AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles Rams host hoops tryouts Sunday; Peninsula College soccer sweeps Shoreline

The Port Angeles Rams basketball team will be holding tryouts from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.… Continue reading

SPRINT BOATS: Racing teams competing for $10K prize Saturday

There’s a reason these boats have roll bars. Sprint boat teams will attempt to stay upright and on-course Saturday while competing for… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles cross country teams race to victories

Port Angeles runners rolled to a home-meet victory Wednesday at Lincoln Park with the Roughriders winning both boys and girls races while… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PICKS: Port Angeles faces stiff homecoming test

Port Angeles hosts Olympic in a critical Olympic League 2A Division football contest tonight at Civic Field. The Roughriders (1-0, 1-3) have… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Wolves volleyball takes Bulldogs in five

Sequim dominated a fifth set in a back-and-forth affair against North Mason, pulling out a tough 3-2 (25-19, 24-26, 25-17, 15-25, 15-3) volleyball… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Sunny skies for silvers

FORECASTS APPEAR FAVORABLE for some sunny silver fishing on through Saturday, something that has been missing for much of the month. A cloud cover of… Continue reading

PREPS COLUMN: Roughriders atop state rankings; basketball officials wanted

FINALLY, A NORTH Olympic Peninsula prep team is ranked. No, it’s not yet Sequim football, although the Wolves’ 4-0 start to the regular season, including… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Coed youth mountain biking team forming; Riders’ tennis triumphs; youth hoops sign ups in Jefferson County

An informational meeting for a new youth coed mountain bike team for riders in grades… Continue reading

BIG HURT: Perseverance pays off for Adventure Physical Therapy

Patience paid off for an Adventure Physical Therapy team that had gutted out all four Big Hurts since the race returned from… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Nadia Cole, Port Angeles swimming

The Roughriders’ Nadia Cole is off to a fast start this season, taking up where she left off last season, when she broke a 20-year-old… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: PC men win, women tie against Edmonds

The Peninsula College men got a goal in the 90th from Sterling Penninston-John to beat Edmonds 1-0 at Sigmar Field, while the… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Quilcene, Forks crush opponents in easy road wins

It’s pretty scary for Quilcene’s opponents when the Rangers’ star running back Olin Reynolds only touches the ball three times the entire game… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Pair of Sequim runners fifth at huge Oregon x-country meet

Running in a massive meet featuring more than 1,300 Oregon and Washington harriers at the Three Course Cross-Country Challenge at Camp Rilea,… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Port Townsend earns first victory, Neah Bay beats Lummi and Crescent wins

Port Townsend raced out to a 30-7 halftime lead and withstood a 20-point… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Riders buried early by 1A power Montesano

The Port Angeles Roughriders made some huge plays, especially in the second half, but they dug themselves a big hole with too… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles swims past Sequim

Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES – Port Angeles swam past rival Sequim 117-62 in a girls swim meet Thursday at William Shore Memorial Pool. The… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Wolves send North Mason packing in shutout

Sequim clicked in all three aspects of the game in Friday’s 20-0 homecoming win, which doubled as a showdown for first place in… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL UPDATE: Sequim shuts out North Mason; Neah Bay beats Lummi; Port Townsend and Crescent earn wins

Sequim’s defense stopped North Mason on three trips inside the Wolves’ 20-yard line, Taig Wiker ran for 140 yards and a touchdown and… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PICKS: Port Angeles will get a view of the road not taken

The “What May Have Been Bowl” kicks off tonight as the perennial Class 1A powerhouse Montesano Bulldogs and former Forks head coach… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Harvest reductions likely with new salmon accord

REDUCTIONS IN SALMON harvest, particularly chinook, would impact much of the Pacific Coast if the Pacific Salmon Commission’s new conservation plan is adopted by U.S.… Continue reading