Week 4 roundup: Oly, North Kitsap tied atop league standings; CK wins a defensive battle; Wallis rushes for 240 yards in Klahowya loss

Week 4 roundup: Oly, North Kitsap tied atop league standings; CK wins a defensive battle; Wallis rushes for 240 yards in Klahowya loss

North Kitsap 35, Bremerton 27

With the amount of youth on both sides in this game, the North Kitsap-Bremerton matchup should be a must-see game over the next couple of years. The Vikings and Knights gave us a taste in this one. North Kitsap erased an early 21-3 deficit and took the lead in the third quarter on a 1-yard pass from Colton Bower to Cache Holmes. Bower rushed for over 185 yards, threw for 150 and accounted for all five North Kitasp touchdowns. Bremerton quarterback Kelo Logova was just a good, throwing for 236 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 90 yards. Darick DeJesus finished with 5 receptions for 112 yards and two touchdowns as well.

Read a full recap of that game here.

Next game: North Kitsap: Oct. 4 vs. Steilacoom, 7 p.m.; Bremerton: Oct. 4, 6:30 p.m. vs. North Mason.

Olympic 46, Kingston 6

The Trojans hot start continues with their third-straight victory after losing their opener to Central Kitsap. Trent Feistner rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns in Olympic’s 46-6 win over Kingston. Cameron Bailey added 83 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries and Zeke Gillick tossed a pair of touchdown passes — one to Adam Johnson and another to Anthony Turso. Olympic and North Kitsap are now tied atop the Olympic League standings. Meanwhile, Kingston suffered its first loss of the season. Garrett Sitting-Dog scored the lone touchdown for the Bucs.

Next game: Olympic: Oct. 4, 6:30 p.m. vs. Port Angeles; Kingston: Oct. 4, 6:30 p.m. at Sequim

Central Kitsap 5, Yelm 0

A Donovan Ralston safety and a Tyler Cannon 27-yard field goal was all the scoring Central Kitsap needed, as it knocked off the Blazers at home in a rare 5-0 final score. Neither team mustered much offense and the Cougars actually lost the turnover battle in this penalty-filled contest. But they were able to grind out enough yards on the ground thanks to Joshua Willis’s 22 carries for 58 yards.

Next game: Oct. 4, 7 p.m. at Shelton.

Chimacum 22, Klahowya 16

Klahowya junior Hunter Wallis nearly willed his team to victory with a performance to remember. Wallis rushed for 243 yards and two touchdowns, but the Eagles came up short at Chimacum, losing 22-16. Nick Lewis added 114 yards on 19 carries as well. Freshman Michael Divano’s 38-yard field goal gave Klahowya a 16-14 , but a late third quarter Chimacum touchdown proved to be the difference.

Next game: Oct. 11, 6:30 p.m.vs. Vashon Island.

Emerald Ridge 41, South Kitsap 0

The Jaguars scored on their opening drive and South Kitsap’s offense never got going against a tough, physical Emerald Ridge defense. The Wolves turned the ball over five times and had a tough time with the Jaguars’ myriad of talent skill players. They will look to bounce back against a winless Bellarmine team next week.

Next game: Oct. 4, 7 p.m. at Bellarmine Prep.

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