Week 5 Olympic League Football Roundup

Bainbridge 28, South Kitsap 14

PJ Miller’s 2-yard touchdown run in the third quarter put the Spartans ahead for good in their 28-14 win over South Kitsap. Cal Breen had 162 yards receiving and rushing combined, including a busy night in the air with 10 receptions for 103 yards. Both of Breen’s touchdowns came in the first half; he scored on an 8-yard run in the first quarter, and his 14-yard TD reception from Gabe Todd gave Bainbridge a 14-0 lead. South Kitsap struck late in the first half as Rylen Bayne hit Brayden Segerman for a 2-yard score. The Wolves tied the game on their first possession of the third quarter on Slater Shoemaker’s 16-yard run. Jack Mielke scored the final touchdown for Bainbridge, which finished 3-3 this year. South Kitsap was 0-3.

North Kitsap 35, Olympic 14

The Trojans hung in there for a half against North Kitsap, but the Vikings capped an undefeated 5-0 season thanks to a strong second-half performance. Olympic led 14-13 at intermission, but Colton Bower scored on a 35-yard run in the third quarter to give North Kitsap the lead, and Lincoln Castillo extended it with a 23-yard touchdown run. Bower struck again in the fourth quarter as he found AJ Fitsemons in the end zone. Bower finished the game with 212 passing yards and another 48 rushing, and Jaxson Gore had seven receptions for 130 yards. Olympic’s final record is 1-3.

Klahowya 31, Kingston 0

Hunter Wallis rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns as the Eagles completed a 4-1 season with a victory over the Bucs. Wallis scored both of his TDs in the first half, including an 80-yard run to open the scoring. Freshman quarterback Philip Powell threw a touchdown pass to Jacob Manavie to extend the lead in the third quarter, and Kasey Major also scored a touchdown on a 29-yard fumble recovery. Klahowya also recorded two safeties. Kingston finished the season with a 1-4 record.

Sequim 38, Central Kitsap 22

The Wolves blitzed Central Kitsap for three touchdowns in the second quarter, and that proved to be the difference in a 38-22 loss. The Cougars were able to answer Sequim’s first two scores in the first quarter, as Joshua Willis scored a 1-yard touchdown and Kalai Pasi connected with Chandler Lindstrom for a 63-yard strike. But a pick-six and an 83-yard touchdown pass gave Sequim a 38-14 lead by halftime. Pasi finished the game with 170 yards passing and two scores and another 70 yards rushing. Central Kitsap finished with a 3-2 record.