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The South Kitsap High School girls bowling team capped off it season by taking sixth place at the Class 4A State Bowling Championships held Feb. 3-4 at Leilani Lanes in Seattle.

The Wolves finished with two-day total of 8,150 points. Wilson won the title with 8,770 points while Bremerton was fifth at 8,182.

Megan McMahon turned in the top individual performance for the Wolves, rolling a 746 series during Friday action. Sara Jo Wagg was next with a series of 741 while Sadie Flerx rolled a 704.

The team combined to score 2,291 points in baker to close out the first day. Baker is where each member of the team alternates a turn and each ends up bowling two frames.

Saturday’s final round saw each team roll 14 baker games. South had a second-day total of 2,347 with high games of 190, 192 and 193.

Class 4A State Bowling Championships

Held Feb. 3-4 at Leilani Lanes, Seattle

Final results

Team scores — 1, Wilson 8,770; 2, Kennewick 8,693; 3, Cascade (Everett) 8,618; 4, Wenatchee 8,275; 5, Bremerton 8,182; 6, South Kitsap 8,150; 7, Eisenhower 7,951; 8, Shelton 7,920; 9, Olympic 5,441; 10, Evergreen 5,271; 11, Battle Ground 5,246; 12, Everett 5,209; 13, Central Kitsap 5,117; 14. R.A. Long 5,061; 15, A.G. West/Black Hills 4,932; 16, Spanaway Lake 4,795.

South Kitsap results

Day Two

Baker – 2,347

Day One

Individual results – Sadie Flerx 144-181-187-192 – 704; Australia Kincannon 144-153-193-178 – 666; Megan McMahon 198-204-210-134 – 746; Jackie Murray 145-138-192-180 – 655; Sara Jo Wagg 149-222-175-195 – 741. Team total – 3,512.

Baker – 2,291

• Wolves power past North Kitsap: Josh Monagle scored a team-high 14 points to lead the South Kitsap boy’s basketball team to a 69-46 Narrows League Bridge Division win over North Kitsap Friday night, keeping the team in first place in league play.

Ryan Sweet and Joe Pisa each netted 11 points to help the Wolves move to 17-1 overall and 11-1 in league. South plays its final regular season home game tonight against Bremerton and closes out the regular season at Olympic Friday night. If South wins out, it will face Mount Tahoma Feb. 18 in the Narrows League Tournament in Bremerton.

South Kitsap 69, North Kitsap 46

South Kitsap — Conner Gehring 12, Gibson Davies 7, Tysaiah Curry 2, L.P. Neloms 3, Evan Atwater 5, Dan Nelson 2, Kris Carlson 2, Josh Monagle 14, Ryan Sweet 11, Joe Pisa 11, Tippy Burk, Jared Privatt, Garrett Boone.

North Kitsap — Mychal Harris 7, Kevin Masnayon 13, Marcus Harris 3, Dietrich Rios 14, Eric Schippers 7, Cameron White 2, John Lawrence, Jeff Ottele, James May, Steven Kirk

• Pauley, Westermann keep South’s hope alive: Kayleigh Westermann scored 10 of her 17 points in the fourth quarter to help lead the South Kitsap girl’s basketball team to a 54-50 Narrows League Bridge Division win over North Kitsap Friday night.

The win keeps the Wolves alive for the fourth and final playoff spot in league play. South, 5-13 overall and 4-8 in division play, must win its final two games with Bremerton and Olympic and get some help to qualify for the fourth spot.

South’s Sharrisa Pauley led all scorers with 24 points.

South Kitsap 54, North Kitsap 50

North Kitsap— Katie West 12, Leah Seim-Brown, Jesse Eadie 3, Rachael Kramer 9, Jasmine Campbell 6, Jade Niemeyer 17, Lindsey Sprague 2, Joi Niemeyer, Riley Watts 2.

South Kitsap— Ashlye Parker, Jamie Boyer 1, Casey Wernet, Valerie Robinson 4, Kristen Conradi, Kristin Emil, Sharrisa Pauley 24, Catalina Borrero, Caty Lieseke 6, Kaileigh Westermann 17, Erin Hegland 2.

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