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SPORTS BRIEFS | Wolves suffer setback against rivals

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South Kitsap led most of the game, but could not make a stop when it needed to as Samantha Williams drove for a game-winning basket to lead Central Kitsap to a 50-49 win Friday in Class 4A Narrows League play.

Kayle Yergeau scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Wolves (9-6 overall, 4-4 league), who continued a four-game road trip Wednesday night at Gig Harbor. South also plays at 7 tonight at Olympia and 7 p.m. Tuesday at Yelm before wrapping up the regular season Thursday night against Stadium.

Central Kitsap 50, South Kitsap 49

South Kitsap 13 13 13 10 - 49

Central Kitsap 6 13 16 15 - 50

South Kitsap-Libby Borgonia, Hayley Romo 6, Marybeth Bray 10, Brianna Shafer, Gabrielle Stewart 6, Kayle Yergeau 16, Shannon Laupola 2, Hayley O’Dell 9.

Central Kitsap-Katie Thorsen 7, Maddie White 17, Starr Rodenhurst, Samantha Williams 5, Carly Bergsma, Kaytie Garguile 2, Taylor Krouse 8, Tiffani Ferrell 11.

South Kitsap’s Welch wins league title

Savannah Welch finished first with a score of 545 to help South Kitsap’s girls bowling team to a Class 4A Narrows League title Friday at All Star Lanes in Silverdale.

The Wolves, who scored 3,112 points to outlast second-place Yelm (2,782), advance to Saturday’s district tournament at Pacific Lanes in Tacoma.

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