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SPORTS BRIEFS | South Kitsap seniors select college destinations

April 16, 2014 · Updated 3:49 PM

Thirteen South Kitsap seniors announced their college plans during a signing party Wednesday morning at the high school.

Soccer, which usually has the most players partake in the celebration during the spring signing period, again dominated the gathering. Chelsea Foster (Shoreline Community College), Annie Santa-Cruz (Olympic College), Kira Stanley (Corban College in Oregon) and Emily Wilkins (Olympic) were among South’s girls soccer players who announced their college destinations. On the boys side, Aaron Weathington said he will play at Olympic.

The Wolves’ baseball program featured four players who announced where they will play next season. They included Logan Knowles (Navy), Tanner Paulson (Treasure Valley Community College in Oregon), Tyler Pinkerton (Everett Community College) and Kody Wilson (Olympic).

The school’s other four seniors that selected colleges included Caulin Bakalarski (basketball, Eastern Oregon); Li’i Kalima (football, Mississippi State); Alyssa Soete (crew, Portland); and Hannah Spohn (fastpitch, Washington University in Maryland).

Wolves end losing streak

Drew Camacho went 4 for 5 and hit a pair of home runs to help South to an 18-7 win that ended a four-game losing streak for the Wolves Tuesday at Central Kitsap in Class 4A Narrows League play.

Kendall Clausen and Hannah Spohn also hit home runs and had three hits for South (4-4 overall, 1-4 league).


South Kitsap 18, at Central Kitsap 7

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Leading hitters-Drew Camacho (SK) 4-5 2B 2 HR 2 RBI 4 runs, Shelby Reyes (SK) 2-4 2 RBI 4 runs, Hannah Spohn (SK) 3-5 HR 5 RBI 4 runs, Kendall Clausen (SK) 3-5 HR 4 RBI 2 runs.


At Bellarmine Prep 6, South Kitsap 5

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Leading hitter-Maddy Watson (SK) 2-4 2B.

Wolves washed out

South’s game against Stadium on Wednesday at Heidelberg Park in Tacoma again was postponed because of rain. No makeup date has been scheduled.

The Wolves remained undefeated in 4A Narrows League play with a 3-2 victory Monday against Gig Harbor. Mac McCarty, who struck out seven in 5 1/3 innings, also had three hits. South (10-3 overall, 7-0 league) hosts Timberline at 4 p.m. today.


At South Kitsap 3, Gig Harbor 2
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Leading hitters-Barnett (GH) 2-3 RBI run, Mac McCarty (SK) 3-3 2B 2 RBI run.


At Newport 1, South Kitsap 0
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