There was sadness in the Spartan locker room following the final game of the season Friday, but maybe not the kind you'd expect after such a desperately near loss.
Tryouts for winter sports at Bainbridge High are scheduled for Monday, Nov. 17 and Tuesday, Nov. 18.
The Bainbridge High varsity football team plowed through their first postseason opponent, scoring a recent 47-20 victory over Chief Sealth at home.
There was sadness in the Spartan locker room following the final game of the season Friday, but maybe not the kind you’d expect after such a desperately near loss.
PASCO - At Saturday’s State 3A Cross Country Meet, senior Keith Carlson took advantage of the sunny, windless day to shatter the Bainbridge record for the state course in Pasco, finishing the hilly 5K in 16:15, an amazing 21 seconds faster than his teammate Ryan Cox’s 2012 record.
A team of master rowers from Bainbridge Island Rowing placed sixth overall out of 75 teams at last week’s Head of the Lake Regatta at the University of Washington.
The Bainbridge Spartans are sending 17 members of the girls swimming and diving team to the 3A State Championships this year in Federal Way.
RENTON — The Seattle Seahawks welcomed several injured players back in Sunday’s win over the New York Giants, but they also lost one of their most important players for the remainder of the season.
The Bainbridge boys varsity water polo team is going to state. The Spartans claimed the third seed from Region 1 at Regionals last week, having faced off against Kentridge, Wilson and Enumclaw.
Win some, lose some. That, as they say, is life. Of course, the Bainbridge boys varsity water polo team win more than they lose — especially lately.
The Spartans seem to have cleaned up their act on the gridiron posthaste. The varsity football squad has unquestionably been playing exponentially better every week for the past month, a trend which continued last Thursday with their second straight victory at home, 47-20, over the visiting Chief Sealth Seahawks.
Zora Opalka won first place for the Bainbridge Spartans in 1-meter diving at the Metro League Girls Swimming Championship last week at Garfield High.
SEATTLE - The Bainbridge High mens and womens cross country teams finished in ninth place overall at the recent SeaKing District Championship meet at Lower Woodland Park.
The Bainbridge Spartans swatted the Seahawks of Chief Sealth in girls varsity volleyball in the first match of the Metro League Tournament at Garfield High, but fell behind in the following three contests against Lakeside, Eastside Catholic and Blanchet.
The girls soccer season came to an end Saturday for the Bainbridge Spartans, as Holy Names edged BHS 3-1 in the Metro League Tournament.
So far this season, the Seattle Seahawks have been, depending who you ask and when you’re asking, a juggernaut poised to repeat, a team in turmoil battling a divided locker room, a team battling a Super Bowl hangover, or just a team going through a rough stretch of injuries and is poised to bounce back.
The Friday Night Lights will come on a little early this week.
Campeau looks back at reunion game and island soccer.
Bainbridge blasted past Ballard 139-47 to win the final meet of the season in girls swimming and diving recently at the Bainbridge Aquatics Center.
The Bainbridge varsity football squad suffered their second straight loss at home in two weeks Friday, Oct. 17 against Seattle Preparatory.