JV call-up Charlene “Charlie” Brown had the game-winning hit
against Wilson on Tuesday in Port Orchard. Until her at-bat in the
ninth, she had been cheering on the varsity team from the stands.
The Wolves won 7-6.
The Wolves battled back twice to take a 5-3 lead before Wilson
tied the game at 5 and forced the extra innings. The Wolves
improved to 8-1 in Narrows League Bridge Division play and are tied
atop the standings with Wilson (8-1).
OK, we know we don’t have the capability to actually show you a
highlight reel of the area’s best plays from high school games in
Kitsap. So, we’ll do the next best thing. Here’s a small
(thank you rain!) compilation of action from Tuesday.
—Bainbridge’s JJ Willford went 3-for-3 with
four RBI in an 11-4 loss to West Seattle.
—Zane Minder hit a 3-run home run as NK beat
—Klahowya’s Nick Torento‘s two-run double beat
—Chad Trask‘s goal in OT gave Kingston the win
over Sequim, which lost for the first time.
—Two goals each by Nick Riders and
Jonathan Ryder gave Bremerton a come-from-behind
win over Oly, 6-2.
—Freshman Erin Kenney drove in three runs as
Bainbridge pounded West Seattle 11-2.
—Demiree Briones threw a no-hitter for Sequim
in an 18-0 win over NK.