SK preps 10-5

South Kitsap’s Madison Rousell won two individual events and swam legs on two winning relays on Thursday to help the Wolves’ swim team to a 115-64 Narrows League Bridge Division win over North Kitsap.

Rousell, the defending Class 4A state champ in the 100-yard freestyle, won the 50 free and 100 butterfly and was also was part the 200 medley and 400 free relay teams that posted wins.

Rousell, a junior, won the 50 free with a time of 24.74 and took the 100 fly at 1:03.44.

Senior Megan Finnie also won two individual events, the 200 and 500 free, and swam a leg on the 400 free relay. Other South winners included Alyssa Drevniak in diving, Helen Tripple in the 100 free and Kate Hubner in the 100 breast.

At the Mukilteo Invitational on Saturday, South placed sixth out of 23 teams with the 400 free relay tandem of Rousell, Finnie, Tripple and Desirae Reimers turning in a state qualifying time.

The Wolves are back in the pool Thursday at home against Olympic.

South Kitsap 115, North Kitsap 64

200 medley relay - South Kitsap (Madison Rousell, Kate Hubner, Kelsey Pauley, Helen Tripple), 2:01.85. 200 free - Megan Finnie (SK) 2:07.62. 200 IM - Stephanie Longmate (NK) 2:29.28. 50 free - Rousell (SK) 24:74. Diving - Alyssa Drevniak (SK) score unavailable. 100 fly - Rousell (SK) 1:03.44. 100 free - Tripple (SK) 57.83. 500 free - Finnie (SK) 5:34.45. 200 free relay - North Kitsap (Whitney Glebe, Jodee Mitchell, Maria Morshead, Nadia Ifland), 1:56.81. 100 back - Longmate (NK) 1:05.61. 100 breast - Hubner (SK) 1:15.79. 400 free relay - South Kitsap (Desirae Reimers, Finnie, Tripple, Rousell), 3:55.50.

• South netters notch another league win: Dalton Vavra won his singles match and his teammates swept the doubles as South Kitsap downed Olympic 4-1 in Narrows League Bridge Division tennis action last week.

The Wolves’ Mike Wass and Kramer Mott dropped just one game in winning their No. 1 doubles match while Drew Campbell and Ory Packer combined to win their match 6-0, 6-0. Tyler Warren and Andrew Lee came back from a set down to record a 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 win over Mike Griffin and R.J. Abad.

South is now 8-3 overall and 5-1 in league play and has just four matches remaining before league preliminaries begin Oct. 17.

South Kitsap 4, Olympic 1

Singles: Justin Hike (O) d. Ardee Carson 7-6 (7-1), 6-3; Dalton Vavra (SK) d. Jace Caulkins 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles : Mike Waas-Kramer Mott (SK) d. Scott Lutz-Raj Sitapara 6-1, 6-0; Tyler Warren-Andrew Lee (SK) d. Mike Griffen-RJ Abad 4-6, 6-1, 6-2.; Drew Campbell-Ory Packer (SK) d. Bryant Lapano-Ken Nelson 6-0, 6-0.

• Edmonds-Woodway beats SK sophs: Devlan Miller caught a pair of touchdown passes Saturday but the South Kitsap sophomore football team lost to Edmonds-Woodway 27-13. 

Quincy Lyman and Tyler Mayfield each completed a scoring pass to Miller while running backs John Dye and Stephen Tucker ran well.

• Sedgwick downs Bremerton for first win: Brady Mueller scored twice and Casey Coulon added a third score to lead the Sedgwick varsity junior football team to a 22-6 win. 

Coach Kevin Darcy said his team did an excellent job controlling the ball and the clock in the torrential down pour. Brady Zurn lead the offense with 92 rushing yards on 13 carries while Kyle Fenton and Elias Hanson played outstanding defense.

The Sedgwick junior varsity team improved to 2-0 with a 37-14 victory over the Poulsbo Panthers. T.J. Pulkerbeck scored two touchdowns for the Generals with Josh Hart adding another. 

Quarterback Gordy Anderson completed touchdowns passes to Taylor Lyman and Greg Pickard.

• Cedar Heights drops home opener: Ridgetop Junior High spoiled the Raindevils home-opener, winning 38-6. Cedar coach Carey Krumsick said his team could not overcome mistakes and poor defensive tackling. 

The Raindevils lone score came on an 80-yard punt return by Justin Daniels.

The Cedar Heights junior varsity won its second game of the season as Zach Cruz scored twice while the Rain Devil defense forced a couple of key turnovers to beat the Central Kitsap JV 20-12.

Cruz scored on runs of 50 and three yards while Kyle Sparber caught a 35-yard scoring strike from Ray Chico to help the Raindevils move to 2-0 on the year. The Cedar defense, led by Zane Rotter, Rashee Nelson, Cody McBride, James Dye and Marcus Adams, forced two crucial fumbles to preserve the win.

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