Tournament Woes

SCC VOLLEYBALL TEAM ELIMINATED The SCC Volleyball team (14-18, 9-3 NWAC North) was eliminated from contention late Thursday evening by Clark College. The Phins lost their opening match of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) championship, falling 3-1 to Lower Columbia […]

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The Killshot

SCC VOLLEYBALL STAR LOOMS LARGE The Phins go through their postgame handshake line after notching a key upset win over #8 Bellevue. Nearly every player starts screaming. Seemingly oblivious to the gravity of the moment, Kammi Perkins just smiles and […]

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The Year in Sports

PHINS SEEKING CONSISTENCY Just two of SCC’s seven athletic teams will have the same head coach from the 2016-17 season in 2018-19. Men’s basketball, women’s basketball and softball all had new head coaches this past year, and both men’s and […]

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Sharing is Hard

ROADWAY COURTESY “Get off the road A-Hole!” I regularly hear that sentence from drivers just before I hear the sound of loud screeching tires, accompanied by a thick black cloud of exhaust, as an over-revved engine zooms away. The road […]

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Cyclists on the Road

LAWS, SAFETY, and MAINTENENCE As a cyclist or a driver, sharing the road is typically something both sides would prefer to avoid. To make this whole situation a little safer, here are some reminders on proper signaling, rules of the […]

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The Sea and the Sword

When imagining a college mascot, eagles, tigers or lions usually come to mind. They are the most common mascots used by schools in the U.S. because they are often seen as intimidating and ferocious. Then why a dolphin for SCC? […]

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