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PIRATE NEWS

PORT ANGELES - The 2014 Pirate Basketball Clinic drew 40 young ball players from across the North Olympic Peninsula.

"Camp is a great way to learn the fundementals of the game from PC coaches and players, interact with current college players, and to have lots of fun," Pirate head coach Mitch Freeman said. "We give away a lot of prizes that include Peninsula Basketball jerseys, shorts, Gatoraide and candy."

Next up on the summer camp schedule is a Sports Sampler Camp, set for July 14-17 where the basketball coaches team up with the soccer coaches for a week of fun. Contact Freeman at mfreeman@pencol.edu for more information.

PORT ANGELES – Head coach Mitch freeman signed two more outstanding Western Washington high school basketball players to his 2014-15 Pirate men’s roster in Deonte Dixon of Bremerton and Malik Mayeux of Tacoma.

Dixon’s high school resume is very impressive. The 6-2 guard led Bremerton High School to a 2A Olympic League championship. As the Knights’ leading scorer, averaging almost 20 points per game, he earned the Olympic League Most Valuable Player Award. He was also honored with sportsmanship awards at both the District Tournament and Regional Playoffs.

Following his season, the accolades continued. Dixon was one of five players named to the Washington 2A All-State Team, he was selected to play in the Washington State All-Star Game and he was also selected to play in the West Sound All-Star Game.