4-2.

The leader of the pack

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.

Sports Briefs

On Tuesday the Vikings hosted the Bainbridge Spartans and lost 4-1.

Bellarmine ends Wolves’ title dreams

t Lions’ late score the difference in

Friday the 13th came to Kingston’s fastpitch diamond

KINGSTON — Everything that could have gone wrong during Kingston’s home fastpitch game against the Olympic Trojans on Wednesday did.

North Kitsap just can’t get it going

t Olympia rolls over NK 10-0.

Buc’s bats light up the diamond

The Buccaneers baseball team may be new, but watch it play and the word “veterans” comes to mind.

Sartor is SK’s man on the move

The dichotomy of locker rooms often dictates that younger players make way for veterans.

15 minutes? Kitsap’s ready for its 8 big seconds

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.

Put me in, coach — I’m ready to play

All Scott A. Capestany wanted to do was continue to play baseball.

Bucs earn trip to big show at Tacoma Dome

Stellar year for sports teams

Recognition for women’s sports

I recently wrote an essay for a competition put out by the selfless people at Nike Women’s. This competition sprang from their Let Me Play Fund, which generously awards prizes and money to female sports teams across the country.

Olson’s legacy will be his toughness — and soft side

It was the night before the biggest game of his life.

Moore’s latest score lifts SK

Junior scores his seventh goal to help team earn 1-0 win, remain undefeated

“March Madness” basketball action came to Poulsbo

POULSBO — If the players were a little taller and older, the middle school basketball championship game between the Poulsbo Panthers and the Kingston Cavaliers could have easily been mistaken as an WNCAA championship game. On Tuesday the teams were equally matched, as both demonstrated they know how to pass the ball, rebound and steal. The teams played fast. The athletes played aggressive, scrappy basketball, resulting in a double-overtime, white-knuckled thriller.

North can’t get it done against CK

POULSBO — On any given Sunday one team is going to win and the other is going to lose.

Knights claim first ‘08 win

Port Angeles shut down the Bremerton baseball team, defeating the Knights 10-0 Monday. Bremerton mustered only two hits while committing four errors and PA pitcher Jake Madison received plenty of run support en route to the victory.

Buccaneers fastpitch bats ’em in

KINGSTON — The Buccaneers home fastpitch game against Bremerton on Wednesday was over as soon as it started. In the first inning the Bucs scored 11 runs. In the second the Bucs added an additional four runs to polish off a 15-0 shut out.

Tracksters sprinting off season’s starting block

King’s West track off and running.