Prep Sports Roundup

Welcome to the inaugural Kitsap Daily News sports roundup. Over the coming weeks and months, the roundup will provide scores and capsules from, hopefully, every game within our coverage area.

Today’s version is a shortened one, since many of yesterday’s games were postponed due to smoky conditions and poor air quality caused by wildfires.

Girls Soccer
Klahowya 3, Port Angeles 1

The Lady Eagles got off on the right foot on their quest to return to the top of the league and the state tournament. Tyler Townsend tallied twice for Klahowya and Kayden Eckley added a score. Forward Hope Martin also had an outstanding game up front for Klahowya, picking up an assist and helping the lead the offense with her creativity.

Gig Harbor 4, South Kitsap 1

South Kitsap’s top singles player, Gabe Ross, won his match convincingly, 6-1, 6-0, but Gig Harbor took the remaining four to defeat the Wolves. South Kitsap’s Travis Sherman and Izaan Aamir played a close doubles match with Gig Harbor’s Rylan Kelley and Thomas Dean, but it ended 7-5, 7-5, in favor of the Tides.

Olympic 3, Steilacoom 0

The Lady Trojans took care of business in their opener against the Pierce County school, winning in straight sets, 25-14, 25-19, 25-17.


  • Girls soccer: Central Kitsap at Stadium; Graham-Kapowsin at South Kitsap; Bremerton at Peninsula; Mountlake Terrace at Kingston
  • Boys tennis: Sequim at Olympic; Klahowya at North Mason; Bremerton at North Kitsap
  • Boys golf: South Kitsap at Sumner
  • Girls golf: Sumner at South Kitsap

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