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Central Kitsap softball won its second game in as many days as the Cougars beat Peninsula 12-2 Thursday in a South Sound Conference game at The Fairgrounds. Central pitcher Katelyn...

Central Kitsap softball won its second game in as many days as the Cougars beat Peninsula 12-2 Thursday in a South Sound Conference game at The Fairgrounds.

Central pitcher Katelyn Turk entered the game in the second inning and produced five shutout innings to get the win. Turk, a senior, gave up just two hits, two walks and had a strikeout for the win.

Faith Schenk made the most of her lone hit, a two-run home run, while Megan Webr was 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored. 

Paris Agana finished 2-for-4, reached on a Seahawks error and scored three runs. She also showed speed on the base paths with three stolen bases. Sydney Wallis had a double and RBI with a run scored for the Cougars.

The game had been rescheduled from Monday.

Also: Olympic’s win over Port Angeles on Wednesday ended a 50-game Olympic League winning streak by the Roughriders. That streak began with the OL title tiebreaker loss to Sequim on May 16, 2014. Port Angeles hosts league-leading North Kitsap on Friday while Olympic travels to Sequim. 

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