Pierre LaBossiere

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Logan Storm, Chimacum golf

Logan Storm has been leading the way this season for the Chimacum boys golf team. This weekend, Storm shot a nine-hole round of 43 to… Continue reading

 

PREP SPORTS: Clallam Bay’s Hannah Olson signs to play for Walla Walla University

Hannah Olson is one busy high school senior. A member of the Makah Tribe, she lives in Neah Bay and commutes to… Continue reading

 

PIERRE LaBOSSIERE COLUMN: Sports’ lesson — Get back up from the hardest knocks

At Saturday night’s second annual Roughriders Hall of Fame, there were lots of stories about what a great community Port Angeles was to grow up… Continue reading

 

SPORTS BRIEFS: Bike rodeo set for May 18 in Sequim

The Olympic Peninsula Bicycle Alliance will hold its second annual bike rodeo May 18 at… Continue reading

PORT ANGELES HALL OF FAME: Siblings, legendary coaches and badminton honored

The Port Angeles Roughrider Hall of Fame grew to 35 members Saturday night when 15 individuals and two teams joined last year’s… Continue reading

HALL OF FAME: Inductees share wisdom with Port Angeles student athletes

They descended on the North Olympic Peninsula from all around the country this week, legends young and old in the history of… Continue reading

Ella Ventura

ROWING: OPRA rower accepted to Olympic development camp

A young Port Angeles rower needs a bit of help to attend the USRowing Olympic national development camp this June. Ella Ventura,… Continue reading

Ella Ventura

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK, Ella Ventura, Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association

When Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association rower Ella Ventura of Port Angeles puts her mind to something, nothing stops her. Ventura, 14, recently completed a pair… Continue reading

HALL OF FAME: Full house expected Saturday to honor Port Angeles athletes

Attendees will be coming from all across the country for the biggest dinner in Port Angeles, the second annual Port Angeles High… Continue reading

TRACK AND FIELD: Port Townsend girls win home meet

The Port Townsend girls track team picked up eighth first-place finishes, including wins in all three relay races, to take first place… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL: Port Angeles remains unbeaten in league; Sequim loses tight pitchers’ duel

The Port Angeles baseball team got a 4-hitter from the duo of Ethan Flodstrom and Timmy Adams to beat North Mason 7-2,… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Riley Pyeatt, Sequim track and field

Sequim’s Riley Pyeatt had a remarkable day at the Wolves’ home meet Thursday. Going up against athletes from Port Townsend and Olympic high schools, Pyeatt… Continue reading

PIERRE LaBOSSIERE COLUMN: Putting the spotlight on some special area teams

How good is the Sequim boys’ track team? The Wolves went to the Tacoma Invitational this weekend. There were 16 other boys’ teams at this… Continue reading

TRACK AND FIELD: Sequim boys win at Tacoma Invite; PA girls win Lil Norway

It was a trackapalooza Saturday, with eight prep teams from all around the Olympic Peninsula competing at four track meets in Western Washington, with the… Continue reading

Pyeatt wins three events for Sequim track

Wolves boys and girls claim three-team meet with Port Townsend and Olympic

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Sequim’s Nate Despain will play for Peninsula

All-Olympic League guard sticking close to home

Sequim shuts out Port Angeles to maintain hold on first place

Wolves break Roughriders streak in Olympic League 2A Division

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Two young local riders win at Sunday’s NW Cup

They came from as far away as the cold of Quebec and Vermont and the balmy deserts of Southern California. They even… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Nathan Cantrell, Port Townsend distance runner

Port Townsend distance runner Nathan Cantrell is already off to a hot start this season. Cantrell won the 1,600-meter run at the Retro Flying “A”… Continue reading

ADVENTURE SPORTS: No slugs along the course for first-ever Frosty Moss run

The inaugural Frosty Moss Relay kicked off Saturday with nearly 150 competitors from around the state running relays 80 miles across the… Continue reading