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Forks’ Kadie Wood scores over a host of Chief Leschi Warriors during the Spartans’ 76-25 win Wednesday night. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP BASKETBALL: Forks girls claim share of Pacific League championship

Wood, Neel and Wharton come up big on senior night for Spartans

 

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Fork's Miley Blanton, top, takes on Grace Odun of River Ridge in the 119 lb. class on Saturday at Port Angeles High School.

WRESTLING: March to Mat Classic begins Saturday

North Olympic Peninsula prep grapplers begin the postseason path to the state wrestling tournament on Saturday with the ultimate destination, Mat Classic XXXIV, scheduled for… Continue reading

 

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Port Angeles’ Parker Nickerson scored 42 points in a 68-60 road win Tuesday over Kingston. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

PREP BASKETBALL: Parker Nickerson scores 42 in Roughriders’ victory

Sequim boys lock up third place with win

Port Angeles’ Parker Nickerson scored 42 points in a 68-60 road win Tuesday over Kingston. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

PREP BASKETBALL: Forks boys hold back Crescent

Spartans, Roughrider girls win big

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Port Angeles' Gus Halberg, left, waits for his chance at the basket as North Kitsap's Harry Davies, top, and Ethan Gillespie provide interference on Thursday at Port Angeles High School.

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles can’t hold back North Kitsap

Riders rally from 12 down, but come up shy

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Port Angeles' Gus Halberg, left, waits for his chance at the basket as North Kitsap's Harry Davies, top, and Ethan Gillespie provide interference on Thursday at Port Angeles High School.

OUTDOORS: Stability sought in halibut tonnage

If all goes as hoped at this week’s meetings in Victoria, the Makah Tribe will again play a role in maintaining access to a proper… Continue reading

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Forks' Brody Lausche (22) and Brandon Galeana (right) compete with Raymond's 6'7''  Talan Yearout for ball control Wednesday night during the Spartans' 54-53 Pacific League victory.

PREP BASKETBALL: Grady Earls’ late bucket lifts Forks past Raymond

Forks’ Grady Earls attacked along the baseline, getting past Raymond’s 6-foot-7 post Talen Yearout for the go-ahead basket with six seconds left as… Continue reading

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Forks' Brody Lausche (22) and Brandon Galeana (right) compete with Raymond's 6'7''  Talan Yearout for ball control Wednesday night during the Spartans' 54-53 Pacific League victory.
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Port Angeles' Isaiah Shamp, left, takes aim for the hoop as Renton's De'Rai Taylor tries to defend on Saturday at Port Angeles High School.

PREP BASKETBALL: Port Angeles takes undefeated Renton to the limit in nonleaguer

Up 15 points in the third quarter against undefeated Renton, Port Angeles couldn’t get stops down the stretch against the Class 2A… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Isaiah Shamp, left, takes aim for the hoop as Renton's De'Rai Taylor tries to defend on Saturday at Port Angeles High School.
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Peninsula's Tatianna Kamae, left, passes over the head of Olympic's Madilyn Neil as Olympic's Alannah Northam looks on at right during Saturday's game in Port Angeles.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula women, men roast Olympic Rangers

Medlock Jr. sets PC men’s 3-point record

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Peninsula's Tatianna Kamae, left, passes over the head of Olympic's Madilyn Neil as Olympic's Alannah Northam looks on at right during Saturday's game in Port Angeles.

PREP ROUNDUP: Late putback lifts East Jefferson to girls basketball road win

Alyssa Vandenberg’s putback with less than five seconds remaining lifted East Jefferson to a 31-29 Nisqually League girls basketball road win over Seattle… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Neah Bay sweeps Crescent in Friday doubleheader

Swan scores 18 for Red Devils girls; Aguirre 21 for Neah Bay boys

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Sequim's Taryn Johnson, right, looks to score in the Wolves' 64-49 home win over North Kitsap on Thursday.
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Sequim's Taryn Johnson, right, looks to score in the Wolves' 64-49 home win over North Kitsap on Thursday.
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Piper Williams of Port Angeles dribbles in on the baseline as Olympic's Angelina Godinez-Gonzalez guards the approach on Thursday night at Port Angeles High School.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Riders hold court defensively against Olympic

Port Angeles’ defense powered the Roughriders to a 45-15 pasting of Olympic in an Olympic League home win Thursday. “We missed several… Continue reading

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Piper Williams of Port Angeles dribbles in on the baseline as Olympic's Angelina Godinez-Gonzalez guards the approach on Thursday night at Port Angeles High School.
The first-year Port Angeles bowling team picked up a second-place finish at the Olympic League Tournament on Thursday at All-Star Lanes in Silverdale. Team members from left, Sophie Constant, Kenadie Ring, Paige Pangaro, Abby Robinson, Taylor Worthington, Natalie Robinson and Zoey Van Gordon. The Roughriders will bowl in the West Central District Tournament next Saturday at Tacoma's Paradise Lanes.

BOWLING: First-year Riders place second at Olympic League Tournament

Port Angeles will send team to district tournament

The first-year Port Angeles bowling team picked up a second-place finish at the Olympic League Tournament on Thursday at All-Star Lanes in Silverdale. Team members from left, Sophie Constant, Kenadie Ring, Paige Pangaro, Abby Robinson, Taylor Worthington, Natalie Robinson and Zoey Van Gordon. The Roughriders will bowl in the West Central District Tournament next Saturday at Tacoma's Paradise Lanes.
Sequim's Keenan Green, (10), drives by Bremerton's Trenton Bulmer, (4), in the Wolves' 60-49 Olympic 2A League win over the Knights Tuesday. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Wolves in thick of playoff chase

Sequim holds off Knights; Riders, Red Devils win

Sequim's Keenan Green, (10), drives by Bremerton's Trenton Bulmer, (4), in the Wolves' 60-49 Olympic 2A League win over the Knights Tuesday. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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Sequim's Bobbi Mixon goes up for a layup while Bainbridge's Sierra Berry and Sequim's Hannah Bates look on during the Wolves' win Thursday.
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Sequim's Bobbi Mixon goes up for a layup while Bainbridge's Sierra Berry and Sequim's Hannah Bates look on during the Wolves' win Thursday.
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Port Angeles team captain Taylor Worthington prepares to take her turn on the lane during Thursday's four-way bowling tournament at Laurel Lanes in Port Angeles.

BOWLING: Rider girls keep improving on the lanes

Port Angeles posted some high games, but it wasn’t enough to take down defending Olympic League and West Central District Class 1A/2A… Continue reading

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Port Angeles team captain Taylor Worthington prepares to take her turn on the lane during Thursday's four-way bowling tournament at Laurel Lanes in Port Angeles.