PA’s Cole Uvila named to MLB Fall Stars team
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Port Angeles product Cole Uvila has been selected to play in Saturday’s Arizona Fall League Fall Stars Game against some of baseball’s top prospects.
The game will be livestreamed at 5 p.m. at mlb.com/arizona-fall-league.
Since the Arizona Fall League created the Fall Stars Game in 2006, the showcase has featured some of Major League Baseball’s biggest stars, including Ronald Acuña Jr., Cody Bellinger, Mike Trout and Christian Yelich.
Uvila has a 1.13 ERA in eight innings in six outings for the Surprise Saguaros (11-6) this fall. He has a 12-to-3 strikeout-to-walk ratio and opponents are batting .207 against him.
PORT ANGELES — Registration is underway for the 2019-20 Peninsula Volleyball League, an adult coed league played Thursday nights at Peninsula College.
The Peninsula league serves as the A Division for the Port Angeles Parks & Recreation coed B Division.
It’s for players ages 16-and-older with intermediate-to-advanced volleyball skills.
The entry fee is $300 and team captains can register their teams by emailing Rick Ross at [email protected].
The league will hold an open gym at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 24 and will begin league play Nov. 7.
Individuals who hope to land on teams are encouraged to attend the open gym session.
PAHS alumni game
PORT ANGELES — Players are sought for a Port Angeles High School Alumni Basketball Game planned for Nov. 29.
The game will be held at the high school gym from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The cost is $5 to play and proceeds will support the Roughrider boys basketball program.
For more information, contact head coach Kasey Ulin at 360-640-1845 or email [email protected].
PC’s Powsey honored
PORT ANGELES — Peninsula College’s Toni Powsey has been recognized as the NWAC Women’s Soccer Athlete of the Week.
A sophomore centerback from Cumberland, B.C., Powsey is a key component of a stout Pirate defense that has allowed five goals in 13 games for unbeaten Peninsula.
She is the center of a crew that has so far recorded nine shutouts.
“Toni has been great for us this year in a variety of positions,” said Pirate head coach Kanyon Anderson. “She has played every position across the back line and has offered great leadership in doing so. She trains well and is committed to a team first mentality. The future is very bright for her and we feel very fortunate to have such a wonderful person and player at Peninsula College.”
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