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SK Peewees ‘B’ Grey
close perfect season
Coach Bill Brasch guided the South Kitsap Peewees “B” Grey to a 10-0 record with a 12-0 win against Chico on Nov. 8 in the ‚ÄòB’ Division County Championship at Joe Knowles Field.
Behind the blocking of an offensive line that featured Dalton Deisler and Tyler Ludlow, Terro Bell averaged 100 yards and two touchdowns per game. The offense averaged 33.5 points per game.
The defense, which surrendered just 4.3 points per contest, was led by Dshaun Booker and Marshaud Dewalt at linebacker, Zachary Ringer at nose guard and Joel Sherman at cornerback.
SK baseball players
sign with schools
South Kitsap pitcher Collin Monagle and third baseman Brady Steiger announced before last baseball season began where they would play collegiately. In March, the right-handed Monagle announced that he selected the University of Washington over an offer from Oregon State. Steiger chose Washington State over Oregon.
The two made it official last week when they signed letters to play for the respective schools. The 6-foot-6 Monagle, who had shoulder surgery during the summer, mostly was limited to designated hitter last season. He hit .372 in 43 at-bats.
South coach Jim Fairweather said he plans to shift Steiger to shortstop in the spring to replace the graduated Tyler Sartor. Steiger finished with a .418 batting average and had a team-high .644 on-base percentage and five home runs.
Signups set for
Registration for South Kitsap Youth Athletics Association boys basketball for first through 12th graders is 4 to 6 p.m. today and Sunday at Buck’s A&W.
All games and practices are played at local schools Monday through Thursday evenings.
The season for first and second graders and fifth and sixth graders is Dec. 1 through Jan. 29. For third and fourth graders and seventh through 12th graders, it runs from Feb. 2 to March 19.
The participation fee is $60.
Coaches and referees also may sign-up during registration.
Village Greens Men’s Club Sweeps winners
First flight (net score): 1, D. Bell 60; 2, F. Ferguson 61; 3, C. Hamrick 63; 4, D. Plunkett 64; 5, R. King 66.
Second flight (net score): 1, G. Sipe 55; 2, S. Lilyquist 57; 3, P. King 62; 4, L. Hink 62.
Third flight (net score): 1, T. Hokanson 61; 2, D. Williams 63; 3, C. Preston 67; 4, K. Linden 72. KP’S
Hole No. 3 (distance): 1, S. Lilyquist 9-10; 2, F. Ferguson 19-7; 3, C. Hambrick 36-11.
Hole No. 4 (distance): 1, L. Hink 35-9.
Hole No. 7 (distance): 1, K. Linden 26-6; 2, S. Lilyquist 27-6; 3, C. Preston 32-6.
All-Narrows League Volleyball team
MVP-Outside hitter Marlayna Geary, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Setter Brigit Miller, Olympia, sr.
Coach of the year-Laurie Creighton, Olympia.
First team-Outside hitter Racheal Diehl, Central Kitsap, sr.; Opposite Anna Guenther, Gig Harbor, jr.; Middle blocker Brittney Jansen, Stadium, sr.; Outside hitter Nicole Mertens, Olympia, sr.; Outside hitter Michelle O’Brien, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Libero Megan Triggs, jr..
Second team-Outside hitter Lisa Chulich, Olympia, jr.; Opposite Natimia Doss, Wilson, sr.; Middle blocker Katy Ferguson, Stadium, sr.; Middle blocker, Stephanie Osterdahl, South Kitsap, sr.; Outside hitter Natalie Pfaff, Central Kitsap, sr.; Outside hitter Kelsey Potter, Gig Harbor, sr.; Outside hitter Laura Roberts, Wilson, jr..
Honorable mentions (SK only): Setter Cortney Echternach, sr.
Girls Soccer team
Player of the year-Tianna Brockway, Stadium, sr.
Coaches of the year-Michael Krug, South Kitsap; John Baretta, Stadium.
First team-Goalkeeper: Ciarra Pederson, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Rachel Green, Olympia, sr. Defender: Kaitlyn Pavlovich, Bellarmine Prep, jr.; Kayla Russ, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Sarah Katterhagen, Bellarmine Prep, jr.; Lindsay Emery, Gig Harbor, sr.; Jill Lahmann, Olympia, sr.; Alyssa Nystrom, South Kitsap, sr.; Rachel McMahon, Stadium, jr.; Sierra Wang, Stadium, sr. Midfielder: Claire Yearin, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Hannah Anderson, Central Kitsap, sr.; Kelsey Fuik, Olympia, sr.; Marina Austin, Olympia, sr.; Christina Boddie, South Kitsap, jr.; Tianna Brockway, Stadium, sr.; Morgan Swanson, Stadium, jr. Forward: Stephanie Hamilton, Bellarmine Prep, fr.; Josie Graybeal, Gig Harbor, jr.; Monica Araujo, Lincoln, jr.; Sammi Thompson, Olympia, jr.; Chelsea Jennings, Stadium, sr.
Second team-Goalkeeper: Holly Sieler, South Kitsap, jr.; Defender: Sarah Hedglin, Bellarmine Prep, soph.; Allie Washburn, Central Kitsap, sr.; Sarah MacDonald, Gig Harbor, sr.; Lizzy Unterbrink, Gig Harbor, jr.; Deidra Woodward, Olympia, soph.; Erin Ranney, Shelton, sr.; Brianna Waldron, South Kitsap, jr.; Riley Dopps, South Kitsap, soph.; Lacee Scott, Stadium, soph.; Marissa Golesh, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Lauren Bonck, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Rebekah Daniel, Central Kitsap, jr.; Kirsten Anthony, Central Kitsap, soph.; Brittany Schroeder, Gig Harbor, sr.; Hanna Massee, Gig Harbor, soph.; Forward: Emma Ostergren, Gig Harbor, soph.; Tori Fairweather, South Kitsap, sr.; Taylor Swanson, Bellarmine Prep, jr.; Lindsey Felt, Stadium, fr.
Honorable mentions (SK only): Crystal Polen, sr.