Port Orchard Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Port Orchard, WA
3 hrs ago | via Port Orchard Orchard
Throughout South Kitsap, Seahawk decals, flags and banners are displayed at homes and businesses. Today, people will wear their Seahawk gear for "Blue Friday" to show their support for the home team. Comment?
21 hrs ago | via Port Orchard Orchard
Tree cutters have been busy hand-cutting about 160 trees to reduce the chances they'll fall onto homes and property near Bill Bloomquist Rotary Park on Madrona Drive in South Kitsap. Kitsap County Forester Arno Bergstrom said professional timber harvesters began cutting the trees on Jan. 26 and that all trees should be on the ground Jan. 30. "The trees will still need to be moved and processed for the trees that are salable," Bergstrom said. Comment?
Saturday Jan 17 | via Bremerton Patriot
For the third time this season during Saturday's 38th Matman Classic, South Kitsap's 5-foot-5 Marshaud DeWalt and Central Kitsap's 6-6 Dominick Johnson competed against each other at heavyweight. And, for the third time, Johnson prevailed in the championship match when he pinned DeWalt in 4 minutes, 49 seconds. Comment?
Thursday Jan 15 | via Port Orchard Orchard
Fogel, who graduated from Interlake High School in Bellevue, said he was a competitive swimmer and water-polo player from age 8 to 25. "This is my first time coaching for SK and I'm excited to get started," Fogel said in a news release. "Water polo is a sport that isn't played much here in the Pacific Northwest and I hope to foster the same passion I have for the world's best sport. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 14 | via Port Orchard Orchard
South Kitsap found no comfort against the zone during Wednesday night's 56-32 loss against Bellarmine Prep in a Class 4A Narrows League contest. That is when the Lions made the switch from a man-to-man scheme to multiple zones that flummoxed South. Comment?
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