Lauren Larson

CROSS COUNTRY: Larson breaks Port Angeles 5K record

Port Angeles’ Lauren Larson set a school record in the 5,000-meter cross-country, coming in second out of 275 runners at the Nike Hole… Continue reading

Lauren Larson

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks spikers roar back from 2-0 hole; Sequim, PA soccer win

The Spartans roared back from a 2-0 hole in a 229-point marathon to beat Montesano 3-2 (21-25, 25-27, 26-24, 28-26, 15-12) to remain… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Sequim, PA both win on the road; Forks crushes Tenino

The Wolves didn’t even let a traffic accident rattle them as they got 262 yards rushing, two touchdowns and two interceptions on defense… Continue reading

FRIDAY’S PREP SCORES: Port Angeles, Sequim both win on the road

The Port Angeles Roughriders shocked Bremerton on the road 28-9 Friday night, while Sequim maintained its hold on first place with an identical 28-9 score… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles, Sequim harriers dominate

The Port Angeles girls cross country team dominated at a three-way meet with Kingston and North Mason, picking up seven out of the… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PICKS: Sequim faces huge road challenge against Olympic

Sequim (3-0, 5-0) can go a long way toward sewing up the Olympic League 2A Division title tonight at Silverdale Stadium if the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Winter crab opening Saturday

Crabbers, start your pots. Much of the Strait of Juan de Fuca will be opened to crabbing beginning Saturday, the state Department of… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: PC men, women shut out Skagit; Huge game Saturday for men

The Peninsula women and men got their long homestand off to a solid start, each pitching… Continue reading

PREP SOCCER: Gutty Wolves, 0-6 in league, stun Roughriders

The Roughrider soccer girls learned a painful and valuable lesson to never put too much stock in a win-loss record. The Roughriders… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim volleyball keeps rolling

The Sequim volleyball girls took care of business against Port Angeles, winning 3-0 (25-18, 25-10, 25-21) to maintain a tight hold on… Continue reading

OUTDOORS BRIEF: Winter crabbing opens Saturday on Peninsula

Much of the Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca will reopen for recreational crab fishing Saturday,… Continue reading

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Miranda Tyree, Clallam Bay and Noa Montoya, Port Townsend

Miranda Tyree made history for the Clallam Bay football team this weekend, scoring a two-point conversion for the Bruins in their game against Crescent. That… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Bruins back on the gridiron; Quilcene outlasts Tacoma Baptist

Clallam Bay got itself a football team and Crescent managed to get two wins in one week. The Loggers beat the Bruins 66-19… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks girls win Toutle Lake XC race; PT’s Cantrell wins at Twilight

With three runners in the top 11 and five in the top 20, the Forks girls won the Toutle Lake Invitational cross-country… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men, women sweep Everett on the road

The Peninsula College men and women’s soccer squads both got off to solid starts in the first half in winning a pair of… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Redhawks steamroll Vashon; Sequim and Neah Bay win

Noa Montoya tossed three touchdowns to Dylan Tracer and ran for two other scores as Port Townsend put a solid hurtin’ on… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Turnovers doom Riders against Olympic

Let’s hope Saturday night’s dance went better for the Port Angeles Roughriders than Friday’s homecoming football game. The Riders again made things… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks volleyball wins league opener; PA soccer beats first-place Olympic

Forks swept past Tenino 25-22, 25-16, 25-13 in its Evergreen League volleyball opener. “It was awesome to get our first league win in,”… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL UPDATE: Port Townsend pounds Vashon; Wiker gets 100th win at Sequim; Olympic blows out Port Angeles

Noa Montoya tossed three touchdowns to Dylan Tracer and ran in two more scores as Port Townsend put a solid hurtin’ on… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Time to forage for fungi

A RAINY SEPTEMBER has produced prime fungi-growing conditions on the West End and in eastern Jefferson County areas of Olympic National Forest. I’ve got a… Continue reading