In the regular season the Spartans were undefeated, but in the post season, that doesn’t mean much.
The other teams that saw the Spartans’ first game of the state soccer tournament no doubt have their eyes wide open now. Bainbridge High played its first game of the tournament against Hazen Wednesday and came out with intensity — and a shutout win.
Same top team and familiar foe, but the ending was almost unimaginable. The Bainbridge High fastpitch softball team played Holy Names for the Metro League Championship on Friday at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle.
It’s time to try for the title. Three teams from Bainbridge High School — the fastpitch team, the boys soccer team and the girls lacrosse team — have advanced to the playoffs are seeking a shot at a state crown.
The Bainbridge High School crew team came home with a boatload of medals after competing in their biggest regatta of the season this past weekend at the Brentwood Regatta in British Columbia.
The Spartans girls lacrosse team won its 10th straight game Wednesday as their regular season came to a close, and now will start the post-season journey to another run at a state championship.
Bainbridge High head soccer coach George Vukic said he was scratching his head after the boys soccer team finished their last game of the season with a 0-0 draw against Bishop Blanchet Wednesday.
The Spartans baseball squad is currently 6-5 and right in the middle of the standings, but the outcome of their season will rest heavily on the next week as the Spartans play what head coach David Smart calls an insane amount of games.
After defeating the then-undefeated Holy Names Cougars 12-0 last week — a game in which Bainbridge head coach Liz McCloskey said was the best game thus far of the season for the Spartans — the Spartans had a home rematch on Friday.