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2011-12 Men's Basketball News Archive



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2011 - 2012 Season


(Tue., 3/27/12 - TRU Athletics)
Haslom Signs With Thompson Rivers
Freshman Tre Haslom has signed a letter of intent to play for the Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack. Haslom will be used as a shooting guard. (more>>)

(Sat., 2/25/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers Go Out With Win
Mauricio Modestin's three pointer with four seconds left carried the Olympic College Rangers to a season ending victory over Everett 85-84 Saturday. (more>>)


(Wed., 2/22/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Big Sophomore Night Not Enough 
All three Ranger sophomores turned in huge games, but in the end it was enough to beat Peninsula in the final home game of the year. (more>>

(Mon., 2/20/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Three-Headed Attack Carries Rangers 
The one-two-three punch of sophomores Cartiea French-Toney, Mauricio Modestin, and Josh Koets carried the Rangers to a home victory over Edmonds on Presidents Day. (BOX SCORE


(Sat., 2/18/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
No. 1 Whatcom Too Big for OC
The Whatcom Orcas beat OC 87-68 in Bellingham Saturday. Whatcom is the number one ranked team in the NWAACC's most recent basketball poll. (more>>



(Wed., 2/15/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Haslom Carries Rangers Again
Tre Haslom has now put solid back-to-back performances together. Last night he scored 29 points in OC's win at North Seattle. (more>>



(Sat., 2/11/12 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Skagit Pulls Away in Second Half 
Olympic College led 43-41 at the half but ended up losing 97-85 to Skagit Valley. Tre Haslom was a scoring machine, draining seven three-pointers. He finished with 38 points in the loss. (BOX SCORE)



(Mon., 2/6/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
OC Snaps Three Game Skid  
The men's basketball team snapped a three-game losing streak with a 79-76 win over Edmonds. Mauricio Modestin had 30 points. (more>>)


(Sat., 2/4/12 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Shoreline Runs Past Rangers 
The NWAACC's No. 1 offense proved itself on Saturday. The Shoreline Dolphins scored 113 points en route to a thirty-point victory over OC. Josh Koets scored 18 points in the loss. (BOX SCORE


(Wed., 2/1/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Olympic Pushes Bellevue to Brink 
Cartiea French-Toney led the Rangers with 22 points and 10 rebounds; Corey Foster scored 18 points and had 13 rebounds. Olympic came up short against Bellevue on the road. OC lost for the second time to No. 4 ranked Bellevue, this time 74-71. (more>>) (BOX SCORE


(Mon., 1/30/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Whatcom Cruises Past OC 
Olympic was blown out at home on Monday night. They will look to rebound on the road at Bellevue on Wednesday. (more>>)


(Sat., 1/28/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers Beat Trojans, 93-75 
OC got its first home win at the Bremer Student Center and beat Everett 93-75 Saturday. Six players scored in double figures. (more>>)


(Wed., 1/25/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Another Close Defeat, This Time in PA 
Peninsula's J.T. Terrell had 35 points and hit the game winner with 16 seconds left to lift the Pirates to a 92-89 win on Wednesday night in Port Angeles. (more>>)


(Mon., 1/16/12 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Janusch Not Pleased With Team 
The Rangers let one slip away Monday at home; Barry Janusch thought OC's effort was selfish at times. Olympic blew a second half lead and lost to Seattle 71-63. (more>>)


(Sat., 1/14/12 - OC Athletic Dept.)
OC Men Notch First League Win
OC went on the road and secured their first league victory Saturday night 91-86 over Skagit Valley. A balanced offensive attack and big defensive stops aided in the Rangers win. (BOX SCORE>>) 



(Sat., 1/7/12 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Shoreline Runs Past Olympic
The Shoreline Dolphins uptempo offense - which is averaging over 100 points per game - pushed past the Rangers on Saturday 116-99. Mauricio Modestin had 22 points in the loss.
(BOX SCORE>>) 


(Wed., 1/4/12 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Back and Forth Game Goes to Bellevue
League play opened with a stellar game, but OC couldn't hang on against unbeaten Bellevue, losing 74-72. Josh Koets went for 21 points and 9 rebounds. (BOX SCORE>>)


(Thu., 12/29/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Preseason Ends With Loss
Chemeketa sent Olympic College home with a 88-77 loss to end their non-league schedule. Mauricio Modestin was named to the all-tournament team. (more>>


(Wed., 12/28/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers Push Past Umpqua
Mauricio Modestin's hot hand leads the Rangers past Umpqua at the Clark College Holiday tournament. "Beano" had 27 points. (more>>


(Tue., 12/27/11 - Clark College Athletic Dept.)
Clark Cruises Past OC
The second time around results in the same outcome - OC was downed by undefeated Clark College 102-73. (more>>


(Sun., 12/18/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Modestin's 32 Not Quite Enough
OC lost the third place game to Shoreline at the Crossover tournament. Mauricio Modestin scored 32 points in the loss. Cartiea French-Toney was named to the all-tournament team - he averaged 21 points and 7 assists per game. (more>>) (BOX SCORE>>) 


(Sat., 12/17/11 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Clark's Size Trumps Rangers
Clark College's front line was too much for Olympic, outlasting the Rangers 87-73 in Wenatchee. (BOX SCORE>>)  


(Fri., 12/16/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Men Sparked By Return of Players
The return of Cartiea French-Toney, Mauricio Modestin, and Brandon Sanders helped lift the Rangers to an opening victory in the Wenatchee Crossover tournament. (more>>


(Sat., 12/10/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
LC Rides Hot Start, Beats Rangers
OC dug themselves a hole in the first half against Lower Columbia and couldn't muster a comeback.(more>>) (BOX SCORE>>


(Thu., 12/8/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers Prevail in OT for First Win
The men's basketball team got payback on Thursday when they beat Grays Harbor on the road in overtime. Josh Koets had 27 points. The Rangers lost to Grays Harbor last Saturday. (more>>


(Sat., 12/3/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Foster Has Another Big Game in Loss
Corey Foster
put together his second straight strong performance, but the Rangers lost to Grays Harbor 64-58. (more>>


(Thu., 12/1/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Tough Start to Season for Men
Olympic played Pierce tight in the first half, but was blown out in the second half of their season opener on the road. (more>>) (BOX SCORE>>)



(Wed., 11/30/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Ranger Basketball Notebook
Josh Koets
thought his knee surgery would compromise his season this year. Turns out Koets's arthroscopic surgery Nov. 16 turned out better than expected, and now the 2nd-team all leaguer is back with the  (more>>


(Wed., 11/30/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Haslom Returns to Kitsap County
Freshman Tre Haslom was set to go to Warner Pacific University before the coach there left. He now returns to OC with aspirations to get back to the four-year level. (more>>


(Thu., 10/20/11 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers On The Comeback
After a disappointing season last year, OC looks to rebound for a more competitive season. The Kitsap Sun previewed the team, led by Athletics Director and head coach Barry Janusch. (more>>
  


(Thu., 3/3/2011 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Koets Collects All-League Award
Redshirt freshman Josh Koets was named to the NWAACC North Division 2nd-team. Koets ended the season averaging 18 points and 7 rebounds. Isaiah Thompson and Drew Reid were named to the All-Academic team. 
 

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Athletic Dept. Press Releases 


Reports in Word (.pdf) format

(Mon., 4/30/2012)
Ranger Roundup

(Sat., 4/21/2012)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. II, Issue VIII

(Fri., 3/30/2012)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. II, Issue VII

(Wed., 1/25/2012)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. II, Issue VI

(Mon., 11/21/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. II, Issue V

(Tue., 11/15/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. II, Issue IV

(Tue., 11/8/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. II, Issue III

(Thu., 10/27/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. II, Issue II

(Thu., 9/22/2011)
FOCUS on Athletics, Vol. II, Issue I

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