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(Thu., 5/19/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Players Receive Recognition
Freshmen Kyle Doucette and Allen Hewey were 2nd-Team NWAACC North division recipients; sophomore catcher Mason Castillon was the gold glove winner. Doucette was named as an outfielder and Hewey a utility player. (more>>


(Thu., 5/12/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)

Rangers Close Out Season Friday
Olympic dropped a doubleheader to Everett Thursday losing 7-1 and 6-3. Final home games of the season are tomorrow, Friday. (more>>


(Sat., 5/7/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
OC Splits At Edmonds
The Rangers won 8-5 and lost 9-0 at Edmonds Saturday. Mason Castillon and Allen Hewey had home runs in the game one victory. (more>>


(Fri., 5/6/2011 - Bellingham Herald Sports)

Dhanani's Mother Honored in Blaine
Dustin Dhanani's mother has been a huge part of the Blaine High School baseball program for the last ten years. This spring the team honored her as she battles through leukemia. Dustin will be a freshman catcher at OC next fall. (more>>


(Fri., 5/6/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Cummings Hits For Cycle at Clarke
Former OC baseball player Jesse Cummings (North Kitsap) recently hit for the cycle at Clarke University in Iowa. (more>>


(Sun., 5/1/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Bulldogs Bite Rangers, 4-2 and 2-1
If moral victories counted, OC would be feeling pretty good about their series against #1 ranked Bellevue. But three losses by four runs total leaves the Rangers on the outside looking in for a playoff spot. (more>>


(Wed., 4/20/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
OC Baseball Wins And Loses 12-2
Olympic thumped Douglas 12-2 in the first game, then lost by the same score in the nightcap. OC is holding on to third place headed into their bye week this weekend. (more>>


(Sun., 4/17/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Pitching Helps Rangers to Split
Strong starting pitching performances - including three complete games - helped OC to a series split against Shoreline this past weekend. (more>>


(Mon., 4/11/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Hewey Brothers Enjoying Baseball
Allen and Glen Hewey - from Central Kitsap High - have had different paths before reuniting on the OC baseball team this year. The Kitsap Sun features the brothers in a story. (more>>


(Sun., 4/10/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Baseball Splits Again At Skagit
Brett Pickett's 2-hit complete game shutout lead the Rangers to a 6-2 victory in game one. Allen Hewey had 7 RBI's on the day but OC's comeback came up short in game two, losing 7-5. (more>>


(Sat., 4/9/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers Get First League Win in Split
One bad pitch - which turned into a grand slam - prevented the Rangers from sweeping Skagit at home. OC lost 4-3 and won 12-7. (more>>


(Sun., 4/2/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Douglas Takes Two From Rangers
Douglas College's Sean Callegari pitched a 1-0 shutout in game one; OC lost the second game 7-3 in their North Division openers. (more>>


(Wed., 3/30/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Pierce Extends Ranger Losing Streak
With North Division league play opening Saturday, OC rides a six-game losing streak with recent losses to Pierce 3-2 and 6-2. (more>>


(Sat., 3/26/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Baseball Can't Find Stride vs TCC
The OC baseball team struggled Saturday at Tacoma dropping both games of a doubleheader. The Rangers have lost four straight. (more>>


(Sat., 3/19/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers Sweep in Walla Walla
OC beat Blue Mountain 9-1 (in a mercy-rule shortened game) and Walla Walla 7-5 at the East Region Invite on Saturday. Topher Scheeler went 6-for-6 on the day with a HR and 5 RBI. (more>>)



(Sun., 3/6/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
OC Cleans Up Against Centralia
Starter Josh Arnold (1-0) held Centralia to one run on four hits over seven innings; the Rangers 10-hit attack was led by Brett Brown who was 3-for-5 with two RBI's. (more>>


(Fri., 3/4/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Free Bases Grant Trojans The Win
OC pitchers gave the Trojans 12 free bases by way of walk or hit-by-pitch in a 9-3 loss in the opening game of the Bill Faller Tournament in Yakima. (more>>


(Olympic College Athletic Dept.)
OC Baseball 2011 Season Preview (.doc)


(Tue., 2/15/2011 - Univ. of Hawaii Hilo Athletics)
Hennigs Gets Win for Hawaii Hilo
Former Rangers all-leaguer Danny Hennigs, who is a senior this year at Hawaii at Hilo, got the win on the mound in an early preseason game. Hennigs is hitting .333 through their first five games. (more>>)


Hastings the Win, Holbrook the Save
Former Rangers and current Central Washington University pitchers Ryan Hastings and Blaine Holbrook contributed in CWU's win on February 12th over Cal State East Bay. Hastings got the win, Holbrook the save. (more>>)  


(Mon., 2/11/2011 - Western Oregon Univ. Athletics)
Folkinga Has Big Weekend for WOU
Bo Folkinga, an all-league selection for the Rangers last spring, had a big day for Western Oregon against Cal State Dominguez Hills. Folkinga went 5-7 with 2 RBI and three runs scored. (more>>)


(Mon., 2/7/2011 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Recruiting Has Hit "High-Water" Mark
Ryan Parker
, who heads into his fifth season leading the baseball program, feels optimistic about his team's chances this year. The Rangers have also made huge strides in recruiting for the 2012 season; eight players in total have signed on for next year. (more>>)


(Mon., 1/31/2011 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Past Ranger Munson Leads Clarke
Senior outfielder Jared Munson, a former two-time all-league standout for the Rangers is getting ready for his senior season to start at Clarke College in Iowa. Munson was named to the Midwest Collegiate Conference Gold Glove team last year as a Junior. Munson also led the team in most offensive categories. (more>>)    


(Mon., 1/31/2011 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Four OC Players on CWU's Roster
Four former Ranger baseball players are gearing up for the 2011 season with the Central Wash. University baseball team. The players are Nate Wallen (2007), Mike Miller (2008), Blaine Holbrook (2008), and Ryan Hastings (2010). (more>>)


(Tuesday, July 20, 2010 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Randall Never Lost Sight of His Dream
It's not been the easiest of life for Pete Randall. Olympic College's new pitching coach has gone through most of his life with just one good eye, and nine years ago he suffered a heart attack that required triple bypass surgery. But Randall's long, bending and difficult road to his new position has had its rewards. He has a World Series ring he can flash to get the attention of his young pitchers if he so desires. 
(more>>) 
 
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Athletic Dept. Press Releases



Reports in Word (.doc) format

(Wed., 6/8/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XX


(Mon., 5/16/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XIX


(Tue., 5/3/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XVIII


(Tue., 4/26/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XVII


(Mon., 4/11/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XVI


(Tue., 4/5/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XV


(Thu., 3/17/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XIV


(Thu., 3/10/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XIII


(Thu., 3/3/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XII


(Fri., 2/25/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue XI


(Wed., 2/16/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue X


(Fri., 2/4/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue IX


(Fri., 1/28/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue VIII


(Tue., 1/18/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue VII


(Mon., 1/3/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue VI


(Mon., 11/29/2010)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue V


(Wed., 11/10/2010)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue IV


(Tue., 11/2/2010)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue III


(Thu., 10/28/2010)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue II


(Thu., 10/21/2010)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. 1 Issue I



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