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Weather scrubs

Thursday events

Snow resulted in the closure of the South Kitsap School District on Thursday, which automatically resulted in the cancellation of all sporting events.

South Kitsap’s boys basketball team was slated to host Lincoln, while the girls basketball team was set to travel to Tacoma to play the Abes.

The Wolves’ boys swimming team also had a meet scheduled at Central Kitsap.

Athletic director Ed Santos said he hadn’t heard back from his coaches Thursday afternoon about rescheduling events.

But with the winter break approaching and several teams involved in tournaments during that time, Santos said all three events likely won’t be rescheduled until after the New Year.

GH holds on

to edge SK

One of South Kitsap’s biggest wins in boys basketball last season was its one-point home victory against Gig Harbor.

The Wolves now know how it feels to be on the other end of that as the Tides captured a 53-52 Narrows League win Tuesday at Gig Harbor.

South (4-2 overall, 2-2 league) trailed for most of the game, but made a fourth-quarter run. Tionne Curry, who scored a team-high 15 points, was called for an offensive foul with nine seconds left to end the Wolves’ comeback hopes.

Gig Harbor (2-3, 1-3) was led by Austin Jenkins’ 17 points, while Mike Longmire added 10 points for the Wolves.

South converted just 14 of 24 free throws.

at Gig Harbor 53,

South Kitsap 52

South Kitsap 14 7 17 14 — 52

Gig Harbor 17 12 17 7 — 53

South Kitsap—Isaiah Davis 3, Ivan Rybachuk 0, Tionne Curry 15, Austin Siegel 7, Tre Haslom 5, Joey Osinski 4, Leon La Deaux 8, Mike Longmire 10, Ricky King 0.

GH- Davis 9, Karamatic 6, Payne 2, Castle 0, Bigelow 0, Repar 13, Gagliardi 4, Jenkins 17, Hodges 2.

Wolves dominate

relays in victory

South Kitsap’s swimming team won all three relays to earn a 143-44 Narrows League win Tuesday against Shelton.

In addition to participating on multiple relay teams, Danny DeRego, Brandon Dravis and Taylor Rousell each won two events.

DeRego won the 200-yard freestyle (1 minute, 56.47 seconds) and 100 butterfly (57.79).

Dravis captured the 200 individual medley (2:08.18) and 100 backstroke (57.34).

Rousell claimed victory in the 50 freestyle (22.6) and 100 freestyle (49.51).

at South Kitsap 143,

Shelton 44

(First-place finishers): 200 medley relay-1, South Kitsap (Brandon Dravis, Justin Slezak, Brandon Lester, Zack Joachim), 1:48.14. 200 freestyle-1, Danny DeRego (SK) 1:56.47. 200 individual medley-1, Dravis (SK) 2:08.18. 50 freestyle-1, Taylor Rousell (SK) 22.6. Diving-1, Joe Rose (SK) 169.6. 100 butterfly-1, DeRego (SK) 57.79. 100 freestyle-1, Rousell (SK) 49.51. 500 freestyle-1, C. Phelan (Sh) 5:44.55. 200 freestyle relay-1, South Kitsap (DeRego, Dravis, Joachim, Rousell), 1:32.22. 100 backstroke-1, Dravis (SK) 57.34. 100 breaststroke-1, Slezak (SK) 1:04.53. 400 freestyle relay-1, South Kitsap (DeRego, Lester, Joachim, Rousell) 3:34.76.


The girls basketball preview in the Dec. 10 issue of the Independent stated that South Kitsap hasn’t posted a winning record since the 2000-01 season.The Wolves last finished with a winning record, 11-10, during the 2004-05 season.

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