Four local teams — three girls and one boys — are still in the hunt for a state playoff berth as the regional tournaments get underway this weekend.
The Kitsap Pumas have re-signed another member of the 2014 Premier Development League national finalist squad. Michael Chamberlain, who assumed the role of a very physical and hard-working target man for the Pumas, appeared in 17 games last season.
TACOMA — There is an old adage in sports that everyone except one person — the state champion — will be disappointed in the end.
The Central Kitsap girls are one win away from punching their ticket to this season’s Class 3A state tournament.
Senior guard wanted to avenge past playoff loses against Warriors
Invitational tryouts for the 2015 Puma soccer season will be held Feb. 14-15 at Gordon Field. Tryouts on Saturday are from 9-12 and 1:30-5 p.m.
UNIVERSITY PLACE — The Olympic High School girls bowling team took third place in the WIAA Class 3A/2A state championships at Narrows Plaza.
Local boys and girls basketball teams continue trek to state tournament.
The Kitsap Pumas, the defending Western Regional champions of the highly competitive Premier Development League, signed goalkeeper Austin Rogers this week.
TACOMA — Five Central Kitsap wrestlers claimed Class 3A Narrows League Championships Saturday at Foss High School.
Four players scored in double figures as the Central Kitsap girls got a thrilling 57-54 win at home over Kelso in the Class 3A West Central District/Southwest bi-district playoff game on Feb. 11.
Central Kitsap finishes fourth at 3A Narrows League meet
The Crosspoint girls defeated Northwest Yeshiva, 57-43, to advance to the championship finals of the Sea-Tac League 1B tournament on Feb. 9.
District and league tournaments tipoff this week for local Class 3A, 2A, 1A and 1B teams looking to reach their respective state tournaments.
Lacrosse engages all players on the field. This team is open to girls in grades 9-12 who attend school in the North Kitsap, Bremerton and South Kitsap districts.
Photos from Daily Herald/Sound Publishing photographers Kevin Clark and Genna Martin.