SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball beats Rampage
Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Peninsula’s TreShawn King Dunbar, front, and Washington Rampage’s Laron Daniels fight for a rebound in the first half on Tuesday night in Port Angeles.
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PORT ANGELES — Peninsula College took a professional team to school Tuesday night.
Four players scored in double figures as the Pirates defeated ABA team the Washington Rampage 78-73.
Daniel Sims paced Peninsula with 16 points. He also brought down 12 rebounds and dished out eight assists.
Djuan Smith contributed 15 points and eight boards, TreShawn King Dunbar scored 11 points and Gatpan Panaom scored 10 points.
Arnold Anderson just missed double figures with nine points, but he had a nice all-around statistical effort with seven rebounds, four assists and four steals.
Donald Gaddy added seven points to the Pirates’ win.
Dudley Ewell scored 21 points for the Rampage, who are based in Everett.
The game was the last in Port Angeles for the remainder of 2012.
Peninsula will continue its difficult schedule by hitting the road for three tournaments over the next month.
The Pirates face Eastern Utah on Friday in the Farmer’s Insurance Challenge at the College of Southern Idaho.
On Saturday, Peninsula will face the host Golden Eagles.
Next weekend, the Pirates will play in the Umpqua Crossover Tournament in Roseburg, Ore.
Peninsula will have nearly two weeks off before traveling to Clackamas, Ore., to participate in the Clackamas Holiday Tournament at Clackamas Community College from Friday, Dec. 28, to Saturday, Dec. 30.
Last modified: December 05. 2012 5:47PM