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"This year, the Bainbridge High School boys’ swim-and-dive team has the ideal combination of quality competitors and enviable depth in every event.“While I’m always optimistic about our chances, I really believe that we are the team to beat in the Olympic League and at district,” said Spartan head coach Joe Black, who’s in the third season of his second go-around with the squad."
"The Kennedy High School girls’ soccer team took what might be called a hands-on approach to its 3-1 victory over Bainbridge Tuesday night in the opening round of the state playoffs.The game of soccer, by design, has little use for a player’s hands. If a ball touches one during on-field play, whether it’s intentional or otherwise, possession is immediately awarded to the other team.But Kennedy found a way around that, using throw-in plays from the sidelines for each of its three goals during their contest at Burien’s Highline Stadium to end the Spartans’ season"
"If heart could have won the state championship, the BHS boys’ water polo team would have had it in the bag. Instead, two bitter defeats and a pair of disciplinary actions ended Team Ray’s win streak, title hopes and season, leaving the squad with a fourth-place finish at last weekend’s state championship tournament."
"The Bainbridge High School girls’ swim-and-dive team’s steamroll ride over the rest of the Olympic League this year has been utterly predictable since the first few weeks of the season.And yet, that hasn’t taken the edge off the excitement the Spartans generate in the least."
"The West Central District meet win was predictable. So, fans of the Bainbridge High School girls’ swim-and-dive team have come to learn, was the excitement.It began in the finals of the 200 freestyle event, in which senior Sarah Weigle nailed down the district’s final berth to the state 3A meet with a third-place, personal-best performance of two minutes, 2.06 seconds. Weigle may also be in line for an at-large state bid in the 500 free, in which she placed second at 5:30.54."
“Un-freaking-believable.”That was the sentiment voiced by a North Kitsap fan following the Viking girls’ soccer team’s 1-0 loss to Bainbridge Thursday – an end-of-the-regular-season contest that propelled the Spartans in and the Vikings out of next week’s double-elimination West Central District playoffs.
"You can’t graduate from school by passing just half your classes. You can’t buy your favorite clothes and compact disks by offering just 50 percent of the asking price.And, as the members of the Bainbridge High School football team learned last Friday, you can’t win a game by playing just the first two quarters."
"Looked at from a certain skewed angle, a lot went right last Friday night in the Bainbridge High School football team’s 49-7 loss to Franklin Pierce.The Spartans (2-3) got their first 100-yard rushing performance from junior wingback Matt Reynolds, whose 100 yards on 12 carries included a 40-yard first-quarter burst. Bainbridge’s runners picked up 209 yards total."
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