BASEBALL: Wilder Junior rallies back, earns split

After losing a heartbreaking game in 10 innings in the first half of a league doubleheader with Lower Columbia, the Wilder Junior… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Good catches at Freshwater Bay; king limit upped to two Saturday off Neah Bay

FRESHWATER BAY PROVED productive for an experienced batch of salmon anglers recently. Avid angler and lure designer Pete Rosko of Port Angeles loves to fish… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Port Angeles’ Cole Uvila off to a good start in Minor League Baseball

Port Angeles’ Cole Uvila is settling in nicely in his rookie season with the Spokane Indians, the Texas Rangers Class A Northwest League… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Four Port Angeles players picked as All-Stars, game is Tuesday night at Civic Field

Four Port Angeles Lefties will enjoy double duties as hosts and players after being named to the North Division roster for the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Crescent trail hike offers serenity

THE SPRUCE RAILROAD Trail is open and plenty busy. If you want to enjoy some amazing views of Lake Crescent, it’s best to come as… Continue reading

TRACK AND FIELD: Pair of OPTC athletes qualifies for nationals

The Olympic Peninsula Track Club’s Riley Pyeatt and Baileee Larson led a strong showing at the USA Track and Field’s regional meet… Continue reading

Lincoln Park BMX riders raised $3,170 during its Race For Life Saturday during the park’s big weekend of racing. The Race for Life, with 151 riders participating, raised funds for USABMX and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. From left are the top 10 earners, George Williams, Ty Bourm, Claire Luce, Gregory Jourdan, John De Shazo, Taylor Coleman, Tom Dalgardno, Zebastian Ferrier-Dixon, Cash Coleman, Andy Goldsbury and track operator Sean Coleman. Look in Thursday’s paper for results of the weekend’s races.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Home run derby set for PA beach

The 2018 West Coast League All-Star Game Home Run Derby contest will be part of an evening of entertainment centered around City… Continue reading

Lincoln Park BMX riders raised $3,170 during its Race For Life Saturday during the park’s big weekend of racing. The Race for Life, with 151 riders participating, raised funds for USABMX and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. From left are the top 10 earners, George Williams, Ty Bourm, Claire Luce, Gregory Jourdan, John De Shazo, Taylor Coleman, Tom Dalgardno, Zebastian Ferrier-Dixon, Cash Coleman, Andy Goldsbury and track operator Sean Coleman. Look in Thursday’s paper for results of the weekend’s races.
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                                In this July 18, 1999, file photo, France’s Jean Van de Velde smiles as he stands in the water of the Barry Burn that crosses the 18th fairway to see if his ball was playable during the final round of the 128th British Open at Carnoustie.

GOLF: Van de Velde’s Open meltdown will live on in history

STANDING BAREFOOT WITH his pants rolled to his knees in the middle of a Scottish stream, French golfer Jean van de Velde looked utterly alone… Continue reading

The Associated Press
                                In this July 18, 1999, file photo, France’s Jean Van de Velde smiles as he stands in the water of the Barry Burn that crosses the 18th fairway to see if his ball was playable during the final round of the 128th British Open at Carnoustie.

LEFTIES: Lefties’ Dalton Harum named player of the week

The West Coast League’s Moss Adams Player of the Week for this week is Port Angeles Lefties’ slugger Dalton Harum. The Player of the Week… Continue reading

WILDER BASEBALL: Wilder wins Oregon tournament, now 20-3

The Wilder Baseball Club rode some outstanding pitching and clutch hitting to win its second straight tournament, beating a team from Perth,… Continue reading

WILDER: Wilder Jr.’s five-game winning streak snapped

The Wilder Junior boys had their five-game winning streak snapped by the Mount Vernon Riverdogs 8-4, but they didn’t go down without… Continue reading

GOLF: Record turnout for Clallam County Amateur

Ed Klein won over the biggest-ever field of the Clallam County Amateur, building up a solid lead after two days and hanging… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Lefties beat Yakima behind Dicochea’s eighth-inning HR

Jason Dicochea broke open a tight pitchers’ duel with a two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to help… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Registration set for Future Riders football

An in-person registration event for Port Angeles’ Future Riders Youth Football program will be held Tuesday, July 31. The sign-up event will… Continue reading

WILDER BASEBALL: Wilder’s 13-game winning streak snapped; Wilder Jr. wins on a walk-off

Wilder had its 13-game winning streak snapped this weekend at the Diamond Classic at Clackamas High School, but the Olympic Peninsula team… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Brown is Houston strong

When many fellow freshmen around the country were settling in to new routines in their early days at college, Port Angeles Lefties… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles misses out on sweep of Kelowna

Port Angeles provided some fireworks in the form of back-to-back home runs by Ron Brown and Dalton Harum to… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Mixed results for salmon, crab

BIGGER KINGS ARE out there in the Strait of Juan de Fuca off Port Angeles but they aren’t being brought to shore because they are… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Rust, Christian leave football behind to chase diamond dreams

The Port Angeles Lefties’ roster is full of former multi-sport athletes, players as used to trotting out for the opening tip with… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Salmon season off to a good start

GOOD SALMON FISHING on the split openers along the Strait of Juan de Fuca off Sekiu (Marine Area 5); from Sunday on and Port Angeles… Continue reading