Sports Roundup | Feb. 1

Boys basketball

Bainbridge recorded its lowest score of the season with a 39-35 loss to West Seattle Friday.

The Spartans (7-4 in the Metro, 10-5 overall) were out-rebounded for the first time this season, and only had one player – Will DiIorio with 19 points – in double digits.

Tuesday, the Spartans will host Bishop Blanchet (2-12 in the Metro, 2-16 overall) at 7 p.m.

Girls basketball

Rebecca Sharar led the Spartans to a 43-34 victory over West Seattle Friday. Sharar poured in 16 points, 16 rebounds and 2 steals.

The Spartans, trailing by one going into the second half, took the lead with a 16-8 third-quarter run.

Hannah Depew had 12 points and three steals and Micki Johns grabbed seven boards.

Bainbridge (4-7 in the Metro, 6-10 overall) will face Bishop Blanchet (8-6 in the Metro, 10-8 overall) at 7 p.m. Wednesday at home.


Bainbridge defeated North Kitsap and Kingston in its last regular-season meet Friday.

Bainbridge scored 160.975 to North Kitsap's 14.45 and Kingston's 133.55.

Rachel Kaminer, who took first on the beam, placed third all-around with 32.75.

Katie Mathews placed third in the floor routine with a 9.1.

The Spartans head to West Seattle for the Metro League Championship meet Friday. Only one Metro team will advance to the SeaKing District championships.


The Spartans lost to Lakeside 100-76 Friday. Bainbridge will compete in the Metro League meet 5 p.m. Friday at Madison pool.

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