High school girls soccer scoring leaders

Girls Soccer Stats
Name, school            Goals    Assists    Points
Desere’e Doty, CA        34        18        86
McKenzie Cook, Kla        26        9        61
Emma Laurion, CA        21        14        56
Izzy Severns, Kla            21        13        55
Kamie Coryell, Bain        21        12        54
Celia Story, Bain            14        11        39
Lauren Hudson, CK        14        10        38

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Volleyball: OL 2A tourney begins Thursday

So I need to back-track a bit and apologize for an earlier post on the volleyball playoffs. I hadn’t realized there even was an Olympic League 2A tournament and jumped the gun a bit in saying that North Kitsap had earned the No. 1 seed to the West Central District. There is also going to be a Narrows League tournament for 4A and 3A.

My bad on that one.

Here’s what I do know. The OL 2A tourney begins Thursday with North Mason and Bremerton playing in a loser-out fifth-seed match fifth-place match at 6:30 p.m. at Bremerton. The winner of the Bremerton/North Mason match plays Saturday at 11 a.m. vs. North Kitsap at Sequim HS. Olympic takes on Sequim at 11 a.m. at the Sequim Community School. The winners of those two 11 a.m. matches will play at 1 p.m. at Sequim HS for the 1/2 seeds to district. The losers play at 1 p.m. at the community school for third/fourth.

The NL tournament is at Mount Tahoma on Saturday.

Central Kitsap, which has already clinched a spot into the WCD 3A tourney, will face Wilson at 9 a.m. If the Cougars win that game they will play the winner of the Shelton/Lincoln match at 10:45 a.m. in the third/fourth seeding game. If they lose their first match, they will play the loser of the Shelton/Lincoln match in a fifth/sixth seeding game.

As for South Kitsap in 4A, the Wolves play Olympia at 2:45 p.m. If they win they will play in the third/fourth seeding game against the winner of the Shelton/Timberline match at 4:30 p.m. If SK loses, it will play in a loser-out match for the fifth seed against the loser of the Shelton/Timberline game at 4:30 p.m.

Bainbridge is into the second round of the Metro League 3A tournament thanks to a 3-0 win over Chief Sealth on Tuesday. The Spartans face Lakeside at Lakeside at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Week 9 of the Fearless Football Forecast

This week’s guest picker is Kitsap Sun editor David Nelson. Last week’s guest picker, Dan Novick, went 10-2.

This week: Nathan Joyce Jeff Graham Annette Griffus Terry Mosher John Becerra Jr. Chuck Stark George Edgar David Nelson
Wilson at Central Kitsap Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson C.Kitsap C.Kitsap
Bremerton at Sequim Sequim Sequim Sequim Sequim Bremerton Bremerton Bremerton Bremerton
Port Angeles at Kingston Kingston P.Angeles Kingston Kingston P.Angeles Kingston Kingston P.Angeles
Chief Sealth at Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge Bainbridge
Olympic at North Kitsap N. Kitsap Olympic Olympic N.Kitsap N.Kitsap Olympic N.Kitsap Olympic
South Kitsap at Timberline Timberline Timberline Timberline Timberline S.Kitsap S.Kitsap Timberline Timberline
North Mason at Klahowya Klahowya N.Mason N.Mason N.Mason N.Mason N.Mason Klahowya N.Mason
Charles Wright at Port Townsend P.Townsend P.Townsend P.Townsend C.Wright P.Townsend P.Townsend P.Townsend P.Townsend
Chimacum at Vashon Vashon Chimacum Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon Vashon
Washington at Colorado Washington Washington Colorado Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington
USC at Washington St. USC USC USC USC USC USC WSU WSU
Raiders at Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks Seahawks
Last week: 12–0 12–0 12–0 9–3 11–1 10–2 11–1 10–2
Season: 68-24 (.739) 68-24 (.739) 67-25 (.728) 65-27 (.707) 63-29 (.685) 62-30 (.674) 61-31 (.663) 59-33 (.641)

NK holds steady in latest state football poll

Class 4A
1. Bothell (13) 8-0 156
2. Camas (3) 8-0 147
3. Chiawana 7-1 128
4. Union 7-1 112
5. Lake Stevens 7-1 80
6. Gonzaga Prep 7-1 75
7. Graham-Kapowsin 7-1 56
8. Gig Harbor 7-1 43
9. Kentwood 7-1 33
10. Federal Way 6-2 32
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11. Wenatchee 12.

Class 3A
1. Bellevue (15) 8-0 159
2. Eastside Catholic 7-1 141
3. O’Dea 7-1 127
4. Marysville-Pilchuck (1) 6-1 110
5. Lincoln 8-0 91
6. Peninsula 7-1 79
7. Meadowdale 7-1 65
8. Shadle Park 6-2 43
9. Kennedy 7-0 27
10. Auburn Mountainview 7-1 21
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11. Mt. Spokane 8.

Class 2A
1. Tumwater (16) 8-0 169
2. Ellensburg (1) 8-0 149
3. Lynden 7-1 126
4. Hockinson 8-0 125
5. Prosser 7-1 101
6. Sedro-Woolley 7-1 79
7. North Kitsap 8-0 76
8. Woodland 7-1 38
9. Liberty (Renton) 6-2 33
10. Clarkston 7-1 20
Others receiving 6 or more points: None

Class 1A
1. Cascade Christian (11) 7-0 146
2. Colville (4) 8-0 128
3. Freeman 7-1 117
4. Zillah 8-0 105
5. Royal 7-1 86
6. Eatonville 8-0 69
7. Cashmere 5-2 43
8. Mount Baker 6-2 39
9. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 7-1 26
10. Cascade (Leavenworth) 6-2 19
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11. Meridian 18. 12. King’s 14. 13. Port Townsend 8.

Class 2B
1. Lind-Ritzville Sprague (11) 8-0 145
2. Napavine (4) 8-0 139
3. North Beach 8-0 111
4. Reardan 7-1 97
5. Toledo 7-1 77
6. Brewster 9-0 76
7. Okanogan 8-1 73
8. Raymond 7-1 50
9. Davenport 7-1 36
10. Colfax 6-2 8
Others receiving 6 or more points: None.

Class 1B
1. Neah Bay (12) 8-0 129
2. Liberty Christian (1) 8-0 115
3. Touchet 7-0 96
4. Cusick 8-0 88
5. Republic 7-1 66
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11. Lummi 18. 12. Odessa-Harrington 8.

Playoff seeds still up for grabs in volleyball

While teams have guaranteed spots into the upcoming district volleyball tournaments, there are a few teams that still have seedings to play for — and that begins with Tuesday’s matches. The West Central District tournaments begin Nov. 7 and are double elimination.

In the Olympic League 2A, Sequim and Olympic are playing for the league’s No. 2 seed. Sequim (9-2) has the edge over Olympic (8-2) heading into their match at Olympic, but a win by the Trojans would force a tiebreaker. Right now, I believe that’s a head-to-head matchup (they split) and then games won/lost. If Sequim takes the second seed, the Wolves will play the SPSL No. 4 at Franklin Pierce at 3:30 p.m. If Oly is the third seed, it will play at 5:15 p.m. at Franklin Pierce vs. the Seamount No. 2.

Bremerton has the fourth seed and will take on the SPSL No. 2 at Washington HS, at 3:30 p.m. North Mason is the fifth seed and faces the SPSL No. 1 at Franklin Pierce at 5:15 p.m.

North Kitsap has wrapped up the No. 1 seed and will face the South Puget Sound League No. 5 seed, at 5:15 p.m. at Washington HS.

In 1A, Klahowya earned a first-round bye and will host the winner of the Olympic No. 3/Nisqually No. 2 match, Nov. 8 at 10 a.m. Chimacum, Port Townsend and Coupeville are still alive for the two other seeds. Chimacum and PT played Monday, but no score was reported to the league.

I know Central Kitsap has locked up a spot into the 3A WCD tourney, and they’ll face the Greater St. Helens League No. 2 at Auburn Mountainview at 3:30 p.m. South Kitsap is likely the fifth seed in the 4A, and it looks like they’ll take on the SPSL No. 1 at Kentwood at 2:30 p.m.

Bainbridge is playing in the first round of the Metro League tournament on Tuesday. They are playing the Sound/Valley No. 5 seed at Lakeside HS at 7 p.m.

And last, but not least, Crosspoint will host the winner of the Muckleshoot Tribal/Mount Rainier Lutheran match on Wednesday in the Sea-Tac League 1B tourney. That match is at 6 p.m.

NK, Klahowya volleyball still ranked in state polls

The North Kitsap and Klahowya volleyball teams remained among the top 10 teams in their respective classifications, according to the Washington State Coaches Association statewide polls. The polls are voted on by coaches and were released Monday.

North Kitsap is ranked fifth in the 2A while Klahowya is ninth in the 1A. Both teams have already clinched berths to the West Central District tournaments.

Here are the rankings for 2A and 1A.

Class 2A—1, Selah. 2, Tumwater. 3, Seshome. 4, Burlington-Edison. 5, North Kitsap. 6, Ridgefield. 7, East Valley Spokane. 8, East Valley Yakima. 9, Archbishop Murphy. 10, Fife.

Class 1A—1, Lakeside. 2, Lynden Christian. 3, Cedar Park Christian. 4, Cascade. 5, Connell. 6, Freeman. 7, Kalama. 8, Chelan. 9, Klahowya. 10, Kings.

 

BKAT to show volleyball doubleheader Sunday

A volleyball doubleheader will be shown on Sunday in Kitsap on Wave Broadband Ch. 3 or Comcast Ch. 12.
BKAT will re-broadcast two Olympic League games, Kingston at Bremerton from Oct. 16, and Port Townsend at Klahowya from Oct. 23. The Kingston/Bremerton match will be at noon, followed by PT/Klahowya at about 1:15 p.m.
The games will be live streamed at the same time at bkat.org.

 

Several Friday games moving to Thursday

This week’s football schedule is changing to accommodate a possible Olympic League 2A tiebreaker. North Mason, Port Angeles and Sequim could end up in a three-way tie for the last two playoff spots (North Kitsap and Olympic have the first two wrapped up).
That tiebreaker would be Nov. 4 at Silverdale Stadium. As that tiebreaker is next Tuesday, the three teams are moving their games to Thursday to get an extra day of rest.
Bremerton at Sequim is now on Thursday as is Port Angeles at Kingston.
North Mason is playing a non-league at Klahowya. The schools are trying to move the game up a day, but it’s complicated as Central Kitsap is hosting Wilson Thursday.
UPDATE: North Mason is still playing Klahowya on Friday. CK’s game against Wilson also remained unchanged.