Pierre LaBossiere

SPORTS: Port Angeles High School Roughrider Hall of Fame announces first class

Reaching back through several decades of sports history on the North Olympic Peninsula, a distinguished club of 17 athletes, broadcasters and coaches… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Riley Cowan, Sequim quarterback

Riley Cowan had a huge game in the Rainshadow Rumble this weekend. As the Port Angeles defense keyed on all-league player Gavin Velarde and was… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Men in rubber match with tough Whatcom, women seek to break NWAC scoring record

The Peninsula Soccer men get one more crack at home today at what has turned into their biggest nemesis of the season,… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Quilcene seizes Sea-Tac 1B crown, beats Evergreen Lutheran 68-22

The Quilcene Rangers locked up a Sea-Tac 1B championship, remaining undefeated by scoring touchdowns on their first six plays en route to a… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim flips script, grinds out win over Port Angeles

Sequim has a reputation as a big-play offense, but the Wolves used a grinding ground game… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Sequim spikers sweep rival Port Angeles

The Sequim volleyball team locked up a postseason berth with a 3-0 (25-12, 25-7, 25-22) rivalry sweep of Port… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Men, women both beat Skagit; men have another battle looming against Whatcom

The Peninsula College soccer men got a hat trick from Cesar Gervacio as he took over the Northwest Conference lead in goals… Continue reading

CROSS COUNTRY: Port Angeles and Forks girls win league titles

The Port Angeles girls got some crucial contributions from their younger runners and the Forks girls completely… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Sequim girls soccer stymied in another close contest

Sequim played second-place North Kitsap tough and got another great performance from goalkeeper Claire Henninger, who had… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Enid Ensastegui, Forks cross-country

Forks’ Enid Ensastegui had a pretty successful cross-country season in 2016. She won a race and finished second twice. Her 2017 season, however, has been… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: PC women win North title; men remain unbeaten in league

The Peninsula College soccer women won their seventh straight North Division title with four league games left in the season, staying perfect… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Neah Bay fires on all cylinders in 58-0 win

After getting off to a slow start this season with a lot of newcomers, the Neah Bay Red Devils had their biggest… Continue reading

LEFTIES: New head coach hired for 2018 season

The Port Angeles Lefties announced the hiring of Skagit Valley College assistant coach Darren Westergard as their new head coach. Westergard has… Continue reading

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK, Quilcene’s Andy Johnston, Crescent’s Noah Leonard

This week we have two athletes of the week, both from eight-man football. Andy Johnston, Quilcene Quilcene’s Andy Johnston had an incredible game for the… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: PA tennis wins to stay in third, Clallam 4-H shooters win, White Crane instructors bone up

Port Angeles maintained its third-place position in the Olympic League with a 7-0 win over Chimacum. “The Roughriders played with terrific confidence today… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Quilcene repels the Crusaders 66-26

The Rangers blew up for 42 points in the second quarter and announced to the 1B division that they are not a team… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: OPRA juniors dominate in Idaho, Crab Fest winners announced

Fifteen Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association athletes traveled to Priest River in northern Idaho for the Head of the Pend Oreille Regatta… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Loggers’ Leonard goes for 221 yards; Velarde scores 4 TDs for Sequim

Noah Leonard had another huge game, with 221 yards rushing and three touchdowns and the Loggers rolled to a 68-27 win over… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men tie Whatcom for second time; women have outscored North opponents 87-1

For the second time this season, the Peninsula soccer men came away with a draw with a tough, unbeaten Whatcom squad. The Pirates… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: PA x-country girls second at Hole in the Wall

The Port Angeles girls had a great cross country meet at the Hole-in-The-Wall Invite, coming in second place as a team out of… Continue reading