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South Softball Wins in Extra Innings

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

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.

Charlene "Charlie" Brown


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).

South Kitsap's Ericka Hobson, right, gets a hug from pitcher Emilly Cunningham after the Wolves beat Wilson, 7-5, in a Narrows League Bridge Division softball game Tuesday in Port Orchard. Charlene Brown had the game-winning hit for SK.


South Kitsap's Bridjet Box fouls off a pitch from Wilson's Janessa Flynn as the Wolves won 7-6 in nine innings Tuesday.


Wednesday’s Highlight Reel

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

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 Sequim 13-9.

—Klahowya’s Nick Torento‘s two-run double beat Oly 2-1.


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.

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