Geiger was a three sport star at Bremerton High School and helped the Kerr Motors American Legion team win a state title in 1949. He and teammate Jack Brady earned the first two baseball scholarships ever handed out by the University of Washington, but he was only there for a short time. Geiger joined the amateur Cheney Studs and was a top pitcher for them, winning over 100 games and two AABC titles. He also played for the U.S. in the 1955 Pan American Games.
Sigo was a member of the Suquamish Tribe and a four sport star at Silverdale High School. He graduated in 1942, served in the Army and then returned to play for teams from his tribe and the Tulalip tribe and became revered by many for his play, while shunning several offers from pro teams, including the Brooklyn Dodgers. He died in 1971.
Harkins was a big proponent of softball and worked through the East Bremerton Improvement Club to form the first ever softball league in Kitsap County and sponsored the team that won a state title in 1942.
Mosher has been off and on with the Kitsap Sun since 1970. He mainly covered the Seattle Mariners for a long time and also worked as the official scorer for the team. He left a few years ago to start his own weekly, The Sports Paper, but returned to freelance for the Sun. Mosher was also the general manager of the Kitsap Outsiders from 1970-74 when they played in three national tournaments.
Clifton was a Minnesota native that came to Kitsap by way of the Marines and stayed around once he was discharged, joining the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department. Clifton also played for numerous slowpitch teams, including Gene Lobe Rich Heat as they won five straight state titles. Clifton was selected as an all-state pitcher numerous times. He led a team he formed – the Recyclables – to two state crowns in the 70s.
Cook played fastpitch for over 30 years since he was 18 years old. He won the John Pederson Award in 1984 and was a player-manager for Illahee Foods that took third at state, fourth at regionals and was .500 at nationals in 1986.
Beller was a graduate of West High when he quarterbacked the Wildcats to a mythical state championship and was an all-league standout. He played for many years and for many teams in Seattle and Bremerton.