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Clark falls to Peninsula in NWAC women’s soccer final

first_imgClark falls to Peninsula in NWAC women’s soccer final Penguins cap big year with 2-0 defeat Published: November 11, 2018, 4:29pm For a team that made a habit of shutting teams out, the script was flipped on the Clark College women’s soccer team Sunday.Peninsula of Port Angeles won its fourth Northwest Athletic Conference championship on Sunday, beating the Penguins 2-0 at Starfire Stadium in Tukwila.This was the first appearance by the Penguins in the NWAC women’s final. They entered the championship match having outscored their last 14 opponents 57-1 with 13 shutouts.Peninsula sophomore Samantha Guzman scored in the fourth minute of the match for her fifth goal of the season. Then sophomore Emilee Greve scored in the 15th minute on her untouched corner kick. It was her 13th goal of the season. By The Columbian Share: Clark College Penguins Peninsula (19-2-1) outshot Clark (14-2-1) 10-3 in the first half, but the Penguins had a 9-1 advantage in the second half. Peninsula had eight shots on goal to Clark’s five.Peninsula was making the program’s seventh final in the last eight seasons. It was runner-up last year to Highline, and beat Highline in 2016 for the NWAC title. The Pirates also won back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013. Share: GO Receive latest stories and local news in your email: By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.last_img read more

Moroccos Head of Govt receives CEO of General Electric

Rabat – Head of government Abdelilah Benkirane received, on Monday in Rabat, chief executive officer of General Electric (GE) Jeffrey Immelt who is on a working visit to Morocco.During the meeting, Benkirane highlighted Morocco’s reform process carried out, under the leadership of Mohammed VI, in all areas notably in the economic field for which several measures were adopted to promote the business climate, support investments and implement important programs to train engineers and technicians.According to a statement by the head of government’s office, Benkirane said that these measures turned Morocco into an example to follow in the region and a destination for major investors by helping the country improve its ratings in global ranking. He also underscored Morocco’s special status in Africa, given its historical ties of friendship and fruitful cooperation with many African countries, which enables it to play a pioneer role as a platform for investment in Africa.The CEO of GE, an American multinational conglomerate corporation, voiced his admiration for reforms undertaken in Morocco, saying that his company is eager to reinforce its investments in the Kingdom. read more