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AREA SPORTS BRIEF: Volleyball players honored by state coaches; Storm King girls win league title; Twisters gymnasts flip

Sequim’s Tayler Breckinridge was named as an honorable mention to the Class 2A All-State Volleyball Team by… Continue reading

GIRLS HOOPS ROUNDUP: Sequim’s Julmist posts triple-double in Wolves’ rout of Bremerton

Jayla Julmist posted a triple-double as the Sequim girls basketball team continued its hot… Continue reading

All-PENINSULA MVP GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY: Port Angeles super-soph Lauren Larson

Port Angeles distance and cross-country runner Lauren Larson made a big change in her routine last summer. Larson had a very successful… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Daniel Basden, Port Angeles wrestling

Port Angeles wrestler Daniel Basden is off to a fantastic start for the Roughriders. Basden, wrestling at 126 pounds, is 9-1 on the season, with… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA MVP BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: Sequim’s Murray Bingham giving it his all his senior year

After being the top Class 2A boys’ runner at the Salt Creek Invitational to begin this year’s cross-country season, Sequim’s Murray Bingham said… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s Samantha Guzman, left and Halle Watson.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula’s Guzman, Watson honored by the NJCAA

Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES – Two members of the Peninsula women’s soccer team back line received the highest honors this week from the National… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s Samantha Guzman, left and Halle Watson.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula women split; men lose in OT

The Peninsula women split a pair of games this weekend at the Pierce College Tournament, losing only their second game of the year… Continue reading

PREP WRESTLING: Forks third at Granger meet

Forks’ Luke Dahlgren and Colby Demorest each won their weight divisions as the Spartans came in third out of 18 schools at the… Continue reading

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                                Port Angeles’ Cameron Butler earned two state-qualifying times in the Riders’ season-opening swim meet against North Kitsap.

BOYS SWIMMING: Port Angeles’ Butler qualifies for two state events in season-opening meet

The Port Angeles swim team got two first places from Cameron Butler and a first from its 400 freestyle relay… Continue reading

Patty Reifenstahl
                                Port Angeles’ Cameron Butler earned two state-qualifying times in the Riders’ season-opening swim meet against North Kitsap.

PREP WRESTLING: Peninsula grapplers take to the mat; Forks will be strong again, other teams rising

The North Olympic Peninsula is a hotbed of wrestling, with one juggernaut in Forks, rising programs in Port Angeles and Port Townsend… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Jayla Julmist, Sequim girls’ basketball

Sequim’s Jayla Julmist is a new face on the varsity sports scene and she made a splash on the hardcourt right off the bat, with… Continue reading

WRESTLING: Forks second at Patriot Dome Classic

Forks came in second as a team, losing only to 3A Lincoln at the Patriot Dome… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men fall to Portland in overtime; beat Tacoma on Saturday

The Peninsula basketball men have been close in almost all of their games this year, but unfortunately, they are having trouble closing… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula women beat Centralia on late basket

Peninsula’s Kameron Bowen scored a bucket with three seconds left to give the women’s basketball team a come-from-behind road win 56-55 against Centralia.… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Gina McCaulley, Peninsula College women’s basketball

It’s difficult for almost every prep athlete to make the gigantic leap to college sports. It’s even more difficult for an athlete coming from a… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Townsend snow sports program slated

The Kiwanis Club of Port Townsend is sponsoring the annual snow sports program at Stevens Pass Ski Area beginning in January. The… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Quilcene’s dream season ends at the hands of Odessa

Quilcene’s dream season came to an end this weekend as the Rangers fell in the State 1B Football semifinals to a very powerful… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men come up short at Skagit tourney

The Peninsula basketball men had a 10-point second half lead Sunday, but weren’t able to hold it, falling 71-66 to Tacoma at… Continue reading

STATE 1B FOOTBALL: Quilcene digs out of big hole to win 54-50

The Quilcene football boys fell behind by 22 points, but their defense clamped down in the second half and they roared back behind… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula women go to 2-0 to begin season

The fourth quarter is the Peninsula women’s quarter so far this young season. The Peninsula basketball women moved to 2-0 on Saturday,… Continue reading