PREP ROUNDUP: Quilcene softball clinches eighth straight league title

The Quilcene Rangers wrapped up their eighth straight SeaTac 1B softball championship, rolling for… Continue reading

FORKS SOCCER TIME CHANGE: Spartans will play playoff match at 4 p.m. today

The time for a Forks playoff soccer match today against Columbia-White Salmon has been changed. The match will be played at 4 p.m. at Forks.… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Storm King Soccer Tryouts, MayDay Tourney results

Storm King Soccer Club will hold tryouts for the fall 2018 select season on May 19-20 at Agnew Fields.… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Ryan Tolberd, Sequim soccer

Sequim’s Ryan Tolberd is one the reasons for the Wolves’ success this season in boys soccer, and he saved one of his best performances of… Continue reading

TRACK AND FIELD: PA girls win league meet; Sequim boys tally six first places

The Port Angeles girls, with five first-place finishes and 37 top 10 finishes, won the Olympic League 2A meet, nipping North Kitsap for… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL: Roughriders beat Steilacoom, qualify for state 2A tourney

The Port Angeles baseball boys erupted for four runs in the first inning, then got an outstanding pitching performance from Colton McGuffey to… Continue reading

PREP SOCCER PLAYOFFS: Port Angeles, Sequim boys both dominate in wins

Port Angeles and Sequim both won their first-round District 3 2A playoff openers in dominating fashion. The Port Angeles boys soccer team got… Continue reading

PREP TRACK AND FIELD: Port Townsend’s Botkin cruises to fastest 1A 100-meter hurdles time in state

Port Townsend’s Aubry Botkin and Nathan Cantrell were the big winners at the Olympic League 1A Subdistrict… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL PLAYOFFS: Chimacum pitchers Purser, Dotson fan 13, Cowboys stay alive in 2-1 win

The Chimacum baseball team gave out two gifts to head coach Bob Eldridge — a 6-hit, 13-strikeout… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL: League champion Port Angeles tunes up for district tournament

Editors Note: The photo caption for this story incorrectly identified the Port Angeles player pictured in the photograph. The correct player is now named in… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Youth hoops clinics in Neah Bay; flapjack fundraiser for Sequim track Sunday

Free youth basketball ball-handling clinics will be offered by Quick Handle Basketball Saturday and… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Pedal power in Port Angeles as NW Cup returns; shrimping Saturday and more

HUNDREDS OF DOWNHILL mountain bike racers from around the United States and Canada will spend this weekend in Port Angeles for the second race of… Continue reading

BOYS AND GIRLS GOLF: Sequim’s Jacobsen, Shea, Port Townsend’s Lake win Olympic League golf titles

Sequim sophomore Paul Jacobsen won the Olympic League 2A Boys Golf Championship with a 1-under-par round of 71 at Cedars at Dungeness Golf… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Forks softball seals district berth; Spartans soccer moves closer to league title

Forks softball pitchers Britney Dean and Chloe Leverington combined to give up just two… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Anglers fish through rainy opening day

LAST SATURDAY’S LOWLAND lake trout opener was held in gray, rainy conditions across much, if not all of western Washington. “One of the common themes… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: BMX Track practice Thursday night, grand re-opening set Sunday; High school teams wanted for summer basketball tourney

Last weekend’s rainy weather has delayed the debut of the renovated Lincoln Park BMX Track. Practice… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Vikings blank Riders in soccer; PA softball wins fifth straight league title

In their final regular-season match, the Port Angeles boys soccer team was blanked 3-0 in a road match against North Kitsap. With a… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL: Port Angeles rallies from 7-run deficit, earns Olympic League title

Port Angeles made the improbable possible at various points of its thrilling seven-run rally to beat North Kitsap 9-8 at Civic Field… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEF: WCL installs Rob Neyer as commissioner

Former ESPN and Fox Sports journalist Rob Neyer has been named Commissioner of the West Coast League, league president Tony Bonacci announced… Continue reading

GOLF: Are you good enough to go for the Peninsula Cup?

A LUCKY AND skilled team will come away with the 10th annual Peninsula Cup, when the yearly edition of the tournament pits the best players… Continue reading