BOYS BASKETBALL: North Kitsap bests Port Angeles in first-place showdown

Veni, vidi, Vikings. North Kitsap came to play in front of a packed house at Port Angeles, spoiling the Roughriders’ shot at… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: U.S.-Canadian halibut panel fails to find common ground on quota totals

FOR JUST THE second time in more than 90 years U.S. and Canadian members of the six-person International Pacific Halibut Commission adjourned their annual meeting… Continue reading

PIERRE LaBOSSIERE COLUMN: Trust me, small miracles happen here every day

THIS PAST MONTH, I discovered that I am no longer getting a weekly Sports Illustrated. After more than 60 years as a weekly sports magazine,… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Tuesday’s Prep Scores

North Olympic Peninsula Prep Basketball Tuesday’s Scores Boys Basketball Montesano 70, Forks 36 North Kitsap 51, Port Angeles 43 Sequim 65, Coupeville 41 Port Townsend… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Sequim’s Velarde to play in All-State Football Game; McMullin competes for Western; Forks’ Dahlgren wrestles for Grays Harbor

Sequim senior Gavin Velarde has been selected to play in the Class 2A/1A/B All-State Football Game in June.… Continue reading

GOLF BRIEFS: SkyRidge hosts 27-hole Winter Links Open Feb. 17; Super tourneys this weekend

Registration is underway for SkyRidge Golf Course’s 27-hole Winter Links Open on Saturday, Feb. 17. The four-person… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Iesha Johnson, Forks basketball

Every high school kid dreams of hitting the game-winner at the buzzer. It’s a dream very few kids get to live in real life. Forks’… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: Roughrider teams playing for first place tonight; U14 volleyball wins tournament

The first-place Port Angeles boys are playing one of their biggest games of the year… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles basketball girls win ninth straight

Playing a makeup game from a contest canceled several weeks ago, the Port Angeles basketball girls took a break from league play with… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks’ Johnson sinks Hoquiam on late 3-pointer

Iesha Johnson’s 3-pointer with four seconds left boosted Forks to a 55-54 win over… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men hit 100 points in win

The Peninsula men cracked 100 points for the first time this year and they needed almost all of those points in a 100-93… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Townsend wins Nisqually-Olympic wrestling title

Port Townsend knocked off Cascade Christian 60-15 to win the Nisqually-Olympic League title. Match winners for the Redhawks were: Ally… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Roughriders seal home playoff berth with win over Kingston

Port Angeles started hot, connecting on four of its first five shots from the floor, including… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: PA youth baseball and softball registration begins Wednesday

Online registration opens Wednesday for North Olympic Baseball and Softball at https://nobas.website.siplay.com/. Three in-person registration sessions… Continue reading

OBITUARY: Bob Klock, legendary Riders’ hoops coach, passes away

Bob Klock, who won 223 games as a head basketball coach at Port Angeles High School, left a legacy as the “Godfather… Continue reading

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula rallies for first league victory

Tiffani Smith hit the go-ahead layup with 29 seconds remaining and Ashlynn Sharp knocked down four free throws in the final moments… Continue reading

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula falls in another close contest

Every game is an adventure for the Peninsula College men’s basketball team in the balanced Northwest Athletic Conference North Division. The Pirates… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Snow day a fitting tribute for Warren Miller

HEAD FOR THE Ridge on Saturday and Sunday, as a day spent in the snow atop Hurricane Ridge would be a fitting tribute for alpine-film… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Port Angeles limits Port Townsend in defensive showdown

Port Angeles got the better of Port Townsend 46-27 in a nonleague matchup of two defensive-minded girls basketball teams at Bruce Blevins… Continue reading