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SK preps 12-21

Sharrisa Pauley scored a game-high 20 points but a solid third-quarter run by Port Angeles was enough to send South Kitsap to a 57-45 Narrows League Bridge Division loss on Friday night.

With the score tied at 30 at the half, the Roughriders went on a 16-3 third-period run to blow the game open. Pauley continued her strong play while Kristen Conradi added 13.

The Wolves, 1-5 overall and 1-1 in league play, travel to Mountain View Dec. 28-29 to play in the Thunder Tournament.

The Wolves return to Narrows League Bridge Division action Jan. 4 at Gig Harbor.

South Kitsap - Sharrisa Pauley 20, Kristen Conradi 13, Catalina Borrero 5, Caty Lieseke 5, Kaileigh Westermann 2, Ashlye Parker, Jamie Boyer, Joyce Vaiaga'e, Valerie Robinson, Michelle Webber, Erin Hegland.

Port Angeles - Brooke Helpenstell 15, Nicole Morgan 9, Danika Goodwin 8, Kaylee Baumstark 7, Alle Petty 6, Shelby Nationtek 5, Molly Jensen 3.

• SK bowlers rack up another win: Sadie Flerx carded a high series of 352 to lead the South Kitsap bowlers to a close win over Shelton Thursday night.

After splitting the first two games of the match, South had to come up big the tie-breaker 209-197 to improve to 7-2 on the year.

The Wolves won the first game 839-300 while Shelton rebounded to take the second one 838-835.

While Flerx recorded games of 174-178 for South, Megan McMahon rolled games of 173-177 while Sara Jo Wagg had the Wolves’ high game with a 190.

The top junior varsity bowlers for South were Chloe Wilmarth with a 147 and Rachel Bowers with a 135.

• South swimmers fall to Gig Harbor: Gig Harbor swimmers ran the table Thursday afternoon, winning all 12 events in a dual meet with South Kitsap to capture a 132-54 win over the Wolves.

South did record a few more district qualifying times led by Mike West in the 100-yard butterfly, Jesse DeBock in the 500 freestyle and Kris Bonar in the 200 individual medley.

South is back in action Jan. 3 at home against Port Angeles.

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