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KW's Redfern is MVP of Sea-Tac

Lindsey Redfern of King’s West was named most valuable player of the Sea-Tac League’s South Division in basketball.

Redfern, a senior, averaged a team-high 16.2 points for a young Warriors’ team that finished 18-7. King’s West sophomore Taryn Hanley was a first-team all-league selection.

King’s West juniors Blake Anderson and Brandin Jones were first-team picks on the Sea-Tac’s boys all-league team. Anderson averaged 18.2 points and 10.4 rebounds. Jones, KW’s floor general, averaged 8.5 points for the Warriors (12-11).

Rick Walker was named the Sea-Tac’s boys coach of the year. KW’s boys and girls both won the league’s sportsmanship awards.

Baseball

Monday, March 25

Gig Harbor 13, at Olympic 8 — Seven Trojan errors led to eight unearned runs for the Tides in the Narrows League Bridge Division game at the Fairgrounds. First baseman Jordan Duncan was 2-for-4 with a long solo home run and sophomore Ray Exum delivered a bases-loaded triple for the Olympic (0-2 league, 0-5 overall), which plays Thursday, March 28 at Cascade (Everett).

At Port Angeles 9, Central Kitsap 1 — Defense also cost the visiting Cougars, whose seven errors led to six unearned runs for Port Angeles. Central (1-1 league, 2-1 overall) plays at Gig Harbor Thursday, March 28.

Saturday, March 23

Shorewood 15, at Olympic 3 — Shorewood jumped on the young Trojans. Olympic sophomore Jeff Shaw was 2 for 3 with a triple and 2 RBI. Reid Kessler, another sophomore, pitched six innings of relief. Kessler struck out six, but walked 10.

Friday, March 22

At Central Kitsap 4, North Kitsap 3 — Josh Goffin delivered a one-out, bases-loaded single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Central the victory. Goffin drove in Tim Allen, who started the inning with a leadoff single.

Port Angeles 9, at Olympic 2 — Olympic’s Jessie Pamaran drove in two runs with a base hit in the first inning, but visiting PA dominated the rest of the way.

Tennis

Monday, March 25

Olympic 3, at South Kitsap 2 — Olympic’s Christie Ygona and Kendel Cosner were down a set and trailed 2-5 in the second set when they rallied to win 11 straight games. Ygona and Coster ended up winning 1-6, 7-5, 6-0 to clinch the victory for the Trojans. Erika Feltus and Rebekah Kelstad won singles matches for Olympic.

Soccer

Saturday, March 23

At Central Kitsap 4, Klahowya 0 — Nick Van Buecken scored two first-half goals, one on a long throw-in that the Klahowya goalkeeper misjudged, and another on a header. Danish exchange student Oscar Svendsen scored two second-half goals for the Cougars (2-3-1 overall, 0--2-1 league). Klahowya (1-4, overall, 1-1 Nisqually League) hosted Foster on Tuesday, March 26 and Vashon today, March 27 in Nisqually matches.

Olympic 8, at Lynnwood 1 — Joel Nelson scored three goals as the visiting Trojans (5-1 overall) had little trouble with Lynnwood.

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