Pierre LaBossiere

GIRLS SWIMMING: Port Angeles swimmers win district, off to state meet

For the second straight year and the fourth time in six years, the Port Angeles girls swim team won the West Central District… Continue reading

GIRLS SOCCER: Underdog Roughriders boot their way to state for second straight year

The Port Angeles girls apparently love it on the road and love being underdogs. For the second straight year, the Port Angeles soccer… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEF: Turkey Trot set for Nov. 18

The sixth annual Turkey Trot and 1 mile kids’ dash will take place Nov. 18 on the Larry Scott Trail in Port… Continue reading

SPORTS SHOTS: Forks Cross Country, Port Angeles swimming

The Forks girls cross country team proudly poses after finishing 11th in the 1A state cross country meet this weekend. The Port Angeles girls swim… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim hangs with Fife through three quarters; Forks falls in district playoff

Sequim hung with powerhouse Fife into the second quarter, but in the end, the Trojans had too… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles girls soccer punches ticket to state

Editors Note: Port Angeles defeated Lindbergh 3-1 Saturday evening at Franklin Pierce High School to advance to the Class 2A state soccer tournament for the… Continue reading

STATE CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHPS: Port Angeles girls 9th, Forks girls 11th

The Port Angeles girls finished ninth as a team at the Class 2A state cross country championships… Continue reading

MEN’S SOCCER: Shorthanded Pirates shut out in playoffs

In the end, the match came down to a crossbar and a ball that trickled inches over the goal line. Wednesday’s Northwest… Continue reading

PREP TENNIS: Sequim duo of Wiker and Hughes qualify for state tournament

The Sequim boys’ tennis duo of Blake Wiker and Thomas Hughes won four out of five matches at the West… Continue reading

VOLLEYBALL: Quilcene qualifies for state 1B tourney; Neah Bay, Clallam Bay still alive at district

Quilcene beat Neah Bay 3-0 in the 1B Tri-District Tournament to qualify for the State 1B Tournament to be held Nov. 9 at… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Riders’ soccer falls to No. 1 White River; Quilcene sets location for football playoff

The Port Angeles girls soccer team went up against the No. 1-ranked 2A soccer team in the state in its second-round West Central… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Sierra Robinson, Port Angeles soccer

Port Angeles soccer player Sierra Robinson has had an eventful three weeks. First, she scored a hat trick against Kingston on Oct. 10 in a… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: OPRA a gold, two silvers at American Lake; Crescent playoff game canceled

Eighteen Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association members competed in the American Lake Classic in Lakewood last week. Hosted by Commencement Bay Rowing Club, the 5K head… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Defense, special teams lead the way in Rangers win

Last week, the Rangers scored six touchdowns on their first six offensive plays. This week, Quilcene, ranked in the top five by both… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles soccer girls win playoff opener; 5 Port Townsend harriers qualify for state

The Port Angeles girls bounced back from a pair of regular season-ending losses in fine form, winning their West Central District playoff opener… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula women shatter NWAC scoring record

After struggling a bit during their past three games, the undefeated Pirate women set a new all-time goals scored record for the… Continue reading

CROSS COUNTRY: Port Angeles girls win district; Forks girls third, Sequim boys third

The Port Angeles cross country girls, with three runners in the top nine slots, won the West Central District Westside Classic to… Continue reading

PREP SWIMMING: Three more Riders qualify for state meet

Three more Port Angeles swimmers and divers qualified for state swim meet at the Olympic League Divisional Invitational. Qualifying for state Tuesday… Continue reading

MEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula College men lose heartbreaker to Whatcom in final minutes

The Peninsula men’s soccer team had an epic match with titanic swings of momentum back and forth against North Division winner Whatcom,… Continue reading

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula hangs on late to beat Whatcom

Late-game heroics by Whatcom had the Peninsula College women’s soccer team breathing a big sigh of relief after a close win over… Continue reading