Jim Judge

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Judge, known by his nicknames "Ghost" and "Crafty," won over 70 tournaments in a 23-year career. He also took home three state titles, a second place finish at regionals and was named to numerous all-tournament teams and one all-state selection.

Bill Sturgeon

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Sturgeon was a longtime coach of successful local Peewee teams in the 1960s, Babe Ruth teams in the 1970s and the American Legion Post 68 team for six years before he died of a heart attack in 1979. He was also a longtime teacher in the Central Kitsap and Bremerton School Districts.

Leah Francis

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Francis was a member of the legendary Diamond Dusters team in the early 90s that was later enshrined in the Hall of Fame. She was a four-sport star at North Mason High School and won two state titles in the javelin. Despite a fractured arm in her freshman season at the University of Washington that nearly ended her career, Francis recovered to help the Huskies make the championship game in 1996 and Final Four runs her last two years. She captained the team in her senior year and won a then Pac-10 title and was an all Pac-10 and academic all Pac-10 selection.

Larry Anderson

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Anderson was an assistant coach to Dick Thompson on the legendary Diamond Dusters teams that have been enshrined in the Hall of Fame. He also helped Bruce Welling start the Central Kitsap High School softball team and helped them to a state title in 1993 and coached the Olympic College women’s team for a few years.

Lyle Boyd

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A 1946 graduate of South Kitsap, Boyd went on to play semi-pro and pro baseball for four years. He was undefeated for a semi-pro team in Lincoln, Nebraska and outdueled legendary hurler Satchel Paige in one game. He also pitched for the Oakland Acorns of the Pacific Coast League and faced off against Hall of Famer "Bullet" Bob Feller in one game. Boyd also pitched for the Bremerton Bluejackets and Phoenix in the Class C California League, Sweetwater, Texas in the Class C Longhorn League and Harlingen, Texas of the Class A Rio Grande League.

John Scheer

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Scheer was a graduate of West High and mainly played baseball growing up. He was the catcher in the 1973 state All-Star game and played with a semi-pro team in Tacoma. He later made the switch to fastpitch and was one of the standouts in the West Sound League for many years.

Pam Calnan

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Calnan, a 1971 graduate of West High, has been a longtime coach, teacher and administrator with the Central Kitsap School District. She coached several teams at Central Kitsap Junior High for 21 years before moving over to be the athletic director at Klahowya for six years. Her most successful year was 2002-2003, when the Eagles had multiple individual state champions and teams that qualified for state.