Brad LaBrie

SPORTS: Playoffs or not? That’s the question for Seahawks

THE SEATTLE SEACHICKENS are like a battered Yugo with two flat tires given one last chance to win the race. And just before the race,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles wrestling team takes the ax back

PORT ANGELES -- The ax is back. It took five years, three grueling wins, a tie in the championship match and down to the fifth… Continue reading

BRAD LABRIE’S NFL: Seahawks’ win needs getting more and more musty

IF LAST WEEK'S game against Kansas City was a must win for the Seattle Seachickens, then today's game at home against 1-10 Carolina is a… Continue reading

Championship caliber: Peninsula College men’s soccer team savors first conference title

PORT ANGELES -- Nothing beats the feeling of being better than the rest. And there's no squad better than the Peninsula College men's soccer team… Continue reading

BRAD LABRIE’S BAKER’S DOZEN: Is nothing sacred in NFL anymore?

THE SEATTLE SEAHAWKS are back. And the Seachickens are gone. At least for one week. Is nothing sacred in the NFL anymore? In this topsy-turvy… Continue reading

SPORTS: Bumpy roller coaster ride of the Seattle Seahawks may be over

THE GOOD NEWS is the roller coaster ride known as the Seattle Seachickens is finally over. The bad news: The roller coaster crashed, is crumpled… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum football earns playoff berth by beating rival Port Townsend 38-6

PORT TOWNSEND -- Chimacum's football team did the unfathomable. The Cowboys won their fourth straight do-or-die game, against their archrival to boot, to make the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim golfer seeks new challenges at Sonoma State University

SEQUIM -- Zoei Zbaraschuk isn't one to rest on her laurels. Sequim High School's standout golfer recently signed a letter of intent to play for… Continue reading

SPORTS: Hunt for girls soccer practice by Port Angeles parents, son

PORT ANGELES -- It wasn't the Hunt for Red October but it was close. Call it the hunt for the missing girls soccer team. Soccer… Continue reading

Port Angeles Youth Soccer Club to start spring season despite parents’ challenge

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles Youth Soccer Club is resuming its spring league after a two-week postponement. The youth organization stopped the season March… Continue reading

SPORTS: Two Port Angeles divers lead boys swimming and diving team to new heights at state

PORT ANGELES -- Nick Peterson and Austin Fahrenholtz has sent the Port Angeles boys swimming and diving team to heights it hasn't seen in quite… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles youth soccer postpones start of spring season

PORT ANGELES -- The issue of gender equality has grounded temporarily much of the Port Angeles Youth Soccer Club's spring season. All practice and games… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preview of wrestling teams on the North Olympic Peninsula

Last year's high school wrestling season was magical on the North Olympic Peninsula. There probably has never been a season like that in the area… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Fishing, crabbing and a sunny holiday weekend — can it get any better?

IS IT A perfect time for living on the North Olympic Peninsula, or what? A holiday weekend starts for many today, weather about as perfect… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Surf’s up for camp at LaPush

OK KIDS, THOSE of you who have dreamed about trying out surfing, hanging ten in surf slang, now's your chance. The sixth annual Surfing and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Marathon inspiration wasn’t supposed to be there — but he is

PORT ANGELES -- Neil Jervis is supposed to be dead. That's what his doctors tell him. The hospice nurses keep telling him he doesn't have… Continue reading

SPORTS: Thousands expected for North Olympic Discovery Marathon on Sunday

Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES -- Bridge or no bridge, they will come. At least that is the thinking of the organizers of the seventh… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles rises to 3A softball tournament

PORT ANGELES -- It took one day for first-year coach Buddy Bear to change the culture of Port Angeles softball. "On the first day I… Continue reading

SPORTS: Mat Classic beckons Peninsula wrestlers

TACOMA -- John Camp of Port Angeles is four wins away from closing out his prep wrestling career with a perfect senior season. Meanwhile, several… Continue reading

Michalczik jumps at chance to coach in NFL

PORT ANGELES -- Jim Michalczik, one of the best football players to ever don a Port Angeles High School uniform, came so close to be… Continue reading