Three Bainbridge Spartans were named to the U19 Team Washington and will represent Washington Girls Lacrosse at the US Lacrosse women’s national tournament in May.
Sophomores Kendall Havill along with Eleanor Collins and Eleanor King are among the 15 players chosen from 20 programs.
The tournament will be at Stony Brook University, Long Island, New York over the Memorial Day weekend. Team Washington will be participating in the Seneca Division. More information on the tournament itself can be found here.
Congratulations to the 2018 U19 Team Washington players. There are 15 programs represented on the roster. These 20 players will represent Washington Girls Lacrosse at the @USLacrosse Women’s National Tournament in May. https://t.co/rswJSecawp #teamwa pic.twitter.com/sIHTzhi0RD
— Washington Girls Lax (@WA_GLAX) March 29, 2018
Softball: Spartans blast past Crusaders
Bainbridge rocked Eastside Catholic 19-0 Wednesdy in a Metro League contest. The game ended in the third due to the mercy-rule.
The game started simply with a scoreless 1 1/2 innings. But the Spartans went up 5-0 in the bottom of the second and then add 14 runs in the third. Malia Peato pitched the shutout giving up one hit, striking out five and no walks to improve to 3-1.
Maddie Loverich had the big bat for Bainbridge. She had a grand slam, seven RBIs, scored three runs and was 3-for-4 with a double. The Spartans reached base 14 times on walks and two hit-by-batters.
— BHS Spartan Softball (@Bain_Softball) March 28, 2018
Boys Soccer: CK riding hot streak after win over Capital
Central Kitsap picked up its third straight win before heading into spring break next week with a 2-0 victory over Capital in a South Sound Conference 3A match.
— CKHS Boys Soccer (@ckhs_soccer) March 30, 2018
Logan Field scored in the 29th minute off an assist from Sorrel to give CK a 1-0 lead. Field then collected his second goal just after halftime for the 2-0 score.
North Kitsap outlasted Port Angeles on the road, winning 7-6 in a penalty-kick shootout in an Olympic League 2A boys soccer match.
The win by the Vikings puts them in a tie with PA and Kingston at 4-1 in league play.