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Nine goals, one game: BHS girls soccer rolls
After a particularly sloppy loss to Klahowya, Colette Lyons was candid in her critique of the Bremerton girls soccer team.
“We haven’t been scoring,” the first-year coach said following the 4-2 setback Sept. 29. “I’ve changed it up on defense and offense, but they just can’t finish.”
It appears as though the team got the memo.
The Lady Knights nearly doubled their total offensive output on the season with a 9-0 victory against Sequim at Memorial Stadium on Tuesday. The team, which entered the game having scored 10 goals in seven games, scored five times in the first half and added four more in the second to extend its winning streak to two games.
Hallee Worrall, Angelique White and Courtney Williams scored two goals apiece, and Sabrena Cohen, Racheal Pratt and Abby Neal each scored once.
The Lady Knights (3-6-0 overall, 2-4-0 league) faced Kingston yesterday, but results from that game were unavailable at press time. The team trailed Port Angeles by 1.5 games for the third and final Class 3A playoff spot in the combined 3A/2A Olympic League entering yesterday’s action.
The Bremerton volleyball team had its two-game winning streak snapped Tuesday in a 3-0 (19-25, 13-25, 10-25) loss at home to Sequim.
Lilly Kimple led BHS (2-7, 2-4) with 24 digs. The team hosts North Mason at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Erin Woolnough and Casey Burt earned two individual first-place finishes apiece and swam legs on two winning relays to lead the Bremerton girls swim team to an 86-56 victory over Sequim on the road Tuesday.
Woolnough, a freshman, helped the 200-yard medley relay team to a winning time of 2 minutes, 25.66 seconds and the 400 freestyle relay to a winning time of 4:55.95. She captured individual firsts in the 100 butterfly (1:17.67) and 100 backstroke (1:15.11).
Burt, a junior, joined Woolnough on both relays and took first in the 200 IM (3:01.54) and 500 free (6:58.22). The 200 free relay team of Ari Kuykendall, Miranda Shearer, Miriam Campbell and Alison Jacques posted a first-place time of 2:26.36, while junior Katie Hanson won the 100 breast (1:38.14).
The team visits Klahowya at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 15.