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Peninsula's Hayahide Sakamoto, front left, and Whatcom's Juan Obeso eye a loose ball on Saturday at Peninsula College. Behind Sakamoto is teammate Jeong Hyun Kang. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men win physical battle with Whatcom for No. 1; Women get goal from McGuffey to win

Overcoming the physical play of the unbeaten Whatcom Orcas and a late penalty pick, the Peninsula College men’s soccer team rallied in… Continue reading

 

Peninsula men, women win on shutouts

Huge match Saturday pits No. 1 PC vs. No. 2 Whatcom

 

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COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men win, women draw at Skagit Valley in low-scoring affairs

The No. 1-ranked Peninsula College men’s soccer team remained unbeaten and the No. 1-ranked women tied in two low-scoring road games at… Continue reading

 

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COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men beat Highline on late goal

The Peninsula College men played another NWAC powerhouse Saturday, getting a late goal from Jonathan DeMotta to pull out a 2-1 win… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Millie Long, a graduate of Port Angeles High School, right, tries to outrace Edmonds' Flero Dina Surpris on Wednesday at Wally Sigmar Field in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula's Millie Long, a graduate of Port Angeles High School, right, tries to outrace Edmonds' Flero Dina Surpris on Wednesday at Wally Sigmar Field in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula College's Theodore Baiye, left, and Nicolas Hernandez work the ball upfield during the Pirates' 2-0 win over the Titans on Wednesday at Wally Sigmar Field. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula College's Theodore Baiye, left, and Nicolas Hernandez work the ball upfield during the Pirates' 2-0 win over the Titans on Wednesday at Wally Sigmar Field. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
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Peninsula College's Tim Deser (23) fights for the ball with Wenatchee Valley's Sebastian Aviles on Sunday afternoon at Wally Sigmar Field. The Pirates won 3-0 behind three goals in the second half.

MEN’S SOCCER: Pirates win on second-half flurry of goals

The Peninsula Pirates men’s soccer team found itself stymied for the first 67 minutes of a match against a skilled, very physical… Continue reading

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Peninsula College's Tim Deser (23) fights for the ball with Wenatchee Valley's Sebastian Aviles on Sunday afternoon at Wally Sigmar Field. The Pirates won 3-0 behind three goals in the second half.
Peninsula's Jonathon De Motta, center, dribbles between two Lane defenders during the Pirates' 2-0 season-opening win last week. The Pirate men host Wenatchee Valley at 4 p.m. Sunday in their home opener. Peninsula's women host a free scrimmage tonight at 7 p.m. (Rick Ross/Peninsula College Athletics)
Peninsula's Jonathon De Motta, center, dribbles between two Lane defenders during the Pirates' 2-0 season-opening win last week. The Pirate men host Wenatchee Valley at 4 p.m. Sunday in their home opener. Peninsula's women host a free scrimmage tonight at 7 p.m. (Rick Ross/Peninsula College Athletics)
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COLLEGE SOCCER: (Updated) Peninsula College men beat Spokane; women draw

The Peninsula College men’s soccer team finished up its two-game preconference series at the Starfire Soccer Complex with a 2-1 win over Spokane,… Continue reading

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Wenatchee Valley's Erik Owen, left, and Peninsula's Nicolas Hernandez fight for a header during a 2019 NWAC Quarterfinal match. Hernandez, a Super Sophomore, returns for his third season with the Pirates this fall. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Peninsula College men’s soccer eyes sixth star

A roster full of “hungry, driven and passionate,” players will work toward securing the Peninsula College men’s soccer program’s sixth NWAC Championship… Continue reading

Wenatchee Valley's Erik Owen, left, and Peninsula's Nicolas Hernandez fight for a header during a 2019 NWAC Quarterfinal match. Hernandez, a Super Sophomore, returns for his third season with the Pirates this fall. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula College's Grace Johnson distributes the ball to a teammate while chased by three Chemeketa defenders during the Pirates' 11-0 victory Wednesday. Johnson, Chimacum High School's all-time leading goal scorer, netted her first collegiate hat trick in the win. (Rick Ross/Peninsula College Athletics)

Peninsula College Pirates post shutout openers

Men’s, women’s soccer teams earn wins in debuts

Peninsula College's Grace Johnson distributes the ball to a teammate while chased by three Chemeketa defenders during the Pirates' 11-0 victory Wednesday. Johnson, Chimacum High School's all-time leading goal scorer, netted her first collegiate hat trick in the win. (Rick Ross/Peninsula College Athletics)
Peninsula College's Kyrsten McGuffey, right, outraces Edmonds' Kaylinn Lawrence in a march downfield on Saturday at Wally Sigmar Field in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula College's Kyrsten McGuffey, right, outraces Edmonds' Kaylinn Lawrence in a march downfield on Saturday at Wally Sigmar Field in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula College's Chunghwan Lee (15), goes up for a header against the University of Washington's Ryan Sailor (4) in a scrimmage played Sunday at the University of Washington. (Rick Ross/Peninsula College)

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men scrimmage against powerful UW

The Peninsula College men’s soccer team, which last played less than three months ago, got on the pitch for the first time this… Continue reading

Peninsula College's Chunghwan Lee (15), goes up for a header against the University of Washington's Ryan Sailor (4) in a scrimmage played Sunday at the University of Washington. (Rick Ross/Peninsula College)
Kascia Muscutt, a soccer player and Associated Student Body president at Peninsula College, gets a COVID vaccination shot from a Jamestown Health Clinic staffer. (Photo courtesy of Peninsula College)

COLLEGE SPORTS: Most athletes vaccinated, but Peninsula Pirates still face COVID hurdles

Peninsula College athletes will need to either be vaccinated or pass a COVID test before hitting the pitch or hardwood this school… Continue reading

Kascia Muscutt, a soccer player and Associated Student Body president at Peninsula College, gets a COVID vaccination shot from a Jamestown Health Clinic staffer. (Photo courtesy of Peninsula College)
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Southwestern Oregon's Zachary Barker, left, battles with Peninsula's Erick Urzua in 2013 in Port Angeles. The NWAC-champion 2012 and 2013 Pirate men's and women's soccer teams will be inducted into the Pirates Hall of Fame along with longtime basketball scorekeeper Bill Peterson on Sept. 25.
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Southwestern Oregon's Zachary Barker, left, battles with Peninsula's Erick Urzua in 2013 in Port Angeles. The NWAC-champion 2012 and 2013 Pirate men's and women's soccer teams will be inducted into the Pirates Hall of Fame along with longtime basketball scorekeeper Bill Peterson on Sept. 25.

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.