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SK prep roundup 10-26
The South Kitsap boys tennis season came to an abrupt end last week with no players advancing to next springs West Central District tournament.
The doubles team of Mike Waas and Kramer Mott dropped its opening match and fell into the consolation bracket, where they won one match before being eliminated in the third match.
South singles players Dalton Varva and Ardee Carson also lost their first-round matches.
Carson was knocked out of the tournament in the consolation round while Varva lived to see a third match before falling out.
South sophs romp on Marysville: Devlan Miller caught a pair of touchdown passes to lead the South Kitsap sophomore football team to a 27-0 win over Marysville on Saturday.
Running back Stephan Tucker scored once, while Matt Foxworthy added a 34-yard fumble return for the final score.
Defensively, Joe Razey caused a fumble while Brandon Mayfield and Chris Thornhill recorded interceptions.
Cedar tops Marcus in wild one: Sean Allison rushed for 235 yards and scored four times last week to lead the Cedar Heights Junior High varsity football team to a 30-22 win over Marcus Whitman.
Allison scored the gamer-winner on a 46-yard run late in the fourth and also had a pair of short TD runs and returned a kickoff for a score.
The Blazers got touchdowns out of Sandy Cardinal, who returned a kickoff 80 yards for a score, Andy Hudson and Rick Johnson.
Defensive standouts for the Raindevils included Colin Eisenhut, Nick Peapea, Adam Lovejoy, Justin Daniels and Paul Enyeart.
The Cedar Junior varsity beat Oakland Bay 26-18 as Kyle Sparber opened the game with a 75-yard kickoff return.
Zach Cruz scored three times for the Raindevils and rushed for more than 100 yards. Defensive standouts included Colin Burgh, Zane Rotter, Shawn Thornhill, Ray Chico, Dylan Weaver and Mark Jones.
Cedar, 3-2, closes out the year against Marcus on Wednesday.
Sedgwick moves to 3-2 with win: Casey Coulon threw a pair of touchdown passes to lead the John Sedgwick Junior High football team to a 32-12 win over Oakland Bay last week.
Coulon hooked up with Austin Siegel for an 11-yard score and later found Leon La Deaux for an 80-yard bomb.
Brandy Zurn rushed 16 times for 125 yards and a score while Cory Galligan added 34 yards on three tries including a score.
Defensively, Kyle Fenton, Deaux, Zurn, Kyle Littlewolf, Keith Grey and Anthony Bishop kept Oakland Bay bottled up.
Sedgwick's junior varsity remained unbeaten improving their record to 5-0 last Wednesday by beating Marcus, 32-14.
T.J. Pulkrabeck scored two touchdowns and Josh Hart added a score. Gordy Anderson hit Greg Pickard for a pair of TD passes.