Sports Briefs

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

Mike Ferrell wraps up the final leg of the Kingston’s 4x100 relay on Saturday. Kingston didn’t place in the 4x100


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

No. 1 singles Jocelyn Gutierrez defeated Bremerton’s Krystal Membrere 6-1, 6-2; No. 2 singles Rachel Bishop defeated Bremerton’s Paige Mitchell; No. 3 singles Sarah Strueker defeated KHS Hannah Hayes 6-1, 6-0; No. 1 doubles My Simone, Sandy Schmidt defeated KHS Theresa Tucci, Krystina Lambert 6-3, 6-1; No.2 doubles Coutrey Basserbuyer, Celine Torella defeated KHS Felicia Drone, Xan Dammarell 6-0, 6-2; No. 3 doubles Jasmine Buttle, Anhria Fofdyck defeated KHS Michelle Hunter, Olivia Guevara 6-0, 6-1; and the No. 4 doubles match was rained out during the second set, but Bremerton’s Rukie Hartman, Jenn Smalley led Maddi Miller, Stephanie Fyfe 7-6, 4-2 prior to the cancelation.


On Friday the Vikings traveled to Bellarmine and lost 5-3.

Jenneke Oostman pitched a great game giving up only one earned run and five hits, which were all in-field hits. Jordan Jewett was went four for four at the plate which included a triple, a double, two singles and the RBIs.

The Vikings held tight for the majority of the game, but Bellarmine got the winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning.

The Vikings have a stacked schedule this week, due to nasty weather several games had to be rescheduled.

Today the Vikes play Olympia twice, Wilson on Thursday and Mt. Tahoma on Friday. All games are at home and start at 4 p.m.


On Thursday the Vikings traveled to the home fields of South Kitsap, one of the best soccer teams in the Narrows League. The Vikes lost 5-1.

On Saturday North traveled to Peninsula and played to a 0-0 tie. On Tuesday the Vikes played Central Kitsap at home. The results of the game were not available at presstime. On Thursday the Vikings travel to Gig Harbor.


On Saturday at Buccaneer Field the Bucs shut out Klahowya Secondary School 5-0.

Coach Craig Smith said Kingston is tied for first in Olympic League play, and point wise the Bucs are well ahead of every 2A Olympic League school. He said to win the league Kingston must win its remaining three games and Olympic needs to tie or lose a game.

“It’s an uphill battle for both of us, the league is pretty strong,” Smith said. “I don’t see how we’re not going to be in post season.”

On Tuesday Kingston played Port Townsend at home in what Smith described as a “huge game.” Results of the game were not available at presstime. On Thursday The Bucs travel to North Mason.


On Friday the Bucs traveled to Bremerton and stomped the Trojans 18-6. Kingston racked up 18 runs off 16 hits and only had one error for the game. Bremerton had eight hits and two errors.

Kingston shared the mound on Friday and Robert Jordan, Kyle Murray, Reuben Smith and Justin Tapp threw some heat and Theron Rahier was catcher. Taylor Zehrung, had two hits, three runs and an RBI; Smith had three hits and five RBIs; Rahier had three hits, two runs and an RBI; Chris Jones had two hits and an RBI; Tyler Sullivan had one hit and two RBIs; and Kyle Murray and Danny Maleske each had two hits and two RBIs.

“We batted around in the first with Smith getting a single and double and four RBIs,” wrote head coach Scott McKay in an e-mail. “We threw four pitchers on a day that saw it hail and sleet off and on throughout the game and we were glad to only have to play five innings.”

The Bucs played Peninsula at home on Monday. Results of the game were not available at presstime. Today the Bucs take on Olympic at Kingston and on Friday the team travels to Klahowya.


Kingston’s meet in Port Angeles on Friday was canceled due to rain. But the Bucs were able to attend the South Kitsap Invite on Saturday. The girl’s team placed third with 64 points, the boy’s team placed 11th with 22 points and combined the team place seventh with 86 points.

SK Invite girl’s results: Kayla Campbell, fifth place 200, 28.39 seconds; Ruby Roberts, second place 800, 2:22.68; Roberts, first place 3200, 11:13.81; Dana Van Wyck, fourth place pole vault, 7 feet, 6 inches; Campbell, first place long jump, 16 feet, 1 inch; Jamie Schultz, fourth place long jump, 15 feet, 3.25 inches; and Schultz, second place triple jump, 33 feet.

SK Invite boy’s results: Aaron Bilbao, first place pole vault, 14 feet; and Jack Clearman, fifth place long jump, 20 feet, 3.25 inches.


On Thursday the NK tracksters hosted Bellarmine to a dual meet. And on Saturday North’s team traveled to the South Kitsap Invite, where the girl’s team placed second with 98 points, the boy’s team placed seventh with 36.5 points and combined North placed fifth with 134.5 points.

Dual girl’s results: Alison Howe, first place 100-meter dash, 13.84 seconds; Allision Boltwood, third place 100, 15.04; Howe, second place 200, 28.7; Lauren Leicht third place 200, 29.3; Annelise Weinmann, first place 400, 1 minute, 7.57 seconds; Katie Tertocha second place 400, 1:16.01; Weinmann, second place 800, 2:34.9; Shawna Williams, third place 800, 2:38.6; Kelly Cates thrid place 1600, 5:49 and third place 300-hurdles, 52.13; Sannon Leicht, first place 100-hurdles, 18.85; Lauren Leicht second place 100-hurdles, 19.94; Megan Barnes, third place 100-hurdles 20.71; Madisen Kellogg, first place high jump 4 feet, 8 inches; Madi Taylor, second place high jump, 4 feet, 6 inches; Taylor Ottomano and Megan Barnes, tied for third place high jump, 4 feet, 4 inches; Ottomano, second place long jump, 14 feet, 2.5 inches; Taylor, third place long jump, 13 feet, 7.5 inches; Stacie Brown, first place triple jump, 31 feet; Shannon Leicht third place triple jump, 29 feet, 2 inches; and Crystal Hart, second place shot put, 24 feet, 9 inches.

Boy’s results: Jordan Coover, first place 100, 11.72, first place 400, 55.34 and second place 200, 24.29; Ray Reedy first place 800, 2:02.8 and first place 1600, 4:38.9; Lars Blazina, first place 3200, 11:44; Alexander Cook second place 3200, 11:58; Cory Miller, third place 3200, 12:09.7; Blake Mackie third place 110-high hurdles, 17.6; Mike Lovato second place 300-hurdles, 47.25; Buddy Woodman, first place high jump, 5 feet, 6 inches; Eric Beisley third place high jump, 5 feet; Beisley third place pole vault, 10 feet; Tolen Mcgregor first place long jump, 19 feet, 2.5 inches; Mcgregor, third place triple jump, 35 feet, 6.5 inches; Woodman second place triple jump, 37 feet, 3 inches; Josh McCown, second place shot put, 36 feet, 9 inches; Eli Criss third place shot put, 34 feet, 10.5 inches; and McCown, third place discuss, 91 feet.

SK Invite girl’s results: Siara Byers, first place 100-meter dash, 13.05 seconds; Melissa Kunold, third place 200, 28.15; Elizabeth Staker, fourth place 800, 2 minutes, 25.59 seconds; Tertocha, fourth place 1600, 5.55.02; Hilary Leonard, third place 3200, 11.43.84; Weinmann, fourth place 3200, 11:46.17; second place 4×100-meter relay, 52.28; second place 4×200, 1:51.34; fourth place 4×400, 4:27.98; Taylor, third place high jump, 4 feet, 8 inches; Taylor, third place pole vault, 7 feet, 6 inches; Kateese Carter, fifth place triple jump, 30 feet, 11.25 inches; and Michelle Lloyd, second place javelin, 101 feet, 4 inches.

SK Invite boy’s results: Coover, second place 100, 12; Nathan De Guzman, fifth place 200, 24.35; second place 4×100, 44.39; third place 4×400, 3:38.72; and Beisley, fifth place high jump, 5 feet, 6 inches.


North Kitsap boys’ golf team traveled to Tumwater Valley on Monday to compete against Olympia High School. TJoey Duwe was North’s top point getter, but ended his streak of being medalist. He shot a 76 worth 32 points. The medalist came from Olympia, Colin Poff shot a 74 good for 34 points. North dropped to 1-4 while Olympia improved to 6-0.

Joey Duwe, scored 76 for 32 points; Mitch Woodside scored 82 for 26 points; Evan Tidball scored 86 for 22 points; TJ French scored 88 for 20 points;

Mike Cornelius scored 95 for 13 points; and Colby Cather scored 94 for 14 points.

I am putting on a prep camp can you put it into the paper!


A week on fun and fundamentals, June 2 through 6 from 3 to 5 p.m. in the NKHS gym. Cost is $50. For more information contact coach Bill Hobaugh at 360-598-8469 or e-mail


A fundamental skill building basketball camp for girls in grades five through 12 will be held in the Kingston High School gym June 30 through July 3. Every player at this basketball camp will develop; shooting, passing, dribbling, rebounding and defense skills in addition to learning the other life lessons of teamwork, dedication, focus and sportsmanship. The camp for students in grades five through eight runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the camp for students in grades nine through 12 will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. The camp costs $90, which includes a basketball for eight grade and under and a t-shirt for ninth through 12 grade participants. A $10 discount is offered for each additional child per registering family. To register call or e-mail Coach Strozier at 360-394-1194, or Gail Wicklein at 360-620-3377,


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 House 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 360-930-0125 or e-mail


Poulsbo Parks and Recreation is sponsoring a weekday girls basketball league. Girls, grades five through 12 are eligible to participate. The divisions are fifth and sixth-grade, seventh and eighth-grade and ninth and 12-grade. Practices will start as soon as a team forms. Call Poulsbo Parks and recreation at 779-9898 for more info or to register. Cost is $69 per player; games start late April and continue through June 5th.

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