Sports briefs – Oct. 11, 2017

Dixon signs on at WSU

Former Peninsula College men’s basketball standout Deonte Dixon will play his final year of college basketball at Washington State University.

The Bremerton High School star led the Pirates in scoring with a 15.3 average in 2015-16, and led the PC men to a North Division championship. He went on to play at Ava Maria University in Florida and this year transferred to Washington State University.

Also playing on this year are four players from last year’s squad: Cole Rabedeaux, Jalon McCullough, Alex Baham and Omar Lo.

Rabedeaux will play his sophomore season at the University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire. McCullough and Baham will both continue their careers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and Lo signed with the University of Notre Dame da Namur.

Registration open for volleyball league

The Peninsula Volleyball League, a competitive indoor co-ed league for adult volleyball players, will kick off its 23rd year on Nov. 9 at the Peninsula College gymnasium (1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles).

The entry fee of $300 per team is due Nov. 16. Players must be 16 years of age or older.

Teams can secure a spot in the Thursday night league, and individuals can get their names on a list to be placed on teams, by contacting Rick Ross at the College at rross@pencol.edu or 360-417-6533.

Cedars to host tourney

The Cedars at Dungeness golf course (1965 Woodcock Road) is host to Nightoberfest, set for Saturday, Oct. 21. The two-person scramble (all holes par threes) starts with a party at 5 p.m. and shotgun start to play at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $50 per person with out a cart, $65 per person with a cart. Fee includes the nine-hole greens fee, party awards and equipment (glow golf balls and glow sticks; bring one’s own clubs, flashlights and lanterns). The field is limited to the first 30 teams, and an award goes to the “most outrageous outfit.” Call 360-683-6344 for more information.

Basketball skills camp

A CHB Pre-Season Basketball Skills Camp is set for Oct. 14-15 at Peninsula College, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles. Session 1, for youths in grades 1-6, runs from 10 a.m.-noon. Session 2, for youths in grades 7-12, is from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Cost is $75 per player or $40 daily drop-in. Participants should bring a basketball. Contact Joe Marvelle at 360-460-4746 or warehousepa@gmail.com for more information or to register.

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