SK prep roundup 4-19
June 12, 2008 · Updated 3:49 PM
Stephanie Davison shot a nine-hole score of 40 on Thursday afternoon at Trophy Lake to lead the South Kitsap girls golf team to an 82-69 win over Olympic.
Davison scored 32 points for the Wolves using the Stableford scoring system and helped lift SKs season record to 2-1 on the year.
Kendall Simmons and Arielle Evans scored 15 points each for South while Melanie McCarthy and Reagan Sabelhaus rounded out the scoring with a combined 20 points.
South Kitsap faced North Kitsap Tuesday at Meadowmeer Country Club on Bainbridge Island and will go up against Shelton April 25 at McCormick Woods in Port Orchard.
South Kitsap 82, Olympic 69
Played April 12 at Trophy Lake GCC
par 36 (Stableford scoring)
Medalist: Stephanie Davison (SK) 40 strokes
South Kitsap - Stephanie DavisonÂ 32 pts (40 strokes), Kendall SimmonsÂ 15 (59), Arielle EvansÂ 15Â (61), Melanie McCarthyÂ 11, Reagan SabelhausÂ 9
Olympic - Ruthie ParsonsÂ 21, Amanda SnyderÂ 18, Jordan Thompson 13, Justine BraungerÂ 11, Josie BulyarÂ 6.
South boys stay undefeated on the links: Joel Schenfeld carded a nine-hole score of even par 36 last week to lead the South Kitsap boys golf team to a 74-27 win over Olympic Thursday at McCormick Woods.
South moved to 5-0 on the year with the win and faced off against North Kitsap Monday at Port Ludlow and was at Trophy Lake Tuesday against Bellarmine Prep.
In last weeks match with Olympic, Kenneth Eisenhut shot 38, Jonathan Murphy carded a 40, Marcus Lacey fired a 41 and Luke DeVault shot 43.
SK baseball, fastpitch get rained out: The South Kitsap baseball and fastpitch teams had their Friday games postponed due to weather. The Wolves baseball game at Wilson had been already been rescheduled from an earlier date while the fastpitchs game with Gig Harbor was a scheduled one.
The South baseball team, 5-5 overall and 5-3 in Narrows League Bridge Division play, started a two-game series with Gig Harbor at home Tuesday and travels to meet the Tides today. The game at Wilson has been moved to Friday is weather permits.
The fastpitch team, 3-3 overall and 3-1 in Bridge Division action, was at Port Angeles Monday and plays host to North Kitsap today.
No makeup dates have been set for the Gig Harbor game.