The week in Spartan sports begins with the Bainbridge boys basketball teams facing a familiar foe from the other side of the bridge: the North Kitsap Vikings.
As the initial winners of what is slated to be a regular award, two Bainbridge Island Football Club teams were recently recognized as the youth and freshman “Game of the Week” selects by Ian McCallum, club director of coaching and the head coach of the Bainbridge High School boys soccer team.
Talk about a sweet — and sensational — surprise. At the end of a dramatic 200-yard-medley relay race at last weekend’s 3A Girls State Swim & Dive Championships, the Bainbridge Spartans found themselves in familiar territory: first at the finish line and on their way to the top step of the winners’ platform.
Bainbridge Island Girls Lacrosse will host an evening of free fun for girls of all ages under the bright lights of the stadium at Bainbridge High from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2.
Bainbridge Island Fly Fishers will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24 at Seabold Hall.
More than 125 students turned out for winter sports tryouts at Bainbridge High School earlier this week, according to school officials.
The second annual Bainbridge High School Spartan Bowl flag football tournament and tailgate party will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28 at the BHS stadium.
A 1-2 final record in the recent regional tournament ended the awesome Spartan boys water polo season at Curtis High School in University Place.
The Bainbridge boys varsity cross country team claimed the seventh overall spot at the recent 3A Washington Interscholastic Activities Association State Cross Country Meet at the Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.
Meet the new Spartan head hoopster: Steve Haizlip takes over the boys basketball program.
Two Bainbridge Island Rowing masters crews rowed to first-place finishes in their respective age categories in the recent Head of the Lake Regatta in Seattle.
The Bainbridge Island Golden Eagles Special Olympics bowlers gave stellar showings in the southwest region tournament at All Star Lanes in Silverdale on Sunday, Nov. 1.
The Bainbridge High varsity football team was defeated last Friday 50-35 in their initial postseason outing against the Interlake Saints.
Fifteen members of the Bainbridge High girls swimming and diving team will head to Federal Way this week to compete in the 3A State Girls Swim and Dive Championships.
Cammy Rouser, a junior on the Bainbridge Spartans girls swimming and diving team, has been named as one of the Athletes of the Week by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
Former Bainbridge Spartan lacrosse standout Jake Knostman has been named as one of the team captains for the Fairfield University mens lacrosse team this year.
There was nothing grand about the finale of the Spartans otherwise awesome boys water polo season last week, when, against the perennial league favorites from Curtis High, the Bainbridge High varsity squad got beat 18-3 in their final match of the year.
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.