Bremerton’s Keith Jackmon (9) and Kaipo Retome (45) collide with Kingston’s Garrett Sitting-Dog (24) in the first quarter of the Knights’ 30-20 victory. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Bremerton’s Keith Jackmon (9) and Kaipo Retome (45) collide with Kingston’s Garrett Sitting-Dog (24) in the first quarter of the Knights’ 30-20 victory. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Week 7 football roundup: Bremerton, Oly set for crosstown clash; North Kitsap stays perfect in league play; CK shuts out North Thurston

Bremerton 30, Kingston 20

The Knights and Buccaneers battled right to the end, but Bremerton was able to slide past Kingston, 30-20, thanks to a pair of late touchdown runs from Sean Booker. With his team ahead 16-14, the senior fullback scored on runs of 10 and 17 yards in the final five minutes of the game to set up a big showdown with crosstown rival Olympic next week. Kimo Retome and Joshua Tapangco also scored for the Knights. Garett Sitting-Dog rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown for Kingston.

Read more about that game here.

Next game: Bremerton: Oct. 25, 6:30 p.m. vs. Olympic; Kingston: Oct. 25, 6:30 p.m. vs. North Mason.

North Kitsap 40, North Mason 7

The Vikings remained perfect in league play with a big victory over North Mason. Quarterback Colton Bower rushed for three touchdowns and threw an 82-yard scoring pass to Josh Fisher. Taylor Jackson scored a 21-yard touchdown in the third quarter and Boaz Adams returned a fumble for a score. North Kitsap will look to improve its chances of winning the league title with a victory over Port Angeles next week.

Next game: Oct. 25, 7 p.m. vs. Port Angeles.

Olympic 41, Forks 6

Senior back Cameron Bailey was the star in this one, rushing for 300 yards and five touchdowns in a romp of 1A Forks at Integrity Stadium. The Trojans’ focus now turns to their big rivalry game next week against Bremerton.

Next game: Oct. 25, 6:30 p.m. at Olympic.

Central Kitsap 31, North Thurston 0

Freshman running back Kooper Hall ran for 205 yards and three touchdowns at the Cougars blanked North Thurston on the road. Central Kitsap scored all of its points in the first half, starting with an early 37-yard field goal from Tyler Cannon. Quarterback Christian Arcangel-Diego connected with receiver Zachary Webb for a 17-yard touchdown in the first quarter to give the Cougars a 17-0 lead. Central Kitsap currently holds the last playoff spot out of the South Sound Conference with two games to go.

Next game: Oct. 25, 7 p.m. vs. Capital.

Charles Wright Academy 21, Klahowya 7

The Eagles took a 7-0 lead in this game in the first quarter on a Hunter Wallis 44-yard touchdown run, but the first place Tarriers were able to take control of the game thanks to a punt return and an interception return for a touchdown. Wallis finished the game with 124 yards rushing and ten total tackles. The Eagles should bounce back well next week against Port Townsend.

Next game: Oct. 25, 6:30 p.m. vs. Port Townsend.

Puyallup 62, South Kitsap 0

The good news for the Wolves is that brutal two-game stretch against Graham-Kapowsin and Puyallup is now behind them. They have also wrapped up their road games for the season and finish the year at Ed Fisher Field with games against Olympia and Battle Ground.

Next game: Oct. 25, 7 p.m. vs. Olympia.

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