Peninsula High School’s South Sound Conference-leading baseball team is playing for more than meets the eye, according to coach Michael Johnson. The Seahawks (6-3, 5-1 SSC) are playing for their
In this Friday’s edition of the sports beat — a weekly sports capsule of local prep athletic news — we will start with the undefeated. There are some very good
Editor’s note: Every Friday during spring sports season, Gig Harbor Now will post a high school sports roundup that provides scores, highlights and standout performances by areas athletes and teams.
Gig Harbor boys basketball reached new heights this year — and they might be even better next season.
When the Gig Harbor Tides boys basketball team opens state tournament play at the Tacoma Dome on Thursday, it will be the first time the school has made the trip
Gig Harbor girls fell one game short of the state 3A basketball tournament with a 61-58 loss to the Panthers.
Gig Harbor downed O’Dea 62-51 in a regional contest, will face Wednesday’s winner between Ferris and Rainier Beach Thursday at state.
The Gig Harbor boys basketball team will be taking its show on the road bright and early Saturday morning against the O’Dea Fighting Irish in a 10 a.m. Class 3A
In a close, physical game indicative of two teams whose seasons would end with a loss, Gig Harbor defeated the young, talented Kennewick Lions, 63-51, in a District 3/4 3A
The girls teams must win Tuesday to advance to regionals Saturday. The Tides boys will move on to state no matter what happens against the Fighting Irish on Saturday.
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