And we are ON TO STATE!!!
Here is the info on this weekend's tournaments/meets:
Fastpitch: Qualified for the State Tournament!! NEXT: State Tournament, Friday, May 24th and Saturday, May 25th @ Merkel Sports Complex in Spokane. First game on Friday is @ 10:00 am vs. Arlington.
Baseball: Won the Kent Regional. NEXT: State Baseball Final Four! Friday, May 24th, semi-finals @ GESA Stadium in Pasco vs. Kentwood @ 4:00 pm. If we win, we play Saturday, May 25th @ GESA Stadium @ 7:00 pm. If we lose, play Saturday, May 25th @ GESA Stadium @ 1:00 pm.
Track and Field: Qualified 12 athletes for the State Meet! NEXT: State Track and Field Championships, Thursday, May 23rd, Friday, May 24th and Saturday, May 25th @ Mt. Tahoma High Shcool. Events start @ 3:30 pm on Thursday, 11:00 am Friday, and 9:30 am Saturday.
Girls Tennis: Kailyn Skjonsby finished 3rd in WCD Tournament and qualified for the State Tournament! NEXT: Kailyn @ State Tennis Championships, Friday, May 24th and Saturday, May 25th @ Columbia Basin Racquet Club and area high schools in the Tri-cities. First match on Friday @ Hanford High School @ 8:30 am.
Girls Golf: Sarah Kopta qualified for the State Golf Championships! She played well but didn't make it to the finals. Great job Sarah!
Are you new to South Kitsap Athletics?
Click here for FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
New Narrows League Ticket Prices as of September, 2012
Beginning in Fall of 2011, SKHS Sports Fees are being increasaed to $75 per student, per sport.
All Junior High School sports fees are being raised to $35 per student, per sport.
ASB fees will remain the same: ($40 at SKHS, $30 at Junior Highs)
Are you a Student/Athlete interested in playing at the next level? Check the NCAA Quick Reference Guide for Eligibility Information. It's never too early to be informed!
Did You Know?! Have You Heard?!!!
You can now pay your SPORTS FEE, FINES and ASB ONLINE!! Go to the High School home page, and it's under "Site Shortcuts" then click "WebStore Online Payments."
Welcome Athletes and Parents, to another exciting year of South Kitsap Athletics. We look forward to providing the best education through athletics, learning about integrity, sportsmanship, teamwork, pride and hard work. To the many young men and women who will have the privilege of wearing a South Kitsap uniform, it is truly an honor to be part of a team, not just to win, but to pursue winning with HONOR. Go Wolves!!
If you're interested in playing sports at South Kitsap, the link on the left titled "Turn Out Info" will help you get started. There are forms to complete, physicals to obtain, fines and fees to be paid and lastly, every athlete must turn in a pink slip and yellow emergency card to their coach before reporting on the first day of try-outs. The pink slip is originated out of the Athletic Office. If you're wondering if you'll have grades to play, click here for the SKSD Grading Policy.
South Kitsap High School is in the Bridge Division of the Narrows League; a member of West Central District III, and the WIAA (Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association).
Ed Santos, Athletic Director
Athletic Office Hours: 7-3:30 M-F; 360.874.5731(phone) 360.874.5893 (fax)
For "Frequently Asked Questions" on turning out for a sport at SKHS, click the "FAQ's" link above. The process is long and we'd like to communicate everything you need to do to eliminate frustration! If you still have questions after reading the FAQ's, feel free to call the Athletic Office at 360-874-5731.
There's a new Washington State Law (HB 1824) regarding concussions. In order to be eligible to participate in sports, every student athlete and their parent is required to sign and date the informational paper on concussions and return to the Athletic Office. Forms are available in the Athletic Office or online. To download the Concussion form, please click here.
Volunteering as a Coach
If you're interested in being a Volunteer Coach at either the Junior High or High School level,
please click here for the Volunteer Coaching application.
Driving Directions to All Narrows League Schools
The Athlete's Corner is where you can find everything you need to know about SKHS athletics.
Please visit our seasonal sports pages where you will find current game schedules and more information about individual sports.
The coaches and advisors of all activities must assume a major role in the development of the youth under their charge. Their mission is to develop leaders, foster cooperation, and personally model outstanding sportsmanship for emulation by students engaged in activities.
While coaches and advisors strive for a winning attitude and high level of performance it is equally important that students receive satisfaction from participating and not humiliation in losing. The primary focus for all activities is the development of desirable traits in the individual and fulfillment gained from participation in the activity itself. Participation in activities provides students with a lifetime basis for work and leisure activities.