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PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: PA strands too many runners against Fish Sticks

The Port Angeles Lefties managed nine hits against West Seattle’s Dub Sea Fish Sticks but couldn’t get the clutch hits, stranding eight… Continue reading

 

Cycling tour will criss-cross Peninsula

Bicycle Rides Northwest’s Olympic Peninsula-wide cycling tour will bring more than 300 riders to the region from Saturday through July 16. The… Continue reading

 

Wilder Senior's Landon Seibel looks back at the umpire as he is called safe at second base as Lakeside BR's Ethan Babauta puts the tag on Seibel on Sunday in the Dick Brown Memorial Tournament semifinal. Wilder Senior won 15-5 to advance to the championship game, which was won by WBC Colts Black. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

DICK BROWN TOURNAMENT: Wilder Senior second at tournament

Rally comes up just short in seventh inning

 

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LEFTIES: Port Angeles swept by league power Corvallis; returns home for most of July

The Port Angeles Lefties return home to play 18 games at Civic Field this month and are likely glad to be out… Continue reading

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PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Lefties drop pair of games to powerhouse Corvallis

The Port Angeles Lefties got off to a rough start against perennial West Coast League powerhouse Corvallis, losing the first two games… Continue reading

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Wilder's Logan Olson, right, makes it to second, beating the throw to WBS Colts Red shortstop Grady Smith in last year's Dick Brown Tournament in Port Angeles.

AMERICAN LEGION: Dick Brown Memorial Tournament returns Thursday

The Dick Brown Memorial Firecracker Tournament returns to Civic Field with two local teams playing among 17 games from Thursday through Sunday.… Continue reading

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Wilder's Logan Olson, right, makes it to second, beating the throw to WBS Colts Red shortstop Grady Smith in last year's Dick Brown Tournament in Port Angeles.
Kayden Beauregard the catcher for the Nanaimo Night Owls is a little late receiving the throw as the Lefties' Riley Parker slides head first into home safely for Port Angeles in the bottom of the fourth inning. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

WEST COAST LEAGUE: Port Angeles Lefties win in return home

Home, sweet home for the Port Angeles Lefties. The Lefties began a long stretch of mostly home games at Civic Field on… Continue reading

Kayden Beauregard the catcher for the Nanaimo Night Owls is a little late receiving the throw as the Lefties' Riley Parker slides head first into home safely for Port Angeles in the bottom of the fourth inning. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Open courts for PAHS boys tennis players

There will be open courts hosted by Port Angeles High School head boys tennis coach Brian Gundersen from 11 a.m. to 1… Continue reading

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WEST COAST LEAGUE: Kamloops wins weekend series against Lefties

Port Angeles wins Saturday game in the ninth inning

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The 1967 Port Angeles Roughriders football team went 9-0 and featured Bernie Fryer, who went on to play basketball at the University of Washington.

ROUGHRIDERS HALL OF FAME: Two historic teams to be inducted

Two of the best teams in the history of Port Angeles High School athletics will join 11 individuals in being inducted into… Continue reading

The 1967 Port Angeles Roughriders football team went 9-0 and featured Bernie Fryer, who went on to play basketball at the University of Washington.
Nike video Sequim’s Riley Pyeatt celebrates with her teammates, from left, Eve Mavy, Hi’ilei Robinson and Bloomenrader after winning the women’s 4x400 emerging athlete championship at the Nike Nationals held in Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore., this weekend.

TRACK AND FIELD: Sequim 4×400 team wins at Nike Nationals

Port Angeles’ Jack Gladfelter third in 2-mile run

Nike video Sequim’s Riley Pyeatt celebrates with her teammates, from left, Eve Mavy, Hi’ilei Robinson and Bloomenrader after winning the women’s 4x400 emerging athlete championship at the Nike Nationals held in Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore., this weekend.
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Alison Agness, left, and her father, Port Angeles' Bruce Skinner, celebrate after completing a marathon in Lima, Peru over Memorial Day Weekend. Skinner has now completed his goal of running marathons on all seven continents.

MARATHON RUNNING: Lucky No. 7 for Bruce Skinner

Completes marathons on all seven continents

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Alison Agness, left, and her father, Port Angeles' Bruce Skinner, celebrate after completing a marathon in Lima, Peru over Memorial Day Weekend. Skinner has now completed his goal of running marathons on all seven continents.

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL: Wilder Senior swept by Lakeside teams

The Wilder Senior Baseball Club had a frustrating weekend, losing four straight to Lakeside Recovery and Lakeside BR. Wilder was swept by Lakeside… Continue reading

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The Lincoln Park BMX Track held its annual Race for Life Fundraiser this past weekend with funds going to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation. The track raised more than $6,600 this year. Some of the fundraisers were, from left, Kodiak Adkins, Wayne Goldsbary, Bradan Gray, Bennett Gray, Andy Goldsbary, Cash Coleman, Zebastian Ferrier-Dixon, Braedyn Monette (the top fundraiser at $1,174), and track operator Sean Coleman.

BMX: Racing for Life Fundraiser raises more than $6,600

The Lincoln Park BMX Track held its annual Race for Life Fundraiser this past weekend with funds going to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation. The… Continue reading

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The Lincoln Park BMX Track held its annual Race for Life Fundraiser this past weekend with funds going to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation. The track raised more than $6,600 this year. Some of the fundraisers were, from left, Kodiak Adkins, Wayne Goldsbary, Bradan Gray, Bennett Gray, Andy Goldsbary, Cash Coleman, Zebastian Ferrier-Dixon, Braedyn Monette (the top fundraiser at $1,174), and track operator Sean Coleman.
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OUTDOORS: Extra spot shrimp day added for Hood Canal

With quota remaining in the recreational spot shrimp fishery, state shellfish managers have added an extra day to catch spot shrimp in several… Continue reading

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The Port Angeles Lefties' BY Choi hits a fly ball foul as former Port Angeles Roughrider Ethan Flodstrom (26) waits in the on-deck circle Sunday at Civic Field. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Lefties sour the Sweets

Port Angeles salvages third game of series

The Port Angeles Lefties' BY Choi hits a fly ball foul as former Port Angeles Roughrider Ethan Flodstrom (26) waits in the on-deck circle Sunday at Civic Field. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Angeles football player Daniel Cable signed to play with George Fox University in Newberg, Ore., on Monday. His Roughrider coaches all attended the ceremony. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Port Angeles’ Daniel Cable all about dedication

Signs to play for George Fox University

Port Angeles football player Daniel Cable signed to play with George Fox University in Newberg, Ore., on Monday. His Roughrider coaches all attended the ceremony. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)
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Wilder's Colton Romero bats in the second inning against Lakeside BR on Saturday in Port Angeles. Wilder won three out of four games this weekend at Civic Field.

AMERICAN LEGION: Wilder Sr. takes 3 of 4 in league openers

Logan Olson wins with a complete game

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Wilder's Colton Romero bats in the second inning against Lakeside BR on Saturday in Port Angeles. Wilder won three out of four games this weekend at Civic Field.
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Wilder second baseman Payton Cagey, left, tags out Lakeside Recovery baserunner Luke Reynolds, who was caught in a rundown between first and second on Saturday at Port Angeles Civic Field.

AMERICAN LEGION: Wilder off to solid start

Seniors win two of three over weekend

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Wilder second baseman Payton Cagey, left, tags out Lakeside Recovery baserunner Luke Reynolds, who was caught in a rundown between first and second on Saturday at Port Angeles Civic Field.
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WEST COAST BASEBALL: Lefties salvage final game against Edmonton

The Port Angeles Lefties salvaged the final game Sunday of their three-game series against the Edmonton Riverhawks, getting great pitching and a… Continue reading

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