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SPORTS BRIEFS | Rain washes away early South Kitsap momentum

April 11, 2014 · 4:07 PM

TACOMA — Drew Camacho hit a home run to open the game, but it will not count as South Kitsap’s nonleague game Tuesday at Wilson was called in the second inning because of rain.

The Wolves had a 3-1 lead with one out when the contest was halted. Kendall Clauson, Hannah Spohn and Shelby Reyes opened the second inning with three consecutive hits and the first two scored runs. Darian Grimm scored the Rams’ lone run.

But none of those statistics will count as the game will not be resumed. Because it is a nonleague contest, South coach Jessica Cabato said she won’t plan to reschedule the game. South (3-2 overall, 0-2 league) lost 12-2 on Monday against Olympia in a Class 4A Narrows League contest.


Olympia 12, at South Kitsap 2

Olympia 131 115 0 - 12 18 4

South Kitsap 110 000 x - 2 2 4

Leading hitters-Saelid (O) 4-4 2B run RBI, Stensby (O) 3-3 3 RBI, Turnbull (O) 3-5 2B 2 runs RBI.

Wolves earn fifth consecutive win

Mac McCarty and Tanner Paulson each had two hits to lead South Kitsap to a 5-1 win Monday against Yelm in 4A Narrows League play.

McCarty also had 10 strikeouts in five innings to help the Wolves (8-2 overall, 5-0 league) to their fifth consecutive win.

At South Kitsap 5, Yelm 1

Yelm 000 100 0 - 1 3 2

South Kitsap 111 110 x - 5 10 1

Yelm battery not available. Mac McCarty, Logan Knowles (6) and Tyler Pinkerton.

Leading hitters-McCarty (SK) 2-3 2 runs 2 RBI, Tanner Paulson (SK) 2-4 RBI.

- Staff report

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