Michael Carman

PREP SOFTBALL: Roughriders’ bats erupt in beating Olympic

Port Angeles displayed some vulnerabilities but flashed plenty of power at the plate in overcoming Olympic 13-7 in an Olympic League 2A… Continue reading

BOYS SOCCER: Port Angeles rips rival Sequim 4-0

An aggressive Port Angeles boys soccer team got the better of rival Sequim and blanked the Wolves… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: State outlines trout planting plans for 2018

HOT ON THE heels of Thursday’s Outdoors column, which touched on recent trout plants, comes the official release of the state Fish and Wildlife Department’s… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Forks soccer remains unbeaten and unscored upon with shutout of Port Townsend

Forks remained undefeated and unscored upon on the young season, shutting out Port Townsend 3-0 in a nonleague boys soccer match at Spartans… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Wentworth Lake access not coming back soon

EARLY LAST YEAR, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife floated a proposal to purchase a parcel of land that would restore recreational fishing access… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles girls tennis swings past Klahowya

Port Angeles won six of seven matches to claim an Olympic League girls tennis match at home against Klahowya on Tuesday. The… Continue reading

GOLF: Blind golfer hits it deep at long-drive contest

A ROUND OF hearty golf claps are in order for Sequim golfer Scott Aughtry after Aughtry placed fifth overall with a best drive of 321… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Ocean salmon fishing options presented to public

OCEAN-GOING ANGLERS take note: salmon seasons will be reduced this summer. That’s the takeaway from the options developed by salmon managers for ocean salmon fisheries… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula hitting the jackpot with Las Vegas guard Colby Jackson

The happiness, as evidenced by the mile-wide smile on his face, was real, even if Peninsula College sophomore Colby Jackson’s preference would have… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Canada contemplating recreational fishing ban along its side of Strait of Juan de Fuca to protect chinook

DESIGNED TO PROTECT resident killer whales, Fisheries and Oceans Canada has proposed either an all-fin ban or a salmon ban for sports fishing in Canadian… Continue reading

Participants compete at the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association held its first Ergometer Regatta at the Landing Mall late last month.

SPORTS BRIEFS: McCaulley, Meek to play in All-State game

The North Olympic Peninsula will be well-represented at the Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association (WSGBCA) Senior All-Star Games on… Continue reading

Participants compete at the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association held its first Ergometer Regatta at the Landing Mall late last month.

PREP GOLF: Sequim boys and girls shoot past Port Townsend

The Sequim boys and girls golf teams defeated Port Townsend in season-opening matches for both schools at Cedars at Dungeness. Wolves junior Blake… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men beat Clackamas in NWAC tourney, advance to Elite 8

Peninsula College had five players reach double figures in scoring as the Pirates held back Clackamas 87-74 in a Sweet 16 matchup at… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Martial arts expert honored; Women’s Basketball League forming in Port Angeles; Roller derby bout Saturday in Sequim

Registration is open for the Port Angeles Parks & Recreation Department’s Women’s Basketball League. Women… Continue reading

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula stay scrappy in NWAC Tournament loss to top-ranked Umpqua

The Peninsula College women’s basketball season came to a close with an 83-62 loss to No. 1 Umpqua in the first round of… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Forks’ Adams a major factor in Peninsula men’s success

Forks’ Marky Adams has given opposition coaches headaches on how to handle his size in the low post and anxiety attacks for Northwest… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Peninsula men’s and women’s basketball players honored by conference

Peninsula College men’s and women’s basketball players have received Northwest Athletic Conference’s Northern Region All-Region honors. Peninsula… Continue reading