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 South Kitsap followed up a tie against Central Kitsap with a win versus Lincoln and a loss at Gig Harbor this week. Dopps had one of the Wolves’ seven goals against Lincoln. - Jesse Beals/Staff Photo
South Kitsap followed up a tie against Central Kitsap with a win versus Lincoln and a loss at Gig Harbor this week. Dopps had one of the Wolves’ seven goals against Lincoln.
— image credit: Jesse Beals/Staff Photo

Mixed production

for soccer team

After a 7-1 Narrows League win Tuesday against Lincoln, South Kitsap High School’s girls soccer team couldn’t manage to find the goal in a 4-0 loss Thursday at Gig Harbor.

The Wolves (5-3-1 overall, 4-2-1 league) trailed 2-0 at halftime and coach Michael Krug said the team “made some mistakes and they were compounded from there.”

It was much different against the Abes when Kailey Lyman scored three goals and Miranda Ness, Brianna Waldron, Sammy Daniels and Riley Dopps added one each.

Before the loss, South led the Narrows with 13 points.

“This loss isn’t going to cost us state,” Krug said. “There are a lot of positives.”

Volleyballers

swept by GH

Cortney Echternach had 14 assists and seven digs, but South Kitsap’s volleyball team suffered a 25-20, 25-15, 25-12 loss Tuesday against Gig Harbor. Angel Sheldon also had nine kills for the Wolves.

Gold Mountain

Ladies Club results

Oct. 7 ASB Tournament

(alternate shot, scramble and best ball)

Division 1: 1, Jody Piper and Bonnie Becke 66.5; 2, Pam Farr and Barb Evans 69; 3, Lorraine Gibbs and Kris Sharp 71. Division 2: Bobbie Lyon and Dalene Mills 65.5; 2, Dianne Hieatt and BJ Jones 66.5; 3, Colleen Shorrock and Elaine Johnson 69.5. Division 3: 1, Patricia Pieropan and BJ Weisberg 63.5; 2, Sandy Pearson and Sharon Fuller 65.75; 3, Dorothy Hayes and Mel Dawkins 71.75.

Sept. 30 Odd or Even Sweeps

Division 1: 1, Nancy Olson 29.5; 2, Mary Figgis 30; 3, Sharp 32.5. Division 2: 1, Jones 29.5; 2, Shorrock 33.5; 3, Becke and Claudia Olson 35.5. Division 3: 1, Ursula Huhta 27.5; 2, Pearson 33; 3, Laura Engbrecht 34.

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