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PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles golfers fall against Klahowya

Plus baseball, softball and track reports

Forks Spartans boys soccer set hook on Ilwaco Fisherman

More results for boys soccer, boys golf, softball

Sequim angler John Beath will discuss how to catch halibut in the waters off Washington and British Columbia at a meeting of the North Olympic Peninsula chapter of Puget Sound Anglers in Sequim.

Halibut season schedule, quota released

Expert angler John Beath to present at Puget Sound Anglers meeting

Sequim angler John Beath will discuss how to catch halibut in the waters off Washington and British Columbia at a meeting of the North Olympic Peninsula chapter of Puget Sound Anglers in Sequim.

BASEBALL: Port Angeles’ Cole Uvila now a Hickory Crawdad

Joins Crustacean Nation for his second season in the minor leagues

GOLF: Sunland to host U.S. Senior Amateur qualifier

all that well maintained green grass and those… Continue reading

PREPS: 2018-19 All-Peninsula Boys Basketball team

Players from Port Angeles, Neah Bay, Forks, Sequim and more represented

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles’ Kyle Benedict the best kind of pest

Roughriders senior selected as All-Peninsula MVP

Nadia Cole is a member of the Port Angeles Swim Club and the Port Angeles High School girls swim teams. The 70-plus member swim club is exploring all avenues for practice space during the upcoming closure of William Shore Memorial Pool. Roughrider boys and girls swimmers are expected to practice and compete in Sequim during the 2019-20 school year. (Patty Reifenstahl)

William Shore Pool closure has swim club, teams weighing options

The impending open-ended closure of William Shore Memorial Pool — set to undergo a $16.5 million expansion beginning in late May —… Continue reading

Nadia Cole is a member of the Port Angeles Swim Club and the Port Angeles High School girls swim teams. The 70-plus member swim club is exploring all avenues for practice space during the upcoming closure of William Shore Memorial Pool. Roughrider boys and girls swimmers are expected to practice and compete in Sequim during the 2019-20 school year. (Patty Reifenstahl)

OUTDOORS: Kids Fishing Derby st for Saturday at Lincoln Park Ponds

Experienced anglers still feel the thrill of a fish biting their line, that electric spark that shoots through your hands and keeps you coming back… Continue reading

ALL-STATE BASKETBALL: Neah Bay’s Courtney Swan selected to Associated Press Class 1B team

Port Angeles’ Cooke, Neah Bay’s Bitegeko earn honorable mention

BOYS SOCCER: Port Angeles goalkeeper Anton Kathol keeping it clean

Opposition players and coaches would feel far less intimidated if they could have seen Port Angeles… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS: Forks soccer dominates; softball splits with state champion

The Forks soccer squad overwhelmed Coupeville in a 9-0 nonleague rout. With spring break, Coupeville had some players missing and Forks was able… Continue reading

COLUMN: Hope for Cougars hoops with arrival of new coach

coached by former Washington State head coach Tony Bennett —… Continue reading

SOFTBALL: Forks slugs past Class 3A Seattle Prep

More accustomed to playing against power pitchers in both the traditionally strong Evergreen League and in travel ball matchups, Forks had to… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Chimacum loses in a wild one; PA and Sequim win

The Chimacum Cowboys baseball team got into a wild back-and-forth game with Vashon, coming from way behind to tie the game, but ultimately… Continue reading

Port Angeles freshman Eve Burke won the girls high jump by clearing 4-feet, 10 inches during the Retro Flying A Meet at Port Angeles High School on Thursday.
                                Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

TRACK & FIELD: Port Angeles girls, Sequim boys win Flying A Retro meet (plus photos of Port Townsend, Chimacum and Port Angeles athletes)

The Port Angeles girls and Sequim boys dominated the host Roughriders annual Flying A Retro meet on Thursday at Port Angeles High… Continue reading

Port Angeles freshman Eve Burke won the girls high jump by clearing 4-feet, 10 inches during the Retro Flying A Meet at Port Angeles High School on Thursday.
                                Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Forks limited to singles in softball loss

The Forks and Hoquiam softball teams had the same number of hits, but Hoquiam did a better job of bunching its hits and… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Sequim golf teams sweep rival Port Angeles; plus baseball, softball, girls tennis recaps

Sequim swept Port Angeles in boys and girls nine-hole golf matches at Peninsula Golf Club on Wednesday. The four-best scores from the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Chinook feeding on candlefish near Port Angeles

BLACKMOUTH ANGLERS HAVE taken advantage of the relatively benign weather and tidal conditions in recent weeks around the Port Angeles area, successfully jigging for chinook… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Friday is final day to register for women’s basketball league in Port Angeles

Registration is open for men’s and women’s softball leagues put on by the city… Continue reading