Michael Carman

OUTDOORS: Chinook limit cut to one off Neah Bay starting today

Weekend of fishing trims 12 percent off quota

 

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Forks' Dalton Kilmer, center, is one of five North Olympic Peninsula athletes who will play for the West team in the Class 2A/1A/B Earl Barden Classic, the all-state football game, in Yakima on Saturday. Kilmer is joined by Forks football coach Trevor Highfield and his mom, Amy Kilmer.

ALL-STATE FOOTBALL: Six players representing West

Rivals, Roughriders, Rangers and Spartans in 2A/1A/B game

 

LEFTIES: Twelve walks lead Bells over Port Angeles

Port Angeles pitchers combined to allow 12 Bellingham walks and dug a 6-0 hole on the way to a 6-5 loss to the… Continue reading

 

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Golfers competing in a U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifier tee off on the first hole at Port Ludlow Golf Course on Tuesday.

GOLF: Port Ludlow hosts U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifier

Sequim’s Sweet shoots 3-over-par 75, ties for 16th

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Golfers competing in a U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifier tee off on the first hole at Port Ludlow Golf Course on Tuesday.

LEFTIES: Bellingham walks it off in series opener

Parker leading team in batting average, RBIs

The front side of the 2022 Ride the Hurricane cyclist jersey. Today is the final day to order a jersey for the Aug. 7 ride presented by the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
The front side of the 2022 Ride the Hurricane cyclist jersey. Today is the final day to order a jersey for the Aug. 7 ride presented by the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
Wonder of the Mekong and University of Nevada-Reno
 A 661-pound giant freshwater stingray caught and released near a remote Cambodian island in the Mekong River is the largest freshwater fish in the world. 
Wonder of the Mekong and University of Nevada, Reno

OUTDOORS: Hunter education class changes for youth

World’s largest freshwater fish caught

Wonder of the Mekong and University of Nevada-Reno
 A 661-pound giant freshwater stingray caught and released near a remote Cambodian island in the Mekong River is the largest freshwater fish in the world. 
Wonder of the Mekong and University of Nevada, Reno
Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula chapter
A full Dungeness crab pot awaits crabbers during a run to check pots on the Strait of Juan de Fuca last summer.
Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula chapter
A full Dungeness crab pot awaits crabbers during a run to check pots on the Strait of Juan de Fuca last summer.
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Lefties second baseman Kemet Brown bats in the first inning against Bend on Thursday in Port Angeles.
Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
Lefties second baseman Kemet Brown bats in the first inning against Bend on Thursday in Port Angeles.

AREA SPORTS: Free youth football camp in Forks; basketball and soccer camps in Jefferson County

Friday summer youth volleyball sessions begin June 28 in Sequim

Tranco Transmission won the 12U softball city championship over P.A. Power Equipment 10-3 last Saturday. Tranco players are, back row, from left, Athena Grego, Paeton Elofson, Parker Horn, Norah Delgado, Sophie Weed and, front row, Catherine Chance, Morgan Politika, Madison Wright, Juno Rognlien and Olivia McCallister. Not Pictured: Alyssa Romero and London Wilkinson. The team was managed by Kim Politika and coached by Joe Politika and Nils Rognlien.

AREA SPORTS: Tranco Transmission wins 12U softball crown

Oregon State wrestlers leading Forks camp June 28-29

Tranco Transmission won the 12U softball city championship over P.A. Power Equipment 10-3 last Saturday. Tranco players are, back row, from left, Athena Grego, Paeton Elofson, Parker Horn, Norah Delgado, Sophie Weed and, front row, Catherine Chance, Morgan Politika, Madison Wright, Juno Rognlien and Olivia McCallister. Not Pictured: Alyssa Romero and London Wilkinson. The team was managed by Kim Politika and coached by Joe Politika and Nils Rognlien.
Port Angeles Lefties.
Port Angeles Lefties.
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Lefties' Golden Tate hits into an RBI double as Bend catcher Isah Burk looks on during the first inning on Tuesday evening at Port Angeles Civic Field.

LEFTIES: Former Seahawk Golden Tate thrills Civic Field with his baseball skills

Tate hits an RBI double, scores a run, steals a base and makes a diving grab

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Lefties' Golden Tate hits into an RBI double as Bend catcher Isah Burk looks on during the first inning on Tuesday evening at Port Angeles Civic Field.
Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
Lefties' center fielder Golden Tate rolls on the ground after making a diving catch in the top of the third to end Bend's half of the inning on Tuesday in Port Angeles.

MICHAEL CARMAN COLUMN: Showtime Tate is no side show

Real deal as a baseball player

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
Lefties' center fielder Golden Tate rolls on the ground after making a diving catch in the top of the third to end Bend's half of the inning on Tuesday in Port Angeles.
The Sunland Women’s Golf Association  held its yearly Captain’s Luncheon earlier this month. The event was attended by 37 SWGA members honoring 14 past captains. Former captains, are top row, from left, Sherry Meythaler, Dana Burback, Linda Beatty, Cheryl Coulter, Shirley Mulikin, Judy Nordyke, Christie Wilson, Cecil Black and front row, Janet Real, M.J. Anderson, Patricia Forgard and Nonie Dunphy.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: SunLand Women’s Golf Association celebrates past captains

Level the Field golf tournament and Jefferson County youth soccer registration

The Sunland Women’s Golf Association  held its yearly Captain’s Luncheon earlier this month. The event was attended by 37 SWGA members honoring 14 past captains. Former captains, are top row, from left, Sherry Meythaler, Dana Burback, Linda Beatty, Cheryl Coulter, Shirley Mulikin, Judy Nordyke, Christie Wilson, Cecil Black and front row, Janet Real, M.J. Anderson, Patricia Forgard and Nonie Dunphy.
The Associated Press
Golden Tate celebrates after the Seattle Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014. Tate, who also played baseball in college at Notre Dame, will play for the Port Angeles Lefties tonight at Civic Field.

LEFTIES: Former Seahawks wide reciver, Super Bowl champ Golden Tate signs with Port Angeles

Tate played baseball at Notre Dame, drafted by two MLB teams

The Associated Press
Golden Tate celebrates after the Seattle Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014. Tate, who also played baseball in college at Notre Dame, will play for the Port Angeles Lefties tonight at Civic Field.
Kiwanis claimed the North Olympic Baseball and Softball 16U softball title Wednesday night with a 9-4 win over KONP. 
Team members are, back row from left, Kiana Grippo, Becca Manson, Maryrose Halberg, Hannah Hairell, Mya Hartman, Angelica Sullivan, front row Abby Rudd, Natalie Thompson, Lily Thomas, Kennedy Rognlien and catcher Alexis Perry lying down. 
Kiwanis is coached by Christine Halberg, Casey Rudd and Hannah Hairell.

16U Softball Championship: Kiwanis tunes out KONP

Multi-hit games from Lily Thomas, Abby Rudd, Mya Hartman Maryrose Halberg and Natalie Thompson.

Kiwanis claimed the North Olympic Baseball and Softball 16U softball title Wednesday night with a 9-4 win over KONP. 
Team members are, back row from left, Kiana Grippo, Becca Manson, Maryrose Halberg, Hannah Hairell, Mya Hartman, Angelica Sullivan, front row Abby Rudd, Natalie Thompson, Lily Thomas, Kennedy Rognlien and catcher Alexis Perry lying down. 
Kiwanis is coached by Christine Halberg, Casey Rudd and Hannah Hairell.

AREA SPORTS: PAHS Youth Volleyball camp set July 25-27

PC hosting youth basketball camps for ages 7-13

Puget Sound Anglers

A Dungeness crab discussion will be presented by members of the North Olympic Peninsula chapter of Puget Sound Anglers at Wednesday's club meeting at the Sequim Elks Lodge.

OUTDOORS: Fishing, clamming free this weekend

Work begins on stretch of Quillayute River June 20

Puget Sound Anglers

A Dungeness crab discussion will be presented by members of the North Olympic Peninsula chapter of Puget Sound Anglers at Wednesday's club meeting at the Sequim Elks Lodge.
Port Angeles Lefties.
Port Angeles Lefties.