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South Kitsap’s girls soccer players converge to celebrate what’s believed to be the school’s first win in that sport against Bellarmine Prep. Kaurie Wiggins scored the goal on an assist by Kelsey Callaghan to give the Wolves a 1-0 victory Tuesday. - Mike Westermann photo
South Kitsap’s girls soccer players converge to celebrate what’s believed to be the school’s first win in that sport against Bellarmine Prep. Kaurie Wiggins scored the goal on an assist by Kelsey Callaghan to give the Wolves a 1-0 victory Tuesday.
— image credit: Mike Westermann photo

SK upsets No. 2

Bellarmine Prep

New South Kitsap girls soccer coach Michael Krug already has his signature win.

Senior outside-midfielder Kaurie Wiggins took a 35-yard cross from sophomore Kelsey Callaghan and first-touched it into the back of the net as the Wolves upset No. 2-ranked Bellarmine Prep 1-0 Tuesday night in Narrows League play at Joe Knowles Field.

“I’m thrilled in the manner that I highly respect Joey Waters as a coach,” said Krug, referring to the longtime Bellarmine Prep coach who gave him a test for one of his national coaching licenses. “There’s no reason why South Kitsap shouldn’t be a powerhouse with the number of students we have. It was nice to see them finally show up and play to have success.”

It’s believed to be the first win by South (4-2 overall, 3-1 league) over the Lions (4-1-2, 2-1) in girls soccer.

“It was a big win,” Krug said. “There’s a lot of positives that can be built from the win.”

Goalkeeper Holly Sieler earned the shutout for South.

At South Kitsap 1,

Bellarmine Prep 0

First half-1, South Kitsap, Kaurie Wiggins (Kelsey Callaghan), 27th minute.

Wolves’ volleyball team sweeps Mount Tahoma

Karinne Nelson had five aces and Cortney Ecternach added eight assists as the South Kitsap volleyball team swept Mount Tahoma 25-16, 25-12, 25-14, Tuesday in Narrows League play. Angel Sheldon also had five kills for the Wolves (3-4 overall, 1-2 league).

Sharp leads SK to sweep against Lincoln

Cierra Sharp won both the 200-yard freestyle and 100 backstroke to help lead the South Kitsap girls swimming and diving team to a 144-39 win Tuesday at Lincoln in Narrows League play.

The Wolves (5-0) won every event.

South Kitsap 144,

at Lincoln 39

200 medley relay-1, South Kitsap (Angela Pearson, Ashlee Becker, Nicole Hinely, Allyson Wester), 2:02.86. 200 freestyle-1, Cierra Sharp (SK), 2:25.56. 200 individual medley-1, Pearson (SK), 2:32.2. 50 freestyle-1, Wester (SK), 26.7. Diving-1, Taylor Waggoner (SK), 106.2. 100 butterfly-1, Amarian Allred (SK), 1:10.87. 100 freestyle-1, Becker (SK), 59.37. 500 freestyle-1, Hinely (SK), 5:21.99. 200 freestyle relay-1, South Kitsap (Hinely, Becker, Wester, Johanna Steinbrink), 1:51.19. 100 backstroke-1, Sharp (SK), 1:15.04. 100 breaststroke-1, Kelsey Bagley (SK), 1:28.68.

Westsound U17

teams plays to tie

Greater Renton took an early lead on a free kick, but Westsound U17 was able to draw a tie when Parker Noble took a second-half pass from Erik Trogdon and struck it past the goalkeeper Tuesday. Westsound won its previous match Sept. 21, 3-1, against the Spokane Falcons.

Austin Arper had two goals in that match, while Anthony Toombs added the final goal for Westsound.

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