Michael Carman

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Port Townsend gets going inside in win over rival Chimacum

Forks withstands upstart Crescent; Sequim squeaks by Kingston

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Port Townsend puts pressure on Chimacum in rivalry win

Port Townsend’s pressure defense did the job in a decisive third quarter as the Redhawks strung together some stops and turned them into… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Discovery Bay estuary parcel up for purchase; giant Pacific octopus gets the drop on bald eagle off Vancouver Island (WITH VIDEO)

A 6-acre parcel of land near the mouth of Snow Creek on the Discovery Bay estuary is one of “18 strategic land conservation projects that… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: State power Lynden remains a thorn in Port Angeles’ side

Port Angeles went toe-to-toe with state power Lynden but the Roughriders’ fourth-quarter shots wouldn’t fall and the Lions went home with a… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Puget Sound not reaching recovery goals; razor digs through Monday

WITH A LITTLE more than two weeks until the calendar turns to 2020, metrics used to gauge the health of Puget Sound have the Puget… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Forks and Neah Bay split boys/girls doubleheader

Forks’ comeback bid came up short in the fourth quarter in a 47-38 nonleague girls basketball loss to Neah Bay on Tuesday. The… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Coach thinks Port Townsend boys have plenty of potential

Port Townsend boys basketball head coach Tom Webster believes his team has the potential to return to the top spot in the… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks opens strong against Aberdeen

Port Townsend falls late, Neah Bay outmatched offensively

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks’ balance beats Aberdeen

A young Forks squad dug out of an early hole in a rowdy atmosphere in its season opener to knock off Class 2A… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Run the Peninsula Glow Run/Walk set for Saturday in Blyn

YMCA Youth Indoor Soccer registration; SkyRidge Pre-Christmas tourney on tap

OUTDOORS: Ridge nowhere near ready for snow sports

Coho theories; join Waterfowl Advisory group

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Sequim girls put up 40-point first quarter in win over Neah Bay

Kalli Wiker connected on four early 3-pointers as Sequim erupted for 40-first quarter points on the way to an 86-63 victory over Neah… Continue reading

Seattle lineman Duane Brown greets fans after the Seahawks defeated San Francisco last month to improve to 6-0 on the road. (The Associated Press)

Seahawks have shot at road perfection

At first, Duane Brown and his teammates weren’t aware of the streak the Seattle Seahawks were on. Now, they want to see if… Continue reading

Seattle lineman Duane Brown greets fans after the Seahawks defeated San Francisco last month to improve to 6-0 on the road. (The Associated Press)

BOYS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Forks looking to compete with new-look roster

The bad news is Forks graduated eight seniors who combined for 57 points, a host of other statistical achievements and a bunch of… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Chimacum’s Williamson to play on Dallas Cowboys’ field

Sequim softball raffle; Cowboys falter late in opener

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Roughriders get defensive, roll past Class 3A Bainbridge

Port Angeles outscores Spartans 39-14 in second half

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim girls crush Klahowya 73-17

Port Townsend falls to Cascade Christian; Sequim boys overcome Klahowya

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Spartans have height, heart

The Forks girls basketball team is hoping to avoid the injury bug, use its bench more and play quicker this season. “We’d like… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Sequim girls return lots of talent

Sequim won’t sneak up on anybody this season. The Wolves return a deep and experienced roster from last season’s Class 2A State Tournament… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Sequim boys stress balance

Wolves plan committee approach to scoring