Sports briefs — Nov. 20, 2019

  • Wednesday, November 20, 2019 1:30am
  • Sports

Anglers set meeting

The next monthly meeting of Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter starts at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21, at t Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 S. Blake Ave.

The guest speaker will be a representative from Natural Systems Design, and will speak about the Elwha River restoration.

Natural Systems Design is a company known for pioneering engineered logjam design and methodology throughout world river systems, and over the last 24 years has worked on sites North America, the Hawaiian Islands, Haiti and Bolivia.

The evening begins with viewing raffle prizes and telling fish stories. The main speaker starts shortly after 7 p.m., followed by a short break, a club business meeting and then raffles. Also on tap are refreshments and a $75 membership drawing (must be present to win). The public is welcome.

Holiday Hoops tourney set in PA

The Port Angeles Parks & Recreation Department is hosting the Holiday Hoops tournament, Dec. 7 and 8. Presented by the Warehouse, the tourney features divisions for boys and girls teams in grades 4-8. The entry fee is $250, with a four-game guarantee.

For more information or to register, contact Dan Estes at or 360-417-4557.

PC soccer all-stars named

Peninsula College head women’s soccer coach Kanyon Anderson was named the North Region Coach of the Year and the Pirates’ leading scorer Sam Oliveira was named the North Most Valuable Player.

Anderson led the defending-champion Pirates to a 20-0-0 record and a North Division title.

Oliveira has had a standout season in her sophomore year at Peninsula, was tops in the NWAC in both goals (21) and points (45) heading into the NWAC Final Four tourney.

Joining Oliveira on the North-East Region All-Star team are forward Miya Clarke, midfielders Grace Hipke and Sammy Howa, defender Toni Powsey and goalkeeper Andrea Kenagy.

The Peninsula men got four players on the All-Star team.

Forward Hide Inoue, who is led the NWAC in goals with 17 and was second in the conference in points with 36 heading into last weekend’s Final Four, was named to the North-East Region All-Star team. He is joined by teammates midfielder Mason Haubrich, defender Chunghwan Lee and goalkeeper Evan Scholes.

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