Michael Carman

SPORTS BRIEFS: Peninsula College men’s and women’s soccer teams sweep at NWAC friendlies

The Peninsula men’s and women’s soccer teams completed preconference sweeps Friday with wins at the NWAC Preseason Friendlies… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Roughriders seek return to playoffs

Port Angeles has talented, capable athletes on its football roster. Figuring out exactly who among that group will block, distribute, run, catch… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: A silver smolt success story

A FISH SUCCESS story while anglers wait for silvers to stream down the Strait of Juan de Fuca in bigger numbers: coho catch totals are… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula teams open NWAC Friendlies with wins

Pirate women beat Clark; men take down Highline

GOLF: Fall Shotgun coming up in Port Angeles

PENINSULA GOLF CLUB’s 41st annual Fall Shotgun Invitational will be held at the Port Angeles course Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 31-Sept. 1. Head pro Chad… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men down four-year Fraser Valley 4-1

Thus far in early preseason training and exhibition contests the Peninsula College men’s soccer team has… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Strait sunsets and the hunt for silvers

SPECTACULAR SUNSETS ALONG the Strait of Juan de Fuca and a switch to focusing on silver retention, this is what this week has wrought on… Continue reading

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Forks’ Dahlgren recovering from knee surgery

Eastern Washington freshman rehabbing after meniscus procedure

OUTDOORS: Banner fishing days along the kelp line

Also: DFW seeks fishing guide advisers; hunters eligible to buy unsold deer and elk tags

GOLF: Area youth competing in junior amateur events at Port Ludlow

JUNIOR GOLFERS FROM the North Olympic Peninsula are part of the field of the 65th Pacific Northwest Junior Boys Amateur and the 64th Pacific Northwest… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Peninsula College basketball camp and North Idaho faces ‘severe’ sanctions

The Peninsula College Kids Basketball Camp will be held from 9 a.m. to noon… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Lyre River Conservation Area offers Strait-side solitude

A MISSED TURN turned out to provide one of the better walks I’ve enjoyed recently as well as a possible beach casting spot along the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: State Fish and Wildlife Commission approves big funding request

Guide logbooks approved; Anglers meet Tuesday in Port Townsend

GOLF: Tournament boosts cancer care

ONE OF THE more noble benefit golf tournaments, the annual Drive for the Cure Golf Tournament, will be held at Sunland Golf and Country Club… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: More pinks showing up along Strait

Pinks are running in pretty good numbers through the Strait of Juan de Fuca from Neah Bay all the way to Port… Continue reading

AMERICAN LEGION: Intense pitching duel ends Wilder season at state quarterfinals

Wilder Senior was ousted in the quarterfinals of the American Legion AAA State Baseball Tournament on Tuesday… Continue reading

AMERICAN LEGION: Cutters fall in state A semifinals to Canadian team

The Olympic Crosscutters’ run at the American Legion A State Tournament ended a game short of the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: More time on the water for hatchery chinook off Port Townsend

Marine Area 9 re-opening to hatchery chinook retention Wednesday through Saturday

GOLF: Club champions crowned at Peninsula

AN EVEN DOZEN. Peninsula Golf Club member Paul Reed won his 12th Men’s Club Championship, claiming the Gross title with a two-round score of 149… Continue reading