PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Port Townsend earns first victory, Neah Bay beats Lummi and Crescent wins

Port Townsend raced out to a 30-7 halftime lead and withstood a 20-point… Continue reading

 

PREP FOOTBALL: Riders buried early by 1A power Montesano

The Port Angeles Roughriders made some huge plays, especially in the second half, but they dug themselves a big hole with too… Continue reading

 

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles swims past Sequim

Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES – Port Angeles swam past rival Sequim 117-62 in a girls swim meet Thursday at William Shore Memorial Pool. The… Continue reading

 

PREP FOOTBALL: Wolves send North Mason packing in shutout

Sequim clicked in all three aspects of the game in Friday’s 20-0 homecoming win, which doubled as a showdown for first place in… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL UPDATE: Sequim shuts out North Mason; Neah Bay beats Lummi; Port Townsend and Crescent earn wins

Sequim’s defense stopped North Mason on three trips inside the Wolves’ 20-yard line, Taig Wiker ran for 140 yards and a touchdown and… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PICKS: Port Angeles will get a view of the road not taken

The “What May Have Been Bowl” kicks off tonight as the perennial Class 1A powerhouse Montesano Bulldogs and former Forks head coach… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Harvest reductions likely with new salmon accord

REDUCTIONS IN SALMON harvest, particularly chinook, would impact much of the Pacific Coast if the Pacific Salmon Commission’s new conservation plan is adopted by U.S.… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Townsend boys cross country races to win

Junior Nathan Cantrell and senior Gabe Petrick finished first and second individually to lead the Port Townsend boys cross country team to… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Peninsula women’s soccer wins, set up first-place showdown Saturday; Sequim’s Cowan recognized by WIAA

Fueled by a goal scored just 47 seconds into Wednesday’s NWAC North Region contest with Whatcom… Continue reading

ENDURANCE SPORTS: Big Hurt brings the pain

The Big Hurt, a four-course meal of daunting athletic challenges, is back to test the endurance of individuals… Continue reading

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PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles volleyball a set away from first win

Port Angeles lost a heartbreaker of an Olympic League volleyball match 3-2 (23-25,… Continue reading

PREP SOFTBALL: Jefferson County rivals Chimacum and Port Townsend to combine on diamond this spring

A season removed from a district championship and state tournament appearance, Chimacum will field a softball team this spring with a little help… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim, Port Angeles tennis squads win … and volleyball results

The Port Angeles boys tennis team picked up an Olympic League win with a convincing 6-1 win over the Olympic Trojans. The… Continue reading

GOLF: Cedars at Dungeness back in full swing after cart shed fire

Golf claps all around for SkyRidge Golf Course in Sequim and Peninsula Golf Club in Port Angeles… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL COLUMN: Sugar huddle, special teams sweet for Sequim in surprise win

THE BIGGEST SURPRISE in years on the North Olympic Peninsula gridiron occurred Friday night when Sequim was special all over the field, but primarily on… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Riley Cowan, Sequim quarterback

Sequim quarterback/punter/kicker Riley Cowan had a week to remember. First of all, Cowan broke the all-time Sequim passing touchdown record with a 26-yard strike to… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Pirate men, women sweep in a pair of shutouts

The Peninsula men and women soccer squads not only swept visiting teams from Skagit Valley, they both shut out the Cardinals. The… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim volleyball remains unbeaten; Chimacum soccer wins

The Sequim Wolves remained undefeated in volleyball with a pair of wins this past week, including one match against Blaine that went to… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: 2B Lyle-Wishram runs past Crescent

Going up against a tough 2B school from south-central Washington, the Crescent Loggers had trouble handling a star running back and lost 60-0.… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim stuns No. 9 North Kitsap

Sequim quarterback Riley Cowan has shown he can beat teams offensively with his arm, but it was his right foot that did the… Continue reading