GIRLS BASKETBALL: Forks splits a pair; PA girls win two

Forks lost a heartbreaker on the road Saturday against 2A North Mason 41-40. “We had a lot of energy after a long road… Continue reading

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles boys tighten the screws in league win over North Mason

The Port Angeles basketball boys got off to a sluggish start against North Mason, but erupted in the second quarter to end… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Forks boys win big in league opener

The Forks basketball boys started off league play with a big road win, beating Tenino 69-48 with a big boost from Cort Prose.… Continue reading

ROSE BOWL: Epic Huskies comeback falls just short against Ohio State

Urban Meyer says he decided to end his remarkable coaching career at Ohio State partly because… Continue reading

2018 SPORTS YEAR IN REVIEW: From titles to splashdowns, the best sports stories of the year

A year of All-Star celebrations, a Major League Baseball draftee, hall of fame enshrinements, the return of roaring engines and record-book breaking… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Cei’J Gagnon, Neah Bay girls basketball

Cei’J Gagnon is glad to be back on the court for the Neah Bay girls basketball team. Gagnon was a big part of the team… Continue reading

CLAMMING: Razor clam digs open all week

The next round of evening razor clam digs will run Wednesday through Sunday at Twin Harbors, along with openings at other beaches for… Continue reading

CRUSH IN THE SLUSH: Sequim boys take over in second half over Port Townsend

With a banged-up Nate Despain sitting on the bench, the Sequim boys swept their two Crush in the Slush games, dominating Port… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks wrestlers win The Rock; Chimacum hoops girls win

The Forks boys got division championships from Luke Dahlgren and Colby Demorest and won The Rock wrestling tournament on Vashon Island last weekend.… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: PC women split two in Wenatchee

The Peninsula women got five 3-pointers and 22 points from Ashlynn Sharp in beating Blue Mountain 74-53 in a Wenatchee Valley tournament game… Continue reading

Washington Fish and Wildlife
                                Razor clams digs are open this weekend and next week in the Mocrocks, Copalis and Twin Harbor areas.

OUTDOORS: Razor clam and Area 9 chinook seasons open

If you’re looking to get in a winter clam dig this holiday week, digs have been approved on evening low tides for the… Continue reading

Washington Fish and Wildlife
                                Razor clams digs are open this weekend and next week in the Mocrocks, Copalis and Twin Harbor areas.

PREP ROUNDUP: PA boys split against 4A teams; Forks boys and PA girls sweep at tourneys

The Port Angeles basketball boys got 30 points from Kyle Benedict on Friday to beat Davis 66-58, earning a split against 4A opponents… Continue reading

CRUSH IN THE SLUSH: Goliath slain — Neah Bay girls knock off 4A Auburn

The rest of the 1B girls’ basketball teams better watch out for Neah Bay, because for the first time anyone can remember,… Continue reading

CRUSH IN THE SLUSH: Sequim boys dig deep to hold off 3A Ferndale

The Sequim boys overcame a slow start, getting 27 points from Riley Cowan, including some clutch points down the stretch, to get… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA VOLLEYBALL MVP: Sequim’s Tayler Breckenridge all-everything for the Wolves

If there was a volleyball equivalent to baseball’s five-tool player, Sequim’s Tayler Breckenridge fits the bill. The 5-foot-11 senior filled up stat sheets… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Crush in the Slush Saturday schedule revised

Because two girls’ teams are not making the trip to Port Townsend, the Saturday afternoon schedule… Continue reading

CRUSH IN THE SLUSH: 12 teams to converge on Port Townsend for two-day tourney (Revised schedule)

Port Townsend is hosting the 12th annual Crush in the Slush basketball tournament Friday and Saturday with some powerful 3A and 4A… Continue reading

PIERRE LaBOSSIERE COLUMN: It’s a happening time on the hardwoods of the Northern Peninsula

Something is happening very quietly in the gymnasiums in the North Olympic Peninsula. Quietly, some real beasts are being built. Hopefully, I’m not premature here.… Continue reading

ALL-PENINSULA GIRLS SOCCER MVP: Port Angeles’ Millie Long a shooting star

What did Port Angeles’ Millie Long do after putting together one of the finest statistical seasons ever produced by a girls soccer… Continue reading

ALL PENINSULA SWIMMING co-MVPs: Port Angeles’ Nadia Cole and Felicia Che combine for 44 top finishes

In picking a Peninsula MVP for girls’ swimming no one girl stood out. But a pair of swimmers for the Port Angeles… Continue reading