The Battle of the Ballfields, the pivotal fundraiser and get-together for the Bainbridge Island Little League, will be held at Rotary Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 7.
Bainbridge Island rowers took on challenging windy conditions in dozens of crew races at the Covered Bridge Regatta near Eugene, Oregon.
The Bainbridge Spartans put the big squeeze on the Orange Crush with an 8-3 win over Eastside Catholic in varsity coed tennis.
Nathan Hale can’t spy a win over BHS in girls softball.
The Bainbridge High varsity baseball team was bested 4-1 by the West Seattle Wildcats on the road.
What seemed doomed to become yet another tie quickly exploded into a critical 2-1 win for the Bainbridge High boys varsity soccer team Monday night.
Bainbridge Island’s Gear Grinders high school and middle school mountain bike racing teams had a successful second race of the season on Sunday, April 17 at 360 Park near Gig Harbor.
The Bainbridge High varsity boys soccer team suffered a 3-1 loss on the road Friday, April 22 against the Ingraham Rams.
The Rams charged past the Spartans in girls varsity water polo last week, as Wilson won 12-7 in the matchup at Mount Tahoma pool.
Two straight wins late in the year have set the Spartans up nicely moving into the postseason.
BHS overpowers defending champs.
The Spartans were unable to best the Braves Friday, and, after a full match of much back-and-forth, the visitors from Bishop Blanchet set off for home, leaving the field as empty as the scoreboard.
Student athletes from Seattle Preparatory, Holy Names Academy and O’Dea High School converged at Bainbridge High School for a track and field meet, which saw several Spartans finish in top spots.
An early game tie was blown away in later innings as the Spartans found themselves on the short side of an 11-1 baseball bashing by the Lakeside Lions last Friday.
The Spartans returned to varsity lacrosse play last week showing no signs of rust from the spring back layoff, and cruised to an easy win over Seattle Prep, 18-3.
Bainbridge Island Fly Fishers will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 26 at Seabold Hall.
The Bainbridge High varsity sailing team won second place in the Islands Cup Regatta.
More than 300 gymnasts from Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington flipped, swung, spun, sprung and stunned at the Region 2 Men’s USA Gymnastics Championship.
The Bainbridge High varsity baseball team edged out the visitors from Ballard 9-8.
Bainbridge rolled to its eighth boys lacrosse win of the season behind Ben Biggers’ hat trick and a two-goal performance from defender Lucas Pedersen as the Spartans put away Bishop Blanchet 15–5 in Seattle.