One and done. For the Bainbridge High varsity boys team, though, it proved more like one and one more.
Representing Bainbridge High School, the sibling mixed doubles team of Sam and Molly Alpaugh took home first-place ribbons from the recent Metro League high school all-comers tennis tournament at Lower Woodland Park.
The Bainbridge Island Gear Grinders, the high school and middle school-level composite mountain bike racing team, powered through the final race of the Washington Student Cycling League season at the state championships at Riverside State Park in Nine Mile Falls on Sunday, May 15.
Three Bainbridge High School varsity golfers will advance to the girls state tournament, having earned a spot in the bracket at the District competition Monday.
The Bainbridge Spartans slipped by Seattle Prep in a dramatic come-from-behind victory in girls fastpitch to stay alive in the SeaKing District 3A Softball Tournament.
The Spartans’ perfect season came to an unfortunate end late last week as Lake Sammamish thwarted Bainbridge’s bid to make it into the state semifinals in girls varsity lacrosse.
Bainbridge High School will provide a bus for Spartans sports fans looking to hitch a ride to the boys varsity lacrosse semifinals Wednesday.
Bainbridge Island Fly Fishers will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 24 at Seabold Hall.
Bainbridge high school rowers faced top U.S. and Canadian crew teams at the Brentwood International Regatta on Vancouver Island.
The final home track & field meet of the season saw the Bainbridge High varsity team host Franklin and Garfield. The Spartans claimed top spots in several events in both the boys and girls brackets.
The first postseason outing by the Bainbridge High varsity boys soccer team came to a dispiriting end with a 1-0 shutout loss.
Roosevelt delivered a rough welcome to the Bainbridge Spartans in the second round of the Metro League Tournament, with the Rough Riders outlasting BHS 5-3 in girls fastpitch softball.
The Rams darted to a 4-0 first-quarter lead and never let up as Wilson High sank the Spartans 14-7 in girls varsity water polo late last week at the Bainbridge Aquatics Center.
The Spartans dispatched the Braves 14-4 in girls varsity fastpitch softball in Big Blue’s final home game of the regular season late last week.
The tennis season isn’t over for Bainbridge High: The Spartans will move on to districts after both of the varsity team’s top two doubles teams took home medals at the Metro Co-ed Tennis Tournament.
A pair of non-league losses marred the Bainbridge High School varsity boys lacrosse team’s record — the third and fourth defeat of the season, respectively — following the island squad’s annual weekend trip to Oregon for some out-of-state competition.
A 3-0 home win over Seattle Prep proved a fine finale for the Bainbridge High varsity boys soccer team’s last home game of the season.
The Bainbridge High varsity sailing team tied for second place at the “Team Racing” regatta held on Lake Washington.
The final game of the regular lacrosse season saw the Bainbridge High varsity boys up 13-8 over Seattle Prep.
Three of Bainbridge High School girls varsity lacrosse Head Coach Tammi Tommila’s champions, alumnae all from the 2011-2012 State champion team, reunited on opposite sides of the field for the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Lacrosse Championships.