BREMERTON — The Olympic High School baseball team will host its Spring Break Baseball Skills Clinic on April 1.
The Kitsap Pumas signed their very own 007 this month when they added outside back Jake Bond to their roster. He is not related to James Bond -- but he is just as 'lethal' on the field with a license to thrill.
Former Bremerton High School standout and Umpqua Community College freshman Sawyer Kluge was named to the first-team of the NWAC South All-Region women’s basketball team.
Kitsap continued to add to its roster this week by signing Ash Apollon. Apollon - a highly talented and dynamic attacking threat – is the second player to be signed to the Puma's roster out of Peninsula Community College this season.
BOYS SOCCER: Klahowya 7, at Olympic 0 – Jacob Sargent scored 3 goals and added an assist in the Eagles' shutout. Dereck Carpenter and Jack Cooper had a goal and assist each, while Alex Becker added a goal in the finals minutes.
Crosspoint Academy's Deseree Doty and Cailyn Cattell, Olympic's Olivia Williams and Bremerton resident Claire Martin, of Bellarmine Prep, were selected to the Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association senior all-state basketball team this week.
The Naval Undersea Museum unveiled its latest model March 7: a 38-inch replica of the USS Grayback, a Scorpion-class submarine used during the Vietnam War.
Local players named to All-Olympic League team; Olympic High baseball team selling Mariner tickets; OHS hosting Spring Break baseball clinic set April 1
The Crosspoint Academy girls and the Olympic High boys each brought home sixth-place trophies from last weekend's Hardwood Classics in Spokane and Yakima.
There were no large Kitsap County schools present at this season’s Hardwood Classic, but that does mean the West Sound did not have a presence at the Tacoma Dome. Enter Claire Martin.
Out of sight, out of mind.
As the lights flicker on in the gym, a mahogany ball hits the hardwood, thumping like a heart and a hero’s silhouette crawls into the rafters. Les Eathorne stands alone at midcourt in the East High School gymnasium, basketball in hand. It’s 1956 and he is the school’s new — first — boys basketball coach. It’s the beginning of a decorated career at East High in Bremerton, a school Eathorne single-handedly put on the basketball map during its short existence.
This is one Stampede that keeps gaining momentum. While in the past the Kitsap Fair & Stampede Rodeo has seen considerable growth and improvements in everything from stock, to funding, to the arena floor itself, it's never seen a boon like this.