Bainbridge Island

Bainbridge’s Jacob Dorsey (45) helps bring down Olympic’s Luke Silva (9) during Friday night’s matchup. The Trojans prevailed 28-24. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

BHS comeback falls short due to lack of kicking game

The good news from Friday night’s football game is that Bainbridge scored as many touchdowns as Olympic. The bad news? The lack of a kicking… Continue reading

 

Sky Henderson (29) rushes to congratulate teammate Avery Pujolar after scoring her third goal of the game in a 5-0 win over Bremerton. (Mark Krulish/Bainbridge Island Review photos)

Pujolar’s hat trick sparks Bainbridge to victory

Bainbridge sophomore Avery Pujolar was flying down the left sideline at full speed in pursuit of a loose ball. She bounced off a defender trying… Continue reading

 

Klahowya is now 2-0 on the season after defeating Coupeville and Kingston in its first two games. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Football Roundup: Week 2

North Kitsap 62, Lakeside 0 The Vikings improved to 2-0 and have scored 112 points in two games thanks to another offensive outburst, this one… Continue reading

 

Bernard Dellario - Sky Studio Painting Demo. Courtesy photos

Online a blessing in disguise for Winslow Art Center

When Martha Jordan established the Winslow Art Center in 2011, she was simply trying to keep art classes and workshops going after the closure of… Continue reading

Bernard Dellario - Sky Studio Painting Demo. Courtesy photos
Josh Smith, along with partner Drake Jones, are the top doubles pair for North Kitsap and led the way in Thursday’s match against Bainbridge, winning 6-0, 6-1. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

BI wins singles, NK doubles and match

North Kitsap’s seniors are hoping to make the most of their final year of high school tennis, and the work they put in during the… Continue reading

Josh Smith, along with partner Drake Jones, are the top doubles pair for North Kitsap and led the way in Thursday’s match against Bainbridge, winning 6-0, 6-1. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
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Public Rec Center opens in BI

Joining fee waived for everyone through Sept. 17

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Noll James working behind the camera.

Local filmmaker involving community in latest project

Rachel Noll James’ film Ingress will be shot exclusively on Bainbridge Island

Noll James working behind the camera.
Bainbridge running back Matt LeDorze crashes through the line in the Spartans’ opening night game against Garfield. (Mark Krulish/Bainbridge Island Review)

Young Bainbridge blown out in opener

It was a baptismal by fire for Bainbridge’s young gridders on opening night. Hosting Metro League power Garfield, the Spartans hung tough early on, but… Continue reading

Bainbridge running back Matt LeDorze crashes through the line in the Spartans’ opening night game against Garfield. (Mark Krulish/Bainbridge Island Review)
Strength up front: Wyatt Goade (59) and Axel Gibson go head-to-head in a drill during preseason practice. (Mark Krulish/Bainbridge Island Review)

Bigger line could mean better for Bainbridge

The Bainbridge football team has undergone a serious transformation in just a few months, and in more ways than one. Last season, the Spartans were… Continue reading

Strength up front: Wyatt Goade (59) and Axel Gibson go head-to-head in a drill during preseason practice. (Mark Krulish/Bainbridge Island Review)
Isabelle Prentice is one of the volleyball team’s top returners this season. (Review file photo)

Fall sports previews: Bainbridge

Girls Soccer 2021 record: 6-4 Head coach: Katie Drovdahl Key players: Savannah Mabee, defender/midfielder, jr.; Kendall Low, midfielder, jr.; Ellie Murray, forward, jr.; Erin Weiss,… Continue reading

Isabelle Prentice is one of the volleyball team’s top returners this season. (Review file photo)
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Local film curator and essay writer Tova Gannana stands outside the Lynwood Theatre dressed in attire that reflects the times of the movie she’s showing.

Movie curator, writer to teach film critic class

Tova Gannana’s passion for film has provided her with many opportunities, her latest a film critic class she will lead in the fall through the… Continue reading

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Local film curator and essay writer Tova Gannana stands outside the Lynwood Theatre dressed in attire that reflects the times of the movie she’s showing.
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Guitar maestro Carl Verheyen to headline Treehouse Cafe Sept.5

The Supertramp guitarist has made music for many famed movies/tv shows

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Bainbridge senior Connor Sweeny wraps up a teammate during practice. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Fall athletes glad to be back where they belong

Last fall, high school fields across Washington were empty as COVID-19 restrictions kept athletes away from their schools and their teammates until February. The late-August… Continue reading

Bainbridge senior Connor Sweeny wraps up a teammate during practice. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
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New ‘resimercial’ consignment store in Winlsow

Residential, commercial furniture, local art for sale

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Don Sickle of Bainbridge Island makes a play at the net during a medal match in the Mixed Doubles tournament. Sickle and his partner, Kim Hemingway, won silver in the 3.0, 50+ group. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Founders pickleball tournament now has a home

The home of pickleball finally has a home, and this past weekend was a time to celebrate. The Founders Courts at Battle Point Park have… Continue reading

Don Sickle of Bainbridge Island makes a play at the net during a medal match in the Mixed Doubles tournament. Sickle and his partner, Kim Hemingway, won silver in the 3.0, 50+ group. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
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Drive-in, walk-in movies through August

After much success with last year’s drive-in movies at Battle Point Park, the Bainbridge Island Metro Parks and Recreation District is continuing that theme with… Continue reading

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Hunting Bigfoot to premier at Lynwood Friday

Film is directed by BI native Taylor Guterson

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From her Grease days.

Dinah Manoff — actress turned novelist

Famed actress released her debut book The Real True Hollywood Story of Jackie Gold

From her Grease days.
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Briefs

Blood needed Demand is great, so Rolling Bay Presbyterian Church will host another Pop-Up Blood Donation Center Aug. 6. The address is 11042 Sunrise Dr.… Continue reading

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BHS grad instrumental in successful Blue Origin launch

32-year-old Kyle Nyberg was the launch vehicle manager for New Shepard Rocket

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