Kingston’s Tim Gallagher won four state championships — two as an individual and two as part of relay teams — at the state swim meet. The Buccaneers finished third overall. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
FEDERAL WAY – It was a banner night for the Kitsap swim teams at the 2A state meet. Seven state championships were won by Kitsap County swimmers Feb. 16-17 at the King County Aquatic Center; five 2A state meet records were broken.
PARKLAND — The North Kitsap girls finished third in the 2A girls basketball district tournament after taking care of business against Fife, 49-41, Feb. 17. Noelani Barreith had a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds, Raelee Moore chipped in 12 and Grace Johnson added eight. Lauren Weins led the Vikings with eight rebounds and dished out six assists.
TACOMA – The Vikings are back on top in West Central District 3. Led once again by senior point guard Zac Olmsted and a solid supporting cast, North Kitsap captured its second district championship in three years with a 50-37 win over Fife at Wilson High School on Feb. 17. Next: regionals, which begin on Feb. 23. “Gutsy all the way around,” is how head coach Scott Orness described his team’s performance. “They had to make basketball plays tonight.
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