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South Kitsap junior Molly Werder sets up to defend against North Kitsap. - Jesse Beals/Staff Photo
South Kitsap junior Molly Werder sets up to defend against North Kitsap.
— image credit: Jesse Beals/Staff Photo

Fairweather, Osterdahl

lead Wolves to win

South Kitsap girls basketball team improved to 2-0 Monday with a 46-37 nonleague win against North Kitsap.

The Wolves led just 21-20 at halftime, but moved ahead in the second half as senior Tori Fairweather scored a game-high 14 points.

Forward Stephanie Osterdahl also added 13 points for South.

At South Kitsap 46,

North Kitsap 37

North Kitsap — Markey 7, Carter 2, Taplin 4, Ritter 0, Nilles 3, Byers 2, Coleman 0, Blevins 2, Bough 10, Hughes 7.

South Kitsap — Kelsey Callaghan 9, Chelnesha Thuring 2, Stephanie Osterdahl 13, Amanda Feeney 0, Ashlee Stoner 0, Tori Fairweather 14, Danielle Stewart 0, Angel Sheldon 2, Molly Werder 6.

SK fastpitch star signs

with UNC Greensboro

UNC Greensboro announced Tuesday that it signed three fastpitch players, including South Kitsap infielder Ally Johnson.

A three-year varsity member at South, Johnson owns a .480 career batting average.

The North Carolina-based school also signed catcher Chelsea D’Ambrosio from Houston and Heather Robb from Apex, N.C.

“I am very excited about our 2009 recruiting and feel that it is a true privilege to welcome Chelsea, Ally and Heather and their families into the Spartan Softball program,” UNC Greensboro coach Jennifer Herzig said in a release.

Atwater shines in

win for George Fox

South Kitsap graduate Evan Atwater scored 21 points to help lead George Fox to a 78-76 win against Northwest Christian University in a nonconference game Tuesday at the Wheeler Sports Center’s Miller Gym in Newberg, Ore.

Atwater connected on a trio of 3-pointers during the game as the Bruins improved to 2-4.

Umpires wanted

for spring sports

Peninsula Umpires is searching for people to work this spring.

Training to work games at high schools begins in early January.

Men and women are sought to umpire baseball, fastpitch and slowpitch softball in Kitsap and Mason counties.

The training is a free, comprehensive program with certification available. Check http://peninsulaumpires.org for the complete schedule.

Peninsula Umpires officiate games from youth through college.

All members must pass a Washington State Patrol background check.

Umpires are paid for every game worked in addition to a travel fee.

All-Narrows League

football selections

MVP: Howie McDonald, Central Kitsap, sr.

Offensive MVP: Chet Thompson, Gig Harbor, sr.

Defensive MVP: Richie Meier, Central Kitsap, sr.

Staffs of the Year: Central Kitsap, Olympia

First team

Offense

Quarterback: Lucas Schindele, Bellarmine Prep, sr. Running backs: Ronald Baines, Mount Tahoma, sr.; Dylan Parsons, Olympia, sr.; Desmond Trufant, Wilson, sr. Offensive line: Steve Brazel, Olympia, sr.; Nick Johnson, Gig Harbor, sr.; Jeff King, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Brian Kuznek, South Kitsap, sr.; Desmond Petty, Stadium, sr. Wide receivers: Garrett Hall, Olympia, sr.; Leon La Deaux, South Kitsap, jr.; Christian Wesley, Central Kitsap, jr. Tight end: Folauga Perosi, Foss, jr.

Defense

Defensive line: Cody Alfonso, Olympia, sr.; John Barr, Mount Tahoma, sr.; Andy Fuller, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Drew Reynolds, Foss, sr. Linebackers: Cole Adams, Central Kitsap, sr.; Beau Baldassin, Bellarmine Prep, sr.; Jim Dahl, Gig Harbor, sr.; Andrew Lankow, Olympia, sr.; T.J. Rhodes, South Kitsap, sr. Defensive backs: Tanner Davis, Gig Harbor, sr.; Jared Moore, South Kitsap, sr.; Kramer Skidmore, Olympia, sr.; Desmond Trufant, Wilson, sr.

Special teams

Punter: Lucas Schindele, Bellarmine Prep, sr. Kicker: Jay Ubben, Gig Harbor, sr. Returner: Julian Cruell, Foss, jr. Long snapper: Kevin Rowe, Olympia, sr.

Second team

Offense

Quarterback: Jason Simonis, Central Kitsap, sr. Running backs: Sean Allison, South Kitsap, sr.; Julian Cruell, Foss, jr.; Jordan Russell, Lincoln, soph.; Nico Youngren, Gig Harbor, sr. Offensive line: Conner Cheser, Central Kitsap, jr.; Abe Schauderhaff, Shelton, sr.; Drew Schultz, Olympia, jr.; Theo Solomon, Lincoln, sr.; Luv St. Andre, Foss, sr.; Spencer Williams, Central Kitsap, jr. Wide receivers: Allen Brown, Foss, sr.; Jamal Byrd, Foss, jr.; Tyler Tryon, Stadium, sr. Tight end: Austin Salley, Central Kitsap, sr.

Defense

Defensive line: Griffin Boudia, Olympia, soph.; Scott Crichton, Foss, jr.; Brandon Durham, Central Kitsap, sr.; Brandon Taft, Bellarmine Prep, sr. Linebackers: Drew Johnson, Olympia, sr.; Denzzel Martin, Stadium, sr.; Sheldon Pyke, Foss, sr.; Kerry Stabler, Lincoln, sr.; Nick Truckey, Bellarmine Prep, sr. Defensive backs: Donta’ Harris, Mount Tahoma, sr.; Jeff Filmer, Gig Harbor, sr.; Brett McDonald, Central Kitsap, soph.; Jordan Rhett, Bellarmine Prep, jr.

Special teams

Punters: Bill Minter, Gig Harbor, sr.; Dominick Vizzare, Stadium, jr. Kicker: Sam Bingaman, Olympia, sr. Returner: H’Arion Gaulden, Central Kitsap, sr. Long snapper: Colin Carter, Stadium, sr.

Honorable mention

(South Kitsap only)

Nick Boss, offensive line, jr.; Brad Fairweather, tight end, sr.; Robert Issa, linebacker, jr.; Drew Klopfstein, kicker, sr.; Sean Korf, defensive back, sr.; Leon La Deaux, punter, jr.; Chris Nenninger, long snapper, jr.; Ryan Williams, running back, sr.; Andrew Yaptinchay, offensive line, sr.

Village Green

Men’s Club

Sweeps Winners

Nov. 26

First flight (net score): F. Ferguson 56, R. King 62, D. Bell 65. Second flight (net score): S. Lilyquist 55, J. George 60, W. Knutson 66. Third flight (net score): G. Sipe 59, P. King 59, K. Dazelle 61.

KP’s

Hole 5: Knutson 9-9, Sipe 17-2, Ferguson 18-0. Hole 8: C. Preston 8-0, George 16-2.

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