Michael Carman

GOLF COLUMN: Bob Cup raises over $20,000 for Clallam Mosaic

THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS were raised for a permanent home for Clallam Mosaic at the third annual Bob Cup charity golf tournament at Cedars at Dungeness… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Roughrider reunion; Port Townsend Braves youth football registration; sports physicals in Jefferson County

Registration for the Port Townsend Braves youth football and cheerleading programs and the first practices of the season… Continue reading

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                                Peninsula’s Jose Serna was picked as an NWAC All-Star last season. He returns at central defensive midfielder for the Pirates this season.

SEASON PREVIEW: Peninsula men’s soccer packed with potential

Four NWAC men’s soccer championship banners are displayed at Peninsula College’s Wally Sigmar Field. The ability to sustain that level of success… Continue reading

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                                Peninsula’s Jose Serna was picked as an NWAC All-Star last season. He returns at central defensive midfielder for the Pirates this season.

OUTDOORS: Solid chinook season coming to a close in Strait of Juan de Fuca

*Editor’s Note: A portion of this column includes a mention of fishing the Strait of Juan de Fuca near Freshwater Bay. The waters of Freshwater… Continue reading

Pickleball players from left, David Davidson, Norio Nishiguchi, Bob Sester of Sequim, Steve Bennett of Port Angeles and former Peninsula College men’s basketball coach Don Huston, participated in the Washington State Senior Games last weekend.
                                Pickleball players from left, David Davidson, Norio Nishiguchi, Bob Sester of Sequim, Steve Benett of Port Angeles and former Peninsula College men’s basketball coach Don Huston, participated in the Washington State Senior Games last weekend.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Beer Fest Saturday supports Hurricane Ridge

The sixth annual Far West Beer Fest on Saturday, Aug. 11 will benefit the Hurricane Ridge Winter… Continue reading

Pickleball players from left, David Davidson, Norio Nishiguchi, Bob Sester of Sequim, Steve Bennett of Port Angeles and former Peninsula College men’s basketball coach Don Huston, participated in the Washington State Senior Games last weekend.
                                Pickleball players from left, David Davidson, Norio Nishiguchi, Bob Sester of Sequim, Steve Benett of Port Angeles and former Peninsula College men’s basketball coach Don Huston, participated in the Washington State Senior Games last weekend.

BASEBALL: Lefties close out summer at Civic Field

A large Civic Field crowd listed at 2,579 turned out to say goodbye to a season of summer baseball as the Port… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Seals and sea lions contributing to orca’s woes

THE ORCA TASK force overseen by Gov. Jay Inslee to come up with suggestions to improve conditions for the 75 Southern Resident orca whales in… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: South Korean martial arts group visits; sports physicals in Jefferson County

The Hodori “Little Tigers” South Korean national demonstration team of children ages 10 to 14 recently… Continue reading

GOLF: Olympic Peninsula YMCA benefit tourney in September

FORE THE KIDS, a golf tournament benefit for the Olympic Peninsula YMCA, is set for Saturday, Sept. 22, at The Cedars at Dungeness in Sequim.… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Season in review

The Port Angeles Lefties play out the string tonight in their final contest of the summer, an exhibition game against the Highline… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Sequim’s Bentz to play softball at Edmonds

The Peninsula College Kids Basketball Camp will be held from 9 a.m. to noon… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Saltwater chinook fisheries ramping down

DAYS ARE RUNNING out to feel the thrill that caps off landing a hatchery chinook in salt water: overcoming the ensuing endorphin rush and remembering… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles adds to single-season home run record but fall to Wenatchee

Port Angeles pitchers allowed 12 runs on 18 hits in a 12-3 loss to the Wenatchee AppleSox on Wednesday at Paul Thomas Field.… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Wilder wraps successful summer

Wilder Senior’s outstanding summer season came to a close a few wins shy of a state title with a 10-0 loss to the… Continue reading

BASKETBALL: New pro team, the Port Angeles Rams, forming

A new professional men’s basketball venture based in Port Angeles is ramping up with the intention of beginning its inaugural season in… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Warmwater species thriving in recently re-opened Crocker Lake

WARMWATER FISH SPECIES such as sunfish, bluegill and brown bullhead catfish have repopulated Jefferson County’s Crocker Lake in the two decades since the state Department… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: PA duo wins gold at senior games; PA’s Gracie Long takes second in steeplechase at national meet

Port Angeles’ Gracie Long placed second in the women’s 2000-meter steeplechase at the USA Track and Field… Continue reading

GOLF COLUMN: Thorne claims club tournament

PENINSULA GOLF CLUB’S Men’s Club Championship was claimed by Gary Thorne with a total score of 3-under-par 141. “The conditions were tough and greens were… Continue reading

SPRINT BOATS: The return of the thrills

A plugged-up pump nearly sank their chances, but the Graham-based Bandit Racing No. 47 got back on track to win the 400… Continue reading

SPRINT BOATS: Navigators an integral part of sprint boat racing

Sometimes you need a helping hand when you’re piloting a sprint boat capable of churning through waist-deep water at speeds in excess… Continue reading