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Sharissa Pauley scored 20 points and Catalina Borrero added 18, but missed free throws doomed the South Kitsap girls basketball team to a 65-61 overtime loss Friday in Olympia.

Olympia scored seven of its nine overtime points on free throws and ended up hitting 24 of 34 for the night.

South converted on 15 of 26 tries and scored just five points in the overtime period to fall to 0-3 on the year.

Whitney Champlin scored 23 points to lead the Bears while Carter Schick added 21.

Schick went 4-for-4 from the line in overtime, and Champlin went 2-for-2 and made the only field goal of the extra period for the Bears.

Borrero scored all of her points by making six three-pointers.

The Wolves were at Bainbridge late Monday night and open Narrows League Bridge Division play tonight at home against Shelton.

Olympia 65, South Kitsap 61 (OT)

South Kitsap 10 16 19 11 5 – 61

Olympia 12 15 12 17 9 – 65

South Kitsap – Ashlye Parker 1, Jamie Boyer 8, Joyce Vaiaga'e 0, Kristin Emel 3, Sharrisa Pauley 20, Catalina Borrero 18, Caty Lieseke 2, Kaileigh Westermann 5, Erin Hegland 4.

Olympia - Sarah Brodie 0, Jessica Parsons 0, Anesse Hansen 7, Sarah Wikstrom 1, Carter Schick 21, Whitney Champlin 23, Nicole Grosey 0, Heather Kanikeberg 2, Brittany Taylor 9, Natalie Kirk 2, Mika Underwood 0.

• High school title games moving to SafeCo: The Class 3A and 4A state high school baseball championships will be decided at Safeco Field in Seattle this year, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced Thursday.

Previously held at Everett Stadium and Cheney Stadium in Tacoma, the WIAA executive board of directors approved the move for one year.

This year’s semifinals and finals are scheduled for May 26-27.

“The Mariners have wanted to host the WIAA State Baseball Championships in Safeco Field since the ballpark first opened in 1999,” Mariners President Chuck Armstrong said in a news release. “It will be a wonderful event as high school athletes, coaches and staff will have the opportunity to compete for the Washington state baseball championship on the same field that major league players have regularly picked as one of the very best ballparks in the world.”

South Kitsap last played in the Class 4A title game in 2003, beating Federal Way 6-3 in Everett.

The Wolves have won two other state titles in 1983 and 1986 and finished second in 1994 all under former head coach Elton Goodwin.

“The association is excited about the opportunity to provide a unique venue for our high school athletes and also to provide visibility for all the programs the association offers,” WIAA Executive Director Mike Colbrese said in a statement.

“The WIAA Executive Board is pleased that the Seattle Sports Commission and the Mariners came to the association with the concept of partnering because of the benefits to all high school students.”

• SK bowlers fall to Bremerton: Megan McMahon rolled a team-high series of 356 but the Wolves couldn’t overcome Bremerton last week, losing to the Knights 831-753, 805-828 and 164-201.

McMahon paced the Wolves with a high game of 211 while Sadie Flerx recorded a series of 324 that included a high game of 207. Ariel Wagg of Bremerton posted the match’s high series with a 365.

The Wolves, now 5-2, faced Central Kitsap late Tuesday night and are at Shelton Thursday.

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