Peninsula College

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Resilient to the end, Peninsula men and women finish strong

Peninsula College men’s and women’s basketball teams celebrated a season unlike any other with a sweep of their final contests of the… Continue reading

 

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates men, women lose close road games to Bellevue

The Peninsula College men’s and women’s teams have not been able to get past first-place Bellevue this season, as they had a pair… Continue reading

 

Grace Johnson, left, and Hope Glasser.

PENINSULA COLLEGE: Pirates’ student-athletes honored

Nordland’s Grace Johnson and Sequim’s Hope Glasser were among the six athletic award winners announced by the Peninsula College athletic department during… Continue reading

Grace Johnson, left, and Hope Glasser.
Peninsula’s Hope Glasser, a graduate of Sequim High School, right, tries to slip around the defense of Olympic’s Jasmani Apker-Montoya, a Port Townsend High School graduate, during Saturday’s game in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates hang on to beat Olympic

Sequim’s Glasser: 16 points, eight boards, five steals, five assists

Peninsula’s Hope Glasser, a graduate of Sequim High School, right, tries to slip around the defense of Olympic’s Jasmani Apker-Montoya, a Port Townsend High School graduate, during Saturday’s game in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Tasiah Little of the PC Women’s basketball is guarded by Bellevue Bulldog Keani Midel Monday at the PC gym. PC lost by a “hair” to the Bulldogs. dlogan
Tasiah Little of the PC Women’s basketball is guarded by Bellevue Bulldog Keani Midel Monday at the PC gym. PC lost by a “hair” to the Bulldogs. dlogan

PENINSULA COLLEGE SPORTS: Pirates soccer all alone in first; PC women win sixth out of eight

The Peninsula men’s and women’s basketball teams both beat Skagit Valley on Saturday with big offensive games. The men won 87-72, getting… Continue reading

PC’s #2 Christopher Dominguez just misses a header into the goal of the Edmonds Tritons. #9 a teammate is Nicolas Hernandez. dlogan

COLLEGE SOCCER: Pirates men, women sweep Edmonds

Women remain perfect, men in battle for first

PC’s #2 Christopher Dominguez just misses a header into the goal of the Edmonds Tritons. #9 a teammate is Nicolas Hernandez. dlogan
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Peninsula's Hope Glasser, a graduate of Sequim High School, right, fends of the defense of Bellevue's Mo Bungay, front, and Mckayla Rodriguez on Saturday in Port Angeles.
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Peninsula's Hope Glasser, a graduate of Sequim High School, right, fends of the defense of Bellevue's Mo Bungay, front, and Mckayla Rodriguez on Saturday in Port Angeles.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Forks’ Flores named Evergreen League Offensive MVP

Six Spartans earn All-League honors; Glasser scores 17 to pace Peninsula College win

Port Angeles' Millie Long, seated, prepares to sign her letter of intent to play soccer and basketball for Peninsula College. She is joined by, from left, Peninsula College women's basketball assistant coaches Gabi Fenumiai and Mike Knowles, head coach Alison Crumb and women's soccer head coach Kanyon Anderson. (Peninsula College Athletics)
Port Angeles' Millie Long, seated, prepares to sign her letter of intent to play soccer and basketball for Peninsula College. She is joined by, from left, Peninsula College women's basketball assistant coaches Gabi Fenumiai and Mike Knowles, head coach Alison Crumb and women's soccer head coach Kanyon Anderson. (Peninsula College Athletics)

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates win wild game on the road

The Peninsula men’s basketball team, down five points with 1:08 left on the road, made clutch shots down the stretch and got a… Continue reading

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Peninsula College's Nico Hernandez heads in a goal against Whatcom on Monday afternoon. In on the play is Peninsula's Fernando Tavares (17).

COLLEGE SOCCER: Pirates avenge loss to Whatcom

Peninsula College got a measure of revenge on a previously unbeaten Whatcom team, riding two first-half goals to hold off the Orcas… Continue reading

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Peninsula College's Nico Hernandez heads in a goal against Whatcom on Monday afternoon. In on the play is Peninsula's Fernando Tavares (17).
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Peninsula's Mikey Madlock, left, looks for a way to the hoop around Whatcom's Jackson Short, right during Friday's game at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men clamp down on defense to bury Whatcom

The Peninsula men’s basketball team used a 20-6 run in the second half to blow open a close game, going on to… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Mikey Madlock, left, looks for a way to the hoop around Whatcom's Jackson Short, right during Friday's game at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.
Neah Bay's Ruth Moss, seated wearing No. 45, is joined by her family, including parents Robert and Cinnamon Moss, as she signs a letter of intent to play basketball at Peninsula College.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Neah Bay’s Ruth Moss joining family legacy at Peninsula College

It’s reunion time for the Peninsula College women’s basketball program and Neah Bay’s Moss family. Red Devils senior Ruth Moss has signed… Continue reading

Neah Bay's Ruth Moss, seated wearing No. 45, is joined by her family, including parents Robert and Cinnamon Moss, as she signs a letter of intent to play basketball at Peninsula College.

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula women shut out Skagit Valley 1-0

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team got a long-range goal from defender Tommylia Dunbar in the first half and held on for… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula College women, men both win

Sequim’s Hope Glasser goes for 13 points and 12 rebounds

Port Angeles senior Myra Walker, seated, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Peninsula College. Walker is joined by from left, Peninsula head coach Alison Crumb and assistant coaches Gabi Fenumiai and Mike Knowles.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Port Angeles’ Myra Walker signs with Peninsula College

Port Angeles senior Myra Walker officially signed a letter of intent to play college basketball for head coach Alison Crumb and the… Continue reading

Port Angeles senior Myra Walker, seated, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Peninsula College. Walker is joined by from left, Peninsula head coach Alison Crumb and assistant coaches Gabi Fenumiai and Mike Knowles.

SPORTS BRIEFS: Peninsula men’s soccer responds with 3-0 win

The Peninsula men’s soccer team got a shutout from its defense and goals from three different scorers in bouncing back from their… Continue reading