Nicolet was a standout baseball player in the South Kitsap area for many years: as a member of the local Babe Ruth team he won two state titles, a regional title and took fifth at nationals. He also won the MVP of the state high school all-star game and was the community college player of the year while he was at Ft. Steilacoom Community College. The Cleveland Indians drafted him and he made it as high as AA before injuries ended his career.
Peterson was on the Parker Lumber team that was the first from this area that won a state slowpitch title in 1964. He also won several all-tournament nominations.
Bowman, signed by the then New York Giants, was a longtime journeyman of minor league baseball for many years. His one claim to fame was throwing four wild pitches in one inning while throwing in relief for the San Diego Padres in a Pacific Coast League game.
Weiss was one of the co-founders of the North Kitsap Little League. Best known as "Spider," he also coached and worked as an umpire for many years.
Austin was a well known local recruiter and team organizer for fastpitch. He also coached and pitched. Fifteen times his team ended the season in the state tournament.
Fryberger played over 25 seasons for numerous slowpitch teams. She won an MVP tournament award in 1995.
Scherer was a longtime and successful coach for the Bainbridge boys’ basketball and baseball teams.