Michael Carman

PREP BASEBALL: Woods throws 2-hitter, Flodstrom homers as Port Angeles rolls against rival Sequim

Distractions were all around for the Port Angeles baseball team — playing its first home game of the season at Civic Field,… Continue reading

 

PREP ROUNDUP: Johnnie Young throws complete-game as Sequim baseball earn blowout win

Johnnie Young pitched a complete-game gem, allowing one run on five hits while striking out 10 and walking none in Sequim’s 10-1 dusting… Continue reading

 

BOYS SOCCER ROUNDUP: Sequim, Port Angeles, Port Townsend all record shutout wins

Ryan Tolberd netted a hat trick as Sequim continued their strong run of play with a shutout victory over North Kitsap at home… Continue reading

 

OUTDOORS: Wild steelhead review urged on West End, presentation set Friday in Forks

A PRIVATE PUSH for an annual wild steelhead review on West End rivers will begin in earnest Friday with a presentation at the Olympic Natural… Continue reading

PREP SOCCER: Roughriders pull away from feisty Redhawks; Sequim wins again

Port Angeles got a shutout from goalkeeper Anton Kathol and fought off a game… Continue reading

GOLF: Simulator champions crowned

A SUNNY RUN of weather is a perfect selling point to get back on the golf course after a trying winter. And the annual Merchants… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Peninsula’s Torres-Benito signs with Sacramento State

Torres-Benito moving on to Sacramento St. PORT ANGELES – Peninsula College sophomore Shantel Torres-Benito signed a national letter of intent this week to continue her… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Sequim softball tops Forks in season opener

Sequim received five innings of no-hit pitching from senior Isabelle Dennis and the Wolves broke open a scoreless game with a three-run… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Hatchery chinook limit raised starting Friday in Marine Area 6

*Today refers to Friday, March 15. A TWO-HATCHERY chinook bag limit is back in effect for Marine Area 6 (Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca)… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Coed soccer and women’s basketball leagues forming in Port Angeles; T-ball registration open through Monday

Registration is underway for an adult coed soccer league run by the Port Angeles Parks… Continue reading

GIRLS TENNIS: Sequim sweeps rival Port Angeles in season-opening match

Sequim and Port Angeles opened up the girls tennis season with a rivalry match Wednesday at Sequim High School. The Wolves won all… Continue reading

BOYS SOCCER: Sequim beats rival Port Angeles with a wild comeback

Featuring nine combined goals, a goalkeeper-assisted score and a goal-line save by a defender in a spirited, entertaining and down to the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Ocean coho quotas rising for summer season

A COHO QUOTA nearly four-times as large as last summer may await silver anglers off Neah Bay this July, August and September. Salmon season setting… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Area women win NWAC Honors

Peninsula College women’s basketball players were honored recently with inclusion on the Northwest Athletic Conference Northern… Continue reading

GOLF: Legend Dan Jenkins passes away

A BORN STORYTELLER died March 7 at the age of 90. Dan Jenkins was best known for his decades of golf writing, filling the pages… Continue reading

PREPS: Port Angeles’ 1985 tennis state champs, 1959 gridiron greats heading to hall of fame

A football team laden with speed led by an offensive-minded head coach with strategies ahead of… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Nineteen-pound chinook leads derby heading into final day and other area events

Good-sized blackmouth chinook are found up and down the leaderboard after two days of fishing… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men fall in NWAC Tournament

Peninsula College struggled to defend against Green River, allowing the Gators to shoot 56 percent from the field in an 89-66 Northwest Athletic… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Derby anglers vying for $10K prize this weekend

ANGLERS FISHING IN the Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby today through Sunday should expect all manner of conditions. Snow, rain, sunshine and cold temperatures all are… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS: Spring storylines to follow

With spring sports practices underway inside gyms and slowly spreading to fields and diamonds, here are five stories to watch featuring teams… Continue reading