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Athletes from France, Quebec visiting Gig Harbor

Oct 07, 2022 | By:

Athletes from France and Quebec are visiting the region this week to train and compete with members of the national-champion Gig Harbor Canoe and Kayak Racing Team. The international athletes will join GHCKRT members and others in the Narrows Challenge on Saturday, Oct. 8. Twenty-three athletes and coaches from Arras, France, and the Canadian province

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Sports Beat: Gig Harbor team hopes to dance to a repeat title

Oct 07, 2022 | By:

We start this week’s Sports Beat with the talented and award-winning cheer and dance teams from both local high schools. Including the only local team that won a state championship last year: H2Whoa!, the Gig Harbor High School dance team. Last year’s team combined hip-hop dance choreography into precise routines that featured acrobatic moves, perfect

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After 2-2 tie, Peninsula and Gig Harbor still tied atop league standings

Oct 03, 2022 | By:

A much-anticipated battle between soccer powers and South Sound Conference co-leaders went down at Roy Anderson Field on Friday, Sept. 30. The Gig Harbor Tides and Peninsula Seahawks ended the night exactly where they started: tied atop the SSC standings, after a 2-2 tie. Gig Harbor grabbed early lead The game started fast as players

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Sports Beat: Local schools square off for soccer supremacy

Sep 30, 2022 | By:

It’s time for the Sports Beat, a weekly capsule of athletic events and standout performances from Peninsula and Gig Harbor high schools. We will start out with a preview of the game of the week between girls soccer powers Gig Harbor (6-0, 6-0 South Sound Conference) and Peninsula (7-1, 6-0). They square off at 7

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Gig Harbor rallies for win; Peninsula takes a no-doubter

Sep 25, 2022 | By:

High school football roundup: Peninsula 48, North Thurston 12 and Gig Harbor 44, Capital 21.

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Sports Beat: Volleyball teams look like contenders

Sep 23, 2022 | By:

It’s time for the return of the Sports Beat. Every Friday, we will provide a weekly capsule of athletic events that involve competitors from Gig Harbor and Peninsula high schools. Volleyball: Peninsula, GH enjoy early success The girls volleyball season is in full force, as the Peninsula Seahawks are 3-1 and 2-0 in South Sound

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Gig Harbor girls soccer off to unbeaten start

Sep 21, 2022 | By:

The Gig Harbor girls soccer team is once again dominating opponents with a smothering defense and a potent offense. This year’s team is 4-0 and has outscored their opponents by a combined score of 17-0. It was more of the same on Tuesday, Sept. 20, when Gig Harbor beat Timberline 8-0 in Lacey. A winning

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Fish Bowl: Key 2-point conversion helps Peninsula outlast Gig Harbor

Sep 17, 2022 | By:

The 44th Fish Bowl between Gig Harbor and Peninsula was a wild, back-and-forth battle with everything you could want from a high school football game. In the end, the Seahawks (2-1, 1-0 South Sound Conference) outlasted the Tides (2-1, 0-1) 39-30 to win their seventh straight Fish Bowl. Emotion, competition, atmosphere, drama, momentum swings —

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Fish Bowl rivals appear evenly matched

Sep 15, 2022 | By:

One of the biggest athletic and social events in town is upon us. The annual Fish Bowl football game between Peninsula and Gig Harbor is set for 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16, at Roy Anderson Field in Purdy. The Peninsula Seahawks won last year’s game in thrilling fashion, storming back from a 28-0 halftime deficit

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Gig Harbor shuts out Spanaway in coach Reeves’ first game

Sep 03, 2022 | By:

The Gig Harbor football team ushered in the Darrin Reeves era in dominating fashion by shutting out Spanaway Lake, 20-0, on Friday night at Roy Anderson Field. Reeves stepped up from his defensive coordinator position with the Tides to take the head coaching spot this year and his defensive emphasis was apparent in the victory.

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