SPORTS: Peninsula College men preserve perfect division record

PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula men’s basketball team kept its hot shooting and tough defense going Saturday night to preserve its perfect NWAACC North Division record.

The Pirates (3-0 in league, 6-6 overall) led the game from start to finish, posting their third straight game with 80 or more points in an 85-76 victory over Skagit Valley (2-1, 8-4).

The victory puts Peninsula at .500 for the first time since a three-game losing streak had it at 3-6 to being the season.

Trevant Musgrow led all scorers for the game with 18 points. The freshman guard also added five assists.

Ryan Rutherford had 16 points and four assists for the Pirates, while Jason Gamblin added nine rebounds and seven points.

Christian Manzana had another solid night, scoring 15, hauling in 11 rebounds and blocking two shots.

Peninsula hosts Seattle Community College on Wednesday in their next game.

The Peninsula women lost their match-up against Skagit Valley 71-33.

Down 33-12 at the half, the Pirates could never scratch their way back into this one.

Jimesha Collins led the Pirates with nine points while Jamie Wycoff added six.

Emily Garner grabbed six rebounds for Peninsula.

The women will host Seattle on Wednesday also.

Men’s Box Score

Peninsula 85, Skagit Valley 76

Peninsula 37 48 — 85

Skagit Valley 29 47 — 76

Individual Scoring

Skagit Valley 76)

Musgrow 18, Rutherford 16, Manzana 15, Gamblin 9, Johnson 8, Worley 8.

Peninsula (85)

Beatty 15, Stickney 10, Moffet 17.

Women’s Box Score

Skagit Valley 71, Peninsula 33

Skagit Valley 33 38 — 71

Home 12 21 — 33

Individual Scoring

Skagit Valley (71)

Benner 17, Arendse 16, Ruscha 12, Ridenhour 7, Russell 6, Edge 6.

Peninsula (33)

Collins 9, Wycoff 6, Carter 5, Musgrove 5, Jackson 4, Houser 3, Reid 1.

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