Sports briefs — Oct. 27, 2021

Wolves top Kingston

Sequim High’s football squad earned a key Olympic League win to stay in the playoff chase with a 33-20 victory at Kingston on Oct. 22.

The Wolves improved to 3-4 in league play entering their final regular season game, a match-up with Olympic (5-1) on Thursday, Oct. 28, in Silverdale.

North Kitsap (5-0 as of Oct. 25), ranked No. 2 in the state behind Steilacoom, lead the Olympic League, followed by Olympic, Bremerton (4-2), Sequim, Port Angeles (2-3), 3A Bainbridge (2-4), North Mason (1-3) and Kingston (0-6).

Pirate soccer squads earn shutouts

The Peninsula College soccer teams are both within one game of undefeated seasons after each team won by the identical score of 2-0 over the Edmonds men’s and women’s teams on Oct. 23. Both Peninsula teams are ranked No. 1 in the NWAC and ranked among the top 6 in the nation among community colleges.

For the women (13-0-1 in league, 14-0-2 overall), it was their seventh straight shutout and 11th shutout of the season; they’ve given up just two goals all season. Port Angeles High grad Millie Long scored in the fifth minute, with an assist to Alyssa Konarek. It was Long’s seventh goal of the season. Malia Miller scored early in the second half with an assist to Kapri McMillan.

In the men’s game, the match was scoreless until midway through the second half. Shu Kato scored in the 62nd minute for the Pirates, with an assist to Dylan Pauw. Nicholas Namwali scored in the 88th minute, with an assist to Alfonso Edfeldt.

PC plays Whatcom on Wednesday, Oct. 27, in Port Angeles. Peninsula’s men can clinch the North Region title against the Orcas, who are ranked in the top 10 in the nation. PC’s women have already clinched a North Region title.

Both games with be aired at

Hoops league set at Peninsula College

The Peninsula Basketball League, an adult recreation league formerly run by the City of Port Angeles, will begin Nov. 7 and run through January on the new gym floor at Peninsula College.

Registration is underway. The fee is $45 per player with no team fee. Team captains can reserve their spot by emailing league organizer Donald Rollman at

Individuals can register on-line at under “event tickets.”

Participants must be 16 or older. Games will be played on Sundays at Peninsula College. There will be just one division.

Because of a state mask mandate for public buildings, participants will be required to play in a mask until that policy changes.