Sports Briefs

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.

NK TENNIS FALLS TO WILSON

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.

NK AND KHS BOYS GOLF

DEFEAT SOUTH KITSAP

On Thursday the North Kitsap/Kingston combined boys golf team putted its way to a 110-131 victory over South Kitsap at the McCormick Woods Golf Course. The course is a par 72.

Individual results: Joey Duwe scored 77 for 31 points; Mitch Woodside scored 83 for 25 points; TJ French scored 88 for 20 points; Evan Tidball scored 89 for 19 points; and Nick Bartow scored 93 for 15 points.

Duwe continued his streak of being a top medalist, as Thursday’s competition was his fourth in a row.

The team has a 1-3 record.

NK SOCCER TALLIES

ANOTHER CONVINCING WIN

On Saturday the Vikings traveled to Bremerton and beat the Trojans 4-1 in a non-league game.

NK’s Spencer Black posted two of four goals. Black’s first goal, assisted by Sam Mouser, came at the 15 minute mark. His second goal, a header assisted by Jake Pedersen, found the net at the 47th minute of play. With 65 minutes off the clock, NK’s Ashy Carlson, assisted by Pedersen, nailed a goal and at minute 77 Greg Otelle, assisted by Perersen, landed the Vikings’ final goal. NK Goalie Nate May had six saves in goal, including three stops on breakaways. On Monday the Vikes played Lincoln at home, as a March 12 game had to be rescheduled.

On Thursday the Vikings travel to South Kitsap.

NK TRACKSTER DESTROYS NKHS RECORD AT THE TACOMA INVITE

On Saturday, the Vikings traveled to the Tacoma Invite to compete against 30 teams.

In the 1600-meter run sophomore Hilary Leonard was seeded ninth going into a field of 24. Using patience and precision, Leonard continually moved through the field and finished third with a time of 5:15, shattering her personal best by 14 seconds and breaking the 17-year-old school record set by Sally Shaw.

“The athletes represented the school well,” wrote coach Lee Hodin in an e-mail. “Well done, North Kitsap Track and Field.”

On Thursday the Vikings take on Bellarmine in a home dual at 3:30.

KHS TRACK WRAPPED UP

WEEKEND OF COMPETITION

On Friday the Bucs hosted their first-ever home track meet — a double-dual league meet against Bremerton and Sequim.

Both KHS girl’s and boy’s teams squeaked by Bremerton’s team. The girl’s team won 73-72 and the boy’s won 78-66. Sequim, however, proved to be stiffer competition and the girls lost 81-68 and the boys lost 86-59. The times and distances for individual performances are the same for the duals against Bremerton and Sequim. However, as the meet was ran as a double-dual, KHS athlete places will vary between the Bremerton dual and Sequim dual.

BREMERTON -VS- KHS GIRL’S RESULTS: Chloe Stamper and Erika Rabura placed second and third, respectively in the 3200-meter run with times of 14 minutes, 32.2 seconds and 14:51.; Renee Henderson placed third in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 19.64; Kayla Campbell placed second in the 100 with a time of 12.9; Ruby Roberts and Brittany Peterson placed second and third, respectively, in the 400 with times of 60.4 and 1:13.07; Henderson placed second in the 300 hurdles with a time of 54.72; Roberts won the 800 and Stamper placed second with times of 2:26.28 and 3:21.47; Kaitlyn Gervais placed third in the shot put with a throw of 21 feet, 11.5 inches; Anika Kramberger won the discus with a distance of 80 feet, 7.5 inches; Elsa Brown won the javelin with a throw of 61 feet; Campbell and Jamie Schultz placed first and second, respectively, in the long jump with distances of 16 feet, 6 inches and 15 feet, 3.25 inches; Claire Polson placed second in the high jump with a height of 4 feet, 2 inches; Schulltz and Polson placed first and second in the triple jump, respectively, with distances of 32 feet, 11 inches and 29 feet, 8.75 inches; and Dana Van Wyck placed second in the pole vault with a height of 7 feet.

BREMERTON -VS- KHS BOY’S RESULTS: Benjamin Stamper and Andrew Michak placed second and third, respectively, in the 3200 with times of 10:58 and 12:01; Richard Urie won the 100-high hurdles with a time of 18.69; Stamper and Nicholas Schippens placed second and third, respectively, in the 1600 and 800 with times of 5:03 and 5:11.8 and 2:19.69 and 2:24.71; Urie and Taylor Etchey placed second and third, respectively, in the 400 with times os 55.54 and 59.26; Urie and Jake Kvistad placed second and third, respectively in the 300 hurdles with times of 48.27 and 1:09.2; Stephan Simonson won the 200 and Etchey placed third with times of 24.67 and 26.67; Alex Van Deen placed second in the shot put with a throw of 42 feet, 9.5 inches; Van Deen won the discuss and Chris Wade placed third with distances of 116 feet, 4 inches and 101 feet, 10 inches; Wade and Nathan Ajax placed second and third, respectively, in the javelin with throws of 115 feet, 8 inches and 114 feet, 5 inches; Mike Ferrell and Jack Clearman placed first and second in the long jump with distances of 19 feet, 4.25 inches and 19 feet, 3.25 inches; Ferrell won the high jump and Chris Fleming placed second with heights of 5 feet, 8 inches and 5 feet, 6 inches; Clearman and Jon Sudduth placed first and third, respectively, in the triple jump with distances of 39 feet, 8.5 inches and 34 feet, 1.5 inches; Aaron Bilbao, Sam Schoemaker and Alexander Tweten placed first, second and third, respectively, in the pole vault with heights of 13 feet, 10 feet and 10 feet.

SEQUIM -VS- KHS GIRL’S RESULTS: Stamper placed third in the 3200; Renee Henderson placed third in the 100 hurdles and second in the 300 hurdles, Campbell won the 100 and Kiana Valentine placed third with a time of 14.15; Roberts won the 800 and 400 while Peterson placed third in the 400; Campbell and Schultz placed second and third, respectively, in the 200 and placed first and second, respectively, in the long jump; Kramberger placed third in the shot put and won the discus; Brown placed third in the discus and javelin; Polson placed third in the high jump; Schultz won the triple jump and Polson placed third; and Van Wyck placed second in the pole vault and Robles and Williamson tied for third.

SEQUIM -VS- KHS BOY’S RESULTS: Stamper and Michak placed second and third, respectively, in the 3200 and Stamper placed third in the 1600 and 800; Urie placed second in the 100- and 300-hurdles and 400; Etchey placed third in the 100; Simonson placed third in the 200; Van Deen won the shot put and discus; Wade placed second in the discus and javelin; Ajax placed third in the javelin; Ferrell and Clearman placed second and third, respectively, in the long jump; Ferrell won the high jump; Clearman won the triple jump; and Bilbao and Shoemaker placed first and third, respectively, in the pole vault.

On Saturday the Buccaneers attended the Mount Tahoma Invitational, in which 40 teams competed. The girl’s team received fifth overall and the combined boys and girls teams placed Kingston in 13th. Due to the size of the event only one athlete per school could compete in each event.

INDIVIDUAL PLACES: Roberts won the 1600 and placed fifth in the 3200; Schultz won the triple jump; Campbell won the long jump and placed eighth in the 200; Bilbao won the Pole Vault; Van Wyck placed fifth in the pole vault and Clearman placed eighth in the triple jump.

On Friday the Bucs compete against Port Angeles and Peninsula high schools at port angeles. On Saturday the Bucs head to South Kitsap to compete in the South Kitsap Invite.

NK FASTPITCH DEMOLISHED GIG HARBOR

Over the weekend the Vikings handled Gig Harbor 13-3.

Gig Harbor got on the scoreboard early with a first inning run. In the third inning the Vikes answered with a run of its own and, heading into the fifth inning, the game was a 2-2 tie. But the fifth inning is when the magic happened for the Vikings, as Jordan Chargualaf nailed a double with the bases loaded. The Vikes scored seven runs for the inning and the guaranteed victory. The Vikings polished off its runs with four more in the sixth.

Pitchers were Jenneke Oostman, Ashley Tobin and Ali Marks. Hitting stats: Tobin had two hits; Chargualaf had two hits, a double and four RBIs; Oostman had two hits, a double and two RBIs; Heather Martin had three hits; and Michelle Donhaue and Courtney Coleman each had three hits. The Vikings traveled to Olympia on Tuesday. Results of the game were not available at presstime. Today the Vikes are back home to take on Lincoln. The game starts at 4 p.m. On Friday the Vikings travel to Bellarmine.

KHS BASEBALL CONTINUES WINNING STREAK

The Bucs won two in a row with a 12-2 win over North Mason on Friday and a 3-1 victory over Port Townsend on Monday.

“Outstanding pitching from (Tyler) Sullivan and (Justin) Tapp kept the Bulldogs at bay for five innings while the Bucs’ bats scored 12 in five innings,” wrote head coach Scott McKay in an e-mail. “The big hit being a Chris Jones bases-loaded double that plated three runs.”

KHS -vs- North Mason stats: The Bucs posted 12 runs on nine hits with no errors. Sullivan pitched three innings and tallied three strikeouts, Tapp pitched two innings. Catcher was Theron Rahier. Robert Jordan had two hits and three runs, Rahier had two hits, two RBIs and two runs, Jones had two hits and three RBIs.

NK AMBUSH TEAM FINISHES SEASON WITH A WIN

On April 6 at Kingston High School the North Kitsap Ambush GU17 team finished its CYL soccer season with a win against Kent Spirit, 2-0. Cami Krema scored the first goal with an assist by Georgia Suter. Marissa Marcotte scored the second goal unassisted. Goalie RaeAnn McConnell held onto the shutout.

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