Pierre LaBossiere

STATE CROSS COUNTRY: Youthful Port Angeles girls runners have shot at a high finish

For the second straight year, the Port Angeles girls’ cross-country team is the Westside Classic District III 2A champion. While this is… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Lights installed at Peninsula College’s Sigmar Field, Pirate women host playoff game at 5 p.m. Saturday

Soccer under the lights has arrived at Peninsula College’s Wally Sigmar Field. First dreamed of a… Continue reading

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Port Angeles’ Tyler Bowen and Crescent’s Noah Leonard, football

We felt two extraordinary performances this week deserved our Athlete of the Week honor. Port Angeles’ Tyler Bowen was a huge part of the Roughriders’… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: 10 touchdowns, 529 yards from scrimmage for Loggers’ Leonard

Crescent’s Noah Leonard has had a lot of huge games for the Loggers over the past two… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula women finish league play unbeaten

The Peninsula College soccer women wrapped up another undefeated season in league, blanking Edmonds 2-0 for the Pirates’ 11th shutout of the… Continue reading

PREP PLAYOFFS: PA, Sequim soccer win district openers; Sequim volleyball No. 3 seed at district

The Port Angeles soccer girls continued their trend in recent years of fading a bit toward the end of regular season and then… Continue reading

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                                Sequim’s Damon Little returns a shot during a West Central District Tournament doubles match at Kitsap Tennis and Athletic Center in Bremerton. Little and partner Liam Payne finished third and qualified for the state tournament in May.

DISTRICT TENNIS: Sequim, Port Angeles players net state tournament berths

Port Angeles and Sequim will send a total of four doubles teams and a singles player to state after qualifying at district this… Continue reading

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                                Sequim’s Damon Little returns a shot during a West Central District Tournament doubles match at Kitsap Tennis and Athletic Center in Bremerton. Little and partner Liam Payne finished third and qualified for the state tournament in May.

CROSS COUNTRY: Port Angeles girls dominate district; PA’s Larson wins race

The Port Angeles cross-country girls served notice that they’re going to be a force to be reckoned with at the state 2A… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Port Angeles mounts late charge, qualify for playoff berth

Needing a win to qualify for their first district playoff berth since 2011, Port Angeles made huge plays down the stretch on… Continue reading

MOTORCYCLING: Port Angeles’ Jake Anstett champion of hillclimb circuits

Port Angeles’ Jake Anstett has been racing motorcycles most of his life and had a bit of success in motocross and supercross,… Continue reading

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Thomas Hughes, Blaker Wiker, Sequim tennis doubles team

The Sequim duo of Thomas Hughes and Blake Wiker dominated at the Olympic League Tennis Championships this past weekend. Not only did Hughes and Wiker… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Loggers crush the Acorns 78-0

The Crescent Loggers only ran 17 plays on offense. But, with those 17 plays, the Loggers amassed… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men join women in first place

The Peninsula College women just keep on rolling with a win while the men got a huge gift from Everett after winning… Continue reading

CROSS COUNTRY: Roughrider girls win league; Sequim’s Bingham wins

Led by race winner Lauren Larson, the Port Angeles girls narrowly won the Olympic League Cross Country Championship, beating second-place Klahowya by… Continue reading

Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News The Port Angeles tennis team features a ton of high school and Wilder baseball players. From left, front row are Landon Seibel, Wyatt Hall, Dan Basden, and Kyler Tourbin. From left, back row are, JV coach Karl Myers, Jaden Siebel, Lucas Jarnigan, Hayden Woods, Bo Bradow, Milo Whitman, Brady Nickerson and head tennis coach Brian Gunderson.
                                Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News The Port Angeles tennis team features a ton of high school and Wilder baseball players. From left, front row are Landon Seibel, Wyatt Hall, Dan Basden, and Kyler Tourbin. From left, back row are, JV coach Karl Myers, Jaden Siebel, Lucas Jarnigan, Hayden Woods, Bo Bradow, Milo Whitman, Brady Nickerson and head tennis coach Brian Gunderson.

PREP TENNIS: With baseball background, Port Angeles players free to swing away

There’s a scene in a forgettable Dana Carvey movie in which Carvey’s character, who has never played tennis in his life, is… Continue reading

Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News The Port Angeles tennis team features a ton of high school and Wilder baseball players. From left, front row are Landon Seibel, Wyatt Hall, Dan Basden, and Kyler Tourbin. From left, back row are, JV coach Karl Myers, Jaden Siebel, Lucas Jarnigan, Hayden Woods, Bo Bradow, Milo Whitman, Brady Nickerson and head tennis coach Brian Gunderson.
                                Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News The Port Angeles tennis team features a ton of high school and Wilder baseball players. From left, front row are Landon Seibel, Wyatt Hall, Dan Basden, and Kyler Tourbin. From left, back row are, JV coach Karl Myers, Jaden Siebel, Lucas Jarnigan, Hayden Woods, Bo Bradow, Milo Whitman, Brady Nickerson and head tennis coach Brian Gunderson.
Nadia Cole swimming the breaststroke in Tuesday’s meet against Peninsula. Cole took first in the event. (Patty Reifenstahl)

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles swimmers top 3A Peninsula

The Port Angeles girls swim team won nine events, including two from Maggie Martin, in beating 3A Peninsula 118-68. Two new district… Continue reading

Nadia Cole swimming the breaststroke in Tuesday’s meet against Peninsula. Cole took first in the event. (Patty Reifenstahl)

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Felicia Che, Port Angeles swimming

Port Angeles’ Felicia Che is having a dominating season for the Roughriders girls swim team. Che has been a double-event winner five times already this… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Quilcene stays perfect; Crescent goes to 7-2

The Rangers continued cruising through the Sea-Tac 1B League, scoring 50 points in the first quarter en route to a 56-16 win over… Continue reading

Noah Leonard

SPORTS BRIEFS: Crescent’s Leonard named NW Player of the Week; new winter run slated

Crescent’s Noah Leonard was selected as a MaxPreps/USA Football Player of the Week for the Pacific… Continue reading

Noah Leonard

COLLEGE SOCCER: PC men win 5-1; women 23 goals in past two matches

The Pirates got goals from five different players as they kept pace with Whatcom for the North Division title. It was also… Continue reading