PHS Sports Update


Daniel Shurr

Tuesday,  November 5th: Varsity Volleyball paid our friends in Gig Harbor a visit to get their last regular season win. It’s always an intense game whenever the Seahawks play the Tides, and this game was no exception. It was the last regular season game for both teams, and was an extremely close game, going into a rare fifth set. Peninsula was able to pull off a nail biter on the road, coming in clutch and winning the game 3-2. The Seahawks have qualified for the Postseason, finishing second in the SSC. They will start a tournament on the 13th of November, and will travel to a neutral court, at Stadium High School, to take on the Wilson Rams, in the first round of the WPA Playoff Tournament. The game will start at 7:15 pm.

Tuesday, November 5th: JV Volleyball also played the Tides in their last game; it was another close one, one that saw Peninsula come out on top, 2-1. That was the last game of the season for JV, baring unmentioned tournaments. The JV squad finished the year with a record of 11-2, and all players are excited for next year, with some awaiting the announcement from Coach Cardinal that they made Varsity. 

Friday, November 8th: Varsity Football went undefeated in conference play, and earned themselves a home playoff game. The 7-2 Peninsula Seahawks squared off against the 7-2 Arlington Eagles. The reason PHS has a home game and Arlington does not is because Arlington finished second in their conference, while PHS clinched theirs. The game was a good one, it was an opportunity for the Seahawk Defense to play lights out, and a chance for the Offense to show what they’re capable of. PHS won the game 35-0 and absolutely dominated every aspect of the game. PHS advances to the state tournament with 15 other teams. Good luck to football in state.


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