SPORTS BRIEF: Reunion Saturday for 1950s-1980s Port Angeles fastpitch players

The Lower Elwha Tribe is hosting a reunion for Port Angeles fast pitch players from the 1950s through the… Continue reading

  • Oct 14, 2018

PREP VOLLEYBALL: Sequim pushes No. 1-ranked North Kitsap to the limit

In their last regular-season meeting with North Kitsap, the Wolves got down big early, but then gave the unbeaten Vikings, ranked No. 1… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Late goal gives Sequim revenge on North Kitsap

Sequim got a late goal from Daisy Ryan and held on to beat Olympic League 2A Division power North Kitsap 1-0 to stay… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim claims league title and Rainshadow Rumble with win over Port Angeles

Sequim senior lineman Johnnie Young repeated a mantra as he marched along the sideline before the opening kickoff in Friday’s Rainshadow Rumble. “This… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Chimacum upended at home; Port Townsend and Forks win nonleague games

Turnovers and a potential touchdown ruled incomplete out of bounds were the difference as Chimacum fell 28-22 to Bellevue Christian in the Cowboys’… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Riders’ runners triumph

Port Angeles boys and girls cross country runners chased down Olympic League meet victories over North Kitsap at Olympic at the Kitsap County… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL UPDATE: Sequim stomps Port Angeles to claim Olympic League championship, Rainshadow Rumble rivalry game

Sequim sealed the Olympic League 2A Division championship and blew out rival Port Angeles 46-6 in the Rainshadow Rumble football game on Friday… Continue reading

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula erupts for 13 goals, drill second-place Edmonds

Peninsula women’s soccer coach Kanyon Anderson wasn’t happy with his team’s lack of goal-scoring after a 2-0 win over Whatcom last week… Continue reading

MEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula earns hard-fought win

The Peninsula men’s soccer team scored two goals within 90 seconds in the first half, including a goal on an absolutely spectacular… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Low flows could delay Dungeness River coho fishery

NO NEWS WILL be good news for anglers looking to drop a line in the Dungeness River for the scheduled fall hatchery coho fishery Tuesday.… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PICKS: Olympic League title on the line in Rainshadow Rumble

An Olympic League 2A Division championship is on the line when Port Angeles visits Sequim in the Rainshadow Rumble tonight at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Razor clam digs on tap Thursday night

THE FIRST RAZOR clam digs of the fall season will get underway tonight and continue through Saturday night at three ocean beaches. Diggers can pick… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles clips Klahowya on late goal

The Port Angeles Roughriders girls soccer team continued their run of good results against state-ranked teams,… Continue reading

Area Sports Briefs: Sequim Youth Basketball sets dates for boys and girls tryouts; basketball officials needed

Seasons for SYB (Sequim Youth Basketball) Select teams start with tryout dates in mid-October. Team organizers would… Continue reading

GOLF: Peninsula’s Chad Wagner joins PGA elite

Peninsula Golf Club’s Chad Wagner is officially a Class A PGA member after wrapping up the PGA Professional Golf Management Program last month. “It took… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: AAU girls basketball tryouts set Wednesday; registration open for co-ed volleyball league

The city of Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department is taking registrations for a co-ed volleyball… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Taig Wiker, Sequim running back and safety

Taig Wiker had a monster game to help undefeated Sequim fend off Olympic last week to remain in first place in the Olympic League 2A… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Quilcene remains undefeated; one bad quarter dooms Redhawks

Quarterback Holdem Elkins put in his best game of the year, throwing for 232 yards and four touchowns as the Rangers took the… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Men rally to tie Whatcom; Women extend scoreless streak to 426 minutes

For the fourth time in the span of a year, the Pirates left a battle with Whatcom on the soccer pitch all… Continue reading