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Wolves respectable at Great Race
From Independent staff reports
The South Kitsap cross-country team turned in some respectable times and places as it took part over the weekend in the Great Northwest Race in Eugene, Ore.
The meet attracts some of the top teams in the region and all four South teams placed in the top 10.
The Wolves varsity girls placed fourth overall with Britta Peterson, Shannon Polley, Alegra Waldron, Marie Spiker, Shannon Vreeland, Brianna Gundrum and Gina Guariz challenging the whole way.
The boy's team finished sixth out of 17 teams, with Jon Phillips, Kenny Kemper, Devon Wright, Aaron Terry, Trevor Boaz, Shane Vreeland and Bobby Arendsee.
In junior varsity action, the South girls placed eighth with Robin McClelland, Ashley Gregg, Katie Makarin, Lisa Hayek, Cera Olson, Catie Fairgreive and Ischalyn Frei running while the boys JV was third, led by Scott Nolan, Chris Morley, Slyler McVaugh, Caleb Krueger, Max Redburn and Chris Friend.
South netters fourth at NL Invite: Mike Wass and Kramer Mott teamed together to win the doubles title at the Narrows League Tennis Invitational held Saturday at South.
The SK duo helped their team to a fourth-place finish with 26 points. North Kitsap won the tourney with 34 points.
Also last week, South defeated Shelton 3-2 to raise its season mark to 5-3. The Wolves are 2-1 in Narrows League Bridge Division action.
Narrows League Invite
Team results North Kitsap 34, Central Kitsap 29, Puyallup 29, South Kitsap 26, Enumclaw 24, Olympic 17, Bremerton 16.
Championships Singles: Will Herbert (CK) def. Jordan Prince (NK) 7-5, 6-2. Doubles: Mott/Wass (SK) def. McCarthy/Russell (E) 6-4, 6-3.
Other matches Singles: No. 2: Welsh (E) def. Willis (P) 6-1, 6-0. Doubles: Kelch/Drury (NK) def. Russell/Daquiz (CK) 6-2, 6-2. No. 3: Edgren/McBurney (NK) def. Lyman/Packer (SK) 6-2, 6-3. No. 4: Wadsworth/Heath (P) def. Zrout/Gallagher (NK) 5-7, 6-2, 10-7.
South Kitsap 3, Shelton 2
Singles Ardee Carson (SK) def. Paul Fredson 6-1, 6-3; Dalton Vavara (Sk) def. Ryan Mortensen 6-2, 6-1.
Doubles Cellec Coleman/Charlie Vernon (She) def. Mike Waas/Kramer Mott, 6-2, 6-2; Tyler Warren/Drew Campbell (SK) def. Devin Graham/Caleb Chakos 6-3, 7-5; Brandon Lemargee/Joe Hayes (She) def. Ory Packer/Casey Abernathy 6-2, 6-3.
Wolves sophs dropped by Snohomish: The South Kitsap sophomore football team dropped its first game of the season, losing to Snohomish 35-21 Saturday. For the Wolves, Quincy Lyman threw a TD pass to Brandon Mayfield while Matt Mehs and Stephen Tucker each ran for scores.
Cedar Heights opens season with win: Sean Allison rushed for 238 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Cedar Heights Junior High varsity football team to a 24-0 win over Port Angeles to open the season.
Allison scored on runs of 62, 75 and 2 yards while Nick Peapea booted all three extra points to give the Raindevils the win.
While Allison carried the load offensively, he had plenty of help on the defense. Allison and Justin Daniels each intercepted a pass from Paul Enyeart fell on a pair of Roughrider fumbles while Zach Dudley, Ryan Stone and Allison all recorded key second-half sacks.
Coach Carey Krumsick cited the play of his offensive line and quarterback Cody Maier, who was filling in for the injured Sean Korf.
The Cedar Heights junior varsity also won its season opener, taking an 18-0 win over Poulsbo. Zach Cruz scored twice for Cedar, including a 20-yard touchdown run, while
Kyle Sparber returned a punt 70 yards for a score. The Raindevil defense, led by James Dye and Shawn Thornhill, allowed just two first downs for a team that went winless last year.
Sedgwick falls in season opener: Casey Coulon completed 5 of 10 passes for 125 yards and a pair of scores but Sedgwick Junior High fell to Central Kitsap 34-14 in the Generals season opener last week.
Coulon hooked up with Leon La Deaux for a pair of scores to highlight the offense but the Cubs used their size to wear down Sedgwick. La Deaux caught three passes for 95 yards while Corey Galligan led the Generals with 24 rushing yards. Austin Seigel had an interception and a sack for Sedgwick.
The Sedgwick junior varsity beat Bremerton 28-0 last week, getting touchdowns from Josh Hart, Chris Nenninger while Greg Pickard hit Gordy Anderson for a pair of TD strikes. Austin Cook booted a pair of extra points for the Generals.