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Wolves fall just short, again

From Independent staff reports

Sharrisa Pauley and Kaileigh Westermann each scored 15 points on Wednesday night but the South Kitsap girls’ basketball team fell just short once again, losing a Narrows League Bridge Division game to North Kitsap, 48-43.

The loss drops the Wolves to 2-9 overall and 1-4 in league play.

South faced Bremerton late Friday night is at Olympic Wednesday.

North Kitsap 48, South Kitsap 43

South Kitsap — Ashlye Parker 1, Jamie Boyer 4, Wernet, Joyce Vaiag’e, Valerie Robinson, Kristin Conradi 4, Michelle Webber 2, Kristen Emel 1, Sharrissa Pauley 15, Catalina Ferrero, Liesce 1, Kaileigh Westerman 15, Erin Hageland, Peapea.

North Kitsap — Katie West 5, Leah Feim-Brown, Jesse Eadie, Rachael Kramer 8, Jasmine Campbell 8, Jasmine Hill 10, Aubin Duncan, Jade Niemeyer 14, Lindsay Sprague, Riley Watts 3.

• South Kitsap bowlers win pair of matches: The South Kitsap girls’ bowling team upped it record to 9-2 on the year with a pair of non-league wins last week.

The Wolves defeated Stadium 837-670 and 864-711 on Tuesday as Megan McMahon rolled a series high 374, tying for high game with Sadie Flerx with a 194.

South then topped Klahowya 698-623 and 696-577 as Jackie Murray had a high game of 206 on her way to a high series of 357.

The Wolves went up against Bremerton late Thursday night and are at Central Kitsap Tuesday.

• Swimmers edge Central Kitsap despite winning just one event: South Kitsap’s Justin Forshaw scored 147.6 points to win the diving portion of Tuesday’s meet with Central Kitsap, leading the Wolves to a 96-90 win.

Central placed first in every event except diving, but the Wolves got enough second-, third- and fourth-place finishes to win the meet.

South also recorded three more district-qualifying swims, as Mike West posted a fast enough time in the 500-yard freestyle, Bryant Bartlett did the same in the 200 individual medley and A.J. Melcher qualified in the 100 backstroke.

• Gutierrez, Hoffman pace JVs to win: Travis Gutierrez scored 12 points, including the game’s final point on a free throw to lead the South Kitsap boy’s junior varsity to a 48-47 win over North Kitsap on Wednesday night.

Corey Hoffman also scored 12 points for the Wolves, who moved to 5-2 on the year with the win.

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