Michael Carman

Government shutdown leads to cancellation of Kalaloch razor clam digs

At the request of Olympic National Park, the state Department of Fish & Wildlife has canceled razor clam digs scheduled for Kalaloch beach… Continue reading

 

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula survives Skagit Valley scare

The Peninsula College women’s basketball team was in control against Skagit Valley up 19 points heading to the fourth quarter when the… Continue reading

 

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Harris-Williams has big night for Peninsula

Davien Harris-Williams scored 29 points to lead Peninsula College to a 67-60 men’s basketball victory over Skagit Valley at home Wednesday night.… Continue reading

 

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Neah Bay boys and girls sweep Clallam Bay in hoops

The Neah Bay Red Devils didn’t let a cold shooting night from the field harm themselves in a 57-40 girls basketball win… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS: Olympic League likely to have different look in 2020 including Port Townsend-Chimacum potentially competing together

Potentially switching to a Class 2A/3A membership model — with Port Angeles moving up to 3A — and the possible combination of… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Armas hits buzzer-beater to lift Forks

Braton Armas collected a pass from Cort Prose and scored inside as time expired to lift Forks to a 62-60 come-from-behind boys basketball… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks in control in win over Hoquiam; Port Angeles, Sequim also win big

Forks took firm control early in an important Evergreen League 1A girls basketball game against Hoquiam and played well in all four quarters… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Government shutdown puts kibosh on Kalaloch razor clam digs

A RARE KALALOCH beach razor clam dig originally scheduled for Saturday through Monday has been scuttled due to the ongoing federal government shutdown. At the… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Bruin girls get past Redhawks; Chimacum boys win

The Clallam Bay girls basketball team picked up a nonleague win over a Class 1A opponent, beating Port Townsend 53-29. Leading the… Continue reading

GOLF: Celebrating a birthday with a hole-in-one

PENINSULA GOLF CLUB member Lori Hope Mitrovich received a belated birthday present in the form of her first-ever hole-in-one. Playing in a group with Kathy… Continue reading

SEMIPRO HOOPS: Port Angeles Rams have high hopes

ABA basketball’s North Olympic Peninsula debut was delayed slightly due to an issue facing area prep teams — a shortage of officials… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Elks Hoops Shoot and another razor clam dig

Boys and girls ages 8 to 13 competed in the annual Elks Hoop… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Chimacum girls claim Olympic 1A crown

Chimacum sped up and turned over Klahowya in a 55-35 Olympic League 1A Division victory to earn what Cowboys coach Trevor Huntingford said… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles runs and guns past rival Sequim

Up big early in Tuesday’s Rainshadow Rumble rivalry boys basketball game against Sequim, the Port Angeles student section went to the tried… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Clallam Bay’s Ryan McCoy scores 1,000th career point

Senior Ryan McCoy scored his 1,000th point career point in the second quarter for Clallam Bay, but Neah Bay ended up with… Continue reading

WRESTLING: Forks cruises to dual-meet victories

Forks wrestling won 19 of 20 contested match, 13 of them by pin, to dominate two dual-meet Evergreen League contests at home Wednesday.… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men edge Bellevue in NWAC division opener

Peninsula College handled two Bellevue runs in the second half and finished strong over the final five minutes to open NWAC North… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Late free throw sinks Peninsula women; Elks Hoop Shoot Saturday; Babe Ruth board meets Monday

The Peninsula College women’s basketball were edged out Bellevue 51-50 at the last second in… Continue reading

BASKETBALL: Port Angeles Rams debut Saturday night at Peninsula College

Semipro basketball debuts on the North Olympic Peninsula on Saturday night when the Port Angeles Rams host their first-ever game against the… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles fends off Sequim in first-place tussle

Port Angeles’ built enough of an advantage after a big first quarter to hold back strong-willed Sequim in a 59-50 Rainshadow Rumble… Continue reading