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Girls Basketball: Two more wins means South Kitsap will head into the holiday break with a perfect record.

Junior Dana Goularte scored 14 points to lead the Wolves to a 44-37 nonleague victory Saturday against Lakeside.

South (7-0 overall, 5-0 league) also earned a 65-51 win Friday against Lincoln in Narrows League play. Senior Molly Werder had a team-best 14 points in that game, while Goularte (13) and classmate Angela Romonsky (12) both scored in double figures.

The Wolves, who play Wednesday against Roosevelt, are off to their best start in more than a decade. Their last two state-playoff teams — 2000 and 2009 — were 5-2 and 6-1 at this point, respectively.

Friday

At South Kitsap 65, Lincoln 51

Lincoln 10 8 14 19 — 51

South Kitsap 15 21 17 12 — 65

South Kitsap: Kelsey Callaghan 10, Kelsey Stoner 3, Angela Romonsky 12, Danielle Stewart 6, Ali Davis 2, Jodi Bowe 5, Dana Goularte 13, Molly Werder 14.

Saturday

At South Kitsap 44, Lakeside 37

Lakeside 7 7 12 11 — 37

South Kitsap 11 6 12 15 — 44

South Kitsap: Kelsey Callaghan 7, Kelsey Stoner 2, Angela Romonsky 3, Danielle Stewart 10, Jodi Bowe 3, Dana Goularte 14, Molly Werder 5.

Boys Basketball: South Kitsap lost its fourth consecutive game Friday, 65-48, at Lincoln.

Junior Kerry Burden paced the Wolves (3-4 overall, 1-4 league) with 11 points, while teammates Leon La Deaux and Greg Pickard each added 10.

South plays again Monday against Inglemoor in the Les Schwab Christmas Classic at Bellevue Community College.

Friday

At Lincoln 65, South Kitsap 48

South Kitsap 9 14 12 13 — 48

Lincoln 23 10 8 24 — 65

South Kitsap: Josh Dubble 2, Greg Pickard 10, Isaiah Davis 6, Kerry Burden 11, Nars Martinez 3, Cedric Brown 2, Chris Blue 0, Joey Osinski 0, Leon La Deaux 10, Riki Blas 4.

Lincoln: Clay 3, Anderson 5, Horsley 2, Russell 6, Wright 10, Barsh 1, Lewis 9, Coley 7, Dansby 3, Killian-Horace 11, Lexing 8.

Dec. 12

Anthony Thomas scored a game-high 23 points and added six rebounds and four steals to lead West Bay Auto Parts to a 47-31 win Dec. 12 against Show Time. Keithan Dennis also had seven steals for West Bay.

West Bay Auto Parts: Anthony Thomas 23, Aaron Alexander 9, Keithan Dennis 5, Adonis Herrod 2, Riley Voshell 4, Ian Davis 3, John Aguon 0, Cole Brown 0, Jacob Fort 1.

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