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Championship Saturday: Who will bring home the big trophy?

May 26th, 2012 by cstark

Kitsap’s high school athletes have a chance to make a statement at the state level on Saturday.

The following are all playing for championships today:

4A SOCCER

Central Kitsap vs. Skyline (Issaquah) at 4 p.m. at Sparks Stadium, Puyallup

3A SOCCER

Bainbridge vs. Mercer Island in an all-Islander final at 2 p.m. at Sparks Stadium, Puyallup

2A TENNIS

Tracy Landram, Klahowya: Won her semifinal match today at the UW and is playing for her third straight 2A singles title as this is being typed. Anna Lefevbre of Burlington-Edison is Landram’s opponent.

3A TENNIS

Bainbridge’s doubles team of Matt Alderson and Jacob Christensen advanced to the finals with a win in the semis earlier today in the Tri-Cities. They will play Mitchell Thorp and Jamie Thorp of Kennedy for the title.

STATE TRACK

North Kitsap hurdler Reagan Colyer and North Mason hurdler CJ Allen will be going for their second titles today at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma. They run the 300 hurdles today … In Cheney, Crosspoint’s Grace Garguile will be favored to defender her 400 title at the 2B meet and she’s also a threat to win the 200. … And don’t be surprised is some other make it to the top of the podium. Olympic sophomore Zach Smith was the top qualifier in the 2A boys 100 on Friday.

Go to WIAA.com to follow the CK and Bainbridge boys soccer teams on a live blog.

State track and tennis results are also available at WIAA.com.

And, of course, you will be able to read all about  our local athletes later this evening online at kitsapsun.com or you can wait until tomorrow morning and read the paper.

Also, don’t forget to check out our photo galleries online.

Enjoy the weekend. It’s shaping up to be a memorable one for a lot of Kitsap athletes.

 

 

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One Response to “Championship Saturday: Who will bring home the big trophy?”

  1. good ol' george Says:

    Watching the track championships online….Reagan Colyer of NK won the 300 hurdles; Craig Allen of North Mason finished 2nd in the 300 hurdles by .02 seconds.

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