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Sports Roundup | Oct. 1

Senior Kyle Leonard chips a shot onto the green on the ninth hole at Wing Point Wednesday. Bainbridge defeated O
Senior Kyle Leonard chips a shot onto the green on the ninth hole at Wing Point Wednesday. Bainbridge defeated O'Dea 141-137.
— image credit: John Becerra Jr./Staff Photo

Boys and girls golf

The Bainbridge boys and girls golf team are turning in fine performances on the course.

The boys defeated O’Dea 141-137 Wednesday at Wing Point, while the girls beat Holy Names 114-86.

For the boys, O’Dea’s David Fonua was the medalist as he shot a two-under 33. Carl Jonson was the top scorer for Bainbridge with a two-over 37. Will Whealdon shot a three-over 38, while five others shot a 39.

For the girls, they stayed undefeated as Jasmine Shattuck and Julia Gross scored 34 and 31 Stableford points, respectively. Annika Van Houte had 30 points while Miranda Smith added 19.

Head coach Ian Havill said he was impressed with the team’s performance in spite of missing top scorer Maddy Devlin, who was out with an illness.

“It’s our best score of the season,” he said. “We’ve gotten better each time, so that gives them a lot of confidence that even though our best player isn’t here, they can still step up and play some of their best golf.”

Against West Seattle, the girls won 101-15. Gross scored 32 Stableford points, while Shattuck and Van Houte had 25 points each.

The boys defeated West Seattle 163-42. Jonson was the medalist with a four-under 33 while Whealdon shot a two-under 35. Bobby Griffin, Kris Thompson and Adam Pool all shot a one-over 38.

Both teams host Eastside Catholic Tuesday.

Volleyball

After a big win over the Braves, the Bainbridge volleyball team have had a rollercoaster performance these past few games.

They lost to Lakeside Thursday by the scores of 10-25, 25-21, 25-19, 9-25 and 6-15.

Nina Mutty had 13 kills while Erin Kinney had 26 assists. Emma Burgess had 18 digs.

The Spartans rebounded to sweep Cleveland by the scores of 25-10, 25-7 and 25-16 Friday.

At the Kent Classic Invitational Saturday, the Spartans had an uneven day. They defeated 4A Kentlake and split with 4A Skyline and 4A Mt. Tahoma in pool play but lost to 4A Issaquah. Bainbridge then lost to 4A Kentridge in bracket play.

They were swept by Eastside Catholic Tuesday by the scores of 13-25, 12-25 and 11-25. Mutty had five kills and three aces while Amanda Witt had three blocks.

The team travels to Seattle Prep Tuesday.

Girls soccer

Two losses have put the Bainbridge girls soccer team near the bottom of the Metro League Mountain Division.

They lost to Holy Names 1-0 Tuesday when Julia Hann scored the game’s lone goal in the 24th minute.

The Spartans also lost to Bishop Blanchet 3-1 Thursday.

Rosie Kerstetter scored in the eighth minute, but Eilish Richards equalized in the 10th minute. Katie Ryan put the Braves on top nine minutes later while Stephanie Spiekerman added an insurance goal in the 62nd minute.

Bainbridge hosts North Kitsap Saturday.

Girls swimming

The Bainbridge girls swimming team lost to 4A Newport 103-83 Sept. 16 for its first dual meet loss of the season, but rebounded to crush 4A Central Kitsap 127-56 Tuesday and Port Angeles 127-59 Tuesday.

Against CK, Tess Harpur scored state qualifying times in the 100 fly with a time of 1:00.32 and the 100 breast with a time of 1:11.25. Sarah Grundman had a state qualifying time of 5:22.38 in the 500 free. The 200 medley relay team of Cameo Hlebasko, Tess Harpur, Anna Peirano and Kay Sterner achieved a state qualifying time of 1:57.62 while the 400 free relay team of Peirano, Emily Sonnenfeld, Geneva Levy and Grundman had a state qualifying time of 3:52.48.

Boys water polo

Team Ray lost two league matches last week.

Against Newport, they lost 18-7. Head coach Kristin Swanson said the game was quite physical, but the team didn’t wilt.

Alex Nowjack and Grant Dunaway scored two goals, while Alex Gorman, Jared Bell and Colin White scored once.

Against Bellevue, they lost 17-10, but Swanson said the team played their best game of the season.

Dunaway led the way with four goals while Bell and Gabe Clark, who Swanson felt had a “standout” game, had 2 apiece.

Riley Deering and Mark Smith added goals while Nowjack had three assists and Harper had 12 blocks.

Bainbridge hosts Roosevelt Friday at 6 p.m.

Club rugby

A new rugby football club is starting on Bainbridge Island.

Dubbed the Bainbridge Barbarians, they play Microsoft RFC Saturday at 2:30 p.m. on the grass field by the fastpitch field at Bainbridge High School.

The team is also looking for new players. Contact Tom Burgess at 425-864-3215 or e-mail Marc Cantwell at marc.a.cantwell@gmail.com

Equestrian

Three island teenagers made strong showings at the Northwest Autumn Classic in Monroe Sept. 9-13.

Cassie Thomas and her pony, Brownie Points, won the Pony Hunter finals and took second in the Pony Medal Finals.

Russell Burke and his horse BB Madeline took first in the Meter Jumper Division. He also won the Best Child Jumper Rider award.

Jesse Shurtleff and her horse Airtight Alibi took first in the 1.15 meter jumpers and took third in the 1.20 meter jumpers category. Shurtleff and her horse Armani won the Washington Good Seat and Hands Equitation Finals and the Oregon Hunter Jumper Equitation Finals. Both rider and horse travel to Harrisburg, PA for the 65th annual Pennsylvania National Horse Show Oct. 14-23.

All three riders compete for Woodside Stables LLC out of Kingston.

Club soccer

The Bainbridge Island Soccer Club is now taking registration for the Wooden Spoon 4v4 Tournament.

The tournament is Oct. 10 and is held at Battle Point Park. The games start at 10 a.m. with the championship games starting at 2 p.m.

The age groups are U10, U12, U14, high school, adults open and women’s open. A max of six players are allowed on the youth roster while a max of eight players are allowed for the adult roster.

To register, visit www.bifc.net.

Select baseball

The Spartan Baseball Club recently announced the rosters for the two teams they are fielding for the 2011 season.

13U Sandy Koufax – Coaches: Gavin DeWitt and Bruce Lowrie. Players – Nate Boegl, Richard Carrillo, Wesley Houser, Colby Jensen, Ian O’Keefe, Avery Sand, David Wellbrock, Grayson Woolever, Max Thomas, Niels Summers, Cole Schardein, Truman Miller, Cole Smith, Chase Bauer, Nick Nordberg, Jack Kramer.

15U Mickey Mantle – Coach: Jayson Gore. Players: Nick Barreca, Lincoln Beal, Cory Daniels, Drew Dierickx, Brett Green, Matthew Hinton, Dylan Lehotsky, Jack Post, Jacob Shore, Harrison King, Pierre LeDorze, Paris Amore, Andrew Hoff, August Rodriquez, Sam Tiffany, Liam Greiwe.

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