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Sports Roundup -- Everyone wins at Hoopfest/Sailors tackle tough regatta/
Everyone wins at Hoopfest
Four Bainbridge kids won the 3rd-4th grade bracket at Hoopfest for B.E.S.T. on March 5.
Ivy Terry, Isabella Todd, Sallie Marx and Maddie Ketcheside defeated several teams in the 3-on-3 tournament held at various schools.
Its their second year of participating in Hoopfest.
They got beat up by the fourth-graders last year, but they learned how to beat the press and the double team, said Jeff Ketcheside. They played really well as a team. I was really proud of them for being good sports.
The four also play on the Blakely Rebounders, a Kitsap County Parks & Recreation team that is undefeated with two games to go.
Sailors tackle tough regatta
Twenty-three sailboats from the central sound area participated in the Jim Depue Memorial regatta hosted by the Port Madison Yacht Club on Feb. 25.
The boats sailed a 16.5-mile course via Port Monroe, Jefferson Head, West Point, then back to Port Monroe for the finish in light winds and partial sunshine.
The race is the first of the West Sound series with each of the area clubs taking turns as host to the six-race series. This kick-off race is traditionally named in memory of Jim Depue, former PMYC Commodore and strong sailing supporter. Port Madison sailors have a tradition of big turnouts for this event.
Top three boats for each division:
Division 1 (Rating 140 and below): 1. Navitae Jurenis Sudie Parker West Sound Corinthian Trip 47; 2. Kilo Paul Faget Port Madison Synergy 1000; 3. New Haven John Kerrigan Port Madison Baltic 38
Division 2 ( Rating 141 and above): 1. Rosie Lee Karl Shearer Port Madison Thunderbird 26; 2. Squirt Brad Butler Port Madison Schumm 22; 3. Uffda Ben Braden Port Madison Moore 24.
Division 3 (No Flying Sails): 1. Triumph Keith Federspiel Port Madison Wylie Cat 30; 2. Duke Dan Baker Bremerton Catalina 36.
For more complete results go to www.portmadisonyc.org.