Michael Carman

WILDER BASEBALL: Wilder Seniors rolling in Firecracker Classic

Wilder backed up starting pitcher Ethan Flodstrom defensively and produced 15 hits and 13 runs offensively in a 13-0 blowout of Lakeside… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: Coed softball registration in Port Angeles; Sequim, Port Angeles players voted to All-State soccer team; Fun run held in Forks

City of Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Coed softball league registration is underway for players age… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: Sequim’s Velarde, Port Townsend’s Foster play in All-State football game; football/cheer camp in Sequim; Soccer registration

Two North Olympic Peninsula football players played in the 24th annual East-West Earl Borden All-Star Football… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA SOFTBALL MVP: Port Angeles’ Natalie Steinman has a season for the ages

Given the record-shattering success Port Angeles second baseman Natalie Steinman produced at the plate in her career, it’s hard to picture the… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles stumbles in road loss

Port Angeles ruffled the Kelowna Falcons’ feathers early, scoring two runs in each of the first three innings, but… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Crabbing, salmon fishing get going in earnest shortly

EVERYTHING IS HAPPENING … or will be soon when seasons for king and coho salmon and Dungeness crab open and a variety of rule changes… Continue reading

PREPS: Neah Bay’s Tony McCaulley steps away from coaching

Neah Bay football and girls basketball coach Tony McCaulley has stepped down after a decade of dominance with the Red Devils. McCaulley… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Roughriders compete well at Sedro camp

The Port Angeles boys basketball varsity team recently finished second at the 24th annual Sedro-Woolley Team Basketball Camp. The Roughriders fell 43-38 in… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Another halibut opening slated

THOSE FINAL HALIBUT dates last weekend? They weren’t so final after all. Halibut quota remaining is enough to ensure marine areas 3-10 will be open… Continue reading

NEAH BAY: Red Devils hire new football, girls’ basketball coaches

The hiring of two head coaches to fill Neah Bay’s football and girls basketball positions after longtime coach Tony McCaulley stepped down… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA BOYS SOCCER MVP: Sequim’s Liam Harris is head of the pack

Sequim’s Liam Harris personified the team-first approach displayed by the Wolves boys soccer team in their drive to the Class 2A state tournament… Continue reading

GOLF COLUMN: Clallam County Amateur on tap

THE ALL-PENINSULA Boys and Girls golf MVPs, Sequim’s Paul Jacobsen and Sarah Shea, have opened their summer seasons by playing in a couple of big-time… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Wilder off to hot start

Wilder Senior improved to 3-0 on its weekend road trip with a 5-2 nonleague win over the Seattle Braves on Friday. Pitchers Tyler… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: Trio of Port Angeles softball players earn all-state honors; Sprint boat tickets and camping spots on sale now

The Washington State Softball Coaches Association released its Class 2A All-State team and three Port Angeles… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles comes undone in extra-innings loss

A leadoff walk and two costly mistakes on back-to-back bunts put Port Angeles in a pickle and ultimately cost the Lefties in… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA BOYS GOLF: Sequim sophomore Paul Jacobsen swings his way to MVP

Sequim sophomore Paul Jacobsen overcame a mid-season back injury to shave two strokes off his scoring average, claimed the Olympic League 2A Boys… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Halibut wraps up Saturday, saltwater salmon getting started

HALIBUT AND CHINOOK limits are possible for anglers fishing in the waters of marine areas 3 (La Push) and 4 (Neah Bay) on Saturday. Yes,… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles bats quiet in 8-2 loss to Corvallis

University of Portland product Conner Knutson pitched six solid innings as the Corvallis Knights quieted the Port Angeles Lefties bats in an… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles taking its lumps as team leads league in hit-by-pitches

Port Angeles’ power-packed roster leads the West Coast League in multiple categories — with runs scored (100 through Wednesday) hits (143) and… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles reliever Triston Busse excelling in West Coast League

Severe back pain literally floored Port Angeles Lefties sidearm reliever Triston Busse in his attempt to return to baseball last fall. Attempting… Continue reading