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College soccer: PC men take NWAC title, women are second

Peninsula College’s soccer squads nearly pulled off a title double, but settled for a NWAC championship for the PC men and a second-place finish for… Continue reading

 

Locals take titles at 2019 Big Hurt

More than 150 competitors cycled, kayaked, ran and even dodged a ship in the Port Angeles Harbor in the fifth running of the Big Hurt… Continue reading

 

GOAT runners pound the trails

Locals shine while previous winners return to the Peninsula

 

College soccer: PC women, defending NWAC champs, retool with strong team

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team has won with firepower and it’s won with stifling defense. This year’s team? “I don’t even know who we… Continue reading

College soccer: Peninsula men eager to add to Pirates’ legacy of success

The Peninsula College men’s soccer team enters this season with a bit of a chip on its collective shoulder, looking for a happier ending to… Continue reading

Mountain biking: Steven Johnson leads local riders, wins at Silver Mountain NW Cup

Steven Johnson of Port Angeles won his division at the sixth leg of the Northwest Cup downhill mountain bike races held at Silver Mountain, Idaho,… Continue reading

The Olympic Crosscutters qualified for the American Legion state A tournament this weekend with a weekend sweep over Stanwood. From left, assistant coach Anthony Koeninger, John Vaara, Trenton Indelicato, Colton Reed, Elijah Flodstrom, Parker Nickerson, Dalton Kilmer, assistant coach Nick Johnston, Elisha Dujue, Zane Glassock, Kole Acker, Hunter Robinson, Kellen Garcelon, Tanner Woodley, Nathan Seelye, Logan Urvina and head coach John Qualls.

Baseball: Crosscutters win two, qualify for state tournament

Forced to play in a 17U AA league even though their players were all 16 and under, the Crosscutters still managed to win a few… Continue reading

The Olympic Crosscutters qualified for the American Legion state A tournament this weekend with a weekend sweep over Stanwood. From left, assistant coach Anthony Koeninger, John Vaara, Trenton Indelicato, Colton Reed, Elijah Flodstrom, Parker Nickerson, Dalton Kilmer, assistant coach Nick Johnston, Elisha Dujue, Zane Glassock, Kole Acker, Hunter Robinson, Kellen Garcelon, Tanner Woodley, Nathan Seelye, Logan Urvina and head coach John Qualls.

Golf: Sequim’s Bower, Hirschfeld win Clallam County Amateur

Eric Bower of Sequim won the gross trophy with a fantastic third round of 69 to win the Clallam County Amateur. Meanwhile, winning the net… Continue reading

Sequim runners rule marathon races as records fall

It was Sequim’s day to shine in the sun. Quite literally, the sun was shining down on the racers of the North Olympic Discovery Marathon… Continue reading

Elise Beuke

Sequim’s Beuke, UW crew race to another national championship

The Washington women’s rowing team won its second NCAA national championship on June 2, with Sequim’s Elise Beuke picking up her second national championship as… Continue reading

Elise Beuke

BMX: Lincoln Park BMX track opens for the season

PThe Lincoln Park BMX track opened for its 2019 season with 82 riders taking to the improved course in 22 races Sunday, May 5. The… Continue reading

Basketball: Sequim’s Despain stays on peninsula, to play for PC Pirates

All-league guard Nate Despain of Sequim is keeping it local. Peninsula College announced last week that Despain has signed to play for the Pirates next… Continue reading

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Two young local riders win at Sunday’s NW Cup

They came from as far away as the cold of Quebec and Vermont and the balmy deserts of Southern California. They even came from as… Continue reading

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                                Samuel Kahapea shoots against Bellevue College. Kahapea scored 18 points to help the Pirates come from behind to beat Bellevue 69-68, qualifying for the NWAC Tournament.

Men’s basketball: Pirates roar back from deep hole to earn berth in NWAC Tourney

Things couldn’t have looked much bleaker than they did for the Peninsula College basketball men at halftime. They were in a simple situation Saturday, March… Continue reading

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                                Samuel Kahapea shoots against Bellevue College. Kahapea scored 18 points to help the Pirates come from behind to beat Bellevue 69-68, qualifying for the NWAC Tournament.
Rick Ross Peninsula’s Leilani Padilla shoots against Bellevue. Padilla led the team with 18 points in the Pirates’ 82-57 win that locked up a North Region championship.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates North Region champions

The Peninsula women started off slow in league this year, but they’ve picked a perfect time to get red-hot. After starting North Region play 1-3,… Continue reading

Rick Ross Peninsula’s Leilani Padilla shoots against Bellevue. Padilla led the team with 18 points in the Pirates’ 82-57 win that locked up a North Region championship.

Men’s basketball: Peninsula men retool after last year’s title run

Peninsula College men’s basketball Head coach: Donald Rollman (first year) 2017-2018 record: 19-10 (second in North Division); second at NWAC tournament Top returning players: G… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: PC Pirates more talented but less experienced

The Peninsula College women’s basketball team is making a nearly complete fresh start, having players come from far and wide, literally from well north of… Continue reading

Women’s soccer: Pirates claim NWAC-record fourth title

Going up against a team that had given up just one goal during the entire league season, the Peninsula women left their opponent shocked by… Continue reading

Five peninsula BMX riders crowned state champs

Heavy rain on Sept. 7 didn’t dampen the spirits and more importantly didn’t damage the track as nearly 700 riders from all around the state… Continue reading

College soccer: Pirates power past Shoreline

The Peninsula College men and women got off to a nice start in North Division play, sweeping Shoreline College at Sigmar Field on Sept. 8.… Continue reading