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Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News Quilcene’s Olin Reynolds breaks around Mary M Knight’s Austin Nelson for a first down during the Rangers’ 54-38 win Saturday.

PREP FOOTBALL: Quilcene wins season-opener 54-38

Quilcene got four touchdowns from Olin Reynolds and shut out a feisty Mary M. Knight school that had come roaring back from a… Continue reading

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News Quilcene’s Olin Reynolds breaks around Mary M Knight’s Austin Nelson for a first down during the Rangers’ 54-38 win Saturday.

COLLEGE SOCCER: PC men win in shutout, women even record with win

The Peninsula men picked up their first win of the year with a home shutout over North Idaho 1-0. The game was… Continue reading

PHOTO: Always training

Firefighters with the Port Angeles Fire Department train on Ladder 11 at the Civic Field parking lot earlier this week as part… Continue reading

Sequim celebrates winning the Super Cup with a victory over Port Angeles last year.

SOCCER: Bragging rights on the line at Saturday’s Sequim-Port Angeles Super Cup

The North Olympic Peninsula soccer community is back in action and geared up to bring the Fourth annual Super… Continue reading

Sequim celebrates winning the Super Cup with a victory over Port Angeles last year.
The Storm King U11 soccer team won its division at the Bainbridge Island Cup last weekend. The team is from left, back row, coach Kyle Kautzman, goalkeeper Kaiden Tosland, Ian Smithson, Brennin Tuff, Colin Feik, Colton Wagner, Bjorn Henrikson and coach Kris Henrikson. From left, front row, are Collin Welch, Carston Seibel, Ben Greatwood, Aaiden Galvin, Myles Taylor and Rene Martin.

SPORTS SHOTS: Storm King U11 team; young BMX rider Brian Belbin

(Above) The Storm King U11 soccer team won its division at the Bainbridge Island Cup last weekend. The team is from left, back row, coach… Continue reading

The Storm King U11 soccer team won its division at the Bainbridge Island Cup last weekend. The team is from left, back row, coach Kyle Kautzman, goalkeeper Kaiden Tosland, Ian Smithson, Brennin Tuff, Colin Feik, Colton Wagner, Bjorn Henrikson and coach Kris Henrikson. From left, front row, are Collin Welch, Carston Seibel, Ben Greatwood, Aaiden Galvin, Myles Taylor and Rene Martin.
Ezra Northern of Port Angeles rides in the seventh downhill mountain-biking race of the Northwest Cup held in Whitefish, Mont., this weekend. Northern finished eighth in the men’s Cat 1 0-18 division. (Olivia Smith Racing)

MOUNTAIN BIKING: NW CUP — Port Angeles riders place at Whitefish

Port Angeles’ Matt Mangano finished second at the latest Northwest Cup downhill mountain bike races held in Whitefish, Mont.,… Continue reading

Ezra Northern of Port Angeles rides in the seventh downhill mountain-biking race of the Northwest Cup held in Whitefish, Mont., this weekend. Northern finished eighth in the men’s Cat 1 0-18 division. (Olivia Smith Racing)

COLUMN: Clearing the air around here

Pink Floyd once sang, “Breathe. Breathe in the air, don’t be afraid to care.” And today, I’m breathing deep and clear again after a couple… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: U13 team wins Bainbridge tournament; Preregister for state BMX finals at Lincoln Park

Preregistration is now open for the Washington State BMX Finals which will be held Sept.… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Chimacum putting opponents on notice

It’s a new season in Chimacum and the Cowboys are putting their opponents on notice that they’re going to be in for a… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEWS: Roughriders talking playoffs

Incoming head coach Troy Mann certainly doesn’t lack for enthusiasm about this year’s edition of the Port Angeles Roughriders. Mann said more… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Red Devils look to rebound from injury-marred 2017

Last season, the Neah Bay Red Devils, coming off the program’s fourth Class 1B state football championship in six seasons, had a… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Crescent will be looking for a Beastly year from Leonard

The Crescent Loggers will be heading into a new league setup, carrying with them the motto “feed the Beast.” That “Beast” is star… Continue reading

SPORTS SHOT: Clallam County rodeo bareback rider

The last day of the Clallam County Fair, the rodeo competition concluded with bareback riding. Here, Kyle Bounds of Harrisburg, Ore. Oregon is given a… Continue reading

WOMEN’S SOCCER PREVIEW: Pirates will pack a punch

Don’t expect a record-breaking goal-scoring team again this year, according to Peninsula College women’s soccer coach Kanyon Anderson. But Anderson doesn’t anticipate… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Sequim’s Beuke wins bronze at worlds; PC men nearly force draw with Univ. of Victoria; Johnni’s wins on Grand Slam

Sequim graduate and NCAA champion Elise Beuke can add another medal to her cabinet after the U23… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Klahhane registration opens Aug. 20

Klahhane Gymnastics registration for fall gymnastics and ninja classes opens Monday, Aug. 20, with classes beginning on… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Lefties rally to tie, but fall in 11 innings; season finale Tuesday

The Lefties didn’t want to end their West Coast League season Sunday. And they weren’t able to quite recapture the magic from… Continue reading

SPORTS SHOT: Safe at home in Dick Brown Tournament

The 21st annual Dick Brown Memorial Baseball Tournament began at the Lincoln Park fields in Port Angeles Saturday. Twenty teams from as far as Bellevue… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Pickle power too much; WCL season wraps up Sunday

The Lefties gave up 16 hits to a powerful Portland Pickles team and managed only five hits of their own in a… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Wilder Senior bows out at state tournament

Wilder Senior bowed out of the American Legion AAA State Tournament on Wednesday at Wheeler Field, held to five hits in a 10-0… Continue reading