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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
Bryan Petro: Boisterous, positive and proud of his community.
School administrators say student tardiness is on the rise.
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
Those impacted by recent lockdowns at South Kitsap High have voiced opinions (ironically over social media) ranging from annoyance at having their school day interrupted… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — An unfortunate sequence of events, some preventable, some not, sunk South Kitsap against South Puget Sound League boys basketball foe Sumner on… Continue reading
Deante Ward led the Wolves with 19 points.
Klahowya boys and girls drop double-header against Forks The Eagles (0-2) dropped another tough game way out on the Washington coast on Dec. 1. Klahowya… Continue reading
South Kitsap girls basketball Head coach: Mike Allen 2016-2017 record: 5-15 Returning players: Hailey Standridge, guard, senior; Kaylee McEdward, forward, senior; Amani Johnson, forward, senior;… Continue reading
South Kitsap boys swim and dive Head coach: Nicole Miller 2016-2017 record: 3-6 Top returning swimmers: Troy Conrad, senior; Andrei Obnial, senior; Andrew Johnson, senior;… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — On a Saturday morning practice with still a week to go before South Kitsap opened its regular season, an intra-varsity scrimmage was… Continue reading
South Kitsap wrestling Head coach: Chad Nass 2016-2017 record: 7-1; second place at regionals; fifth place at states. Top returning wrestlers: Mason Eaglin, Sebastian Robles,… Continue reading
Both teams finished in sixth place at districts on Oct. 28.
The team has qualified for the regional playoffs for the first time in program history.
The Wolves lost, 19-3, on a stormy night in Puyallup
Court hearing Oct. 27 may extend protection order for a year against Larry Mann.
The girls finished in third place while the boys finished sixth.
The Wolves continue the search for more goals.