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Through sponsorships, Chelsea and Kyle Pease helped pay for 13 students’ education
Difficult at times, CTE programs must deal with expensive equipment, repairs and more students
Olivia Selembo led the Vikings with 28 points
Two top Olympic League swim teams went toe-to-toe
Olivia Selembo scores 15 points for North Kitsap in her first full game of the season
Recaps of the first league games since the holiday break and a look ahead at tonight’s games.
Kobee Hunt led Kingston with 16 points
BELFAIR — Wins by Robert Gomez at 126 pounds and Nouh Hammou at 182 pounds propelled North Kitsap to victory at the North Mason Hawkins… Continue reading
KINGSTON — The Buccaneers had escaped the third quarter with a two-point lead after a furious charge by Central Kitsap. Needing to rally after a… Continue reading
BREMERTON — There was no better evidence of South Kitsap’s early season success on the mats than the final match in the 170-pound weight class… Continue reading
Kingston defeats North Kitsap 114-54 at dual meet on Dec. 12.
Kingston boys basketball Head coach: Jason Boyd 2016-17 record: 17-8 Top returning players: Popeh Chiquiti, senior; Isaiah Calloway, junior. Key newcomers: Kanikki Hale, senior; Marcus… Continue reading
Kingston boys swimming & diving Head coach: Mark VanHuis 2016-17 record: 7-0; 2A state champions Top returning swimmers: Dave Andersen, Ethan Fox, Tim Gallagher, Bryce… Continue reading
Kingston wrestling Head coach: Casey Nelson 2016-17 record: 3-6 Top returning wrestlers: Hunter Collins, 182, senior; Dalton Tellinghuisen, 120, junior. Key newcomers: Casey Jones, 132… Continue reading
LACEY — Although neither North Kitsap nor Kingston came away with any hardware at the state volleyball tournament, which took place Nov. 10-11 at St.… Continue reading
POULSBO — North Kitsap’s journey through the 2A state football playoffs begins tonight with a record-breaking running back leading the charge. North Kitsap senior Dax… Continue reading
UNIVERSITY PLACE — Madison Zosa had the lead wire-to-wire. By the time the North Kitsap freshman reached the second large loop of the course at… Continue reading
Six tennis players from North Kitsap and Kingston advanced to the state tournament.
The Vikings defeated Kingston and Sequim en route to the title.
Madison Zosa of North Kitsap and Lucas Becker of Klahowya each won individual titles.