Sports Roundup - Hoopsters get more honors/BIGC keeps on tumblin
June 9, 2008 · Updated 7:13 PM
Hoopsters get more honors
Several basketball players earned more honors this week.
In addition to their All-Kitsap News Group selections, three Spartans were named to the All-Metro League team.
Brittany Gray was voted to the first team and named the leagues most valuable player.
Anna Wood was a second-team selection while Emily Farrar was selected to the third team.
Four Spartans were also selected to take part in the sixth annual West Sound Senior All-Star basketball event next Tuesday at Olympic College in Bremerton.
Nick Fling, Caleb Davis and Mike Walsh were selected for the boys Cascade team while Farrar was named to the girls Cascade team.
The girls game starts at 5:30 p.m. with the boys game to immediately follow.
BIGC keeps on tumblin
The Bainbridge Island Girls Gymnastics Club qualified several girls for sectionals at the PJ Classic in Federal Way last weekend.
On the level 6 team, Marielle Summers placed second overall in her age group with a score of 32.75 which qualifies her for sectionals. Summers also placed first on vault and bars and third on floor.
Chloe Seferos placed fifth overall in her age group with a 34.1 and took second place on the floor while Miller Shor earned an overall score of 32.7.
At level 4, Jianna Kaufman placed fourth in her age group with a score of 31.8 and Morgan Dierickx earned a 29.675, qualifying her for sectionals. Kathleen Callahan competed for level 8 and earned an overall score of 33.625.
In related news, Brooke Williams competed in the Emerald Team Challenge gymnastics meet March 8 in Cottage Grove, Ore.
She competed in the USAG Level 9 Junior A (Child) division and placed fourth on the vault, sixth on bars, second on beam, and first on floor, winning the all-around competition with a total score of 36.625.