Bay foes stuff Bridge rivals
June 11, 2008 · Updated 4:53 PM
Central Kitsap didnt have an answer for Foss speed.
Bremerton, once again, didnt have an answer for its own imploding ways.
And Olympic High didnt have an answer for just about anything Lincoln threw at the Trojans.
Yes, it was a tough night on Friday, Dec. 7 for Class 4A Narrows League Bridge Division boys basketball teams.
Visiting Foss belted the Cougars 72-54, Bellarmine handed Narrows Bridge favorite Bremerton its third straight loss, 55-49, and defending state champion Lincoln whipped Olympic, 83-46.
Elsewhere on that night, Wilson stopped Port Angeles 63-58 and Olympia beat North Kitsap 79-54.
South Kitsap (2-0), Gig Harbor (2-0) and Port Angeles (1-1) were the only Bridge Division schools to win during crossovers with the Bay Division.
In league openers tonight, South Kitsap hosts Bremerton at 6 p.m., Olympic entertains Port Angeles and North Kitsap is at Central Kitsap in 7:30 p.m. games. Gig Harbor has a bye.
Foss 72, at Central Kitsap 54 Central, down 30-28 with five minutes left in the third quarter, came unglued late in the period as Foss scored 15 points in a 2:44 span to take control. Lukas Hennes 18 points led CK (1-3).
At Bellarmine 55, Bremerton 49 Offensive execution continued to plague the Knights, who were within a point heading into the final period. Marvin Williams 13 points led BHS (1-3).
At Lincoln 83, Olympic 46 The Abes cranked it up early in their season opener against the Trojans (1-3), busting out to an 18-0 lead. Lincoln led 71-29 after three quarters.
Klahowya 70, at Crescent 12 This was another mismatch as the Eagles (2-1) flew to a 21-0 lead after one quarter and led 37-4 at the half and 54-6 after three quarters.
Central Kitsap 53, at Foss 47 The Cougars (2-2) played their three best quarters of the season and held on in the fourth. Nicole Zygmontowicz had 18 points for CK.
At Lincoln 55, Olympic 36 The Trojans first away game wasnt a memorable one as the Trojans (3-1) trailed throughout. Kim Fairbanks had 13 points for Oly.
Stadiuim 61, at Klahowya 48 Emily Jolley scored all 20 of her points in the first half for the Eagles (0-3), who stumbled after leading 36-32 at the break.
Bellarmine 60, at Bremerton 37 A slow start doomed the Lady Knights (0-3).