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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.”

Girls lacrossers run the table, go 14-0

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

The undefeated Spartans earn a bye in the first round of the state playoffs. One of the goals that the Bainbridge girls lacrosse team talked about before the season – after “seek unlimited potential” – was to go undefeated for the regular season. They accomplished that goal Wednesday night as they defeated the Forest Ridge Ravens 16-10 to end the season with a 14-0 record. Head coach Tami Tomilla said that they could finally admit that their goal of an undefeated season could be achieved – but not mentioning it was the way to go for them.

Sports Roundup - Mercer frustrates Lady Ray in home pool/Racqueteers solid at Metro tourney/Kickers drop two, denied postseason/Sailors sail home with regatta t

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

The Bainbridge squad falls 7-5 against their rivals from the other island. The Bainbridge girls water polo team had a rough day in the pool Friday, losing to a tough Mercer Island team 7-5. Head coach Jeff Clark felt that he couldn’t get the team going for anything. “The forces were against us today,” he said. “I couldn’t tell them anything at the breaks, I wasn’t yelling when they were on offense and defense.

Sports Roundup - Fastpitchers move onto the second season/Hardballers watch season slip away/Raqueteers head into Metro fray

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

Spartans place third in division, will meet Nathan Hale in post-season action. The Bainbridge fastpitch team celebrated their success this season with what else – a cake fight after they handed out gifts to their departing seniors on Wednesday. Head coach Liz McCloskey is happy with how much the players have improved. “We did a lot better this year than we did last year,” she said. “We’re making strides as a program and as a team, and when we hit the Metro tournament, I think we’re going to be tough to beat.”

Sports Roundup - Spartan hardballers at the end of the line/It’s tourney time for racqueteers/Sailors miss out on district title/JV hardballers scoring big

  • May 3, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:44PM

Today’s game vs. O’Dea is a must-win affair if Bainbridge hopes to advance. All the cliches are in place. It’s do or die. Their backs are against the wall. It’s a one-game season. The Bainbridge Spartans baseball team are staring all of those well-worn sayings down after dropping a critical game to O’Dea on Monday 5-2 at Bainbridge.

Sports Roundup - Golfers take home trophy/Kickers can’t get a break/‘Fins win at the ‘Boat’

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:43PM

The Bainbridge boys golf team started the second season off the right way: with a win at the Higgins Memorial Thursday. The foursome of Austin Hurt, Paul DeBarros, Jamie Neill and Rick Ulloa posted a 305, three strokes better than second place finisher Port Townsend.

It’s salami time, twice!

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:43PM

Wow! Brenden Gent belts two grand slams in a single inning. Third baseman Brenden Gent has quietly had a stellar year at the plate for the Bainbridge baseball team this season. He’s not quiet any longer. The senior accomplished a rare hitting feat when he hit two grand slam home runs – in one inning – for his only hits Wednesday against the Eastside Catholic Crusaders in a 20-3, five-inning Spartan rout.

Sports Roundup - Lacrossers defeat Issaquah in thriller/Fastpitchers score 12 in one inning

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:43PM

James Gilbreath forces a key turnover, Masi scores three, assists on three more. The last time these two teams met, Issaquah ended the Bainbridge boys lacrosse team’s chances at a state title with an 11-10 victory at Memorial Stadium May 25. Nearly a year later, the Spartans were the victors this time, defeating the Eagles 8-7 Friday night in an enthralling, hard-hitting game to stay undefeated on the season.

Sports Roundup - Draining Lakeside/Sign up now for b-ball camp/Tracksters win another one

  • Apr 22, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:43PM

The Spartans defeat rival Lions, Vikings to stay undefeated. In what could be a preview of the state championship game, the Bainbridge girls lacrosse team defeated Lakeside 14-10 Wednesday night at Memorial Stadium. Even with the win, coach Tami Tommila had a spirited conversation with her team after the game about their performance, mainly on defense in the second half. But she wasn’t concerned about the effort – just how her young defenders handled a tough Lion offense. The 10 goals were the most surrendered by Bainbridge all season.

Sports Roundup - Fastpitchers stuck in midseason skid/Racqueteers take a pair/Oarsmen near journey’s start

  • Apr 19, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:43PM

The bats have gone cold in three straight losses in the past week. Its one thing to start slow at the beginning of the season, but to suffer a slump in the middle is not good for a team’s playoff chances. The Bainbridge fastpitch team is reeling in the midst of a three-game losing streak, scoring just four runs in losses to Olympic on Tuesday, Sequim on Friday and West Seattle on Monday. “We got a lot of things to work on,” head coach Liz McCloskey said. “We can’t keep playing like this.”

Sports Roundup - Girls lacrossers run away with victory/Tracksters make their name early/Racqueteers split matches/Kickers hang tough in Metro

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:43PM

Ten different Spartans score in the 19-1 rout over visiting Bellevue. The Bainbridge girls lacrosse team made it look easy Wednesday night, defeating the Bellevue Wolverines 19-1 for their third straight win. The Spartans roared out to a 17-1 lead in the first half, at times scoring at will. Jane Baumgartner, the team’s leading scorer, scored four goals in the game. Colbi Brawner had a hat trick, five ground balls and five draw controls.

Hardballers drop lead against Panthers

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:43PM

Prep scores seven runs in seventh, leaving the game knotted 8-8 at dusk. Spring break has never looked so good for the Bainbridge baseball team right now. After losing to Bishop Blanchet 4-1 last Friday, the Spartans rebounded to defeat the Cleveland Eagles 18-4 Monday, but lost an 8-1 lead to the Seattle Prep Panthers Wednesday, resulting in an 8-8 tie when the game was suspended due to darkness.

Sports Roundup - Tracksters win third dual meet in a row/Russell the ‘Lady’ for Ray/Kickers win one, lose one/Divers bring back gold/Sailors come home winne

  • Apr 15, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:43PM

Sadowsky, Pierce, Agosta and McKenzie lead the way.It was an awful day to do anything physical on Thursday, but the Bainbridge track team overcame the wet, windy and cold conditions to defeat Seattle Prep and Eastside Catholic. “It’s nasty,” head coach Andy Grimm said of a day better off being spent indoors. “But I credit all the kids, not just ours (for sticking it out). Nobody backed out of any races, and the kids got in there (and ran).”

Pitching key for JV team

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:42PM

Two no-hitters thrown against Prep and Sealth. The Bainbridge JV baseball team won three straight in recent action as they benefited from stellar pitching and defense. The Spartans blanked the Seattle Prep Panthers in both games March 29 and 31. Willie Green and Nick Tsoloimitis combined to throw a no-hitter. Green went four innings for the win while Tsoloimitis pitched three innings in relief, striking out six.

Sports Roundup - Hardballers fall to Chief Sealth/Fastpitchers win two more/JV lacrossers undefeated/Toe Jam run makes history/

  • Jun 9, 2008 at 8:42PM

The Spartans hold the Hawks to just four hits, but their bats go silent. Shortstop Zach Peach and outfielder Michael Heald had to endure constant questions from classmates and friends Monday about why the Bainbridge baseball team lost to a team they should have beaten in Chief Sealth. Heald said his dad wasn’t even exempt from the line of questioning, fielding several inquiries while he was at the grocery store.

It’s more than just fast times for MacWhorter

  • Apr 5, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:42PM

The runner cares about the earth and loves Latin culture. It seems like a constant every spring: the Bainbridge girls track 4x400 relay team has one of the best times in the state. This year is no exception. The quartet of Hillary Pritchett, Zena Hemmen, Elizabeth Brackett and Alana MacWhorter scored the best time in the state the first week of the season with a 4:08.5. But to MacWhorter, it could be better.

Baseball everything to Spartan star Peach

  • Apr 8, 2006 at 12:00AM updated Jun 9, 2008 at 8:42PM

He’s played several sports, but America’s pastime remains the senior’s true love. Zach Peach knows baseball. The senior has spent almost every waking moment of his athletic career in a uniform, participating in every level of youth baseball before becoming a three-year starter at shortstop for the Bainbridge varsity team. Peach loves the game so much, he plays and works out at any ball field he can find, takes in as many Mariner games as he can, and coaches Little League teams when he finds the time.

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