SPORTS: Peninsula College soccer teams tie

BREMERTON — The Peninsula College men’s and women’s Soccer teams came home with a pair of ties after Wednesday’s road doubleheader at NWAACC rival Olympic.

The top-ranked men’s team finished with a 0-0 draw against the Rangers.

It was the second straight game Peninsula was held without a goal after seeing its eight-game win streak come to an end.

The tie moved the Pirates to 6-1-1 in league and 8-1-3 overall. They are still four points ahead of second-place Bellevue in the NWAACC West Division standings.

“Jared Cook recorded his fifth shutout of the season,” Peninsula Men’s coach Andrew Chapman said, “but we need to create more chances.”

Peninsula freshman Jackie Rodgers scored a goal in the 86th minute to help the Pirates salvage a 1-1 tie in the women’s game.

“Felicia Collins had a stand-out game in the back,” Peninsula Women’s coach Kanyon Anderson said. “And Jackie Rodgers played really well.”

Rodgers’ shot was the 15th of the game for the Pirates.

Peninsula (3-2-3, 3-4-4) currently sits in third place in the West Division.

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