BOYS SWIMMING: Port Angeles add to state, district qualifications at last-chance meet

Port Angeles swimmers qualified for state in two more events and in district in another, while Crescent’s Micah Scott qualified for state… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Season opener planned at Hurricane Ridge Saturday

ALL THAT POWDER, and nobody’s dropped in yet at Hurricane Ridge. A compacted winter sports season is set to begin at the ridge this weekend… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS: WIAA panel OKs classification changes

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Representative Assembly approved two amendments Monday that will impact the state’s athletic classifications beginning with the 2020-21 school… Continue reading

GOLF: Super Bowl deals and events abound

a friend once asked which network’s show, CBS or Fox, I preferred to take in before… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: OPRA to hold indoor competition

The Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association will hold its second annual indoor rowing regatta in the “Sasquatch… Continue reading

X GAMES: Port Angeles’ Anstett wins bronze in Aspen

Port Angeles’ Jake Anstett is used to going uphill in the dirt and the mud. Now, he’s getting the hang of going… Continue reading

PIERRE LaBOSSIERE COLUMN: Defense is dead; all hail the new king, offense

Welcome to the era of high-octane scoring. Seriously, never have three major sports had an explosion in scoring simultaneously. Football, basketball and hockey are all… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Cort Prose, Forks basketball

What a week for Forks’ Cort Prose. First, the hot-shooting Prose drilled eight 3-pointers and scored 30 points to help Forks beat Chimacum on Jan.… Continue reading

GYMNASTICS: Final tuneup for Peninsula prep gymnasts

The Port Angeles gymnastics team had a very narrow loss to North Kitsap in a dual competition this weekend. North Kitsap won the… Continue reading

WRESTLING: Port Townsend’s Tracer wins at Klahowya meet

Port Townsend’s Dylan Tracer won his 182-pound weight division with a pin over Forks’ Shane Queen at the Keigan Langholff Memorial Wrestling Meet… Continue reading

COLLEGE HOOPS: Pirate women crush Everett in second half

The Peninsula basketball women won their third out of four, blowing out the Everett Trojans in the second half to win 76-55. The… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Sequim goes on the defensive in huge win over North Kitsap; Port Angeles wins and Chimacum gets past improving Port Townsend

The usually high-scoring Sequim girls relied on their defense to keep alive a shot at earning a share of the Olympic League 2A… Continue reading

WRESTLING: Forks wins 7th-straight Evergreen League title

Forks won its seventh straight Evergreen League championship with a 65-18 dual-meet victory against Montesano, but it wasn’t quite the… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles flips the switch after halftime in win over Olympic

Port Angeles’ 72-60 senior night victory over Olympic may be just what the team needed in the home stretch toward postseason play.… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Forks picks up huge road win over Montesano; Crescent seals playoff spot; Port Townsend beats rival Chimacum and more

Forks and Montesano traded momentum all game long, but the Spartans finished the game strong — and now sit in sole possession of… Continue reading

WRESTLING: Port Angeles claims Olympic League title in showdown with Olympic

Port Angeles’ lighter wrestlers carried much of the weight for the Roughriders in a 46-34 dual meet victory over Olympic with the… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Cooke productive for Port Angeles

Port Angeles’ Madison Cooke is a disruptive force for the Olympic League-leading Roughriders girls basketball team. Cooke’s game is relatively refined for… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Big three come up large for Neah Bay against Crescent

Neah Bay started strong, let Crescent creep back into the contest at halftime and utilized a dominant second half to… Continue reading

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula holds back Whatcom

Ashlynn Sharp’s late 3-point basket and made free throws were the difference as the Peninsula College women’s basketball team… Continue reading