STATE FOOTBALL: Quilcene’s Holdem Elkins knows when to throw

Trusting in the arm of quarterback Holdem Elkins and a deep crop of talented backs and receivers has never been a gamble for… Continue reading


WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Peninsula College more talented but less experienced

The Peninsula College women’s basketball team is making a nearly complete fresh start, having players come from far and wide, literally from… Continue reading


OUTDOORS: WDFW budget woes could be forestalled in future

WITH A $31 million funding gap looming for the upcoming 2019-21 budget biennieum, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife has submitted a budget to… Continue reading


FOOTBALL: Sequim’s Riley Cowan is Olympic League 2A MVP; Wolves, Riders represented on All-League team

Record-setting Sequim senior quarterback Riley Cowan was selected as The Olympic League 2A Division Football MVP in All-League team voting conducted by league… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: After last year’s heartbreak, Pirates take care of business this season

The Peninsula College women’s soccer sophomores remembered too well the sting of losing in the NWAC championship in 2017 after a record-breaking… Continue reading

FOOTBALL: Port Townsend, Chimacum players make Nisqually/Olympic All-League team

Chimacum junior Jacob Williamson is a two-way first-team All-Nisqually/Olympic League football selection along the offensive and defensive lines, headlining a crop of Cowboys… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: State football schedule information; Volleyball tryouts Sunday in PA; Green and White Day on Nov. 24

Quilcene, Neah Bay and Crescent all learned Sunday who they are playing in the state 1B football playoffs. Now they… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Billy Parkin III, Neah Bay football

Billy Parkin III had the game of his life against Tacoma Baptist Friday as the Red Devils won 56-30 in the Quad-District playoffs. Parkin was… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula women back where they belong; NWAC champs again

Going up against a team that had given up just one goal during the entire league season, the Peninsula women left their opponent… Continue reading

1B QUAD-DISTRICT PLAYOFFS: Crescent beats Lummi for first 1B state berth since 1996

For the first time in 22 years, the Crescent Loggers are in the state 1B football playoffs. The Loggers shocked Lummi, and perhaps… Continue reading

STATE 1B FOOTBALL: Seeding set for state playoffs; three area teams among top 8

Quilcene, Neah Bay and Crescent will all be playing schools from eastern Washington in the first round of the Class 1B state football… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Crescent beats Lummi, earns state berth

Crescent football qualified for its first berth in the Class 1B State Football Playoffs since the Loggers won the 1996 Kingbowl with a… Continue reading

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula outlasts Highline, on to Sunday’s title match

On Thursday night, the Peninsula soccer women went out together to CenturyLink Field to watch arguably one… Continue reading

QUAD-DISTRICT FOOTBALL: Billy Parkin runs wild, Neah Bay heading back to state tournament

Neah Bay’s Billy Parkin III is sure to be sore this week, but he probably doesn’t mind.… Continue reading

QUAD-DISTRICT FOOTBALL: Quilcene thumps Darrington, punches ticket to state

Quilcene showed no signs of rust after a lengthy layoff, putting up 38 first-quarter points in a… Continue reading

STATE ROUNDUP: Port Angeles, Sequim swimmers place at state; Neah Bay 1-2 at 1B volleyball

Both Port Angeles and Sequim placed several swimmers at the Class 2A Swim and Dive State Championships held at… Continue reading

STATE FOOTBALL: Loaded Steilacoom too much for Sequim to handle

Sequim’s heart was no match for Steilacoom’s multi-faceted athletic ability as the Sentinels ousted Sequim from the… Continue reading

PLAYOFF FOOTBALL: Doubleheader at Silverdale Stadium Friday night

It’s a North Olympic Peninsula takeover tonight at Silverdale Stadium when Quilcene and Sequim co-host a doubleheader of playoff football. The Class 1B… Continue reading

STATE SOCCER: Sequim’s Cinderella run ends in penalty-kick shootout

Sequim’s girls soccer saw its postseason run end by the slimmest of margins Wednesday night at… Continue reading

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula College in rare position as the underdog

An upset-minded Peninsula College women’s soccer team is not something head coach Kanyon Anderson has much experience with in his tenure as the… Continue reading