Here’s what we know for signing day on Wednesday. Let us know if
you know of others.
Bainbridge: Celia Story, soccer (Brown); Katherine Pecora,
soccer (St. Martin’s)
Central Kitsap: Brion Anduze, football (Arizona); Eric Ledesma,
football (Central Washington)
Crosspoint: Desere’e Doty, soccer (Grand Canyon)
North Mason: Daniel Burggraaf, baseball (Army)
North Kitsap: Andrew Hecker, football (Washington State, invited
Klahowya: McKenzie Cook, soccer (Grand Canyon); Izzy Severns
South Kitsap: Hailey Parker, soccer (Westmont College); Drew
Camacho, softball (Shoreline CC); Shelby Reyes, softball (Shoreline
Here’s what’s up for possible rule changes this
To me, the two most interesting ones: A rule to make the
classification changes every four years. This has been a
near-annual rule change that keeps getting shot down by small
schools whose enrollments can be impacted by a large family moving
into town. This rule change allows for an appeal process after two
years. Hope this is enough to get the rule passes. Doing the
district/league shuffle every two years is tiresome.
The other amendment that interests me is a change to the
transfer rule. This looks like it seeks to make it harder for
players to switch schools.
National Letter of Intent signing day is just around the corner.
On Wednesday, Feb. 4, high school athletes — mostly football
players — from around the country will put pen to paper and make
their college destinations known.
In Kitsap, there are usually a few football players mixed in
with a handful of girls soccer players who’ll hold signing day
Crosspoint’s Desere’e Doty, who is heading to Grand Canyon
University for women’s soccer, will have a gathering Wednesday at
the school. Central Kitsap football player Brion Anduze, who is
heading to the University of Arizona, is also planning something
for next week.
If you are an athlete or parent of an athlete who is planning a
signing day ceremony next week, send us a message at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 360-792-9200.
South Kitsap’s first-year equestrian team is competing this
weekend at the Tacoma Unit Arena in Spanaway. It’s the team’s first
event of the season (competition starts at 7 a.m. Saturday). South
Kitsap’s coach is Geri Hildebrand.
South Kitsap High School is now a member of the Washington High
School Equestrian Teams (WAHSET) District 4.
South Kitsap has girls competing in a range of events including
Showmanship, Trail, Western and English pattern.
Carley Stratton (and her horse Texas) – SKHS Sophomore
Jillian Hulse-Lew (and her horse Knickie) – SKHS Sophomore
Alea Chatman (and her horse Kit) – SKHS Sophomore
Elizabeth Hildebrand (and her horses Marion and Pearl) – Cedar
Haley Barth (and her horse My Midnight Stroll) – Cedar
The full meet schedule and venue directions can be found
We’ll have all your Saturday playoff updates here.
Top-ranked Tumwater beat North Kitsap 3-0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-11) in
the Class 2A state championship match. It was the first time in
county history a volleyball team played for the state title.
It was No. 4 North Kitsap’s first loss this season (23-1).
Hockinson 7, North Kitsap 2 (final)
Klahowya went on the road and beat La Salle 4-2 to reach the 1A
state semifinals next weekend.
In a 4A quarterfinal, Jackson eliminated South Kitsap 2-0.
Annette will have all the updates from the state swim meet here.
State brackets for all sports can be found here.
Ellensburg 48, Olympic 13 (final)
Burlington-Edison 13, Kingston 3 (final)
North Kitsap advanced to the Class 2A state semifinals. They beat
Lakewood 3-2 and Woodland 3-1. They’ll play Fife/Sehome on Saturday
at 1 p.m.
Here’s the bracket.
The state swim meets are underway in Federal Way.
You can find results here.
Cascade Christian 47, Klahowya 7 (final)
North Kitsap 27, Renton 6 (final)
Roosevelt 26, Central Kitsap 24 (final)
North Kitsap won the 2A district title game, beating Liberty
Issaquah in the championship, 3-0.
Klahowya lost its chance at its first state berth, losing to
Bellevue Christian and Seattle Christian at home in the 1A district
Olympic beat Bremerton 3-1 in the 2A districts. The Trojans lost to
White River 3-1 in a winner-to-state, loser-out game.
Crosspoint is down to its final chance to advance out of Class 1B
Tri-District. They play Providence Classical Christian.
Klahowya clinched a trip to state by beating Bellevue Christian 3-0
in district play. Izzy Severns had a hat trick.
North Kitsap lost to Liberty in a shootout (1-1 after overtime) for
the district’s top seed.
Olympic beat Fife 2-1 in a shootout to take the district’s fifth
South Kitsap beat Gig Harbor 1-0 in a 4A seeding game.
Central Kitsap beat Enumclaw in a shootout (0-0 after overtime) in
a 3A seeing game.
Crosspoint beat Friday Harbor 5-0 in seeding to state.
The state meet is going on in Pasco. You can see the results
The Central Kitsap boys were fifth, one spot off the podium. The CK
girls were 13th.
Port Townsend’s Ryan Clarke, the two-time Olympic League champ, won
the 1A title.
Here is the final list of girls soccer scoring leaders for West
Sound. The statistics reflect regular season totals.
Desere’e Doty, CA 38
McKenzie Cook, Kla
Emma Laurion, CA
Izzy Severns, Kla
Kamie Coryell, Bain
Celia Story, Bain
Lauren Hudson, CK
Briann George, NK
Tegan Daviscourt, NM
Here’s what we know so far:
Olympic League tiebreaker: Sequim, Port Angeles and Kingston at
Silverdale Stadium, 5:30 p.m.
Foster at Olympic, 7:15 p.m
North Mason vs. River Ridge at South Sound Stadium, 7 p.m.
Charles Wright at Port Townsend, 7 p.m.
Central Kitsap at Roosevelt at Seattle Memorial, 4 p.m.
Sammamish/Renton winner at North Kitsap, 7 p.m.
Klahowya vs. Cascade Christian at Sunset Chev Stadium, 7 p.m.
South Kitsap at Shelton, 7 p.m.
Bremerton at Bainbridge, Friday, 5 p.m.
North Kitsap 13, Olympic 10 (final) NK wins Olympic League
Timberline 48, South Kitsap 7 (final) SK eliminated from playoff
Klahowya 38, North Mason 28 (final) Both teams have playoff games
Here are last night’s scores:
Wilson 27, Central Kitsap 26
Kingston 23, Port Angeles 7
Bremerton 14, Sequim 13
Bainbridge 47, Chief Sealth 20