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Pirates end season with losses to Cardinals



Neither team was playoff-bound, but the scores showed quite a disparity.

Skagit Valley topped Peninsula 6-2 in the opener and 19-0 in the second game of a May 10 doubleheader in Port Angeles, ending the Pirates’ season with a 5-31 conference mark, second-to-last in the NWAACC North division.

Missy Minor and Bethany Holt each had two hits in the opener and Sierra McCoy capped her P.C. career with a solid game, but the Cardinals out-hit the Pirates 12-5 for a four-run victory.

In game two, Peninsula saw the pitching debut of Kayla Ralston and she suffered the double-digit loss. The Pirates managed just two hits — Ralston and Damaris Craig — while the Cardinals got 21 base hits, four from former Sequim High standout Chantal Hughes.

Other than four forfeit wins against Edmonds, Peninsula managed just one on-the-field victory this season.



NWAACC North division standings (final)

Team Conf. Over.

Bellevue 34-2 41-4

Olympic 26-9 27-12

Everett 22-14 26-22

Shoreline 21-14 23-22

Skagit Vly. 16-20 22-26

Peninsula 5-31 7-36

Edmonds 1-35 1-35

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