Matt Schubert

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Dan Novick is familiar face on Civic Field sideline

KINGSTON HEAD FOOTBALL coach Dan Novick didn’t need any help finding his way around Civic Field. As leader of the Port Angeles program for three… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College Pirates sweep men’s, women’s soccer games

PORT ANGELES — Pity Peninsula College goalkeeper Jared Wilson. He could be one of the best at his position in the NWAACC, but with the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles stampedes Kingston 34-14

PORT ANGELES — If the Port Angeles Roughriders escaped Kingston with a victory last fall, this year’s edition left little doubt about which was the… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Rain improves outlook for fishing and hunting

WANT A LITTLE rain? You got it. The final days of summer ended up looking awfully autumn-like as the wetness seeped its way onto the… Continue reading

SPORTS: No. 10 Port Angeles hosts No. 7 Kingston in football; other prep football previews

PORT ANGELES — If there was one game the Port Angeles Roughriders absolutely stole last fall, it was their game against the Kingston Buccaneers. The… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles volleyball remains perfect, beats defending league champion North Kitsap

PORT ANGELES — The match didn’t count in the Olympic League standings. But for the Port Angeles volleyball team, it was quite the opening statement.… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Love, PBS style, among summer coho

TESLA HAD IT right. Love will find a way. Just look at the summer coho currently ambling up the Sol Duc River on the West… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Port Angeles safety Keenen Walker getting big hits

AS GOOD A quarterback as Keenen Walker is, he might just be an even better safety. Prolific offensive stats aside, there are few players on… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles deals Bremerton a knockout blow

PORT ANGELES — Tom Wahl asked for more fight from his Port Angeles Roughriders. Facing the Class 3A Bremerton Knights on Friday night in Civic… Continue reading

SPORTS: Roberts wins again at Salt Creek Invitational cross country meet

JOYCE — Just in case anyone was wondering, Marina Roberts is still pretty good. The Kingston senior ran away from the field in the varsity… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Rain to help with fishing and hunting

LET THE LAST couple of days serve as a warning. The gray days of North Olympic Peninsula fall are on our doorstep. This is no… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles hosts Bremerton in first league football game; other football previews

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles football team finds itself in the same place it was a year ago: unbeaten at 2-0 going into the… Continue reading

SPORTS SPECIAL: Rider volleyball star Jones spends offseason just getting better

PORT ANGELES — Kiah Jones had few peers on the volleyball court by the end of her junior season last fall. Finishing second to North… Continue reading

SPORTS SPECIAL: North Olympic Peninsula prep volleyball capsules

Port Angeles (2A) ■ Coach: Christine Halberg (fourth year) ■ Last year: 6-2 in Olympic League (third place), 14-9 overall; reached 2A state tournament (0-2)… Continue reading

MAT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Fly-fishers get due praise

THE NORTH OLYMPIC Peninsula isn’t generally thought of as a fly-fishing mecca. That particular title is probably more heavily associated with places like western Montana… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles struggles but holds off Forks in football

FORKS — Tom Wahl didn’t care what the scoreboard read at the end of Friday night’s game at Spartan Stadium After seeing his football team… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Hunters contend with hot, dry weather

SUMMER ARRIVED JUST in time for hunting season. Just don’t spend a lot of time testing out the SPF-100 in North Olympic Peninsula clearcuts. The… Continue reading

SPORTS: Charles Wright beats inexperienced Port Townsend in football

PORT TOWNSEND — Port Townsend may be a team of the future, but its present was full of hard knocks Thursday night at Memorial Field.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles travels to Forks in football action tonight; other football previews

FORKS — Tom Wahl doesn’t care about any double-digit losing streaks. As far as the Port Angeles football coach is concerned, the Forks Spartans are… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preview capsules of all girls soccer teams on North Olympic Peninsula

Port Angeles (2A) ■ Coach: Scott Moseley (third year). ■ Last year: 3-5-0 in Olympic League (sixth), 8-8-0 overall; eliminated in 2A subdistrict playoffs. ■… Continue reading