SK prep roundup

The South Kitsap sophomore football team kicked off its season with a 44-6 win over Marysville-Pilchuck on Saturday.

Quarterback Quincy Lyman accounted for 26 first-half points in the win, while running backs John Dye and Stephan Tucker also scored.

The Wolves also had a nice touchdown pass as Brandon Mayfield hooked up with Chris Thornhill.

Matt Mehs, Josh Burlingame and Shawn Stayton also had solid games on defense.

The Wolves will play host to Snohomish Saturday at 1 p.m. Monday’s junior varsity game was cancelled.

• SK swimmers third at Bainbridge Relays: The South Kitsap girls’ swim team placed third at Saturday’s Bainbridge Relays. The team got good performances from Erica Schuck, Emilee Blankenship and Beth Stallman in the 50-yard butterfly, Helen Tripple and Jordan Wolfe scored well in 50 breaststroke as did Desirea Reimers in the 200 freestyle.

South lost its dual meet with Gig Harbor last week but did get a state-qualifying time in the 200 free relay swam by Madison Rousell, Tripple, Wolfe and Kate Hubner.

Other solid swims were turned in by Wolfe in the 200 IM and 100 breast and Megan Finnie in the 500 free and Airlie Adams in the 100 backstroke.

The Wolves are at Port Angeles on Thursday.

 • SK netters dropped by Olympia: South Kitsap’s boys tennis team lost for just the second time this year, losing to Olympia 5-0 last Friday.

Ardee Carson and Dalton Vavra lost their singles matches but the doubles teams fared a bit better.

South, 3-2, was at Port Angeles Monday and travels to Gig Harbor today.


Singles - Eric Debusschere (O) d. Ardee Carson 6-0, 6-0; Kent Stormans (O) d. Dalton Vavra 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles - Henry Williams-Cameron Williams (O) d. Mike Waas-Kramer Mott 6-3, 6-2; Aaron Bray-Casey Stevick (O) d. Tyler Warren-Andrew Lee 6-3, 6-4; Keith Hewitt-Matt Lawton (O) d. Ory Packer-Drew Campbell 6-1, 6-0.

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