PENINSULA: Community college basketball players signed by NCAA schools

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PORT ANGELES — Even after taking last season off from intercollegiate basketball, former Peninsula College player Ray Munyagi drew the attention of NCAA Division I coaches.

Munyagi recently agreed to play for Idaho State University beginning next season.

His signing and that of two other Pirate players — Steven Towne and Vanika Dickerson — were announced Tuesday by Peninsula College.

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