Fireworks fade, sun burns heal, hot dogs mold, but glory — and bragging rights — are forever. Or at least for a week.
Several Bainbridge Island Rope Skippers returned home last week from a successful World Jump Rope Pan American Championship tournament in Orlando, Florida.
Members of the Bainbridge Island Diving Club were part of an elite group of athletes to compete in the recent US Diving Zone E Age Group Championships.
The first ever Bainbridge Island Cross Country “Alumni vs. Team” race will begin at 9:30 a.m. Monday, July 18.
Bainbridge Island Rowing will celebrate the legacy of Northwest rowing with a special advance screening of the PBS documentary “American Experience: The Boys of ’36,” based on Dan Brown’s bestselling book “The Boys in the Boat.”
The traditional Kiwanis All-Comers Community Track Meet will return to Bainbridge High School at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 11, the Monday after July 4.
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Goalkeeper Matt Grosey earns ninth clean sheet in all competitions.
Several members of the Bainbridge Island Rope Skippers are crossing the continent, and the globe, participating in international World Jump Rope events this month.
Bainbridge Island Rowing Masters crews won victories in multiple events at the U.S. Rowing Northwest Masters Regional Championship Regatta.
They call it the “old-timers” game, but those on the field tend to look more like champs than gramps.
The Bainbridge Roller Hockey League’s annual Battle for the Point tournament and barbecue will return to Battle Point Park Friday, July 8.
The Summer 2016 catalog of Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District youth sports offerings boasts a bevy of athletic adventures, some going on now and others set for throughout the season, including tennis, fencing, cross country, martial arts and cheerleading.
The Bainbridge Spartans caged the Cleveland Eagles 63-60 after a thrilling back-and-forth Metro League playoff game on the Rock in Paski Gymnasium.
The Spartans left the Snohomish Aquatic Center as winners. But on the bus ride back to Bainbridge last Saturday, they became Metro League Champions.
Bainbridge High School’s vacant varsity head baseball coach position will be assumed by Simon Pollack, according to school officials.