Spartan girls snag big win in season debut | Photo gallery

A win was notched, a record broken and a tone set during the Bainbridge High School varsity girls basketball team’s debut outing Monday, Nov. 26, in their home game against Olympic High.

Of the first game of her first season at the helm, BHS Head Coach Karen Byers, who took over the program from two-season honcho Henry Guterson, said things were looking as she’d hoped.

The final buzzer saw the Spartans up 75-42.

The Review’s Luciano Marano was courtside, camera in hand, to cover the action. His favorite shots are collected here.

More in Sports

Spartans slay Gig Harbor in boys LAX quarterfinals, advance to playoff semis

It was easy. It was breezy. And it was, in fact, beautiful.… Continue reading

Spartans advance nine to State track-and-field meet

A busy night of finals at the Seattle King County Track &… Continue reading

Spartans score quarterfinal LAX win against Gig Harbor | Photo gallery

After easing through a bye in the first round of this year’s… Continue reading

BHS takes third in girls water polo

The Bainbridge Spartans girls varsity water polo team claimed third place in… Continue reading

Bainbridge martial arts team wins at Regionals

Eleven team athletes from Pacific Fusion Premier Martial Arts have qualified for… Continue reading

BIGC gymnasts host State meet, club competes at Regionals

Nearly 400 competitors from across Washington descended on Bainbridge for the Washington… Continue reading

Houseman qualifies for Olympic Trials

Kevin Houseman of the Bainbridge Island Swim Club has qualified for the… Continue reading

Gear Grinders take third in year’s second mountain bike race

The Gear Grinders, Bainbridge Island’s high school and middle school mountain bike… Continue reading

Spartans too tough for Tigers

The Spartans stopped Stadium Saturday in girls varsity water polo. Bainbridge tamed… Continue reading

Most Read