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Home field works for BILL All-Stars

  • Jul 5, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:47PM

Majors, 9- and 10-year-olds take down their foes in a big way Sunday After the first round of the Little League District 2 softball tournament, it appears the home field advantage of playing at Strawberry Park is working for the Major All-Stars and the 9- and 10-year-old All-Stars. The Junior All-Stars hope to benefit from the same next Sunday, losing a back and forth affair 7-5 to the Sequim All-Stars on Sunday.

BILL softball benefits from home-field advantage

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:46PM

Baseball, Babe Ruth play on to qualify for state tournaments. With the great honor of Bainbridge hosting the Little League District 2 softball tournament comes great responsibility – and a lot of work. Deidre Raben, the All-Star coach for the 9- and 10-year-olds, said there have been many long hours and weekends spent laboring over the Strawberry Park fields, putting up breakaway fences and handling any other problems that arise to ensure everything runs smoothly for the 10-day tournament.

Sports Roundup - Track meet now sponsored/Watch a game or run for fun/Sign up for soccer, football

  • Jun 28, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:46PM

After 11 years, there will be some changes to the all-comers track meet this summer. Event organizer Jim Whiting said he has established the event as a non-profit organization, entitled the Bainbridge All-Comers Track Meet Association. He also found a sponsor in Bainbridge Self-Storage, which will pay for the insurance and a janitor to come and open the bathrooms underneath the Bainbridge High School grandstand and turn the lights on.

Carried along on the wind

  • Jun 28, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:46PM

Sailor Abby Hartmann charts a course for Belgium today. Abby Hartmann maneuvers her boat through the waters of Madison Bay as if her and the boat are one. While taking a break from helping teach a class during the yacht’s sailing school, she steers her optimist dinghy as easy as someone riding a bike while a steady wind blows through the bay. Just when it appears she may tip over, Hartmann easily moves under the boom to right the boat before she takes on any water. After spending last summer playing Little League softball on the island, she’ll get to travel to Europe thanks to her proficiency in sailing.

Spartans dominate AKC spring all-star teams

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:46PM

Thirteen Spartans make their respective All-Metro teams While the Bainbridge baseball and fastpitch teams didn’t make it to the state tournament, there was plenty of talent on both teams.

Lynch rides cross-country to ‘fix’ disease

  • Jun 21, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:46PM

He’s making a film while he rides from California to Boston on ‘The Big Fix.’ When Kevin Lynch got the call from the Histiocytosis Association of America a few months ago to ask if he was willing to ride cross country for a fundraiser and film a documentary of the trip, his answer was immediate: No way.

Rope Skippers take the leap to Orlando

  • Jun 21, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:46PM

Fifteen members of the team travel to Nationals at Walt Disney World. Step, step, step, go the feet. Snap, snap, snap, go the ropes. “One, two, three, four,” goes the count. Four members of the Bainbridge Island Rope Skippers – Kelsey Gonwick, Molly Harrison, Chloe Dolese and Emily Applewhite – work on their double dutch pairs freestyle routine on a muggy afternoon inside the Woodward Gym, trying to get their timing down so they can execute their routine with metronome-like precision.

BABE RUTH - BI Auto runs the table, wins trophy

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:46PM

The number one seed takes the title in dominating fashion. After a close call against Stewart Title on Monday, Bainbridge Island Auto took care of business, shutting out Coldwell Bankers 10-0 in the semifinals and defeating Sears 9-4 in the Babe Ruth championship game Thursday at Sands Field.

LITTLE LEAGUE MAJORS SOFTBALL - Diamonds shine on the diamond

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:46PM

It's the second straight title for the Diamonds. In a tight game with the title hanging in the balance, one swing of the bat can break things wide open. Haley Brandt-Erichsen did the honors by driving in two runs on a base hit that gave the Diamonds the lead and eventually a 4-1 win over the Commotion in the Bainbridge Island Little League Majors softball championship Wednesday at Strawberry Hill Field. It’s the second year in a row that the Diamonds have won the title.

LITTLE LEAGUE MAJORS BASEBALL - Yankees win thriller over Pirates

  • Jun 17, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:46PM

Sam Orrey drove in the winning run in the seventh. It was only fitting that the best game of the season came in the last game of the season. The Yankees declared themselves the better team, as they won a 3-2 thriller over the Pirates in the Bainbridge Island Little League Majors championship game Thursday at Lower Rotary Field in front of a overtly vocal crowd.

Yankees, Pirates battle for BILL title

  • Jun 14, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:45PM

Softball, Babe Ruth titles will be decided as well as play wraps up this week on island diamonds. After three and a half months of play, the Bainbridge Island Little League Majors are one game away from declaring their champion of the island. Two teams – the Yankees and Pirates – will play tomorrow at Lower Rotary Field at 6 p.m. for the title thanks to their victories on Monday.

Sports Roundup - It’s a coaching merry-go-round at BHS/Celeb tourney at Wing Point

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:45PM

Mark Grindrod leaves the girls program, while Anh Tran moves over from boys When Mark Grindrod retired from his job three months ago, he thought that was it. But at a retirement party for another co-worker, he was offered another job as a field engineer inspecting Trident subs that offered more pay, so he took it – but it meant his “retirement” from coaching the Bainbridge girls soccer team. “It wasn’t that hard to take the new job, but it was hard to tell the kids,” he said. The move is part of several coaching changes announced by BHS athletic director Neal White on Thursday.

Two Spartans named to All-Kitsap team

  • Jun 7, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:45PM

Four soccer players are named to the All-Metro Mountain Division team. It was a tough year for the Bainbridge boys soccer team, but four Spartans made the All-Metro Mountain Division team. Dylan-Tucker Ganges was a second team selection, while Max Aussendorf was an honorable mention. Two Spartans also made the Kitsap News Group’s All-Kitsap team, as voted on by sportswriters from the Bainbridge Review, the North Kitsap Herald, the Central Kitsap Reporter, the Bremerton Patriot and the Port Orchard Independent

Sports Roundup - Martha’s Vineyard good to island sailors/JV tennis scores at All-Comers/Two island teams win at Viking Cup

  • Jun 3, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:45PM

Team places eighth in National Team Race Championship in Massachusetts. Against 12 other schools from around the country, many of them private schools, the Bainbridge sailing team made the most of their opportunity, scoring an eighth-place finish at the National Team Race Championship at Vineyard Haven Yacht Club in Martha’s Vineyard, Mass. It’s the best finish ever by a team out of the Northwest District.

Sports Roundup - Girls are top Metro stars/Crew to film OAR on trip/Former island rowers excel

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:45PM

They’ve been at the top of their game all season. Now, Bainbridge girls sports have been rewarded with their second Metro League All-Sports title in three seasons. The award is given to the school whose teams have the most points based off how their teams placed in the Metro League.

Spartan relay fourth at Star Track

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:45PM

Taylor, Pierce in top 15 in their events at the state meet in Pasco. Alana MacWhorter knew it would be a tough run for the girls 4x400 relay team at Star Track XXIV in Pasco last weekend. Faced with a talented trio of relay teams from their own district in Issaquah, Liberty and Mount Si, not to mention the other teams that made it to the event, the senior said she’s happy with how she and Zena Hemmen, Lindsey Mynatt and Lizzie Brackett did.

Sports Roundup - Hurt, Saucier place at state/Sign up now for summer LAX

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:45PM

Two Bainbridge golfers ended their season on a successful note at the 3A state tournaments this week.

BHS represented well at Star Track

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:45PM

Girls 4x400 relay, Taylor, Pierce ready to compete for a state title in Pasco. It’s been a long, hard road for Emily Pierce to make a return to Star Track. Hampered by a knee injury last year, the senior has worked many hours to return to top form as she competes for a state title in the discus at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco this weekend. “It’s good,” she said. “I’m glad I could come back.”

Sports Roundup - Lady Ray makes run, falls short/Fastpitchers out thanks to Cougars/Several tracksters make it to state

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:45PM

PORT ORCHARD – For the second straight year, Anne Scott was named to the All-State first team and was named state MVP. And she’d give it all back if it meant getting a state title in return. The senior, who had two goals, two steals and three assists in the 13-3 win over Kentridge on Friday night and 12 goals, six steals and a assist in the 14-8 win over Shorewood Saturday, could only score four goals in a 10-6 loss to Mercer Island Sunday in the finals of the state water polo tournament at South Kitsap High School. It’s the second straight year that Lady Ray has lost to the Islanders in the title game.

Sad but true: lacrossers fall to Lions

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

Bainbridge suffers its first loss of the season at the worst time imaginable. SEATTLE CENTER – There’s a reason why many teams don’t win three titles in a row: It’s hard. The Bainbridge girls lacrosse team were dealt the harsh reality of that when the final horn sounded and their 11-9 loss to the Lakeside Lions Saturday in the Varsity A state championship game at Leon H. Brigham Field in Seattle became official. The loss not only ends their season long 16 game winning streak, it ends their quest for three titles in a row to tie Laurie Usher’s record.

Sports Roundup - Fastpitchers split at districts/Saucier third, earns state trip/Raqueteers eliminated

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

TUKWILA – On a hot, sunny Thursday, the Bainbridge fastpitch team went .500 on the first day of the 3A Sea-King District 2 tournament, defeating Nathan Hale 4-1 in the early game, but lost 10-0 in five innings to the Liberty Patriots in the later game.

Spartan lacrossers earn a split decision

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

The girls play for the state title, while the boys succumb to Mercer. One more game to go. The Bainbridge girls lacrosse team took care of business Wednesday, crushing the Holy Names Cougars 15-2 in a state semifinal game to move onto the championship game and a possible three-peat today at Memorial Stadium in Seattle.

Sports Roundup - Fastpitchers third at Metro tourney/Tracksters finish in top five at Metros/Just two remain for racqueteers

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

The Spartan fastpitch team had to put in some overtime, but they got the win against the West Seattle Wildcats, defeating them 7-5 in 10 innings Friday for third place in the Metro tournament. Bainbridge’s Lindsay Willmann threw all 10 innings for the win. She didn’t give up a earned run, struck out 11 and only gave up six hits and walked three.

Lacrossers host playoff action tonight

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

Bainbridge routs Lakeside 17-4, setting up a showdown vs. Mercer at 7:45 p.m. If there was any possibility that the Bainbridge lacrosse team was overlooking Lakeside to get to Mercer Island, it was erased by halftime. Nine different players scored as the Spartans crushed the Lions 17-4 on a sunny but cold Friday night at Memorial Stadium.

Sports Roundup - Boys lacrossers’ streak snapped/Poloists take down Newport/Fastpitchers split at Metro tourney/Tracksters make noise at Metros/Golfers can’

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

The Bainbridge boys lacrosse team had a chance to finish the season undefeated, but lost a 11-10 heartbreaker in overtime to Mercer Island last Friday. They rebounded to defeat the Roosevelt Roughriders 14-8 on Tuesday in the last regular season game to go 15-1 on the year. “We had all the seniors start in the first half,” senior attacker Willy Delius said. “It was a good way to go out.”

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