Michael Carman

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Boys’ tennis camp slated

A free boys tennis camp will be offered by Port Angeles High School boys tennis coach Brian Gundersen… Continue reading

GOLF: Program geared toward teen golfers

PREP GOLF HAS been about as good as it gets in Sequim in recent seasons and whenever I interview another Sequim golfer who has earned… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Bears bite back to beat Port Angeles 8-7

Holding a six-run lead heading into the bottom of the eighth inning, it appeared academic that the… Continue reading

FIRECRACKER TOURNAMENT: Wilder wins a pair after opening loss

Wilder starter Bo Bradow wasn’t quite warmed up to his liking and it showed as he… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: State seeks Sekiu boat launch

Owner wants to ensure public access for future generations

Area Sports Briefs: Roughriders hosting boys hoops summer camp

Also: 3-on-3 tournament, volleyball camp and Lefties win big

OUTDOORS: King season in full swing

Buffeted by blustery winds, the first few days of salmon fishing off of Port Angeles in Marine Area 6 did not provide optimal conditions for… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Clinic for new soccer referees to be offered

A new referee clinic for potential soccer referees will be offered in July. The… Continue reading

GOLF: Where to hit the links for the Fourth of July

MANY A FOURTH of July has been spent waiting for the sun to set, or at least up here where summer doesn’t start until July… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Pair of Redhawks sign to play college soccer

Recent Port Townsend High School graduates Zach Dempsey and Owen Scanlon have both signed… Continue reading

ESPORTS: Peninsula College setting up competitive video gaming program

A whole new ballgame doubling as an extracurricular activity and potential career path awaits Peninsula College students. The school is leaping into… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Scalzo tosses three-hitter, Christian rakes at the plate in double dip

After seeing their series opener with the Yakima Valley Pippins postponed due to rain, the Port Angeles Lefties had double the fun… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles and Forks busy with activities on Fourth of July; Forks FC wins area soccer title

The Peninsula College Alumni Pirates in the Park Cornhole Tournament will be held along… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: King bite comes on strong off Neah Bay

THE KING BITE picked up in a big way over the last two days off of Neah Bay, with some impressive results Thursday for charter… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Three straight days of halibut to wrap season; coho summer underway

ANGLERS HAVE A three-day stretch to hunt for that final halibut of the season as the flatfish fishery is on today through Saturday along the… Continue reading

GOLF: Clallam County Amateur coming up

CALLING ALL AMATEURS, the upcoming Clallam County Amateur, a three-day, three-round, three course tournament is coming up Friday through Sunday, July 12-14 with rounds at… Continue reading

PREP VOLLEYBALL: New coach takes the reins for the Riders

Port Angeles School District teacher and coach Jennifer Reynolds has been selected to lead the Roughriders high school volleyball program. Reynolds, a… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA BOYS SOCCER MVP: Sequim’s Mathys Tanche an artist on the pitch

With the success foreign exchange students have enjoyed on the soccer field for Sequim the last two seasons, one begins to wonder if… Continue reading

YOUTH BASEBALL: Laurel Lanes repeats as Cal Ripken city champs

Facing a full count with none out and the bases loaded, Nathan Basden drew the game-winning… Continue reading