Sports Roundup | Sept. 18

Sports Roundup | Sept. 18

Bremerton football wins again, North Kitsap volleyball tops Olympic League

Football (Sept. 15)

Ferndale 55, South Kitsap 21

Cole Semu rushed for 237 yards in leading Ferndale to a victory over the Wolves. Senior running back Izaiah Davis led South Kitsap with 111 yards and quarterback Garrison Glisson threw two touchdown passes in the loss.

Bremerton 37, Olympic 23

Senior running back Sema’J Cook scored twice on the ground and once in the air as Bremerton continued its hot start to the season. The Knights travel to Sequim on Sept. 22 for its next league test.

Central Kitsap 28, North Thurston 7 (Sept. 14)

Two touchdowns from Elijah McGee helped the Cougars to their first league win of the season. Central Kitsap travels to Lacey to take on a high-powered Timberline squad, which is considered one of the state’s best 3A schools.

Other scores:

  • Granite Falls 27, Klahowya 22
  • North Kitsap 49, Port Angeles 0
  • North Mason 28, Kingston 6

Girls Soccer (Sept. 14)

South Kitsap 2, Olympia 0

Senior midfielder Savannah Foster scored a goal and set up another for Teanna Lathum as South Kitsap pushed its record above .500 with a 2-0 victory over Olympia. Keeper Olivia Prince recorded her first clean sheet of the season for the Wolves.

Port Angeles 4, Kingston 0

Millie Long scored twice for Port Angeles and assisted on a third to Sierra Robinson as Kingston fell to its Olympic League foe. Kingston’s next match is on Sept. 19 against Klahowya.

Central Kitsap 4, North Thurston 2

The Cougars got off to a quick start with goals from Marielle Arnold, on a feed from Grace Anderson, and Autumn Mullins before the 20 minute mark and continued to roll to a 4-2 win. Lauren Hudson added a first-half goal and an assist and Mullins struck again late in the match on a pass from Katie Rankin.

Other scores:

  • North Kitsap 3, Bremerton 0
  • Klahowya 7, Port Townsend 0

Volleyball (Thursday, Sept. 14)

North Kitsap 3, Bremerton 0

The Vikings hold sole possession of first place in the Olympic 2A League with its victory over previously undefeated Bremerton in straight sets. Senior Rae Rosenquist and freshman Riley Rabedeaux each finished with five kills for the Vikings and Rosenquist also added 20 assists. Eunice Moran led the defense with 10 digs and Autumn Carver finished with eight.

Kingston 3, Port Angeles 0

Kingston defeated Port Angeles in straight sets, 25-17, 25-20, 25-23. Jane Hermanson and Morgan Halady each finished with nine kills for Kingston and setter Cece Mercado racked up 28 assists. Ryley Tellinghuisen led all defenders with 15 digs and Gabrielle Johnson tallied three aces.

Other scores:

  • Peninsula 3, Central Kitsap 0
  • Klahowya 3, Port Townsend 0
  • North Mason 3, Olympic 0

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