SK preps 10-29
June 12, 2008 · Updated 3:35 PM
The South Kitsap girls soccer team took advantage of a slip-up by Gig Harbor Wednesday night and ended its regular season with the Narrows League Bridge Division title.
The Wolves capped an undefeated regular season with a 6-0 win at Shelton on Wednesday night. With the Tides 1-1 tie against Bremerton, both teams finished 10-0-4 in league play but South, 12-0-4 overall, was awarded the league title on a tie-breaker using goal differential.
South will now face Bellarmine Prep today at 3:30 p.m. at Mount Tahoma in the Narrows League title game.
Against Shelton on Wednesday, Kylie Balstad, Kayliegh Westermann, Erin Carpenter, Tori Fairweather, Cassie Brown all scored goals with Brown notching two.
Goalie C.J. Balstad recorded her 11th shutout of the season behind another outstanding performance from the defense.
Monday night saw the Wolves say goodbye to this years group of seniors with a 7-1 win over North Kitsap.
Carpenter scored twice while Taylor Prichard, Westermann, Kaitlin Myles, Sarah Milne and Mikayla Shdo all scored.
The South junior varsity closed out its season with a pair of wins. The junior Wolves topped North Kitsap 3-0 as Emily Dillard scored twice and had an assist while Caitlin Daniels had a goal and two assists.
The Wolves won 7-0 Wednesday at Shelton as Sammy Gallegos had a hat trick. Amy Johnson scored on a penalty kick and Ashley Stoner and Becca Christenberry each had a goal.
Wolves slide into final spot: Erika Doremus had 10 kills and four blocks while Kylen Boddie added nine assists to help the South Kitsap volleyball team to a three-game win over Olympic Monday and the fourth and final spot in todays Narrows League Tournament.
With the 25-22, 25-23, 25-16 victory, South, 10-4 overall and 4-3 in league, tied with North Kitsap for the final slot in the league tourney but the Wolves head-to-head win over the Vikings ensured them of the final playoff berth.
South will open the tourney at 9 a.m. today in the South gym against Capital in a loser-out game.
The winner of that match can do no worse than the sixth seed at next weeks WCD Tournament at Kentlake.
The Wolves junior varsity team ended its season on a winning note, beating Olympic 25-19, 19-25, and 19-17. Niki Hegland, Jessica Jordan, and Emily Sanford each had two kills.