Michael Carman

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula holds back Whatcom

Ashlynn Sharp’s late 3-point basket and made free throws were the difference as the Peninsula College women’s basketball team… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Harris-Williams’ late jumper lifts Peninsula to victory

Davien Harris-Williams’ step-back 15-foot jumper with 1.3 seconds to play boosted the Peninsula College men’s basketball team to an 88-86 win over… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Options increase with sunny weather

IT’S NOT THE time to make hay while the sun shines, but if you aren’t wetting a line for steelhead you can tap into something… Continue reading

PREP NOTEBOOK: Port Angeles wrestles for league title Thursday night

PORT ANGELES WRESTLES tonight for its first undisputed Olympic League boys title since the 2014-15 season when the Roughriders (5-0) take on the Olympic Trojans… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks tops Clallam Bay in OT; Roughriders, Wolves win big

Rian Peters scored 25 points, including the eventual game-winner in the paint in overtime, as the Forks girls basketball team edged Clallam… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Sequim surges past Port Townsend; Roughriders, Spartans win big

Sequim went on a huge 30-5 run in the second quarter en route to a 70-28 boys basketball win over Port Townsend… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Forks wrestlers finish home slate with a win; Port Angeles boys swimmers compete with Olympic

On a night honoring nine graduating seniors, the Forks wrestlers beat 2A North Kitsap 50-21 in their… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Chimacum owns the glass in win over Vashon

Chimacum shook off a nine-day layoff between games with a 42-33 nonleague girls basketball victory against Vashon.… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks beats pesky Tenino Beavers; Sequim, Crescent win

Forks held back an improving Tenino 69-53 in an Evergreen League contest that was… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS: Forks High School star Ron Bagby inducted into Spartan Basketball Hall of Fame

The Forks High School basketball teams inducted former Forks standout Ron Bagby into the Spartan Basketball Hall… Continue reading

BOYS SWIMMING: Roughriders send seniors out with a win in final home meet

Port Angeles boys swimmers picked up two new individual state meet qualifying times and three new… Continue reading

WRESTLING: Port Angeles tops rival Sequim

Port Angeles earned a forfeit in a dual meet with Sequim on Thursday as illnesses and grade-related eligibility issues have thinned the Wolves’… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Port Angeles boys tied for league lead after rallying past North Kitsap

Victory seemed like a long shot after a rough first half, long enough for Port Angeles boys basketball coach Kasey Ulin to… Continue reading

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                                Port Angeles’ Eve Burke is engulfed by North Kitsap defenders Raelee More, right and Grace Johnson as she goes up for a layup.

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: North Kitsap tops Port Angeles, teams now tied for league lead. Sequim, Neah Bay and Port Townsend all win

Port Angeles ceded solo control of the top spot in the Olympic League 2A Division girls basketball standings with a 69-63 loss at… Continue reading

<strong>Mark Krulish</strong>/Kitsap News Group
                                Port Angeles’ Eve Burke is engulfed by North Kitsap defenders Raelee More, right and Grace Johnson as she goes up for a layup.

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles rallies to knock off North Kitsap for first time in nearly five seasons and keep league title hopes alive

Victory seemed like a long shot after a rough first half, long enough for Port Angeles boys basketball coach Kasey Ulin to… Continue reading

Government shutdown leads to cancellation of Kalaloch razor clam digs

At the request of Olympic National Park, the state Department of Fish & Wildlife has canceled razor clam digs scheduled for Kalaloch beach… Continue reading

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula survives Skagit Valley scare

The Peninsula College women’s basketball team was in control against Skagit Valley up 19 points heading to the fourth quarter when the… Continue reading

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Harris-Williams has big night for Peninsula

Davien Harris-Williams scored 29 points to lead Peninsula College to a 67-60 men’s basketball victory over Skagit Valley at home Wednesday night.… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Neah Bay boys and girls sweep Clallam Bay in hoops

The Neah Bay Red Devils didn’t let a cold shooting night from the field harm themselves in a 57-40 girls basketball win… Continue reading