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South Kitsap prep roundup
Kylen Boddie had 12 assists, while Erika Doremus recorded 12 kills as the South Kitsap volleyball team won its second straight match, downing Life Christian in three quick games on Monday.
The Wolves, who also got 10 digs from Sarah Neighbors, won the match with scores of 25-21, 25-20 and 25-18 to move to 2-1 on the year.
(The team) fought for every point, and teamwork secured the win, second-year coach Jessica Anderson said.
The Wolves will take part in the Kentlake Tournament all day today.
The South junior varsity also recorded a 3-0 win over LC behind the serving of Rebecca Kruger.
Sophomore Erica Bricker had five service aces and three assists while junior Savanah Steinke had a pair of aces. S
ophomore Vicky Mazyck had a kill and three aces and sophomore Jessica Jordan had two kills and a block
JV football off to quick start: The South Kitsap junior varsity football team opened its season with a 31-6 win over Lincoln on Monday at Joe Knowles Field.
Devlan Miller caught a pair of touchdown passes while Josh Burlingame was cited for solid defensive play.
The Wolves travel to Shelton Monday to face the Highclimbers at 6 p.m.
The South sophomore team will open the season today at 1 p.m. at home against Marysville-Pilchuck.
Runners split with GH, Olympic: The South Kitsap cross-country team split its dual match with Gig Harbor and Olympic Wednesday, easily beating the Trojans while giving the Tides a good run.
The Gig Harbor girls team, ranked seventh in the nation and first in the state, topped the Wolves 15-45, while the Tides won the boys race 21-37.
The Wolves beat Olympic 16-48 on the girls side while the boys won 15-56.
Britta Peterson led the South girls, turning in a time of 12 minutes, 37 seconds followed by Alegra Waldren, Shyla Coleman and Shannon Polley who accounted for four of the top 10 finishers.
Kenny Kemper paced the boys with a second place time of 10:59 while Jon Phillips, Kyle Stolp and Aaron Terry rounded out the Wolves top finishers..
In boys junior varsity action, the Wolves beat GH 22-33 and Olympic 16-45 behind the running of Devon Wright, Bobby Arendsee, Caleb Krueger and Skyler McVaugh.
Wolves struggle in pool at Bainbridge: Desirea Reimers won the 500-yard freestyle but that was one of the few highlights as Bainbridge out-swam South Kitsap 129-57 Tuesday on the island.
The Spartans won 11 of the 12 events, handing South its first loss of the young season.
The Wolves faced Gig Harbor late Thursday and head back to the island today for the Bainbridge Relays.