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POULSBO — A rare opportunity for Aikido enthusiasts is nearly upon the residents of not only North Kitsap, but the entire Pacific Northwest. For the first time in Kitsap Aikido’s 13-year history, the organization is hosting the Pacific Northwest Aikido regional seminar demonstration at Poulsbo Middle School. The event, which begins at 4 p.m. Aug. 11, is free of charge to the public.
POULSBO — It was a muggy, overcast Monday morning featuring the faintest drizzle falling from the sky which very easily could have yielded lightning at the 13th annual Thunderbolts Track and Field camp. Fortunately for everyone involved, the only electricity came in the form of speedy athletes.
CHINO HILLS, CALIF. — NK Warriors manager Eric Milyard said when the United States Speciality Sports Association AA World Series kicked off its opening games July 23, there were few teams in attendance that had ever heard of Poulsbo. This didn’t last long.
GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. — Jesse Cummings continues to blister the baseball each time he steps to the plate. He recently finished up a stellar high school career at North Kitsap High School in the spring and is showing off his astute ability to make contact with the ball for the Seattle Bombers summer league baseball team.
POULSBO — The old adage about lightning not striking the same spot twice doesn’t hold true in Poulsbo. Next week, this will be proved once again as Poulsbo Parks and Recreation’s 13th annual Thunderbolts Track and Field summer camp hits North Kitsap High School Stadium.
BREMERTON — Alumni from the North Kitsap School District hit the greens for a reunion of sorts July 28 in an effort to raise another type of greens for upcoming graduates. The 72 participants hit a hole in one in this respect, bringing in more than $19,000 during the third annual North Kitsap Alumni Fund Scholarship Golf Tournament at Gold Mountain Gold Course in Bremerton.
EPHRATA — Tiebreakers. In tournament action they have the ability to make or break a team’s chances of winning a tournament. After putting forth a 3-0 record in pool play with victories against Umatilla, Columbia Basin Riverdogs and Missoula, Mont., things were looking bright for manager Brent Stenman’s North Kitsap squad.
MOSES LAKE — The North Kitsap 16-year-old Babe Ruth All Star team saved its best for last. After dropping its first two games of the regional tournament, North stormed back, winning its final two contests en route to a 2-2 tournament record and third place finish. “We battled back pretty good. We were a different team in those last two games,” said North manager Rick Ritter.
TACOMA — Joey Duwe’s goal heading into the Washington Junior Golf Association State Tournament was to place in the top five out of a talented field of 60 golfers in attendance. Instead, he finished in 22nd place after shooting an 80 in the first round at Tacoma’s Fort Lewis course July 25 and a 72 in the second round of the tourney at Tacoma’s Fircrest course July 26.
BOZEMAN, MONTANA — The Diamond Dusters North Kitsap select softball finished the season as the best team in the Pacific Northwest. The Dusters advanced to the 18U Amateur Softball Association National Tournament in College Station, Texas after defeating the Yakima Steelers 4-3 in the regional championship tournament July 22 in Bozeman, Mont.
POULSBO — The North Kitsap Babe Ruth 16 to 18 year old baseball team has been to the top before and they want to go back. The talented squad has put forth a sizzling summer record of 16-4 and is vying for the opportunity to return to the Babe Ruth World Series for the second consecutive season. They are now only one tournament away from their goal.
KINGSTON — Kingston High School Buccaneers head football coach Dan Novick and his staff have had July 16 circled on their calendars since spring. With… Continue reading