Trojans slapped down by 'Riders
June 11, 2008 · Updated 4:45 PM
"Bob Cox scored Port Angeles' final goal and assisted on Tyson Young's first-half tally as the Roughriders dealt the Olympic High School boys soccer team's postseason hopes a crushing blow, beating the Trojans 3-1 Monday at Silverdale Stadium.The defeat dropped Oly five points behind PA in the race for the league's No. 2 district playoff berth as the regular season's second half got under way.Bainbridge 3, Klahowya 1: Steven Suraci's goal five minutes before halftime proved the clincher for the Spartans in their game against winless Klahowya, as the second half didn't produce a goal for either team.Brandon Hintz, a converted goalkeeper, scored Klahowya's goal to pull the Eagles within one after they let in two Bainbridge scores in the first 10 minutes.Central Kitsap 6, North Kitsap 2: The Cougars hammered North, building a 5-0 lead as Keith Cain scored two goals and added an assist and Dan Dickinson and Brandon Screen checked in with a goal and an assist each.BaseballJake Higgs homered and went 3 for 4 for Central Kitsap, but visiting Port Angeles countered with 13 hits in a 9-2 victory over the Cougs Wednesday at Huey Field. Greg Hlebechuk added two hits for CK.FastpitchOlympic got a combined two-hitter from Megan Tetzlaff and Celeste Kajiyama and three hits from catcher Sarah Pedroza on its way to a 5-2 road victory Monday over Port Townsend.Kajiyama, who came on in relief in the fifth inning, faced nine batters and struck out seven for the Trojans, and added two hits and two RBIs to their 10-hit total.Klahowya 7, Bremerton 4: Teresa Sjostrom went 4 for 4 at the plate and drove in four runs to lead the Eagles past Class 4A Bremerton. Jill Bruins tossed a four-hitter and struck out 12 for Klahowya, which won despite committing six errors on the Knights' home field at Lions Park.King's West 3, University Prep 1: Susan Cooper denied the Pumas a hit over eight innings, striking out 19 in the Sea-Tac League game Wednesday at Seattle. GolfDylan Robbins fired a 2-over-par 73 on his home course to lead Central Kitsap to a season-high 145 points and a rout of visiting Port Angeles, which totaled 104.All five CK golfers shot 82 or better, with junior John Hausdorf finishing three shots off Robbins' medal pace at 76.Bainbridge 141, Olympic 134: Joe Lanza led a balanced Bainbridge team as it handed Oly its first league defeat Monday at Rolling Hills. Four different Trojan players broke 80, led by Geoff Kelstrup's 76. Chris Piercy added a 77 and Scott Lake and Brian Tift both carded 78s.North Kitsap 146, Klahowya 105: The Eagles' Greg Johnson set a school record for the second time in less than two weeks with his 6-over 77 Wednesday at Gold Mountain's Cascade Course.TennisOlympic swept the doubles points, including one forfeit, to clinch a 5-2 victory over Klahowya Monday at the Fairgrounds.Rick Camarce and Erika Feltus won singles matches for the Trojans, who then put the match in their pockets with wins in boys doubles (by Jordan Kolstad and Cory Dunn) and girls doubles (Kendal Cosner and Haley Shapley).Track and fieldEric Roy of Central Kitsap notched a second-place finish in the 100-yard dash at last weekend's Pasco Invitational, the top finish by any of the local representatives.The Cougars' Cathleen Willy was fourth in the 3,200.Eagles go 1-1: Klahowya's boys and girls teams split a three-way meet April 13 at Port Angeles, bowing to the powerful Class 4A Roughriders, but out-pointing North Kitsap.Eric Mischenko edged Klahowya teammate Ryan Williams in a near photo-finish for the 100 title, but Williams later got first places in long jump and triple jump, while Mischenko rang up another win in the 200. "