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SK hoops boosters
plan golf tourney
The South Kitsap High School Boys Basketball Boosters hold their eighth-annual golf tournament at 2 p.m. on April 20 at Trophy Lake Golf Course.
The event is a four-person, 18-hole scramble.
There will be a barbecue dinner following the tournament and awards presentation.
Entry is $75 per player on the day of the tournament.
Registration is 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. that day. The field size is limited to the 120 players.
Registration forms are available at Bucks A&W on Mile Hill Drive, Trophy Lake and South Kitsap High.
Call 731-5294 for additional information.
Wolves put a
hurting on Foss
Cortney Echternach had home runs in each of the first two innings and Sam Jacobs allowed just one run as the South Kitsap High School fastpitch team earned a 13-1, five-inning Narrows League win Friday against Foss.
Heather True also went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI for the Wolves (5-2 overall, 4-2 league).
At South Kitsap 13,
Foss 1 (5)
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South Kitsap 5 4 2 2 x 1 3 9 0
Alexis White-Waters and Sarah Fonoimoana. Sam Jacobs, Felicia Buss (3), Kirstie Cosgrove (4) and Trish Tremper. WJacobs (3-0). LWhite-Waters.
Leading hittersSK: Cortney Echternach 2-3 2 HR 2 RBI 3 runs, Heather True 2-3 2 RBI.
Mile Hill 5
Kevin Hancock, Cooper Canton, Hunter Riley and Jordan Firman all had hits for Evergreen, while Jonathan Low, Riley and Canton combined on a four-hitter on the mound.
Mile Hill Chiropractic 8,
Wileys Auto Body 4
A.J. Nolan had a double and two singles and Austin Bayne had two hits for Wileys.
Jag Construction 8,
Soren Fisher led Jag with a two-run home run.
Jag Construction 14,
Cooper Fuel 10
Cory Warren hit a game-winning grand slam to lead Jag to victory.