Pierre LaBossiere

OBITUARY: Bob Klock, legendary Riders’ hoops coach, passes away

Bob Klock, who won 223 games as a head basketball coach at Port Angeles High School, left a legacy as the “Godfather… Continue reading

Luke Dahlgren, left and Colby Demorest, right, Forks wrestlers.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Luke Dahlgren and Colby Demorest, Forks wrestlers

Forks’ Luke Dahlgren and Colby Demorest are having a spectacular season of wrestling as the Spartan wrestling team has been a powerhouse all season. Dahlgren… Continue reading

Luke Dahlgren, left and Colby Demorest, right, Forks wrestlers.

PREP ROUNDUP: PA, Forks grapplers win tournaments

Winning one weight class and placing in multiple others, the Port Angeles boys finished first as a team at the Island Invitational meet.… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim basketball girls stay alive for playoffs with win

The Sequim girls had a pair of victories this weekend, including a critical game against Bremerton to keep their playoff hopes alive.… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men lose to Bellevue on last-second bucket

For the second time in a week, the Peninsula men had a heartbreaking loss with an opponents’ shot in the final seconds providing… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Friday night’s North Olympic Prep Basketball Scores

Friday’s North Olympic Prep Scores Boys Basketball Port Angeles 60, North Mason 43 Sequim 53, Bremerton 40 Coupeville 81, Chimacum 34 Evergreen Lutheran 46, Quilcene… Continue reading

PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Forks boys remain undefeated in league; PA boys, girls keep winning

Forks remained undefeated in league and all alone in first place in the Evergreen 1A League with a 65-46 win on the road… Continue reading

PREP HOOPS: Forks and PA boys win to stay in first; PA girls give up 15 points in win

There would be no letdown for the Forks basketball boys. After knocking off Montesano, the big bully of the Evergreen 1A League, last… Continue reading

GYMNASTICS: Port Angeles gymnasts second at home meet

Port Angeles came in second at its home gymnastics meet, fending off Kingston and North Kitsap in a very close four-way contest.… Continue reading

PREP HOOPS: Quilcene girls beat Seattle Lutheran, Ranger boys fall

The Quilcene basketball girls won their second straight league game with a 37-14 win over Seattle Lutheran. The Rangers shot 83 percent from… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates come within 2.7 seconds of beating NWAC’s No. 2 team

The final score won’t show it, but the Peninsula College men came within 2.7 seconds of knocking off the No. 2-ranked team… Continue reading

Roger Mosley Registration to compete in April’s OAT Run is now open.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Registration now open for OAT Run

Registration is now open for the 2018 Olympic Adventure Trail Run to be held April 28. The event, which includes a 12K… Continue reading

Roger Mosley Registration to compete in April’s OAT Run is now open.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Kaiden Parcher, Port Townsend basketball

Kaiden Parcher has had a great stretch for the Port Townsend Redhawks, as he is one of the big reasons his team has won four… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks boys top Montesano, grab hold of first

Forks got a crucial league win, fending off Evergreen League foe Montesano for a 49-46 victory that puts the Spartans all alone in… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Friday night scores

Friday night’s games fr0m the North Olympic Peninsula BOYS BASKETBALL Port Angeles 59, Sequim 52 Port Townsend 61, Kingston 43 Forks 49, Montesano 46 Klahowya… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks boys fight off flu, win on road plus Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend recaps

Fighting against the flu and a long road trip, Forks got off to a 14-2 start on the road against Hoquiam to help… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA: Port Angeles freshman Lauren Larson earns cross country MVP

A new star came out of the crowd this year in cross country circles. And she and many of her young teammates… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Mikkiah Brady, Port Angeles basketball player

Port Angeles’ Mikkiah Brady is a big part of the Roughriders’ solid start to the season, with two straight league wins last week to have… Continue reading

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates get on winning track

The Peninsula College women have had a rough start to their season, but they had a decent week, beating S. Puget Sound… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles gymnastics third at Sehome meet

The Port Angeles gymnastics squad placed third out of five schools at the Sehome Invitational in Bellingham. Schools competing at the event were… Continue reading