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SK preps 4-22

Tim Grey scored in his season debut while Cade Mossman dished out three assists to lead the South Kitsap boys’ soccer team to a 4-0 win over Gig Harbor Wednesday night and into first place in the Narrows League Bridge Division standings.

The win, coupled with North Kitsap’s loss to Central Kitsap on Tuesday, puts the Wolves in sole possession of first place with 24 points.

South is 9-1 overall and 8-1 in division play.

Grey, a senior who lives in Port Orchard but transferred from King’s West High School to South last summer, had been ruled ineligible by both the West Central District and the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. But on appeal, Grey was deemed eligible and suited up, albeit in gear borrowed from junior varsity players, for the first time Wednesday night.

After entering 10 minutes into the game, he wasted little time getting the Wolves on the board, heading in a pass from Mossman.

It was all goalie Tony Saddler would need as he posted his sixth shutout of the year with excellent defense in front by Mossman and Kenny Kemper.

South added goals by Andrew Ringer, Kyle Schoales and Travis Gutierrez and have now scored 30 times in its last six games.

South played host to Port Angeles late Friday night and will meet North Kitsap Tuesday at home in a match that will decide who wins the Bridge Division.

South Kitsap 4, Gig Harbor 0

First half — 1, SK, Tim Grey (Cade Mossman), 15th. 2, SK, Andrew Ringer (Mossman), 40th.

Second half — 3, SK, Kyle Schoales (JR Matthews), 60th. 4, SK, Travis Gutierrez, 88th. 

•Â South netters sweep Olympic: The South Kitsap girls tennis team tuned up for next month’s Narrows League Tournament by sweeping all five matches against Olympic on Wednesday.

Charlotte Duren and Emily Hulscher won their singles matches while South’s doubles teams had little trouble winning their matches. Duren dispatched Megan Hodun 6-1, 6-0 while Hulscher made the most of her chance at No. 2 singles with a 6-2, 6-4 win over Issa Bruce.

The Wolves close out the regular season Monday at Gig Harbor.

South Kitsap 5, Olympic 0

Singles — Charlotte Duren (SK) d Megan Hodun 6-1, 6-0; Emily Hulscher (SK) d. Issa Bruce 6-2, 6-4.

Doubles — Hillary Oliver/Kristine Wright (SK) d Lisa Davenport/Jill Groulik 6-2, 6-2; Emerald Armstrong/Casey Armstrong (SK) d. Cassie Winter/ Rosin Saez 6-1, 7-6 (7-5); Sara Lidstrom/Katie Allen (SK) d. Tifanny Burton/ Brittany Santiago 6-0, 6-0.

• Davison leads Wolves past Vikings: Stephanie Davison fired a nine-hole round of 40 to tie for individual medalist honors and help the South Kitsap girls golf team to a 92-88 win over North Kitsap on Tuesday in Narrows League Bridge Division action at Meadowmeer Golf Course on Bainbridge Island.

Davison scored 40 points using the Stableford scoring system while teammate Kate Clark carded a round of 45 and scored 28 points for the Wolves.

Arielle Evans (13), Julie Van Cleef (11) and Betsy Pratt (8) rounded out the scoring for South.

The Wolves go up against Shelton Tuesday at McCormick Woods.

South Kitsap 92, North Kitsap 88

Played at Meadowmeer GC par 36 (Stableford scoring)

Co-medalists: Stephanie Davison (SK) and Miquela Pendleton (NK) 40 strokes

South Kitsap 92: Stephanie Davison 32 pts (40 strokes), Kate Clark 28 (45), Arielle Evans 13 (60), Julie Van Cleef 11, Betsy Pratt 8.

North Kitsap  88: Miquela Pendleton 32 pts (40 strokes), Alicia Bratlien 23, Hayleigh Wuensch 15, Megan Mitchell 9, Jessa Lee 9.

•Â Schenfeld paces SK golfers past North: South Kitsap junior Joel Schenfeld shot a one-over par 73 at the Port Ludlow Golf Course to pace the South Kitsap boys golf team past North Kitsap 135-131 in Narrows League Bridge Division play.

Schenfeld scored 35 points for South using the Stableford scoring system, while his round of 73 earned him individual medalist honors. Jonathan Murphy shot a 78 to score 30 points while Marcus Lacey got the Wolves 25 points with a round of 83.

South, unbeaten so far this year, will send a group of five to play in the Tim Higgins Invitational Tuesday at Kitsap Country Club.

South Kitsap 135, North Kitsap 131

At Port Ludlow Golf Course, par 72

Medalist: Joel Schenfeld (SK) 73 (35)

South Kitsap: Jonathan Murphy 78 (30), Marcus Lacey 83 (25) Luke DeVault 85 (23), Kenneth Eisenhut 86 (22) .

North Kitsap: Joey Duwe 78 (30), David Dobson 78 (30), Stephen Duwe 79 (29), Evan Faulk 85 (23), Robby Slattery 89 (19).

•Â Wolves’ JV baseball suffers first loss: The South Kitsap junior varsity baseball team lost its first game of the year last week, suffering a 6-5 defeat at the hands of Gig Harbor.

Todd Dalrymple led South with a pair of hits while Kyle Hawkins also had a hit.

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