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South Kitsap announces new baseball, fastpitch coaches

October 12th, 2012 at Fri, 12th, 2012 at 2:50 pm by chrischancellor

South Kitsap athletic director Ed Santos just announced the hiring of coaches Jessica Cabato (fastpitch) and Marcus Logue (baseball). We will have a story when we reach both in the coming days.

Cabato is a former Central Kitsap standout who played at Bethune-Cookman University in Florida. She also coached at Olympic College. Cabato replaces Tami Lester-Dame, who did not have her contract renewed after guiding the Wolves to their first state-playoff appearance since 2003.

Logue played football, basketball and baseball at Port Townsend, but did not compete in athletics at Washington State. He joined former football coach D.J. Sigurdson’s staff at South in 2008. Logue left that position after two seasons to pursue a full-time teaching position in Seattle, but is back at South this year. He replaces Jim Fairweather, who guided the Wolves for the last nine seasons.

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