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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula outlasts Highline, on to Sunday’s title match

On Thursday night, the Peninsula soccer women went out together to CenturyLink Field to watch arguably one… Continue reading

 

COLLEGE SOCCER: Lights installed at Peninsula College’s Sigmar Field, Pirate women host playoff game at 5 p.m. Saturday

Soccer under the lights has arrived at Peninsula College’s Wally Sigmar Field. First dreamed of a… Continue reading

 

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men, women earn shutout victories vs. Everett; women seal eighth straight league title

Manuel Galiano’s goal in the 29th minute was all the Peninsula men’s soccer team needed offensively to dispatch third-place Everett 1-0 at… Continue reading

 

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula erupts for 13 goals, drill second-place Edmonds

Peninsula women’s soccer coach Kanyon Anderson wasn’t happy with his team’s lack of goal-scoring after a 2-0 win over Whatcom last week… Continue reading

MEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula earns hard-fought win

The Peninsula men’s soccer team scored two goals within 90 seconds in the first half, including a goal on an absolutely spectacular… Continue reading

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula shuts out Spokane for first win of season

Peninsula broke through for two first-half goals and knocked off perennial NWAC Eastern Region power Spokane… Continue reading

WOMEN’S SOCCER PREVIEW: Pirates will pack a punch

Don’t expect a record-breaking goal-scoring team again this year, according to Peninsula College women’s soccer coach Kanyon Anderson. But Anderson doesn’t anticipate… Continue reading

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                                Peninsula’s Jose Serna was picked as an NWAC All-Star last season. He returns at central defensive midfielder for the Pirates this season.

SEASON PREVIEW: Peninsula men’s soccer packed with potential

Four NWAC men’s soccer championship banners are displayed at Peninsula College’s Wally Sigmar Field. The ability to sustain that level of success… Continue reading

<strong>Keith Thorpe</strong>/Peninsula Daily News
                                Peninsula’s Jose Serna was picked as an NWAC All-Star last season. He returns at central defensive midfielder for the Pirates this season.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Freeman moving on from Peninsula College after five seasons; Pirates assistant Rollman named interim head coach

After five seasons in charge of the Peninsula College men’s basketball program head coach Mitch Freeman is continuing his… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula sophomores heading on to next level

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team recently held a signing event for its sophomores in which seven players from… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula signs PA’s Edwards, Neah Bay’s McCaulley

Neah Bay guard Gina McCaulley and Port Angeles post Devin Edwards signed letters of intent to play for the Peninsula College Pirates… Continue reading

More than 300 expected to flee zombies in Peninsula College mud run

A field of more than 300 is expected for Peninsula College’s mud run and obstacle race Saturday, as final preparations are underway… Continue reading

Derry to present writings at Peninsula College

Poet, Peninsula College faculty emerita and 2017 writer-in-residence Alice Derry will be reading from her newest poetry collection, “Hunger” at Studium Generale… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula hitting the jackpot with Las Vegas guard Colby Jackson

The happiness, as evidenced by the mile-wide smile on his face, was real, even if Peninsula College sophomore Colby Jackson’s preference would have… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men beat Clackamas in NWAC tourney, advance to Elite 8

Peninsula College had five players reach double figures in scoring as the Pirates held back Clackamas 87-74 in a Sweet 16 matchup at… Continue reading

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula stay scrappy in NWAC Tournament loss to top-ranked Umpqua

The Peninsula College women’s basketball season came to a close with an 83-62 loss to No. 1 Umpqua in the first round of… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Forks’ Adams a major factor in Peninsula men’s success

Forks’ Marky Adams has given opposition coaches headaches on how to handle his size in the low post and anxiety attacks for Northwest… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men seal tournament berth; women rally for win vs. Skagit Valley

All five Peninsula College starters scored in double figures as the Pirate men’s basketball team pounded the Skagit Valley… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men bury Bellevue down the stretch

Down by four points with 2:23 left to play, the Peninsula basketball men rallied, outscoring Bellevue 9-0 down the stretch to win… Continue reading