The Knights have started strong with wins against Black Hills and Washington this week

The Bremerton Knights boys basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season after a 7-62 win over Black Hills Wednesday.

Bremerton also picked up a 67-45 win against Washington Tuesday to open their season. 

Against Black Hills, the Knights were paced by the 25 points from sophomore D’Angelo Moore who also had six steals and three assists. Joseph Wilson finished with 13 points, five rebounds and seven assists and Keith Jackmon chipped in 12 points and five rebounds.

South Kitsap 62, Curtis 60 

Brian Cox picked up his first win as head coach for South Kitsap’s boys basketball team on Wednesday. The Wolves topped Curtis 62-60 in Port Orchard. The game was tied at 57 with two minutes left and Eli Mackey scored the game-winning bucket.

South’s Gavin Morkert finished with 19 points, Eli Mackey had 15 points and Kyler Kelso finished with 13 points. 

  • Bainbridge’s Cliff Hennessey led the Spartans with 26 points and Andrew Wars added 19 points in a 76-34 win over Kingston in a non-league boys basketball game in Kingston Wednesday.
  • Crosspoint’s Thunderr Doty finished with 27 points as the Warriors beat Port Townsend Wednesday at Crosspoint’s Gundy Hall. 
  • Olympic beat Peninsula in a non-leaguer, 65-53.
  • Klahowya edged North Mason in a non-league game Thursday, 51-48.

Girls Basketball

Curtis 60, South Kitsap 42

Turnovers were an issue for the Wolves as South Kitsap lost to Curtis in a non-league game Thursday at Curtis.

The Wolves committed 18 turnovers, mostly unforced. Freshman Kiki Prudhomme led SK with 13 points and Areeza Armin finished with seven points.

North Mason 56, Klahowya 42

Sophomore guard Ella Koebelin led the Eagles with 23 points but the North Mason Bulldogs pulled ahead late to win their home opener Wednesday in Belfair.

The game was close most of the way as the Eagles had three players foul out and NM took advantage to get the win. 

Koebelin also had  four assists, three rebounds and two steals while Kyla Radford had eight points for the Eagles.

Central Kitsap 44, Bremerton 25 

Central Kitsap earned a non-league win over Bremerton Wednesday in Silverdale.

The Cougars led 24-7 at halftime and were paced by the 10 points and three steals from Charlize Katz. Jada Kopp, a freshman, scored eight points and had six rebounds, Alexandra Neumann had six points, eight rebounds and three assists while Amaya Saunders grabbed seven rebounds and five points in the win.

Bremerton’s Brook-Lynn Irvine led the Knights with 10 points. 

  • Crosspoint’s girls team lost to Port Townsend in a doubleheader Wednesday at Crosspoint, 55-29.
  • Olympic beat Aberdeen 53-28 in a non-league opener Tuesday in East Bremerton.
  • Kingston beat Foster 69-37 Wednesday to pick up a road win. 

Boys Swimming

Central Kitsap 91, Timberline 78

Central Kitsap won its season opener against Timberline Thursday.

CK senior James Sanchez earned state-qualifying times in the 100-yard butterfly and the 100 backstroke. Overall, the Cougars had 13 district times, including their three relays.

CK’s Caden Chandler won the 200 freestyle and Ethan Hutton picked up a win in the 100 breaststroke. The Cougars won the 200 medley and 200 free relays as well. 

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