June 12, 2008 · Updated 3:13 PM
Bremerton's Jennifer Jacobs tossed in a game-high 28 points as the South Kitsap girls basketball team stumbled to its second straight Narrows League Bridge Division loss on Friday night, losing 76-43.
The Knights (8-2, 3-1) jumped out to a commanding 28-11 first-quarter lead, leading to its best start in years.
The Wolves, who blew a big halftime lead earlier in the week to Gig Harbor, dropped to 6-3, 2-2 with the loss.
South coach Mike Allen saw his team repeat the mistakes from Wednesday night bad shot selection and way too many turnovers that allowed Gig Harbor to recover from a 29-13 deficit to record a 52-45 win.
Ashlye Parker, who was moved up from the junior varsity, led the Wolves with 11 points, while Jamie Boyer netted seven.
South, which finds itself in fourth place in league play, played host to Bainbridge Monday night in a non-league games and faces North Kitsap tonight at 7 p.m. in the SK gym.
In junior varsity action, South beat Bremerton 43-27 behind 10 points from Valerie Robinson.
Michelle Webber added eight points and eight rebounds while Erin Carpenter had nine rebounds.
Bremerton 76, South Kitsap 43
South Kitsap Ashlye Parker 11, Jamie Boyer 7, Kristen Emel 4, Sierra Vinson 1, Gabby Aromin 6, Erin Carpenter 4, Morgan Wiggin 2, Caty Lieseke 4, Megan Gilbert 4.
Bremerton Ebonee Batiste 8, Candance Grettenberger 8, Naomi Abad 2, Sarah Andrus 3, Bliss Whitehead 7, Patricia Lewis 1, Jennifer Jacobs 28, Alisha Lindsay 9, Kayla Bennett 5, Jessica Bollinger 2.
Bowlers fall to Shelton
South Kitsap's Jackie Murray rolled a pair of 211s but it wasnt enough, as Shelton topped South in a tie-breaker last Thursday at Hi-Joy Bowl.
Shelton and South traded games 880-764 and 798-813 before the Highclimbers won the match in a roll-off 182-126.
Murray's 211s led South while Stephanie Robinson of Shelton bowled at 396.
The Wolves are now 7-8 overall and just 1-5 in Narrows League Bridge Division play.
South was at Central Kitsap Tuesday and closes out league play at Bremerton Thursday.