DISTRICT SOFTBALL: Forks stays alive by splitting pair against Castle Rock and La Center

Forks split a pair of games at the Class 1A Southwest District 4 softball tournament at Centralia’s Borst Park, falling to TriCo League… Continue reading

DISTRICT SOFTBALL: Port Angeles’ Robinson a senior standout

As far as dilemmas go, the one facing Port Angeles senior center fielder Sierra (CC) Robinson is relatively minor. With the Roughriders softball… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Halibut in hiding during opening weekend

THE EFFORT CERTAINLY wasn’t lacking for halibut anglers off the coast and along the Strait of Juan de Fuca last Friday and Sunday, during the… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Sequim boys soccer runs out of steam in state loss; five more area golfers advance to state tournaments

Sequim’s Class 2A state boys soccer tournament experience ended with a 7-1 loss to Toppenish, five of those goals coming in the final… Continue reading

PREP SOFTBALL: Playoff-bound Riders tune up, but fall short in finale

Port Angeles played 3A Gig Harbor tough in their final regular-season game of the year in a tune-up for the district softball… Continue reading

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AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles softball, Chimacum tennis academic champs

The Port Angeles softball team and the Chimacum boys tennis team have won Washington Interscholastic Activities Association academic… Continue reading

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GOLF COLUMN: Spring Shotgun set at Peninsula Golf Club

THE EMERALD GEM atop the hill, Peninsula Golf Club in Port Angeles, will host its 57th annual Spring Shotgun event Friday and Saturday, May 26-27.… Continue reading

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Miriam Wonderly, Hannah Olson, Athletes of the Week

Clallam Bay’s Miriam Wonderly and Hannah Olson had pair of spectacular North Olympic League meets last week, combining to win 10 individual and relay events.… Continue reading

PENINSULA COLLEGE: PC to induct four individuals, team into Hall of Fame

Peninsula College will induct Mark Amaral, Curt Bagby, Kent Brauninger and the late William Quenette, as well as the 1999-2000 men’s basketball… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula signs PA’s Edwards, Neah Bay’s McCaulley

Neah Bay guard Gina McCaulley and Port Angeles post Devin Edwards signed letters of intent to play for the Peninsula College Pirates… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL: Riders win on a walk-off, finish third at district

The Port Angeles baseball boys bounced back from a bad loss in the West Central District 3 semifinals to rally in the bottom… Continue reading

OLYMPIC 2A TRACK AND FIELD: Roughriders girls win league meet, Sequim boys second

The Port Angeles girls, deep in the middle- and long-distance events, won the Olympic League 2A Subdistrict track and field meet, while the… Continue reading

PREP TRACK: Wonderly, Olson lead Clallam Bay girls to title; Neah Bay boys win

The Neah Bay boys and Clallam Bay girls won the North Olympic League Sub-District track and field titles on Thursday. The Bruins were… Continue reading

PREP SOCCER: Sequim scores in finals minutes to qualify for state 2A tourney

Sequim survived the consolation bracket and advanced to the Class 2A boys soccer state tournament for the first time since 2010 with a… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL: Riders lose in district semis; state tourney berth unaffected

The third time, Port Angeles and North Kitsap’s third meeting of the season, was decidedly not the charm for the Roughriders in a… Continue reading

PREP TENNIS: Sequim doubles duo advances to league championship

Sequim’s No. 1 doubles duo of Jessica Dietzman and Kalli Wiker advanced to today’s Olympic League Girls Tennis Championship doubles… Continue reading

PREP SOFTBALL: Port Angeles rolls past Kingston 13-0 on senior night

Coming off a loss that snapped a 14-game winning streak, the Olympic League 2A Division champion Port Angeles softball team was all… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Quilcene baseball stays alive on extra-innings walk-off home run

The Quilcene Rangers baseball team won in about the most dramatic fashion possible to keep its season… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Halibut season opens Friday; Kid’s Fishing Day in Sequim is May 19

THE FLATFISH GOLD rush begins Friday, the opening day of halibut season off the coast, along the Strait of Juan de Fuca and in much… Continue reading

PREP SOCCER: Young Forks ousted in overtime, but future is bright for Spartans

Forks’ breakthrough boys soccer season came to a sudden conclusion in a 3-2 overtime loss to Columbia (White Salmon) in the Southwest District… Continue reading