CK’s Anduze named Narrows 3A defensive MVP

Central Kitsap’s Brion Anduze was named the Narrows League 3A MVP.
Anduze, an Arizona commit, had 48 tackles, 12.5 sacks and two forced fumbles.

All-Narrows League
Class 4A
MVP—Davis Alexander, jr., Gig Harbor
Offensive MVP—Noah Samsen, jr., Gig Harbor
Defensive MVP—Matt Anthony, sr., Olympia
Co-lineman MVP—Kollin Crown, sr., Yelm; Brandon Schmunk, sr., Gig Harbor.
Coaching staff of year—Gig Harbor.
First-team offense
Quarterback—Gabe Gutierrez, Timberline. Running backs—Marshaud DeWalt, South Kitsap; Adrian Valona, Gig Harbor. Wide receivers—Santana Johnson, Gig Harbor; Chris Barnes, Timberline. Tight end—Ben Bishop, Olympia. Offensive line—Paul Gicewicz, Bellarmine; Truxton Langvad, Bellarmine; Sam Campidilli, Gig Harbor; Brett Thompson, Olympia; Kyle Hawkins, Timberline.
First-team defense
Defensive back—Keyell Davis, Gig Harbor; Hunter Talen, Gig Harbor; Stevie Cleveland, Timberline; Uli Ma’ae Timberline. Linebackers—Erik Glueck, Bellarmine; Noah Failauga, Bellarmine; Clay Markoff, Olympia; Alex Bouterse, Gig Harbor. Defensive line—Blake Torgerson, Bellarmine; Mack Joss, Olympia; Kyle Hawkins, Timberline; Chris Jones, Timberline.
First-team special teams
Kicker—Matt Phiichi, Bellarmine. Punter—Cooper Canton, South Kitsap. Kick returner—Stevie Cleveland, Timberline.
Second-team offense
Quarterback—Cooper Canton, South Kitsap. Running back—Nathan Goltermann-Doyle, Bellarmine; Dylan Rychtarik, Stadium. Wide receiver—Jonathan Dowell, Timberline; Collin Courter, Olympia. Offensive line—Alex Emery, Gig Harbor; James Gunter, Olympia; Litea Lotovaivai, Bellarmine; Liam Hirl, Yelm; Chris Jones, Timberline.
Second-team defense
Defensive back—Tyler Lee, Bellarmine; Ahmad Lewis, Bellarmine; Peter Finley, Yelm; Derek Buehler, Olympia. Linebackers—Kale Wong, Gig Harbor; Noah French, South Kitsap; Ramon Marin Jr., South Kitsap; Tausaga Tusi, Stadium. Defensive line—Will Gatlin, South Kitsap; Amir Matheney, Olympia; Gabe Krizan, Yelm; Andre Scott, Stadium.
Second-team special teams
Kicker—Vernon Parker, Yelm. Punter Jose Mascareno, Stadium. Kick returner—Noah Samsen, Gig Harbor.
Honorable mention—SK, Ross Escolta, Elijah Griffin, Mikey Garcia, Jacob Miller, Jagher Beresheim.
Class 3A
MVP—Jordan Kitna, jr., Lincoln.
Offensive MVP—Conner Kennedy, sr., Capital.
Defensive MVP—Brion Anduze, sr., Central Kitsap.
Lineman MVP—Ben PuaPuaga, sr., Lincoln.
Coaching staff of year—Lincoln.
First-team offense
Quarterback—Julius Yates-Brown, Wilson. Running back—Zavia Frazier, Wilson; Dionte Simon, Lincoln. Wide receiver—Michael Cocke, Foss; Hayson Williams, Lincoln; Keon Thompson, Wilson. Tight end—Devan Brady, Lincoln. Offensive line—Mason Manning, Capital; Anthony Perez, Foss; Frank Williams, Lincoln; Jameson Johnson, Central Kitsap; Jack Springer, Wilson.
First-team defense
Defensive back—Jacob Johnson, Capital; Kendal Yaegle, Central Kitsap; Dehonta Hayes, Lincoln; Chris Reynolds, Foss. Linebackers—Ryan Burgman, North Thurston; Jusstis Warren, Lincoln; BJ Hawthorne, Lincoln. Defensive line—Drew Johnson, Capital; Duncan Mattson, Capital; Grant Williams, North Thurston; Jeremy Lukosh, Lincoln.
First-team special teams
Kicker—Van Soderberg, Capital. Punter—Van Soderberg, Capital. Kick returner—Keon Thompson Wilson.
Second-team offense
Quarterback—Adrian Allen, Mount Tahoma. Running back—Dante Thomas, North Thurston; Jack Henry, Shelton. Wide receiver—Jacob Johnson, Capital; Kelsey Deer, Central Kitsap; Dehonta Hayes, Lincoln. Tight end—Kacey Hanipale, Mount Tahoma. Offensive line—David Aniuu, Capital; Drew Johnson, Capital; Michael Huskey, Shelton; TJ Hazen, Wilson; Sapati Tuiolemotu, Mount Tahoma.
Second-team defense
Defensive back—Sean Morris, Capital; Kelsey Deer, Central Kitsap; Shayne Carpenter, Mount Tahoma; Malachai Hicks, North Thurston. Linebacker—Erik Ledesma, Central Kitsap; Brian Nault, Shelton; Jared Gearhart, Capital; David Shin, Wilson. Defensive line—Evan Lund, Central Kitsap; Devante Cruz, Foss; Dallas Pritchett, Capital; Dario Haynes, North Thurston.
Second-team special teams
Kicker—Alex Greenleaf, Wilson. Punter, Alex Greenleaf, Wilson. Kick returner—Dehonta Hayes, Lincoln.
Honorable mention—Central Kitsap, Sean Barefield.

Saturday postseason updates: NK playing for title

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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.

State Swimming Finals Thread

We are underway for the finals of the state swimming and diving meet at King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.

First up is the 3A classification, which for Kitsap includes Bainbridge and Central Kitsap.

Bainbridge’s 200 medley relay, Mikelle Ackerley (200 free, 100 free), Allison Murphy (200 IM, 100 back), Samantha Cara (100 free), 200 free relay, Ani Duni (100 breast) and the 400 free relay are all into the A finals.

Central Kitsap’s Leah Avery, who won the district title in the 100 backstroke, qualified for the B finals in the 200 IM today. Avery didn’t qualify for the finals in the back.

In the 200 medley relay, Bainbridge finished fourth in 1 minute, 51.47 seconds.

UPDATE: Bainbridge’s Carina Laukaitis finished 14th in the 200 free in 2:02.34 while Natalie Ackerley finished second in the B finals, 10th overall, in the 200 IM in 2:13.15.

UPDATE: In the 200 individual medley, Bainbridge’s Allison Murphy finished eighth in 2:11.85, Natalie Ackerley placed 10th (2:13.15) and Leah Avery of CK was 16th (2:19.49). In the 50 free, Samantha Caro of Bainbridge finished 11th. Through four events Bainbridge sits in fourth place in the team standings with 70 points. Lakeside-Seattle is first (131), followed by Mercer Island (104) and Bellevue (80).

UPDATE: In diving, the Spartans had two top eight finishers and both are sophomores. Cameron Rouser, of Kingston, placed fourth with 355.50 points and Zora Opalka was sixth (338.90). Bainbridge’s highest individual placer so far is Mikelle Ackerley. The senior finished third in the 100 free in 53.62. Former Bainbridge champion, Emily Silver, who won four 100 free titles (and four 50 free titles) still holds the state record in that event in 50.16 set in 2003.

UPDATE: Bainbridge’s Ani Duni finished fourth in the 100 breaststroke, breaking the school record of 1:06.04 by Tess Harpur in the process. Duni clocked a 1:05.94. Allison Murphy placed fourth in the 100 back in 1:00.33. Both Duni and Murphy are juniors.

All three of the Spartans relays placed in the top four with the 200 free finishing second in 1:39.60. The 400 free was fourth.

Overall, Bainbridge finished third in the team standings with 187 points. Lakeside repeated as champs, with a 281, followed by Mercer Island, 242.5.

Up next is the 4A meet which starts at 2:30 p.m.

UPDATE: In the 4A, Monkhouse finished fifth in the 50 free in 24.80. She’s the only Kitsap qualifier in this session.

The 2A meet starts at 6:30 p.m. as Klahowya’s Kelsey Crane will be eyeing a state title in either the 200 IM or butterfly.

UPDATE: At the 2A meet, Kelsey Crane finished second in the 200 IM and fifth in the butterfly. Kira was third in the 100 backstroke and sixth in the 50 free. The Eagles 200 medley relay was 14th while the 400 free relay placed eighth. It’s the first time the 400 relay had qualified and the girls were pretty ecstatic, albeit tired after a long two days.

Klahowya coach Diana Peterson was named the 2A coach of the year, the first time she’s won the award. The Eagles finished 11th overall in the team standings. North Kitsap placed 13th. Port Angeles was eighth; Port Townsend 15th; Sequim 33rd and Bremerton 30th.

North Kitsap’s 200 free relay was disqualified (they had two swimmers in the water during an exchange). NK’s Serita Solis finished eighth in the butterfly and Kingston’s Katherine Anderson was eighth in the 100 breaststroke.

All-Olympic League football team revealed

North Kitsap’s TJ Jensen and North Mason’s Daniel Burggraaf will share the Olympic League 2A MVP honors.
Bremerton’s Calvin Cardwell was named the offensive MVP and North Kitsap’s Bob Evans earned defensive MVP.
Coupeville’s Josh Bayne earned Olympic League 1A MVP.

Olympic League 2A
Co-MVPs—TJ Jensen, sr., North Kitsap; Daniel Burggraaf, sr., North Mason.
Defensive MVP—Bob Evans, jr., North Kitsap.
Offensive MVP—Calvin Cardwell, sr., Bremerton
Coaching staff of the year—Kingston
Sportsmanship—Port Angeles
First team offense
Quarterback—Miguel Moroles, sr., Sequim. Running back—Kyle North, sr., North Kitsap; Keshun McGee, sr., Olympic. Wide receiver—Bailey Early, so., Sequim; Colton Wade, jr., Olympic. Tight end—Matt Shaw, sr., Kingston. Offensive line—Brendan Gill, sr., North Kitsap; Roberto Coronel, sr., Port Angeles; Bryant Rosenquist, sr., North Kitsap; Ryan Aaro, jr., Bremerton; Keith Moore, jr., Olympic; Malachi Felder, sr., North Kitsap.
First team defense
Defensive line—Taylor Saylor, sr., Bremerton; Chris Robison, sr., North Kitsap; Umu Timoteo, sr., Olympic; Kole Milyard, jr., North Kitsap. Linebacker—Kellen Landry, jr., Port Angeles; Cole Rinehart, jr., North Mason; Josh Iles, sr., Kingston; Lee Smithley, jr., Olympic. Secondary—Andrew Hecker, sr., North Kitsap; Ty Haley, sr., Bremerton; Alex Barrett, jr., Kingston; Dylan Lott, so., Sequim; Marcus Harris, sr., Olympic.
First team special teams
Kicker—Andrew Hecker, sr., North Kitsap. Punter—Makaleb McInnis, sr., Olympic. Kick returner—Keshun McGee, sr., Olympic. Long snapper—Tanner Stracener, sr., North Kitsap.
Second team offense
Quarterback—Makaleb McInnis, sr., Olympic. Running back—Nathan Angevine, sr., Port Angeles; Garrett Rouser, sr., Kingston. Wide receiver—Miki Andrus, sr., Port Angeles. Tight end—Caleb West, jr., Port Angeles. Offensive line—Marcelo Sanchez, jr., North Kitsap; Tommy Fernandez, so., Olympic; Nick Colleto, sr., North Kitsap.
Second team defense
Defensive line—Zac Marks, jr., North Mason; Joe Kane, jr., Kingston; Jack Shea, jr., Sequim; Geordyn Shinard, jr., Olympic. Linebacker—Ty Grewell, sr., North Mason; Russell Johnson, jr., Kingston. Secondary—Sean Crowell, jr., North Kitsap; Terry Winslow, sr., North Mason.
Second team special teams
Kicker—none. Punter—Jacob Kennedy, jr., Port Angeles. Kick returner—Gavin Verlade, fr., Sequim. Long snapper—Max English, jr., Kingston.
Honorable mention
Bremerton—Connor Mahoney, sr., QB; Kameron Dunklin, sr., DL. North Kitsap—Leif Klinger, jr., KR. North Mason—Matt Backer, sr., QB; Conner Lundberg, sr., OL. Port Angeles—John Boesnberg, sr., OL. Sequim—Josiah Anastasi, sr., S.
Olympic League 1A
MVP—Josh Bayne, sr., RB, Coupeville
Offensive MVP—David Sua, jr., RB, Port Townsend
Defensive MVP—Gabriel Wallis, so., LB, Klahowya
Coaching staff of the year—Port Townsend
First Team Offense
Quarterback—Jeff Seton, sr., Port Townsend. Running back—Konner Langholff, sr., Klahowya; Wesley Walker, jr., Port Townsend. Wide receiver—Casey Sargent, sr., Klahowya; Tanner Zuber, sr., Klahowya. Tight end—Connor Schnuit, sr., Klahowya. Offensive line—David Hoglund, jr., Port Townsend; Zach Parcher, sr., Port Townsend; Brady Whetsel, sr., Klahowya; Aaron Wright, sr., Coupeville; Luke Flanigan, sr., Port Townsend.
First Team Defense
Defensive line—Oscar Liquidano, sr., Coupeville; Liam Anderson, sr., Port Townsend; Matt Shank, sr., Coupeville. Linebacker—Wiley Hesselgrave, jr., Coupeville; Keegan Khile, jr., Port Townsend; Austin Gruenhagen, sr., Klahowya; Zach Wilson, sr., Port Townsend. Secondary—Dylan Zuber, so., Klahowya; Drew Yackulic, jr., Chimacum; Austin Sargent, sr., Klahowya; Jacob Ralls, jr., Port Townsend
Honorable mention
Chimacum—Trevon Noel, sr., OL. Coupeville—Joel Walstad, sr., WR; Hunter Smith, fr., DB. Klahowya—George Harris, jr., QB; Maric Taylor, sr., OL; Eli Everson, sr., DL. Port Townsend—Cameron Constantine, sr., WR.

Jensen, Burggraaf share football MVP award

North Kitsap senior T.J. Jensen and North Mason senior Daniel Burggraaf were named co-MVPs for Olympic League 2A football earlier this week. Coaches met on Wednesday to vote on the all-league teams. The full list of selections hasn’t been released yet.
Jensen, who leads North Kitsap (10-0) against Hockinson on Saturday in the first round of the Class 2A state tournament, had 86 tackles on defense for the Vikings. Offensively, Jensen rushed for 600 yards and three touchdowns while adding 173 receiving yards and three more scores.
Burggraaf led North Mason (4-6) to a third-place finish in the Olympic League and a district playoff berth. A receiver/defensive back, Burggraaf had 582 receiving yards and five touchdowns, while posting 75 tackles, two interceptions and three fumble recoveries on defense.
Burggraaf also served as punter, kicker, kick returner and punt returner for the Bulldogs.

CK’s Downey named All-Narrows volleyball

Central Kitsap’s Lexie Downey, a senior middle blocker, was named to the All-Narrows League 3A volleyball first team while teammate Katie Thorsen, a junior, was added to the second team.
CK’s Katie Downey, a sophomore setter, and Michayla Strange, senior outside hitter, were named to the honorable mention team.
For the NL 4A, South Kitsap senior Shannon Laupola was named a second team outside hitter and Zoe Conger, a senior, was honorable mention at libero.
Also, Claire Martin of Bremerton, who plays for Bellarmine Prep, was named a first-team middle blocker.

All-Narrows League 4A
MVP—Reghan Pukis, Bellarmine, sr., OH.
Coach of the year—Sue Westering, Gig Habor; Jody DeGroot, Bellarmine
First team—Katelyn Poitras, GH, sr., OH; Natalie Jensen, Bellarmine, sr., S; Claire Martin, Bellarmine, sr., MB; Emily Tate, Timberline, sr., OH; Lauren Sutton, GH, sr., OH; Hannah Adams, Oly, sr., OH; Emily Sutton, GH, sr., S.
Second team—Megan Jacobson, Bellarmine, jr., MB; Molly Emmons, Timberline, sr., MB; Jona Spiller, Oly, sr., L; Peyton Wilson, GH, sr., OH; Mckenzie Schwan, Bellarmine, so., OH; Shannon Laupola, SK, sr., OH.
Honorable mention—Julia Fleener, Oly, jr., S; Brianna Honc, Timberline, sr., L; Chloe Coughlan, Stadium, sr., MB; Zoe Conger, SK, sr., L; Emoni Davis, Yelm, sr., L; Olivia Glagavs, Stadium, jr., L.
All-Narrows League 3A
Coach of the year—Natalie Rhodes
MVP—Rachel Erickson, Capital
First team—Olivia Fairchild, North Thurston; Lexie Downey, Central Kitsap; Sam York, Capital; Leea Jones, Lincoln; Katie Sisson, North Thurston; Marisa Ottesen, Capital.
Second team—Liz Colon, North Thurston; Chloe Jones, Lincoln; Paige Schieferston, Capital; Kailey Losey, North Thurston; Hali Ehresnann, Capital; Katie Thorsen, Central Kitsap; Kiara Buge, Shelton; Alex Porter, North Thurston; Kennedy O’Connor, Shelton; Alana Bates-Carector, Mount Tahoma.
Honorable mention—Angela Stanback, Foss; Marisa Bonner, Wilson; Angie Lazaro, Wilson; Joy Failuaga, Lincoln; Katie Downey, Central Kitsap; Michayla Strange, Central Kitsap.

Olympic League 2A/1A girls soccer all-league teams

Klahowya’s Izzy Severns and McKenzie Cook shared Olympic League 1A girls soccer MVP honors this week as coaches voted on all-league teams.
Severns and Cook have combined for 57 goals for the Eagles, who play La Salle on Saturday in the state quarterfinals.
Coach of the year honors went to Port Townsend’s Colin Foden.
In the Olympic League 2A, North Kitsap’s Gemma Ferland took home the MVP award. Ferland, a midfielder, helped led the Vikings to the state tournament for the fourth time in five seasons.
Port Angeles’ Scott Moseley and North Mason’s Mitchell James shared coach of the year honors.

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NK, Klahowya dominate All-Oly volleyball team

North Kitsap’s Sarah Holt repeated as Olympic League MVP.
Klahowya swept the 1A awards.

All-Olympic League
Class 2A Division
MVP—Sarah Holt, sr., North Kitsap.
MVP defense—Emma LeBlanc, sr., Sequim.
Coach of the year—Clay Blackwood, Bremerton
First team—Briar Perez, sr., MB, North Kitsap; Sierra Adams, jr., OJ, Olympic; Alyse Armstrong, sr., S/OP, Sequim; Mareena Clotfelter, sr., S, North Kitsap; Bri Duchemin, so., OH, North Kitsap; Emily Wallner, sr., S/OP, Sequim.
Second team—Danielle Monzon, so., OH, Olympic; Rima Miochy, jr., OH, Bremerton; Mikaela Shumacker, sr., MB, North Mason; Imani Frogge, so., MB, Olympic; Audree Gormanson, jr., S, Kingston; Rylie Roberts, jr., OH/DS, Sequim.
Honorable mention—North Mason, Quincy Satran, Sydney Garrett. North Kitsap, Molly Lemmon. Bremerton, Asja Jackson, Tucker Alexander. Port Angeles, Emily Jackson, Elizabeth DeFrang. Kingston, Nichole Day. Olympic, Jamie Ninemire.
Class 1A
MVP—Lynzey Schoening, sr., Klahowya.
MVP defense—Cheyenne Stefan, sr. Klahowya.
Coach of the year—Dragan Karadzic, Klahowya.
First team—Alyssa Hamilton, sr., Lib, Chimacum; Claire Gindstaff, jr., OH, Klahowya; Abby McGuire, sr., S, Port Townsend; Megan Lee, sr., Lib, Port Townsend; Valen Trujillo, so., Lib, Coupeville; Hailey Hammer, sr., MB, Coupeville.
Honorable mention—Klahoywa, Alyssa Barnes. Kiersten Snyder, Chimacum. Port Townsend, Rio Golden.

All-Narrows League 4A/3A girls soccer teams

South Kitsap senior midfielder Hailey Parker earned Narrows League 4A girls soccer most valuable player honors this week.
Parker was one of six South Kitsap players named to the first team, while Julie Cain was named coach of the year.
Central Kitsap’s Vicky Webb earned coach of the year honors for Narrows League 3A. Seven Cougars received first-team honors.
All-Narrows League
Class 4A
MVP—Hailey Parker, sr., MF, South Kitsap
Coach of the Year—Julie Cain, South Kitsap
First Team
Goalkeeper—Elisa Randel, sr., South Kitsap; Sophie Kabel, jr., Olympia.
Forward—Rachael Prince, sr., South Kitsap; Emily Walsh, fr., Bellarmine; Leahi Manthei, so., Gig Harbor, Jenna Killman, so., Olympia.
Midfielder—Kaylee Kebba, sr., Bellarmine; Rachel Ross, sr., Gig Harbor; Hayley Romo, sr., South Kitsap; Ari de la Cruz, jr., South Kitsap; Mary Lindgren, sr., Olympia; Mia Ostergren, jr., Gig Harbor; Leah Magee, jr., Timberline; Casey Whitt, sr., Timberline.
Defender—Emma Lynch, jr., Stadium; Adri Jackson, sr., South Kitsap; Emily Nelson, jr., Bellarmine; Julia Hallis, sr., Bellarmine; Megan Spataro, sr., Olympia; Emery Wallerich, sr., Gig Harbor.

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