Kingston High School

Central Kitsap’s Fred Buckson was named the co-MVP of the game along with Olympic’s Cale Dower. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Central Kitsap’s Fred Buckson was named the co-MVP of the game along with Olympic’s Cale Dower. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Bremerton’s 4x100 relay team of Lauryn Chandler (top left), Nyaijah Johnson (bottom left), Tyishea McWhorter (bottom right) and Te’Caela Wilcher (top right) captured a state championship at the WIAA 2A state meet. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Bremerton’s 4x100 relay team of Lauryn Chandler (top left), Nyaijah Johnson (bottom left), Tyishea McWhorter (bottom right) and Te’Caela Wilcher (top right) captured a state championship at the WIAA 2A state meet. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Kingston senior infielder Ethan Sax takes a hack in the first inning of a game against White River on May 5. Jacob Moore | Kitsap Daily News
Kingston senior infielder Ethan Sax takes a hack in the first inning of a game against White River on May 5. Jacob Moore | Kitsap Daily News

Lanfear’s golden goal lifts Kingston to seventh Olympic League title

The senior midfielder connected in overtime to give the Buccaneers a 3-2 victory

Alexandra Payne set a new meet record in the discus with a throw of 113-11. Payne is currently ranked second in the hammer throw, fourth in discus and ninth in shotput in 2A. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Alexandra Payne set a new meet record in the discus with a throw of 113-11. Payne is currently ranked second in the hammer throw, fourth in discus and ninth in shotput in 2A. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Mackenzie Wagner pitched five innings for North Kitsap and allowed just one run on four hits while striking out four. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Mackenzie Wagner pitched five innings for North Kitsap and allowed just one run on four hits while striking out four. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Kingston’s Delaney Olson tees off against Port Angeles High School on the first hole on at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles. Golf has been one of the few sports relatively unaffected by recent rainstorms. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Kingston’s Delaney Olson tees off against Port Angeles High School on the first hole on at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles. Golf has been one of the few sports relatively unaffected by recent rainstorms. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Kingston celebrates a victory over North Kitsap following a save by keeper Ian Schmid in the seventh round of the penalty shootout. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Kingston celebrates a victory over North Kitsap following a save by keeper Ian Schmid in the seventh round of the penalty shootout. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Bremerton infielder Karli Uhrich clenches her fist in celebration of her team taking a late 10-8 lead as she steps on home plate in the bottom of the sixth inning. Jacob Moore | Kitsap Daily News

Linkemyer’s clutch hit lifts Bremerton to 10-8 victory

The Knights came from behind to defeat Kingston in an Olympic League match

Bremerton infielder Karli Uhrich clenches her fist in celebration of her team taking a late 10-8 lead as she steps on home plate in the bottom of the sixth inning. Jacob Moore | Kitsap Daily News
Senior outfielder Gage Updegrove races home to score in the third inning. Kingston won 7-4. Jacob Moore | Kitsap Daily News

Kingston baseball takes down Trojans

Head coach Abe Lupkin said he’s beginning to see his team’s competitive attitude show

Senior outfielder Gage Updegrove races home to score in the third inning. Kingston won 7-4. Jacob Moore | Kitsap Daily News
Danya Wallis (foreground) played doubles against Kingston on March 26 with teammate Grace Hansen. Wallis is on a quest to win her fourth singles championship this season. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Danya Wallis, North Kitsap looking to repeat

Wallis is pursuing her fourth singles championship and the team is after its fifth-straight league title

Danya Wallis (foreground) played doubles against Kingston on March 26 with teammate Grace Hansen. Wallis is on a quest to win her fourth singles championship this season. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Stefans Lusis of Kingston is the defending Olympic League and WCD III 3,200-meter champion and will face challengers both old and new this spring, including Lucas Becker of Klahowya (center) who is running track for the first time. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Kingston’s Stefans Lusis has new competition from a familiar face in Klahowya’s Lucas Becker

The two ran against one another during cross country season; now Becker is running track for the first time

Stefans Lusis of Kingston is the defending Olympic League and WCD III 3,200-meter champion and will face challengers both old and new this spring, including Lucas Becker of Klahowya (center) who is running track for the first time. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
<em>Sophomore cast member Sebastian Flores, left, and senior Sophie Maio, drama club president, sign during a scene of the play, “Almost Maine.”</em>
                                Jacob Moore / Kitsap Daily News

Kingston drama partners with ASL students

Translators and even some actors use ASL during showings

<em>Sophomore cast member Sebastian Flores, left, and senior Sophie Maio, drama club president, sign during a scene of the play, “Almost Maine.”</em>
                                Jacob Moore / Kitsap Daily News
Kingston junior defender Davey Anderson, right, and Klahowya senior forward Darius Joe battle for the ball during the first half of their March 19 game. The Buccaneers won 2-1. Jacob Moore | Kitsap News Group
Kingston junior defender Davey Anderson, right, and Klahowya senior forward Darius Joe battle for the ball during the first half of their March 19 game. The Buccaneers won 2-1. Jacob Moore | Kitsap News Group
Senior Zee Young comes home on a single by freshman Brooke Mimaki in the first inning of Central Kitsap’s game against Kingston on March 15. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap Daily News)
Senior Zee Young comes home on a single by freshman Brooke Mimaki in the first inning of Central Kitsap’s game against Kingston on March 15. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap Daily News)
<em>Kingston catcher Meghan Fenwick takes a few swings at a practice before her team’s first game of the season.</em>
                                Mark Krulish / Kitsap News Group

Kingston Softball | Spring Sports Preview

Head coach: Joe Schiel 2017 record: 5-7, 5-12 Top returning players: C Meghan Fenwick, Jr.; SS Lucy Schaeffer, Jr.; 1B Lauren Wadley, So.; CF Holly… Continue reading

<em>Kingston catcher Meghan Fenwick takes a few swings at a practice before her team’s first game of the season.</em>
                                Mark Krulish / Kitsap News Group

Kingston Baseball | Spring Sports Preview

Head coach: Abe Lupkin 2017 record: 6-7, 8-8 Top returning players: SS Ethan Sax, Sr.; CF Gage Updegrove, Sr.; P/IF/OF Tim Melzer, Jr.; P/IF/OF Jack… Continue reading

Kingston Girls Tennis | Spring Sports Preview

Head coach: Terry Grimm 2017 record: 9-5 Top returning players: Emily Shaleen, Lily Beaulieu, Sam Young, Elizabeth Ramirez. Outlook: Plenty of firepowers returns to help… Continue reading

Kingston’s Jordan Sanchez looks upfield for a pass in his team’s 1-0 victory over North Kitsap on March 12. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Kingston’s Jordan Sanchez looks upfield for a pass in his team’s 1-0 victory over North Kitsap on March 12. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)