Three Silverdale teams advance to pee wee finals

Silverdale will be well represented in the Kitsap County Pee Wee Association’s championship football games on Saturday, Nov. 10, at North Mason High School.

Silverdale advanced squads from the A, B and C levels to title games. Silverdale’s A team (3-4) upset regular-season champion and previously unbeaten Chico, 24-19, in the semifinals and will meet North Perry (5-2) at 4:15 p.m. KITZ (1400 AM) radio will broadcast the game.

The B Level game, matching Silverdale (7-1) and Bainbridge (8-0), starts at 2 p.m.

Unbeatens Silverdale (8-0) and Chico (8-0) meet for the C title at noon.

East Bremerton Blue (9-0) meets Chico (8-1) in the D title game, which begins at 10 a.m.

Cubs, Falcons share title

Central Kitsap and Fairview, unbeaten junior high rivals who didn’t play each other this season, wound up tied for the league’s football championship.

The Cubs from Central Kitsap capped a 6-0 season with a season-ending 31-0 victory over Bremerton on Wednesday, Oct. 31. On the same day, the Falcons from Fairview defeated Port Angeles, 42-0.

The two Central Kitsap School District teams dominated opponents all season. CK averaged 31.1 points a game, while giving up just 5.5. Fairview averaged 29.0, while holding opponents to 5.1 a contest.

Klahowya’s junior high team finished 2-4. Bremerton was 0-6.

OC’s Sebastian honored

Olympic College’s Stella Sebastian was named NWAACC Northern Region volleyball player of the week.

The sophomore from Port Townsend had 15 kills with a hitting efficiency of 32 percent, 10 stuff blocks, 11 service aces, 108 assists and 11 digs during the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 4.

Sebastian and the Rangers played their biggest match of the season on Friday, Nov. 9, facing Bellevue in the Northern Region playoffs at Bellevue.

Winner of the match advances to the NWAACC Tournament, Nov. 15-17, also at Bellevue.

The Rangers finished sixth during the regular season; Bellevue was third. No. 4 Edmonds faced No. 5 Skagit Valley in the other playoff. Winners were scheduled to play for the No. 3 and 4 seeds later Friday. Shoreline (No. 1) and Whatcom (No. 2) have already qualified for the NWAACC tourney.

Eagles’ Moore 33rd

Klahowya’s Mary Moore placed 33rd in the state 2A cross country championships Saturday, Nov. 3 at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.

Moore, a sophomore, finished with a time of 21:08. Her name was left out of meet results published in the Central Kitsap Reporter on Wednesday, Nov. 7.

Central Kitsap’s Kim Reiland suffered a knee injury after taking a spill in the 4A race and couldn’t finish.

‘Husky Honks’ coming

KJR-AM Sport Radio’s trio of Dave “Softy” Mahler, Dick Baird and Hugh Millen — the “Husky Honks” on the airwaves — will be guest speakers at the Bremerton Athletic Roundtable’s Apple Cup meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Kitsap Golf & Country Club.

Baird, a former University of Washington assistant football coach and recruiting coordinator, has been a popular BAR speaker for years. He coached at Central Kitsap, Olympic High and Olympic College before joining Don James’ staff at the UW. Millen’s a former UW and NFL quarterback. Mahler’s a KJR talk show host.

The meeting gets under way with a social hour at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the program. The public is invited. Tickets, which include dinner, costs $15 for members, $20 for non-members. Call BAR president Mike Lillybridge at (360) 509-1387 for more information.

Stodden stopped

Bremerton’s Brock Stodden was stopped in the eighth round of a scheduled 10-round fight against Ron Pasek of Edmonton, Alberta, at the Lucky Eagle Casino in Rochester on Saturday, Nov. 3.

Stodden, fighting at his lowest weight (156 pounds) since turning pro, needed 20 stitches to close a cut on the bridge of his nose after taking a head butt in the fourth round. That’s when Pasek (11-17-1) started gaining control of the fight.

Stodden (10-8-1) took a standing eight count at the end of the seventh round and the bout was stopped in the eighth after Pasek rocked the Bremerton fighter with a series of hard shots.

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