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The Total Package Red basketball team went 3-1 last weekend at the Kingwood Classic Basketball Tournament held in Houston.
Total Package is a club basketball team coached by Craig Murray and made up of area high school players, including Evan Atwater, Tippy Burk, Tysaiah Curry Conner Gehring, L.P. Neloms and Ryan Sweet of South Kitsap.
The Classic was the last tournament for Atwater, Curry, Gehring and Sweet as members of TP.
The teams lone loss came to the tourneys eventual champion, the Long Island Lightning out of New York, 78-71.
TP grabbed a 13-point first-half lead by foul trouble cost the team the lead and ultimately the championship.
Steven Gray, of Bainbridge, paced the team with 31 points while Atwater had 8 and Curry and Neloms scored seven each.
TP opened play with a 78-62 win over the Georgia Stars as Sweet scored 11 points and had six rebounds while Atwater netted 11. Neloms scored 10 points in a 74-62 win over the ATX Boys 17s out of Houston while Sweet went for 11 points and six rebounds in a 67-57 win over the Garland Jayhawks out of Kansas.
Wolves hanging tough in fastpitch standings: The South Kitsap fastpitch softball team went 2-1 last week and hung onto fourth place in the Narrows League Bridge Division standings.
The Wolves, 6-6 overall and 6-4 in division play, recorded wins over Bremerton and Shelton before getting 10-runned by Olympic to remain in fourth place in the standings. The top four teams advance to the post-season although only the top two spots are guaranteed berths in the West Central District tournament next month.
South has four games remaining in the regular season and leads Olympic by just one game in the loss column for the fourth and final spot. The Wolves were at Central Kitsap late Friday and are at Gig Harbor on Monday.
Olympic 12, South Kitsap 1 (5)
Played April 26 at Olympic
South Kitsap 100 00 - 1 4 5
Olympic 333 03 - 12 13 2
Kristin Stephens and Caty Lieseke; Kelsey Anchors and Athena Rosario. W-Anchors. L-Stephens.
Leading hitters: SK - Caty Leiseke 2-2. O - Rachel Haas 3-4, Sarah Varady 2-3, Anchors 2-4.
South Kitsap 8, Shelton 1
Played April 24 at Shelton
South Kitsap 000 152 0 - 8 11 2
Shelton 100 000 0 - 1 4 4
Stephens, Butler (5) and Lieseke; Krumpols and Grant Leading hitters: SK - Monique Morey 2-3 (2B,3RBI) Kirstie Cosgrove: 1-3 (2B,2RBI), Katie Robertson 2-3 (RBI), Caty Lieseke 2-3, Joy Thomas 2-3 (RBI), Jessie Sannino 2-4.
South Kitsap 14, Bremerton 4 (5)
Played April 25 at South Kitsap
Bremerton 120 01 4 7 5
South Kitsap 2(11)0 1x 14 16 0
Thomas, Dechante Heggie (4) and Baxter; Kirstie Cosgrove and Caty Lieske, Mo Morey (5) Leading hitters SK: Natalie Peapea 2-4 (3B,2RBI,3R), Joy Thomas 3-4 (2B,3RBI), Katie Robertson 2-3 (3B,RBI). B: Thomas 2-2 (2 2B), Henry 1-3 (RBI), Von Runnen 2-3.
Shelton tops South in girls golf: Kate Clark and Stephanie Davison each carded nine-hole rounds of 43 and scored a combined 58 points Tuesday but Shelton had all five of its golfers score at least 21 points in a 122-102 win at McCormick Woods.
South played in the Duke Streeter Invitational in Port Angeles Friday and will face Port Angeles Tuesday at McCormick Woods.
Shelton 122, South Kitsap 102
Played April 25 at McCormick Woods, par 36 (Stableford scoring)
Medalist: Caral Martinson (Shelton) 40 strokes
Shelton 122 - Caral Martinson 32 pts (40 strokes), Nicole Cuzick 24 (48), Kristi Fox 23 (49), Hillary Evans 22 (53), Felicia Barnett 21 (51).
South Kitsap 102 - Stephanie Davison 29 pts (43 strokes), Kate Clark 29 (43), Kendall Simmons 19 (53), Julie Van Cleef 13 (61), Arielle Evans 12 (61).
Â Junior varsity baseball takes pair from PA: The South Kitsap junior varsity baseball team rebounded from its first two losses of the season last week by sweeping Port Angeles this week.
The Wolves started the week with a 10-0 win as Drew Saddler tossed a four-hit complete game and struck out six. Shawn Stayton collected three hits and drove in three runs while Cameron Pettay slapped two doubles and drove in a run. Tyler Sartor added two hits and knocked in three runs.
In a 10-8 win Wednesday, Trevor Seals was 3-5 with two doubles and 3 RBI while Nick Bachteler went 2-3 with 3 RBI.
Kyle Hawkins drove in two runs on a hit.