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Wolves sweep Shelton in basketball
Derrick Webb scored 20 points and pulled down eight rebounds, while Tippy Burk dished out seven assists and scored eight points as the No. 3-ranked South Kitsap Wolves remained the states only undefeated Class 4A team with a 72-40 win at Shelton Friday night.
The Wolves, playing without senior wing Jamil Moore, moved to 14-0 on the year and 8-0 in Narrows League Bridge Division play.
Moore sat out the game with a hamstring injury but is expected back for tonights game with Port Angeles.
Webb led all scorers, while Conner Gehring netted 12 and Josh Monagle added 10.
The South junior varsity, 8-2, beat Shelton 57-40 behind 15 points from Larry Dearth and 10 each from Jared Privatt and Dexter Jefferies.
The Wolves' sophomore team recorded a 55-52 win to move to 5-4 on the year. Matt Burton scored 12 for SK with Griffin Powell added 10.
South Kitsap L.P. Neloms 3, Conner Gehring 12, Tippy Burk 8, Tysaiah Curry 2, Derrick Webb 20, Jacob Yount 6, Josh Monagle 10, Ryan Sweet 3, Connor McPherson 4.
Shelton Casey MaGee 9, Andrew Boykin 2, Bo Tinaza 4, Philpott 2, Holbrook, Rory Cavaille 2, Tronson 6, Welch 5, Hill 8, Caleb Schlauderaff 2.
SK girls stay in playoff hunt with win: Morgan Wiggin scored 12 points while Megan Gilbert added 11 as the South Kitsap girls basketball team won for the third time in its last four games with a 57-48 in over Shelton.
The win moves the Wolves to 9-5 overall and 5-3 in Narrows League Bridge Division play. South is tied for third with Bremerton and is at Port Angeles tonight.
The SK junior varsity lost 54-46 as Michelle Webber scored 20 points while Casey Wernet had 10 rebounds.
Shelton Angie DeWaal 3, Tasha Taito 13, Whitney Jones 6, Jacque Colo 2, Tatiana Belen 8, Elyse Dyke 4, Meredith McCarty 4, Rachel Forbis 8.
South Kitsap Jamie Boyer 13, Kristin Emmel 3, Schelsey Zimmerman 6, Sierra Vinson 2, Erin Carpenter 2, Sharissa Pauley 5, Morgan Wiggin 12, Katy Lieseke 2, Megan Gilbert 11, Erin Hegland 1.