Name, school Goals
Desere’e Doty, CA 25
McKenzie Cook, Kla 22
Izzy Severns, Kla 18
Kamie Coryell, Bain 19
Lauren Hudson, CK 14
Emma Laurion, CA 13
Celia Story, Bain 12
Tegan Daviscourt, NM 14
Anna Gentile, Oly 12
Alexia Allen, CK 10
Mary-Cate Moriarty, NK 9
Briann George, NK 9
Riley Gregoire, Bain 6
Kalie Nation, CA 5
Izzy Tyner, Oly 8 3
Katie Keller, King 8
Raven Wolfe, NM 8 2
Melissa Johnson, CK 7
Kaytie Garguile, CK 4
Ashlyn Brandt, Kla 5
Maddie Boe, PA 6 3
Alyssa Carter, CK 6
Madison Skansi, NK 6
Dani Antoldi, Kla 5
Emily Hickey, CK 6
Tess Baldwin, CA 5
Kendal Sprague, CK 5
Bailey Dabney, NK 5
MacKenzie Chapman, Bain 5
Hayley Romo, SK 4 5
Taylor Mohs, CK 4 5
Taylar Clark, PA 5
Adri Jackson, SK 5
Katie White, CK 3 5
Sophia Bidinger, Bain 3
Emily Peters, Kla 3
Ally Galeski, Oly 2
Ari de la Cruz, SK 4
Hailey Parker, SK 4
Bainbridge and North Kitsap both appeared in this week’s Seattle
Times high school girls soccer
North Kitsap (7-1-1) is ranked No. 7 in the Class 2A poll, while
Bainbridge (8-1-2) is No. 8 in the 3A rankings.
South Kitsap (6-2) missed a chance at joining the 4A rankings,
losing to No. 5 Olympia 1-0 last week.
Central Kitsap (9-1) is on the bubble in the 3A rankings, while
Port Angeles (5-4) and Olympic (7-2-1) are on the bubble in the 2A
Crosspoint Academy senior Desere’e Doty was named the
WIAA Athlete of the Week for her achievements in soccer and
Doty helped lead the Warriors soccer team to two
wins, scoring hat tricks in both games and adding six assists. For
the volleyball team, Doty had six kills, five aces and four
Doty will receive a congratulatory letter from Mike
Colbrese, the executive director of the WIAA, an Athlete of the
Week t-shirt and a certificate. Winners are also posted on the
After dropping a 4-0 non-league game to North Kitsap in its season
opener, South Kitsap has been nearly flawless. The Wolves (5-1
overall) have outscored league opponents 16-1 in five wins heading
into Tuesday night’s home game against winless Yelm.
SK has a big test coming up Thursday at home against Olympia
(7-1-0, 4-1-0). The Wolves beat the Tigers (who are ranked No. 5 in
the state by the Seattle Times) 2-0 earlier this season.
Central Kitsap hasn’t qualified for the playoffs in several
seasons, but that doesn’t look like it will be a problem this
season for the Cougars (7-1, 6-0). CK is liking the move from 4A to
3A, outscoring league foes 34-7. Tuesday’s road game at Shelton
(4-3-1, 4-2-0) should provide a challenge.
It’s taken a couple days to do the tabulating, but here are
updated statistics for West Sound’s top scorers for girls soccer.
Right now, Klahowya teammates McKenzie Cook and Izzy Severns are
tied for the lead in total points with 31. Central Kitsap freshman
phenom Lauren Hudson is third with 24 points, while Bainbridge
standout Celia Story, a Brown University commit, is tied with
teammate Kamie Coryell for fourth with 23 points.
McKenzie Cook, Kla
Izzy Severns, Kla
Lauren Hudson, CK
Celia Story, Bain
Kamie Coryell, Bain
Katie Keller, King
Klahowya senior soccer player Izzy Severns has committed to play
next season at Central Washington University.
Severns, who had a hat trick for Klahowya in Tuesday’s 3-2 win
over North Kitsap, has 12 goals and seven assists for the Eagles
Three former Klahowya players — Jessica Haga, the 2012 Kitsap
Sun girls soccer player of the year, Brittany Robinson and Kaitlyn
Sargent — are playing at Central Washington.
Crosspoint senior soccer player Desere’e Doty has committed to
play next season at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix.
Doty, who scored 101 goals through her first three high school
seasons, helped Crosspoint win a state title as a junior.
Doty is the second 2015 recruit to commit to Grand Canyon, a
Division I school that plays in the Western Athletic Conference.
Klahowya’s McKenzie Cook committed to play for the Antelopes over
Doty talked with Cook before making her decision earlier this
Matt Massey over at the Seattle Times works hard each week to
publish high school girls soccer
rankings for Class 4A, 3A and 2A teams.
This week, Massey had Bainbridge ranked No. 3 in the Class 3A
rankings and North Kitsap ranked No. 7 in the 2A rankings.
Bainbridge lost 2-0 to Roosevelt on Tuesday, so perhaps Massey
cursed the Spartans, who fell to 3-1.
Steve Haggerty spent 34 seasons coaching boys soccer at Olympic
High School. He’s the only coach the Trojans have ever known.
There will be a new coach this spring. Haggerty said Tuesday he
is stepping down for personal reasons.
“It has been a pleasure to be head coach of the Oly boy’s
program since the program’s inception in 1981,” Haggerty said in an
email, “but it’s time to step aside.”
Haggerty plans to continue coaching Olympic’s girls team a few
more seasons. He is entering his 34th season coaching girls this
ALSO: Former Olympic High School football coach
Carlton (C.J.) Cooper died over the weekend, according to the
Tacoma News Tribune. Cooper, who taught and coached in the Fife
School District for nearly 30 years, coached the Trojans from
2002-04. He went 10-19.
Bainbridge’s girls soccer team opened with a 2-1 victory
Saturday at Liberty.
Sophia Bidinger scored the game-winner in the 79th minute off an
assist from Riley Gregoire. Bainbridge’s Celia Story opened the
scoring in the 58th minute. Liberty evened it in 77th minute on a
goal by Makena Carr.