The Eastside Catholic Crusaders maintained their dominant position within the league Tuesday after dispatching the Spartans 14-4 during a lopsided loss at home for the Bainbridge High boys varsity lacrosse team.
The rain may have brought an early end to Monday's varsity baseball game against the visitors from Bishop Blanchet, but it could not dampen the Spartans' spirits and they proceeded to cruise through to a 2-0 soggy shut-out win.
The week in Spartan sports begins with a doubleheader on the fastpitch field between the BHS varsity softball team and West Seattle.
The Crusaders maintained their dominant position within the league Tuesday after dispatching the Spartans 14-4 during a lopsided loss at home for the Bainbridge High boys varsity lacrosse team.
Prior to their match against Rainier Beach last week, this year’s Spartan squad had given up only two goals throughout this entire season.
Same as it ever was, but slightly smaller. The Spartan girls lacrosse team started the season with the same lofty goal as ever — an appearance in the state championship game and a shot at the state title — but Bainbridge has also found itself with a diminished roster that’s put BHS in a bit of a rebuilding mode.
BAINBRIDGE - One for the thumb. The Spartans finished last week’s schedule with their fifth shutout win of the season, with a 3-0 victory over the visitors from South Kitsap Friday.
The Bainbridge High varsity boys lacrosse team gave the Metro newcomers from Ballard High a fine how-do-you-do last Wednesday and brought home a 16-4 conference win from the road.
SEATTLE - The Spartans came back in a big way from their disheartening defeat against Garfield recently when the varsity coed tennis team claimed a 9-2 victory over Roosevelt High late last week.
BAINBRIDGE - Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) escaped with a 9-7 fastpitch softball win over the Bainbridge Spartans after bringing home three crucial sixth-inning runs late last week.
The rain may have brought an early end to Monday’s varsity baseball game against the visitors from Bishop Blanchet, but it could not dampen the Spartans’ spirits and they proceeded to cruise through to a 2-0 soggy shutout win.
Sasha Carter of Bainbridge Island came up with a dominating performance at No. 2 singles as the Montana Grizzlies tore into the Idaho Vandals last week in a Big Sky women’s tennis clash in Moscow.
UNIVERSITY PLACE - Mike Weisner of Bainbridge Island had a hole-in-one recently at Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place.
BAINBRIDGE - The Bainbridge High varsity baseball team claimed a monster win over the visitors from Nathan Hale.
LYNNWOOD - The Bainbridge Island Boys Gymnastics team recently took to the mats with statewide rivals at the Washington State Meet in Lynnwood. Winning team silver in both Level 4 and Level 5, Bainbridge athletes dazzled the crowds.
The Bainbridge High boys varsity lacrosse team limped home after a dispiriting loss on the road.
The Spartans rolled over the visitors from Rainier Beach for a 13-3 win in boys varsity baseball.
Spartans up 13-3 in home-field win.
Bainbridge Island will host the only screening of the 2015 Fly Fishing Film Tour on this side of the Puget Sound at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 2 at Island Center Hall.
The Bainbridge Island Sportsmen’s Club 100-yard rifle range has been closed for the last 10 years, leaving islanders no secure place to safely enjoy shooting sports.