Pierre LaBossiere

SPORTS BRIEFS: PA’s Jake Anstett wins Rogers Invitational motorcross

Jake Anstett of Port Angeles won the checkered flag and a $1,500 crash prize at the Rogers… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Colton McGuffey, Port Angeles baseball

Port Angeles’ Colton McGuffey did it all for the Roughriders’ baseball team in an 8-1 win Thursday over North Mason. On the mound, McGuffey pitched… Continue reading

Former Spartan and current Peninsula College Pirate Marky Adams returned to the Spartan Gym last month with the Olympic Sporting Goods to participate in the Nate Crippen Memorial Scholarship Tournament. Pictured here Adams completes a reversed dunk against Stratton of Kennewick composed of Kennewick, Forks and other area players. The Olympic Sporting Goods defeated Stratton 57-44. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

AREA SPORTS BRIEF: Fifteen teams compete at Forks Crippen basketball tournament

Fifteen teams from around the Olympic Peninsula, Seattle and Bellingham gathered in Forks last month to… Continue reading

Former Spartan and current Peninsula College Pirate Marky Adams returned to the Spartan Gym last month with the Olympic Sporting Goods to participate in the Nate Crippen Memorial Scholarship Tournament. Pictured here Adams completes a reversed dunk against Stratton of Kennewick composed of Kennewick, Forks and other area players. The Olympic Sporting Goods defeated Stratton 57-44. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

TRACK AND FIELD: Sequim boys, Port Angeles girls rack up wins at Retro ‘A’ meet

The Sequim boys and the Port Angeles girls dominated at the Port Angeles “Flying A” Retro… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks soccer remains perfect

The Forks soccer squad remained undefeated on the season with a 5-0 win over the Sequim JV at Wally Sigmar Field at… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL: Roughriders relax at plate, take down rival Sequim

After getting rocked for four hits and two runs in the opening inning, Port Angeles’ Brady Shimko settled down the rest of… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Gabriel Terrones, Forks goalkeeper

Gabriel Terrones is a big part of the resurgence of a very young Forks soccer squad this year. Terrones, goalkeeper for the Spartans, with help… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES HALL OF FAME: Tickets on sale for April 21 event

Tickets are now available for the inaugural Port Angeles High School Hall of Fame dinner set for April 21. People interested in… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: MX races coming to Deer Park track

The Olympic Peninsula Motorcycle Club’s first race of 2018 will feature the first-ever Rogers Invitational… Continue reading

Klahhane Gymnasts brought back gold and silver medals at the Washington Xcel State Championships this past weekend. From left, back row, are Lainy Vig, MeiYing Harper-Smith; Cassii Middlestead, Emma Sharp and Danica Pierson. From left, front row, are Jessamyn Schindler, Kayli Sexton, Susannah Sharp, Sadie Miller and Rylee Evans.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Klahhane Gymnastics takes medals

Klahhane Gymnasts brought back gold and silver medals at the Washington Xcel State Championships at the Clark County… Continue reading

Klahhane Gymnasts brought back gold and silver medals at the Washington Xcel State Championships this past weekend. From left, back row, are Lainy Vig, MeiYing Harper-Smith; Cassii Middlestead, Emma Sharp and Danica Pierson. From left, front row, are Jessamyn Schindler, Kayli Sexton, Susannah Sharp, Sadie Miller and Rylee Evans.

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim softball loses heartbreaker; PA baseball wins wild road game

Sequim nearly overcame 16 strikeouts by Archbishop Murphy pitcher Brooke Jordan, tying the game in the bottom of the seventh to force extra… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS: Sequim track boys dominate Kingston duals; PA girls strong at North Kitsap meet

The Sequim boys picked up multiple first-place finishes in winning two out of three duals at Kingston.… Continue reading

COLLEGE SPORTS: Port Angeles’ Long signs to run for Corban University

They didn’t talk about how great of a distance runner she is; in fact her athletic accomplishments were mentioned mostly in passing.… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: PA soccer wins first league game; Sequim in first place after win

Port Angeles won its first Olympic League 2A Division boys soccer match, beating Bremerton 3-2 at Civic Field. The Roughriders got a… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES TRACK INVITE: PA girls tie for first; Sequim boys second

The Port Angeles track and field girls tied for first place at the Port Angeles Invitational, while the Sequim boys finished a… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Hayuk Minano, Sequim soccer

Hayuk Minano has been a welcome newcomer for the undefeated Sequim boys’ soccer team. Minano is an exchange student from Spain playing for the Wolves… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEF: Sequim fifth-grade boys second at state basketball championships

The Sequim fifth-grade select basketball team came in second in its division this weekend at the Washington Middle School Basketball Championships. Sequim’s record… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Natalie Steinman, Port Angeles softball

The Roughriders’ Natalie Steinman, coming off a monster year for the Port Angeles girls softball team in 2017 when she was a junior, showed that… Continue reading

NWAC CHAMPIONSHIP: Peninsula loses heartbreaker in overtime

The Peninsula College men lost a heartbreaker in the NWAC Championship on Sunday, going to overtime before falling to North Idaho 90-83. “The… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles trio pitches Riders baseball to win

The Port Angeles baseball boys got a great pitching performance from the trio of Colton McGuffey, Brody Merritt and Brady Shimko and… Continue reading