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After a seven-year drought, the Tides overcame a 14-0 halftime deficit to win the Fish Bowl for the first time since 2015. more
The Peninsula Seahawks boys and girls cross-country teams returned to the trails last month, getting a head start on the fall sports season. Both teams are looking to build off momentum gained … more
Learning how to wrestle isn’t easy. Learning three styles of wrestling is tough. Excelling at all three seems near impossible. For brothers Peyton, Preston and Paxton Beckett, … more
Hailey Ruckle isn’t afraid to admit it: School isn’t easy for her. She has a tough time reading. Big classrooms make her nervous. She doesn’t like when … more
Besides the occasional sound of plastic hitting a metal chain, Volunteer Park is quiet on an early Friday afternoon. “Look, disc golfers are the only ones here when there’s no baseball … more
Jennifer Buys quickly deflected all questions about her. As her team prepared for a tournament, the Peninsula High School Unified Basketball coach made sure the focus was on her team. Her … more
Leiston Stoddard was recently named to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Select team … more
Peninsula overcame adversity in head coach Hannah Lekson’s first season to punch their ticket to the 3A state tournament. more
In 2018, Hannah Lekson had an itch she just couldn’t scratch. It had been a little more than two years since her last game with the University of Puget Sound Loggers womens basketball team. … more
The Peninsula High School Seahawks beat the Gig Harbor Tides 35-28 Sept. 17 at Roy Anderson Field in a stunning come-from-behind win for their sixth consecutive Fish Bowl victory. more
The Peninsula High School Boys Lacrosse team won its final game of the season, beating crosstown rivals Gig Harbor High. It was a stellar night for graduating Peninsula seniors on the team who never lost a game to Gig Harbor in high school. But the most extraordinary season finish came for the team’s starting face-off player, junior Boden Clark. more
The Peninsula High School Seahawks defeated their perennial rivals and friends, the Gig Harbor Tides, 36-12 in the opening game of a resurrected season Feb. 19. more
It was a tough year, but both teams kept the faith and … more
It has been a historic season for girls volleyball at Peninsula High School. The Seahawks finished with their best record … more
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