2000-01 South Kitsap football schedule, results, and summaries. 
 

Updated: November 12, 2000
 
DATE OPPONENT RESULT
Sept 9 at Rogers (Sparks Stadium, Puyallup) L  33 - 34
Sept 15 at Port Angeles (Civic Field, Port Angeles) W 28 - 0
Sept 22 at Gig Harbor (Anderson Field, Purdy) W 27 - 7
Sept 29 Bremerton W 32 - 6
Oct 6 Central Kitsap W 41 - 20
Oct 12 at Olympic (Silverdale Stadium) W 42 - 0
Oct 20 North Kitsap W 35 - 22
Oct 26 Peninsula W 34 - 7
Nov 3 Capital (Playoff seeding game) W 47 - 32
Nov 11 Kamiak at Lincoln Bowl (first round) L  20 - 42

NOV 11 Tacoma, WA - Ryan Cole's 203 yards and two TDs weren't enough to ward off the Kamiak Knights as the #2 team from the WesCo league ended the Wolves' season 42-20 in a first-round state playoff game at the Lincoln Bowl in Tacoma.  Kamiak's Justin Washington scored three touchdowns to help keep SK in catch-up mode.  Cole finished the season with over 2,200 yards.

NOV 3 Port Orchard, WA - The Wolves beat Capital of Olympia 47-32 to up their record to 21 continuous state playoff berths since 1980.  For the third week in a row, Ryan Cole scored five touchdowns, gaining 344 yards on 32 carries. Cole now claims the west sound single-season record with 2007 yards in nine games.  South Kitsap will play Kamiak in a first-round state playoff matchup November 11 at the Lincoln Bowl in Tacoma.

OCT 26 Port Orchard, WA - The upset-minded amd second place Seahawks from Peninsula couldn't get any further than a second quarter touchdown as the Wolves ran all over them, 34-7.  For the second week in a row, Ryan Cole scored all five touchdowns.  Cole finished with 229 yards, and now has over 1,600 in eight games.  Gary Snyder had two punt-return TDs called back for penalties.  South Kitsap will host Capital, the #3 team from the Bay division, on November 3 in a loser out/winner to state playoff game.

OCT 20 Port Orchard, WA - South Kitsap clinched a playoff spot and the Bridge division title, beating the North Kitsap Vikings 35-22 in the Wolves' homecoming game at Joe Knowles Field.  The SK offensive line opened up huge gaps in the Viking defense to allow Ryan Cole to rush an amazing 365 yards.  Cole, who scored all five Wolves' touchdowns, is averaging over 200 yards per game.  Gary Snyder intercepted three Viking passes and soccer standout Jimmy French was perfect on PATs.

OCT 12 Silverdale, WA - RB Ryan Cole scored touchdowns of  44, 32, 25, and 2 yards --all in the first quarter-- as the Wolves pounded Olympic 42-0.  Cole now has over 1,000 yards for the season.

OCT 6 Port Orchard, WA - Ryan Cole continues to rack up huge yardage, rushing for 265 yards with 3 TDs of 19, 75, and 79 yards, as the Wolves overwhelmed Central Kitsap 41-20 at Joe Knowles Field.  Gary Snyder ran a Cougar punt back 52 yards for a second quarter TD.

SEPT 29 Port Orchard, WA - Ryan Cole scored on runs of 19, 8, and a pair of 1-yarders as the Wolves, playing their first home game of the season at rain-swept Joe Knowles Field, kept the Knights of Bremerton winless.  Mat Morey gave SK its first TD on a 28-yard run in the first quarter.

SEPT 22 Purdy, WA - QB Anthony Fein scrambled for a 43-yard touchdown, and Ryan Cole scored two TDs as the Wolves' defense shined brightly, turning the Tides of Gig Harbor 27-7 at Roy Anderson Field.

SEPT 15 Port Angeles, WA - SK's Ryan Cole had another big game as he rushed for 254 yards and 2 TDs as the Wolves returned to their winning ways, blanking Port Angeles 28-0.

SEPT 9 Puyallup, WA - Rogers quarterback Jeremy Kellogg tossed a 29-yard TD pass and completed a 2-point conversion with 33 seconds left to spoil the season opener for the Wolves and avenge last year's loss at South Kitsap.  SK's Ryan Cole rushed for 217 yards and scored three TDs.
 

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