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Bremerton, CK sports roundup | April 8
Crosspoint’s Mosey earns state honors
Crosspoint Academy senior Breyenne Mosey was selected as an honorable mention on the all-state prep girls basketball team March 31.
The senior post player averaged 16.3 points and 13.3 rebounds per game for the Class 2B Warriors this season.
Mosey also tallied 2.8 steals per contest. Last month, she was also named to the all-Sea-Tac League’s first team. Crosspoint went 13-9 overall, 7-5 against the league.
Pumas agree to terms with 11 players
The Kitsap Pumas Soccer Club announced Tuesday that it agreed to terms with 11 athletes to compete in the upcoming outdoor professional season.
The players include midfielder Nik Besagno, goalkeeper Dutsyn Brim, midfielder Matt Friesen, midfielder David Gray, defender Taylor Hyde, defender Mark Lee, defender Daniel Scott, midfielder Greg Miley, forward Warlen Silva, midfielder Bryan Burke and goalkeeper Bryan Meredith.
All 11 agreed to one-year contracts with a one-year club option.
Gray and Silva arrive to Kitsap after playing professionally in Scotland and Brazil, respectively. Meredith was drafted by the Seattle Sounders in the second round of the 2011 Super Draft last January. Both Meredith and Burke are rookies.
Besagno has the most professional experience of the signees with six years.
Meanwhile, Brim, Lee, Scott and midfielder and striker Cameron Hepple all earned league honors in the past two seasons. Hepple is currently under contract with the soccer club.
The Pumas play in the United Soccer League’s Premier Development League. Kitsap opens the season May 1 at Vancouver, and its home opener is scheduled for May 8 against Victoria.
OC track teams compete in Tacoma
The Olympic College distance men’s and women’s track teams earned top-10 finishes in Tacoma last weekend.
The squads placed ninth and 10th overall, respectively, at the J.D. Shotwell Invitational April 2 at the University of Puget Sound.
Freshman Andrew Crock led the Rangers with a fourth-place finish in the 800-meter run, which he completed in 2:01.45 minutes.
OC baseball loses eighth straight
The Olympic College baseball team extended its losing streak to eight games with back-to-back home losses to Douglas College (British Columbia) April 3.
The doubleheader marked the start of league play for the Rangers.
Douglas College won both games, 1-0 and 7-3.
Freshman Allen Hewey, a Central Kitsap High School graduate, received the loss in the first game. He allowed one earned run in five innings.
The Rangers are 0-2 in league play, 3-11-1 overall. Olympic College is scheduled to play Skagit Valley College (Mount Vernon) Saturday, April 9.
The team has cancelled five games this season due to rain.
Rangers softball earns first win
The Olympic College softball team split its doubleheader with Douglas College March 29, earning its first win of the season.
The Rangers won the second game 10-5, while freshman pitcher Jillian Stewart earned the victory.
Douglas College beat Olympic College 10-2 in the first game. The Rangers committed six errors in the loss.
The program has cancelled eight games this season, including two preseason tournaments, due to rain.
ISPN Sports to recap Rangers
Kevin Mac will broadcast live coverage of the ISPN Sports Show from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday with highlights and interviews from the past week of high school sports on www.ispnsports.com. Mac will also feature Olympic College athletics.
The show will include highlights and interviews from Rangers players and coaches.
The network is scheduled to broadcast Olympic College’s baseball doubleheader against Skagit Valley College at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 9.
Discount Mariners tickets on sale at Olympic High
The Olympic High School baseball team will play Foss High School (Tacoma) in a non-league game April 16 at Safeco Field in Seattle.
But in order to be invited back in 2012 the team needs to sell 1,000 Seattle Mariners tickets by this summer.
The Mariners tickets are for a June 2 game against Tampa Bay. The seats are in the 300 level and are on sale for $12, $4 of that will go directly to the program.
The face value price is $20. Any individual or group who purchases 25 or more tickets for the Mariners game will have their name or business shown on the large television screen during the Rays’ game in June.
The game is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Olympic is the lone Class 2A school selected for the High School Classic, which features 12 teams from Washington state.
Foss is a 3A school. Unlike Olympic, the spring game won’t be Foss’ first at Safeco. The Falcons beat Nathan Hale High School (Seattle) 6-2 last year.
For more information, contact Andrews at (360) 662-2711, or e-mail at email@example.com.
Olympic tennis beats Bremerton
The Olympic High School girls tennis team defeated Bremerton High School 4-3 Tuesday.
The doubles pairs of Emily Crossthwaite-Bria Mcginley, Brandi Vitalich-Morgan Estep and Janiele Prugaitis-Valerie Kruger helped the Trojans oust the Knights.
Bremerton picked up one doubles win when Maelonni Howard and Abby Neil defeated Kaitlyn Bosshardt and Kaiti Flores 6-4, 6-4.
The Knights won two of three singles matches in the Olympic League meet. Breanna Casias defeated Olympic’s Zoe Reeve 6-1, 6-0, while Megan Arriolla beat Kristine Garcia 6-3, 6-1.
Olympic won its sole singles match when Jessica McMullen beat Ashley Chidester 7-6 (7-2), 6-3.