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Shoreline Basketball: Everything you need to know

Shoreline Basketball: Everything you need to know

Bella Munson, Sports Editor February 3, 2023

Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams play in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC), the athletic governing body of two-year colleges in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. The...

Women’s Soccer Team Makes the Playoffs

Leuel Bekele, Sports Editor November 11, 2022

Shoreline Community College’s women's soccer team secured a playoff spot for the first time since 2015. They headed to Vancouver on Nov. 2, and lost 3-0 against Clark College. To get a playoff position,...

New Dolphie Design

Daddy Dolphie’s Debut

Paris Apodaca, News Editor October 14, 2022

  With much anticipation preceding his arrival, the new version of Dolphie made his debut. Dolphie’s reveal was akin to a celebrity photo-op, with students and staff serving as the paparazzi....

Baseball: Phins Take Second Series and Tie the Third

Kirk Meyers, Sports Editor March 11, 2022

Over the weekend of Feb. 26 and 27, the Phins played a total of four non-conference games against the Wenatchee Valley College Knights for their second series of the season. Despite a valiant scrimmage...

Kicking Off the Year Right

Kicking Off the Year Right

Eve Westmoreland, Arts and Entertainment Editor March 11, 2022

In early February, SCC’s men’s soccer team was voted to become reinstated following a two-year hiatus. The decision was made during a presentation and proposal led by Athletic Director Steve Eskridge...

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Baseball: Phins Take 3-1 Lead in First Baseball Series of Season

Kirk Meyers, Sports Editor February 24, 2022

After a hiatus lasting nearly two years, SCC’s baseball team is back in full swing. Over the weekend of Feb. 19, amid chilling winds, overcast skies and a light downpour, the SCC Phins played a total...

The SCC mens basketball team playing before the season was cut short last March due to COVID-19.

At Home, SCC Athletics Breaks from the Sidelines

Yita S. Rivera, Online Editor November 20, 2020

As yet another sign of the far-reaching consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, SCC sports have taken a timeout since last spring. The change has left the college to come up with alternative means to...

Kentucky Derby held in September instead of May

Kentucky Derby held in September instead of May

Yita S. Rivera, Online Editor October 9, 2020

The Kentucky Derby was postponed this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The race was held on Sept. 5, 2020. The track was closed to visitors and people viewed the races from the comfort of their own home....

Some Sports Begin Resuming After COVID-19

Some Sports Begin Resuming After COVID-19

Ed Strong, Sports Editor June 12, 2020

As the U.S. hits its three-month mark without team sports, there is finally light at the end of the tunnel. A few individual sports have been able to resume action after a couple of months off, such...

Going Marbles: A Different Spin on Formula One

Going Marbles: A Different Spin on Formula One

Zoe Plattner May 15, 2020

(Graphic: Nova Clark / The Ebbtide) With the uncertain postponement of the 2020 Formula One racing season, few options remain for racing fans: they can watch reruns of previous races, turn to the world...

Intramural Yoga Review

Intramural Yoga Review

Ed Strong May 1, 2020

Photo: Intramurals Coordinator Stacy Attridge is leading a few weekly Zoom classes for students and faculty. I sat in on one of her yoga classes, which she leads twice a week (12:35-1:25...

Spring Athletics Suspended, Returning Players Retain Eligibility in 2021

Ed Strong April 17, 2020

SCC’s spring athletes will get a chance to replace their lost 2020 season. The Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) has joined the other major U.S. collegiate athletic associations (most notably the...

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