Michael Carman

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula women tip-off Friday night

Peninsula College head coach Alison Crumb and her staff will open their 2017-18 women’s basketball season tonight with a… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles swamps Bainbridge in season opener

Port Angeles had a little trouble getting the layup line started in pregame warmups before its season-opening girls basketball contest with Class… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Sol Duc hatchery coho season extended

ADDITIONAL FISHING TIME and the possibility of sunshine would be a nice break in the recent routine of rain, windstorm and a little more rain.… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks girls stand tall in win over Aberdeen

Forks made it two wins in two nights by toppling Class 2A Aberdeen 55-45 in a nonleague girls basketball game. The Spartans (2-0)… Continue reading

Port Angeles’ Gary Johnson passes off during the Port Angeles High School Jamboree Monday night. Pressuring on defense is Forks’ Cort Prose (13). Port Angeles won this game 24-16 as the jaboree also featured teams from Port Townsend and Chimacum. Prep basketball season is now underway as the Port Angeles boys played their first game of the year Tuesday against Bainbridge, while the Roughrider girls open up their season at 7 p.m. Wednesday with a home game against Bainbridge. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

CARMAN: What to watch for this prep hoops season

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL season tips off in earnest this week with nonleague action for most but not all of the 18 boys and girls basketball… Continue reading

Port Angeles’ Gary Johnson passes off during the Port Angeles High School Jamboree Monday night. Pressuring on defense is Forks’ Cort Prose (13). Port Angeles won this game 24-16 as the jaboree also featured teams from Port Townsend and Chimacum. Prep basketball season is now underway as the Port Angeles boys played their first game of the year Tuesday against Bainbridge, while the Roughrider girls open up their season at 7 p.m. Wednesday with a home game against Bainbridge. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles rally from deep hole falls just short

Port Angeles found itself tested early in its season opener and showed flashes of potential on both ends of the floor in… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Indoor soccer in Sequim; Peninsula men win

Registration is open for the fifth annual Sequim FC Indoor Soccer League. Due to limited space, registration… Continue reading

WRESTLING PREVIEW: Port Angeles grapplers have a new head coach

New Port Angeles wrestling head coach Rob Gale has hit the mat running in an effort to reach goals ranging from the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Halibut season nearly set

THE PACIFIC FISHERY Management Council met earlier this month in Costa Mesa, Calif., and Sequim’s Dave Croonquist, an avid fisherman and member of multiple angling-related… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Lefties 2018 schedule released

While the rains hammer home, visualize Civic Field on a warm July evening. That’s possible with the recent release of the West… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Next round of razor clam digs set; state fishing records fall

WITH RISING RIVERS looking more like hot cocoa than fishable, only the hardiest or foolhardiest of anglers will be casting lines this holiday weekend. Alternative… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Clallam Bay’s Wonderly heads up North Olympic League all-league volleyball team

Clallam Bay junior Miriam Wonderly was voted Class 1B North Olympic League Volleyball MVP in… Continue reading

GOLF: Apple Cup tourney Saturday at Peninsula Golf Club

COUGARS, HUSKIES AND golf combine Saturday morning at Peninsula Golf Club in Port Angeles for the club’s 26th annual Apple Cup Tournament. The two-person scramble… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS: All-league football, soccer teams announced

Port Townsend senior offensive and defensive lineman Jackson Foster was selected to the Nisqually-Olympic League All-League Football Team’s first team in voting… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Spartans scrimmage/dinner tonight in Forks

The annual Forks High School Blue & Gold Spartan basketball scrimmage will occur today at the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Senator now chairs important natural resources committee

ONE OF OUR legislators now chairs the committee that oversees state Department of Fish and Wildlife-related affairs. Sen. Kevin Van De Wege, D-Sequim, was named… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association rowers participating in the first-ever John Halberg Memorial Scrimmage. Back row, from left, coach Debby Swinford, Jake McGovern, Tyler Turner, Daniel Weaver Nathan Mishler, Emily Sirguy, Lisa Martin, coach Calum Swinford, Ella Ventura, Lica Kennedy and Adain Feingold. Front row, Sophia Groves, Harrison Fulton, Will Roening, Shannon Callahan, Veronica Kennedy and Jack Feingold.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Green and White Day for Roughrider basketball

Port Angeles boys basketball will hold a Green and White Day season tipoff event at… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association rowers participating in the first-ever John Halberg Memorial Scrimmage. Back row, from left, coach Debby Swinford, Jake McGovern, Tyler Turner, Daniel Weaver Nathan Mishler, Emily Sirguy, Lisa Martin, coach Calum Swinford, Ella Ventura, Lica Kennedy and Adain Feingold. Front row, Sophia Groves, Harrison Fulton, Will Roening, Shannon Callahan, Veronica Kennedy and Jack Feingold.

OUTDOORS: Credit card test for Hoko steelhead

EXPECT MORE UNCLIPPED steelhead to return to the Hoko River than normal this season and in coming seasons. Beginning today, the definition of hatchery steelhead… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula women’s championship bid ends in overtime

That’s the way the ball bounces. Peninsula’s bid for an undefeated season and a repeat Northwest Athletic Conference women’s soccer title ended abruptly… Continue reading