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The Vikings received 23 points from junior guard Raelee Moore in the 59-41 victory.
POULSBO — With the way they have played all season long, the Vikings have themselves believing the third time’s a charm. And it’s hard not… Continue reading
FEDERAL WAY — For the second year in a row, North Kitsap sophomore Eleanor Beers was named Washington Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association Swimmer of the… 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
With the win, Vikings travel to Everett to take on top-ranked 2A Archbishop Murphy
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
Vikings win 2A District 3 tournament for the first time since 2014
POULSBO — Despite a couple of early fumbles, there was never any doubt for North Kitsap head coach Jeff Weible. He was going to keep… 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.
Lacking staff adviser, club treasurer turns to Jewel Box Theatre for help
A look back at a wild weekend in Kitsap County.
For the second time this season, the Vikings defeated the Trojans on penalty kicks.
The Vikings are now firmly in control of the Olympic League title race.
All seven local teams were in action on Thursday night.
Five different players scored in the 5-1 victory
Bremerton, North Kitsap, Olympic were big winners over the weekend.
North Kitsap takes firm control of Olympic League title race with the victory.
The Vikings won the match in straight sets.