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SPORTS BRIEFS | Gascoyne makes his college decision
South Kitsap senior Adam Gascoyne, a three-sport standout for the Wolves, has committed to play football next season at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
The Pointers, who compete in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, finished with a 2-8 record last year.
Gascoyne placed fourth in the Class 4A state wrestling tournament at 152 pounds and also runs track for South. His father, Ron, said his son will have the opportunity to compete in both sports at UWSP, as well.
On the gridiron, Gascoyne rushed for 1,079 yards and eight touchdowns.
Wolves continue winning ways
South Kitsap’s fastpitch team won its sixth consecutive game, 2-0, Tuesday in a nonleague contest against Wilson.Ashley Chamberlin and Hayley Romo both had two hits to lead the Wolves (6-1) past the Rams (3-4).South returns to Class 4A Narrows League play at 3:30 p.m. Monday against Bellarmine Prep.
At South Kitsap 2, Wilson 0
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Granger and Stanley. Maddie Watson and Kayla Clauson.
Leading hitters-Lanz (W) 2-3; Ashley Chamberlin (SK) 2-3 RBI; Hayley Romo (SK) 2-2.
South Kitsap 9, at Olympia 3
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Ashley Chamberlin and Kayla Clausen; Stensty and Schroeder.Leading hitters-Alissa Buss (SK) 4-5 2 runs; Hannah Spohn (SK) 3-4 3B 3 runs; Shelby Reyes (SK) 3-4 2B run; Schroeder (O) 2-3.
South shuts out Yelm
South Kitsap boys soccer team ended a two-game losing streak with a 3-0 victory March 29 against Yelm. No details from the game were reported. The Wolves (4-2-1 overall, 3-2-1 league) return to 4A Narrows play at 7:15 p.m. Thursday at Stadium.