College basketball: SHS grad Glasser leads PC women in win over Skagit Valley


Peninsula got a big win over a struggling (winless) Olympic squad in Bremerton on May 12, routing the Rangers 63-30.

PC held their hosts to just nine first-half points en route to the big win.

Tasiah Little led four Pirates in double figures with 16 points, while Tayvia Cabatbat, Tatianna Kamae and Keeli-Jade Smith had 10 points each.

Daisy Owens had six points and a team-high 12 rebounds while Sequim High grad Hope Glasser added eight rebounds and a team-leading three steals.

The Pirate women saw a late lead disappear in a 60-55 overtime loss to the visiting Bellevue Bulldogs.

Glasser paced the squad with a solid all-around effort with nine points, 13 rebounds and five assists, and Smith added a team-high 15 points off the bench. But Bellevue, led by Mo Bungay’s 17 points, out-scored the Pirates 10-5 in the extra frame. Bungay had a pair of three-pointers in overtime to seal the win.

Peninsula (5-4) rebounded nicely with a 58-52 win over Skagit Valley on May 17, racing out to an 11-point lead after one quarter and holding on for the win.

Glasser led the team with 20 points and nine rebounds, the lone Pirate in double figures.

Little came up big for PC with nine points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals.

Peninsula held the Cardinals to 36 percent shooting from the field and forced 26 turnovers.

PC men get a win

Peninsula’s men started last week with an 89-55 win at Edmonds, with Isaiah Sampson leading a balanced attack with 13 points and seven rebounds.

Jaylin Reed had 12 points and Mikey Medlock added 10, both off the bench, as a dozen Pirates found the scorebook with at least three points apiece.

Peninsula (8-5) simply dominated defensively, out-rebounding the Tritons 45-18 and forcing 19 Edmonds turnovers.

The Pirates’ May 15 game against Bellevue was canceled (COVID protocols).

Coming up

The Pirate women are back in action May 19 at Whatcom (Bellingham) before both teams are scheduled to face the Skagit Valley Cardinals at home on May 22.

The PC women host Bellevue on May 24. Both squads are at Everett on May 26 and are at home on May 29, as the women face Olympic.

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