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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.

KINGSTON HIGH BASEBALL GOES FIVE FOR FIVE

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.

Port Townsend game stats: Kingston posted 16 hits and zero errors. Pitcher Tyler Sullivan tallied 8 strikeouts, 0 hits and 0 runs in three innings; Austin Overton had two strikeouts in two innings; catcher was Kyle Murray. Paul Bagala had four hits, three doubles and seven RBIs; Chris Jones had four hits, three runs and one RBI; Reuben Smith had three hits and four RBIs; Robert Jordan had two hits, three runs and two RBIs; Danny Orr had two hits, one run and one RBI; Tyler Sullivan had two hits, four runs and one RBI; Theron Rahier smacked the Bucs’ only homer.

CHISHOLM’S CHALLENGE BASKETBALL CAMPS

The North Kitsap Athletic Boosters Club presents Chisholm’s Challenge 2008 boys and girls basketball camps. The cost is $85 per camper per camp. There are four camps in all with sessions for ninth through 12-graders and fifth through eighth-graders. The camps run June 9-13, June 23-27, July 7-11 and July 21-25. Registration flyers will be available for pick up at the Sport Haus in Poulsbo or from coach Tony Chisholm at NKHS starting April 7. The camps will be held at NKHS and all fees will be used to develop NK’s basketball program. For more information contact coach Chisholm at (360) 390-0125 or e-mail tchisholm@nkschools.org

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