PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Riders blitzed by defending 2A champion Foss; Lindbergh next

Going up against the defending 2A state champions, the Port Angeles boys rallied in the third quarter, making a powerful Foss team a… Continue reading

BOYS SWIMMING: Riders qualify for state in five events

The Port Angeles boys swim team qualified in two more events at the state swim meet during the West Central District III meet… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula teams swept by Everett

The Peninsula men and women were swept by Everett on the road . The men lost 87-84,… Continue reading

DISTRICT BASKETBALL: Forks boys comeback bid stopped just shy in loss to Seton Catholic

Forks made a valiant comeback from an 18-point first-half deficit to tie the game late, but a 3-point basket by Hunter Demsky with… Continue reading

PREP WRESTLING: Forks grapplers have 11 wrestlers in regional finals; Sequim’s Pierson wins regional title

Forks has 11 wrestlers who wrestled for Region 1 championships on Saturday. Results of the championship bouts were not known before press deadline.… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Riders’ stifling defense shuts down Foster in WCD playoff

Port Angeles stifled Foster with its defense, earning a third straight trip to the state regional round of 16, en route to… Continue reading

DISTRICT BASKETBALL UPDATE: Port Angeles boys, Quilcene girls win, Chimacum girls, Sequim boys fall

Chimacum fell to Charles Wright 41-27 in a Nisqually-Olympic League loser-out pigtail girls basketball playoff contest Thursday. The Tarriers ran out to a… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Edwards equals effort for Port Angeles boys and girls basketball teams

Port Angeles senior post Devin Edwards and her younger brother, Garrett Edwards, have grown into complete players while filling similar roles for… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Roughrider swimmers on to district meet; Peninsula men hang on for win

The Peninsula College men’s basketball team hung on and held off Shoreline 70-69 in an… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: State seeks testers for new fishing app; halibut catch record card passes state senate

IT DOESN’T PROVIDE anglers the ability to immediately report their catch totals, a function fishermen have been angling for for years, but the state Department… Continue reading

<strong>Lonnie Archibald</strong>/for Peninsula Daily News
                                Kasey Ulin, Forks player from 1996 to 2000 and now the head coach at Port Angeles High School, accepts his plaque as a member of the Forks athletics Hall of Fame on Friday.

PREP SPORTS: Forks’ Kasey Ulin inducted into school’s athletics Hall of Fame

Kasey Ulin went a long way away. But, he made a short trip back to receive an honor as a member of the… Continue reading

<strong>Lonnie Archibald</strong>/for Peninsula Daily News
                                Kasey Ulin, Forks player from 1996 to 2000 and now the head coach at Port Angeles High School, accepts his plaque as a member of the Forks athletics Hall of Fame on Friday.

PREP BASKETBALL: Clallam Bay girls head into playoffs on seven-game winning streak

The Clallam Bay basketball girls wrapped up their regular season on a seven-game winning streak, crushing Chief Kitsap in their finale 82-12.… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Quilcene girls stay alive in postseason

In a do-or-die situation in the Sea-Tac 1B Basketball Tournament, the Quilcene girls took care of business, walloping Pope John Paul II 48-9… Continue reading

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Port Townsend’s Jaz Apker-Montoya and Clallam Bay’s Ryan McCoy

It appeared that Jaz Apker-Montoya’s season for the Port Townsend girls basketball team could have ended last month when she sustained a concussion. She missed… Continue reading

Pierre LaBossiere Column: Here’s your North Olympic Peninsula hoops playoff primer

(Editors Note: Updated information for the Neah Bay basketball boys has been included) Now the real fun begins. Basketball playoff season. When the games get… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School graduate Cole Uvila pitching for Georgia Gwinnett College.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Quilcene girls lose in OT; PA’s Uvila earns college honor

The Quilcene girls lost their Sea-Tac 1B tournament opener 55-49 in overtime to Northwest Yeshiva, putting… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School graduate Cole Uvila pitching for Georgia Gwinnett College.

PREP HOOPS: Port Townsend boys win Olympic 1A title

The Port Townsend boys had to go on the road to try and win a Olympic League 1A Division championship and overcame 10… Continue reading

WRESTLING: PA sends 12 to regionals; Forks dominates subregionals

Port Angeles wrestlers came in third at the Olympic League 2A Subregionals this weekend, sending a total of 12 wrestlers to regionals at… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Olympic League 2A champs Port Angeles girls vanquish North Kitsap, grab No. 1 playoff seed

Port Angeles led from the start and earned the Olympic League 2A Division’s No. 1 seed to the Class 2A West Central District… Continue reading

BOYS HOOPS: Spartans soar on senior night; McCoy scores 42 of team’s 46 in Clallam Bay win

Forks wrapped up a solid regular season, getting a balanced effort with four players scoring in double figures and nine players scoring at… Continue reading