North Kitsap’s Olivia Selembo lead the Vikings with 16 points, four assists, and three steals as they beat Sequim 67-45 Friday night to remain at the top of the Olympic League 2A girls basketball standings.
But it’s close.
Kingston (9-3 overall) walloped Bremerton 85-33 Friday to move into a tie for second place with Port Angeles. Both teams boast 4-1 records. PA (8-3) beat Olympic 48-36 as the Trojans sit in fourth place at 2-3 (3-8 overall).
Sequim (1-3, 3-6), North Mason (1-4, 6-6) and Bremerton (0-5, 0-10) round out the standings.
For North, the Vikings outscored Sequim 21-2 in the second quarter to lead 30-9 at halftime. Raelee Moore chipped in 13 points, five steals, and four rebounds while Katie Hughes also had 13 points. Noey Barreith led NK with seven rebounds.
The big game of the week will be Tuesday’s showdown between Kingston and North Kitsap. That game is Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Poulsbo.
In 1A, Klahowya (0-2, 2-8) had the bye Friday after losing to Port Townsend 56-30 on Wednesday. The Eagles host Olympic in a non-league game Tuesday before taking on league-leading Chimacum (2-0, 5-6) next Friday.
In South Puget Sound League 4A action, South Kitsap beat Puyallup 52-44 to move to 2-6 in league (3-9 overall). The Wolves broke a five-game losing skid with the win. South will play Olympia (3-4, 5-5) on Tuesday in Port Orchard. The Bears are sitting in the sixth spot in the standings, right above South.
Central Kitsap’s struggles continue as the Cougars lost to Peninsula 75-54 in a South Sound Conference 3A game. Central (0-6, 3-9) hosts Yelm (2-4, 6-6) Monday at 7 p.m.
The 3A Spartans from Bainbridge lost their second game this week, falling 49-33 to Ballard in a Metro League Mountain vs. Sound matchup. Bainbridge (2-5, 5-7) hosts West Seattle Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.