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Bremerton follows free throws to win over Wolves

From Independent staff reports

South Kitsap’s Sharrisa Pauley scored 20 points, but Bremerton made key free throws down the stretch to slip past the Wolves 54-51 on Friday night.

The Knights converted on eight of their 12 free-throw tries in the final period to overtake the struggling Wolves.

Pauley once again was the high-scorer for South while Kaileigh Westermann added 12

South, which dropped to 2-10 overall and 1-5 in Narrows League Bridge Division play, is at Olympic tonight and travels to Shelton to begin the second half of division play.

Bremerton 54, at South Kitsap 51

Bremerton — Cassie Current, Naomi Abad 7, Meagan Dashner, Michelle Dubrall 4, Jennifer Smalley, Candace Gretenberger 14, Jenn Jacobs 24, Patricia Lewis 5, Kelsey Teft.

South Kitsap — Ashlye Parker 5, Jamie Boyer 2, Casey Wernet, Kristen Conradi 2, Michelle Weber, Kristen Emel 5, Sharrisa Pauley 20, Catalina Borrero 5, Caty Lieseke, Kailiegh Westerman 12, Erin Hegland, Natalie Peapea.

• SK bowlers notch another league win: Sara Jo Wagg rolled a high series of 364 Thursday to lead the South Kitsap girls’ bowling team to a two-game win over Bremerton.

Megan McMahan carded a high game of 199 for the Wolves who were at Central Kitsap late Tuesday and play host to Shelton Thursday.

• South swimmers have no trouble with Olympic: Adam Gibbons swam a district-qualifying time in the 100-yard backstroke Thursday as the South Kitsap boys swim team had little trouble in beating Olympic, 135-40.

Jordan Swim had a excellent swim in the 100 breaststroke while Kyle Hawkins and A.J. Melcher turned in good times in the 100 freestyle.

The Wolves had their final home meet Tuesday against Federal Way and are at Shelton Thursday.

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