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Jalon McCullough

PORT ANGELES – The Pirates impressed home fans in their 2016-17 home debut over the weekend, sweeping Grays Harbor and Green River at the annual First Federal Pirate Classic.

The Peninsula men improved to 4-2 in non-conference play, rolling past Grays Harbor 92-76 on Sunday, on the heels of an 82-76 come-from-behind win over Green River Saturday night.

Next up for the Pirates is a trip to Edmonds this weekend where they’ll take on Wenatchee Valley at 4 p.m. Saturday and Blue Mountain at noon on Sunday.

The seven-game Pirate Classic, which featured men's and women's teams from Skagit Valley, Grays Harbor, Green River, Wenatchee Valley, Centralia and the host Pirate teams, was sponsored by First Federal.

Peninsula 92, Grays Harbor 76
A choker is a logging term – and also the nickname of Grays Harbor. In Sunday’s game, the Chokers could have used some logging techniques to cut down the taller Pirates, who outrebounded the visitors 50-32 and dominated play from the opening tip.

The Pirates, led by Darrion Daniels, bolted out to a 22-6 lead with 12 minutes remaining in the half – and kept it rolling for a 47-34 advantage at the break.

Omar Lo had a good day with 23 points, 10 rebounds and an electrifying dunk, Daniels finished with 22 points, six steals and six assists, Jalon McCullough had 10, Cole Rabedeaux had nine, and Trent Warren contributed eight points and seven boards.

Omar Lo

MT. VERNON – The Pirates, coming off a split at the Skagit Valley Turkey Tournament, make their home debut Saturday evening at the 2016 First Federal Pirate Classic.

PC fans will get their first look at this year’s team at 7 p.m. Saturday when the Pirates open the two-day “classic” against Green River. Peninsula will then take on Grays Harbor at 3 p.m. Sunday.

The defending North Region champions are 2-2 in non-conference play.

In Saturday’s 78-65 win over Portland, the Pirates bolted out to a 28-8 lead in the first half and rolled on to victory.

Trent Warren lead four players in double figures with 18 points, Cale Rabedeaux hit for 14, Omar Lo added 13 points and seven rebounds and Darrion Daniels chipped in 12 points and four assists. Sam Velez led PC rebounders with eight.

The Pirates opened their 2016-17 season on a road trip to Gresham, Oregon, and Longview, Washington over the weekend where they split a pair of non-conference games.

Peninsula outscored Mount Hood on the Saints’ floor 83-76 Saturday evening, before falling to the Lower Columbia Red Devils 71-70 in overtime on Sunday afternoon.

In Friday’s season opener, the Pirates overcame a 36-28 deficit at halftime, outscoring the Saints 55-40 in the second half to win going away.

Peninsula had five players in double figures, led by Cole Rabedeaux with 17, Omar Lo 14, Darrion Daniels 12, Jalon McCullough 11 and Trent Warren 10. Kevin Baker added nine points and a team-high 11 rebounds. Lo and McCullough dished out six assists and Rabedeaux added five.