Peninsula Pirates.

Peninsula Pirates.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates win on Jaylin Reed 3-pointer

MOUNT VERNON — The Peninsula College men’s basketball team had three close games at the Skagit Valley College Thanksgiving tournament, winning the finale Sunday 77-75 over Big Bend on a last-second 3-pointer by Jaylin Reed.

The Pirates went 2-1 in the tournament, losing 73-67 against Clackamas on Saturday.

In Sunday’s win, Isaiah Sampson led the team with 20 points and 14 rebounds, while Reed had 17 points. Michael Medlock hit two 3-pointers and scored nine points, while KeAndre Hunter-Holiday had nine points.

Reed also hit a bucket with 38 seconds left and two free throws at 1:58 as he scored seven points in the final two minutes.

Peninsula 77, Big Bend 75

PC 36 41 — 77

BB 34 41 — 75

Peninsula (77) — Sampson 20, Reed 17, Hunter-Holiday 9, Medlock 9, Williams Jr. 6, Harris 6, Rodgers 4, Barcia 4, McCullough 2.

Big Bend (75) — Miller 28, Sears 16, Frye 9, Brown 8, McMakin 7, Perez 5, Dennis 2.

Saturday’s game

Clackamas 73, Peninsula 67

MOUNT VERNON — The Pirates were tied 57-57 with Clackamas with four minutes left to play, but the Cougars made nine free throws down the stretch to pull away for a 73-67 win.

Peninsula shot well in this game (46.3 percent), especially from 2-point range, but Clackamas ended up taking 15 more shots, 69 to 54.

Reed hit three 3-pointers and led the Pirates in scoring with 19 points, while Roosevelt Williams Jr. had 15, Isaac Garcia 13 and Sampson 12. Sampson added 10 rebounds. Hunter-Holiday had seven rebounds and four assists. Sampson had three blocks, and Reed and Garcia each had three steals.

The Pirates (2-1) play their first home game at 6 p.m. Wednesday against Northwest Indian College.

Clackamas 73, Peninsula 67

CC 29 44 — 73

PC 23 44 — 67

Clackamas (73) — Bashaw 23, Gonzales 10, Best 10, Autenreith 9, Van Komen 8, Abrahamson 5, Lewis 4, Haynes 2, Gadashev 2.

Peninsula (67) — Reed 19, Williams Jr. 15, Garcia 13, Sampson 12, Welsh 4, Medlock 2, McCullough 2.

More in Sports

Sequim Wolves
PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim boys drop a pair; Sequim girls split

The Wolves returned to the floor after a COVID-related pause… Continue reading

State Senate aims to reform commission

Bills would require quicker appointments

Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Sequim's Jolene Vaara, right, dribbles upcourt while Port Angeles' Anna Petty attempts to shield Vaara from heading to the basket during the Wolves' 60-55 win over the Roughriders.
Forks' Riley Pursley (1) eyes the ball beneath the Wahkiakum defense from left Titan Niemela, Dominic Curl, and Tanner Collupy.  Looking on is Spartan Brody Lausche (22).  Photo by Lonnie Archibald.
PREP BASKETBALL: Mules kick back against Forks in second half

Forks handled Wahkiakum in the first half of a Class… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: League-leading No Diggity wins

In this week’s Peninsula Volleyball League B Division action,… Continue reading

Brant hunting days were added in Clallam County by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
OUTDOORS: Brant hunt to continue in Clallam County

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife on Tuesday announced… Continue reading

Most Read