OUTDOORS: Wentworth Lake access not coming back soon

EARLY LAST YEAR, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife floated a proposal to purchase a parcel of land that would restore recreational fishing access… Continue reading


PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles girls tennis swings past Klahowya

Port Angeles won six of seven matches to claim an Olympic League girls tennis match at home against Klahowya on Tuesday. The… Continue reading


COLLEGE SPORTS: Port Angeles’ Long signs to run for Corban University

They didn’t talk about how great of a distance runner she is; in fact her athletic accomplishments were mentioned mostly in passing.… Continue reading


PREP ROUNDUP: PA soccer wins first league game; Sequim in first place after win

Port Angeles won its first Olympic League 2A Division boys soccer match, beating Bremerton 3-2 at Civic Field. The Roughriders got a… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES TRACK INVITE: PA girls tie for first; Sequim boys second

The Port Angeles track and field girls tied for first place at the Port Angeles Invitational, while the Sequim boys finished a… Continue reading

GOLF: Blind golfer hits it deep at long-drive contest

A ROUND OF hearty golf claps are in order for Sequim golfer Scott Aughtry after Aughtry placed fifth overall with a best drive of 321… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEF: Sequim fifth-grade boys second at state basketball championships

The Sequim fifth-grade select basketball team came in second in its division this weekend at the Washington Middle School Basketball Championships. Sequim’s record… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Hayuk Minano, Sequim soccer

Hayuk Minano has been a welcome newcomer for the undefeated Sequim boys’ soccer team. Minano is an exchange student from Spain playing for the Wolves… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Natalie Steinman, Port Angeles softball

The Roughriders’ Natalie Steinman, coming off a monster year for the Port Angeles girls softball team in 2017 when she was a junior, showed that… Continue reading

NWAC CHAMPIONSHIP: Peninsula loses heartbreaker in overtime

The Peninsula College men lost a heartbreaker in the NWAC Championship on Sunday, going to overtime before falling to North Idaho 90-83. “The… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles trio pitches Riders baseball to win

The Port Angeles baseball boys got a great pitching performance from the trio of Colton McGuffey, Brody Merritt and Brady Shimko and… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks soccer beats Bremerton to go to 3-0 on season

After three games this season, the Forks soccer boys are not only undefeated, they have yet to give up a goal. In fact,… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men beat Linn-Benton 89-75; in NWAC championship Sunday

The Peninsula College men are playing for the NWAC championship today. The men blew open a back-and-forth close game with Linn-Benton on Saturday,… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Ocean salmon fishing options presented to public

OCEAN-GOING ANGLERS take note: salmon seasons will be reduced this summer. That’s the takeaway from the options developed by salmon managers for ocean salmon fisheries… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula hitting the jackpot with Las Vegas guard Colby Jackson

The happiness, as evidenced by the mile-wide smile on his face, was real, even if Peninsula College sophomore Colby Jackson’s preference would have… Continue reading

PREP SOCCER: Port Angeles boys overcome rain, Port Townsend

Port Angeles moved to 2-0 on the season, scoring four goals in the second half to pull away from Port Townsend 6-2… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Canada contemplating recreational fishing ban along its side of Strait of Juan de Fuca to protect chinook

DESIGNED TO PROTECT resident killer whales, Fisheries and Oceans Canada has proposed either an all-fin ban or a salmon ban for sports fishing in Canadian… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL: Sequim wild on basepaths in season-opening win

Freshman Michael Young made his debut for the Sequim baseball team and immediately made a big impact both at the plate and on… Continue reading

Participants compete at the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association held its first Ergometer Regatta at the Landing Mall late last month.

SPORTS BRIEFS: McCaulley, Meek to play in All-State game

The North Olympic Peninsula will be well-represented at the Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association (WSGBCA) Senior All-Star Games on… Continue reading

Participants compete at the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association held its first Ergometer Regatta at the Landing Mall late last month.