Michael Carman

Curtis steps down as Port Angeles High School football coach

Bret Curtis has resigned as head football coach of the Port Angeles Roughriders, district athletic director Dwayne Johnson confirmed. Curtis’ resignation was… Continue reading


The 6th Grade Threat Port Angeles AAU basketball team went 4-0 last weekend at the Captain T’s Martin Luther King Tournament, defeating Bainbridge Roots 31-18 in the title game. The team is 9-3 on the season and opened league play this weekend in Poulsbo. Team members are, top row, from left, Makenna Larson, Keira Gedelman, Waverly Mead, Clarissa Sprague, Ella Hollis and Dylan Baermann. Front row, Lilly Scheid, Isabelle Felton, Ciara Cargo-Acosta and Vienna Shamp.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: PA’s Long, Sequim’s Henninger make All-State for girls’ soccer

The North Olympic Peninsula’s soccer reputation is growing in the eyes of the Washington State Soccer… Continue reading


PREP HOOPS: Redhawks honor 1992-93 team that played in state title game

On a night that Port Townsend remembered its sterling boys basketball history, the current team couldn’t quite pull off a comeback bid… Continue reading


PREP WRESTLING: Forks dominates Port Angeles, Sequim and Port Townsend to win The Battle For the Axe

Forks controls the axe for 2018, the traveling trophy presented to winners of The Battle for the Axe, the Olympic Shootout Team… Continue reading

PREP HOOPS: Forks and PA boys win to stay in first; PA girls give up 15 points in win

There would be no letdown for the Forks basketball boys. After knocking off Montesano, the big bully of the Evergreen 1A League, last… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Winter great time of year for birding on the North Peninsula

THOSE LOOKING FOR a way to beat the winter blahs should tap into some winter birding activities offered by area chapters of the Audubon Society.… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men triumph in overtime against Olympic

Peninsula held off a last-gasp 3-point attempt by Olympic and came away with an 84-82 overtime victory over the Rangers in a Northwest… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Neah Bay’s McCaulley scores 25 in win over Clallam Bay

Led by Gina McCaulley’s 25 points, the Neah Bay girls basketball team broke open a close game and ran past Clallam Bay… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles, Sequim teams win at MLK Jr. hoops tourney

Youth basketball teams from Port Angeles and Sequim won in two divisions at the annual Port Angeles Parks and Recreation’s Martin Luther… Continue reading

BASKETBALL: Hard to top memorable 1992-93 hoops season

THE 1992-93 Port Townsend Redskins’ run to the Class A state championship game at the Tacoma Dome is a major part of a basketball season… Continue reading

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Everett overwhelms Peninsula women

Upset with what she viewed as an aimless performance from her team in an 88-55 NWAC North Region loss to Everett, Peninsula… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Townsend’s second-place 1992-93 team celebrated tonight

Driven to overcome the district tournament disappointment of the previous campaign, the 1992-93 Port Townsend boys basketball team produced arguably the finest… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks boys top Montesano, grab hold of first

Forks got a crucial league win, fending off Evergreen League foe Montesano for a 49-46 victory that puts the Spartans all alone in… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles beats rival Sequim with big fourth quarter

Gridlock is rarely experienced on the North Olympic Peninsula. But Port Angeles found itself stuck in stop-and-go traffic with rival Sequim, forced to… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Port Angeles girls blow open close game with 29-4 third quarter

An onslaught of third quarter steals and layups allowed Port Angeles to brush off a slow first half and power past rival Sequim… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks boys fight off flu, win on road plus Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend recaps

Fighting against the flu and a long road trip, Forks got off to a 14-2 start on the road against Hoquiam to help… Continue reading

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula steady in win over Shoreline

Peninsula was consistent in all facets in a 90-67 men’s basketball win over Shoreline in the NWAC North Region opener for both… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Blackmouth fishing pushed back to Feb. 16 in Marine Area 9

THE RESUMPTION OF blackmouth fishing in Marine Area 9 has been pushed back to Friday, Feb. 16. State Department of Fish and Wildlife Puget Sound… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles gymnasts, Sequim’s Sharp earn wins at meet

Port Angeles gymnasts edged North Kitsap by just .65 of a point in a 139.85 to 139.2 meet victory over the Vikings at… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Sequim’s Miller to throw for Yaks

Children ages 7 to 12 can register for Ridge Riders Lacrosse, a new youth lacrosse option… Continue reading