Both the girls and boys varsity golf teams trounced the visitors from Eastside Catholic in their season debut match.
The Spartans walloped the Wildcats as Bainbridge bested West Seattle 6-1 in girls varsity soccer at Walk Hundley Park in Seattle Tuesday.
They won, but not by much. The Bainbridge High girls varsity golf team came out just barely ahead of the visiting team from Holy Names Academy on the Spartans home links at Wing Point Golf Course on Thursday, Sept. 18.
The Bainbridge Spartans welcomed the Seattle Prep Panthers to Paski Gymnasium in a girls volleyball battle that went three sets with the visitors escaping with a win.
Expect to see some movement in the lineup this season from the Spartans, as this year’s new Bainbridge volleyball team is a work in progress.
The Spartans continued Metro League play Monday, Sept. 29 against Lakeside at Bainbridge High School.
Bainbridge scorched Franklin with a blistering offensive attack and crushed the Quakers 8-0 in a Metro League game late last week at Franklin High.
The Spartans picked up three combined wins against Eastlake and an Australian team during the girls varsity volleyball invitational at Kentridge High School.
This week in Spartan sports gets underway with the Bainbridge girls volleyball team welcoming rival Lakeside to Paski Gymnasium.
Bainbridge Island Little League will elect new board members at its annual meeting this week.
The Seahawks showed up late, and they left quickly.
Allison Murphy placed first in the 100-yard backstroke in action against Roosevelt late last week in girls swimming, and her super speedy time of 1:01.72 was good enough to qualify Murphy for state.
The Bainbridge High School boys varsity golf team remained undefeated (4-0) last week after a 156-130 win over the visiting team from O’Dea on Thursday.
The Spartans swam to first place in nine of 12 events to knock out the Knights in girls swimming and diving early last week at the Bainbridge Aquatics Center.
As much as Pete Carroll preaches the importance of treating every game the same, the Seattle Seahawks coach couldn’t help but wonder if the excitement of a Super Bowl helped his defense take its game to a higher level.
The Panthers came ready to pounce — and pounce they did — as Seattle Prep jumped all over the Spartans in girls varsity volleyball and beat Bainbridge 25-18, 25-19 and 27-25 early this week.
A beautiful late summer evening, a stadium packed with fans to root on the local team in their first home game of the season and a homecoming dance, too.
Kam Chancellor’s ankle was nearly a big issue for the Seahawks defense.
AUBURN - The Bainbridge High varsity boys water polo team won two of their three matches in the Auburn Tournament last weekend.
Bang, and they’re off. The Bainbridge High varsity cross country team placed first in both the men’s and women’s categories at the year’s first meet against runners from Cleveland, Roosevelt, Chief Sealth, Seattle Preparatory and West Seattle Thursday, Sept. 18.