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BHS kicks off fall season Friday

Bremerton football coach Nate Gillam is hoping to pick up more wins this season for the Knights, who begin the season Friday at Silverdale Stadium against Klahowya.  - Jesse Beals/file photo 2006
Bremerton football coach Nate Gillam is hoping to pick up more wins this season for the Knights, who begin the season Friday at Silverdale Stadium against Klahowya.
— image credit: Jesse Beals/file photo 2006

The Bremerton Knights are hoping 2007 will kick off much like 2006 did: with a win.

After beating the Klahowya Eagles (1-9 in 2006) in last year’s season opener, the Knights are hoping repeat the 21-14 win Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Silverdale Stadium.

What the Knights are not hoping for however is a repeat of what happened after the victory, which at the time snapped a losing streak of 20 games dating back to 2003.

Following coach Nate Gilliam’s first win at the helm, the Knights dropped nine straight to finish last season at 1-9 in the first year of the resurrected Olympic League.

Currently Bremerton is away at a week-long camp in Randle. Check the Sept. 1 issue of the Bremerton Patriot for a full season preview and see the Sept. 5 of the Central Kitsap Reporter for coverage of the team’s opener with the Eagles.

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