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Sequim senior Kalli Wiker was recently awarded a $5,000 Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Smart Choice Scholarship. Wiker carries a 4.0 grade-point-average and is a three-sport star in volleyball, basketball and tennis. She was undefeated this past season in district in tennis and in 2019 won the state tennis doubles championship. She plans to attend George Fox University in Newberg, Ore.

Sequim Wolves’ Kalli Wiker earns $5,000 scholarship

Sequim senior Kalli Wiker was recently awarded a $5,000 Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Smart Choice Scholarship. Wiker carries a 4.0 grade-point average and is a… Continue reading

 

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Port Angeles' Jenny Nixon, second from right, was a member of a state championship Roughriders 400 freestyle relay team in 1989. She was named to the Port Angeles Hall of Fame in 2020 and will finally be inducted in a ceremony in August.

ROUGHRIDERS HALL OF FAME: Three added to Class of 2021; ceremony to be held in August at Civic Field

Three more people were elected to the Port Angeles High School Hall of Fame to add to a big ceremony at Civic… Continue reading

 

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Port Angeles' Jack Harrelson, front, takes on Central Kitsaps Shayne Hew-Len during Saturday's four-wat meet at Port Angeles High School.

PREP ROUNDUP: Neah Bay football loses barnburner against Lummi; Sequim boys hoops wins

Neah Bay concluded its spring football season with a close 38-36 loss on the road to longtime rival Lummi on Friday night. Lummi… Continue reading

 

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Peninsula’s Keith Seldon shoulders past Everett’s Brycen Dillworth during the first half of Saturday’s game in Port Angeles.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men win sixth out of seven

PORT ANGELES —The Peninsula men’s basketball team got off to a torrid start against Everett, but they had to hit some clutch free throws in… Continue reading

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Peninsula’s Keith Seldon shoulders past Everett’s Brycen Dillworth during the first half of Saturday’s game in Port Angeles.

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men and women both win in shutouts

The Peninsula men and women’s soccer teams each won road games at Everett College by shutouts late last week. The men won Thursday’s… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Dru Clark, left, looks for the hoop while fending off Klahowya's Drew Craft, right and Damon Clarke in the second half on Thursday at Port Angeles High School.

PREP BASKETBALL: Tall, hungry Riders blow out Klahowya 83-31 in season opener

In their first basketball game in 14 long months, the Port Angeles boys were understandably nervous early, allowing an overmatched Klahowya team… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Dru Clark, left, looks for the hoop while fending off Klahowya's Drew Craft, right and Damon Clarke in the second half on Thursday at Port Angeles High School.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Kiwanis bats, pitching too much for KONP

Combining Chimacum, Port Townsend topic

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates win wild game on the road

The Peninsula men’s basketball team, down five points with 1:08 left on the road, made clutch shots down the stretch and got a… Continue reading

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Peninsula College's Nico Hernandez heads in a goal against Whatcom on Monday afternoon. In on the play is Peninsula's Fernando Tavares (17).

COLLEGE SOCCER: Pirates avenge loss to Whatcom

Peninsula College got a measure of revenge on a previously unbeaten Whatcom team, riding two first-half goals to hold off the Orcas… Continue reading

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Peninsula College's Nico Hernandez heads in a goal against Whatcom on Monday afternoon. In on the play is Peninsula's Fernando Tavares (17).
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Laura Gould of Sequim was one of only two riders to compete in the Hoh-ly Roller using  a single-speed bicycle. She took second place in the womens open medium course.

GRAVEL UNRAVEL: Over 150 riders take on the Hoh Rainforest

Nearly 100 racers and 50 untimed gran fondo participants rode in the Hoh-ly Roller this weekend, the first race of the Gravel Unravel… Continue reading

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Laura Gould of Sequim was one of only two riders to compete in the Hoh-ly Roller using  a single-speed bicycle. She took second place in the womens open medium course.

PREP BASEBALL: Sequim finishes season with victory

The young Sequim baseball team has struggled this season, but finished its year with a 12-4 win over East Jefferson. The Wolves also… Continue reading

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East Jefferson's Tusker Behrenfeld took first place in the javelin at a Nisqually League meet Saturday.

PREP TRACK: East Jefferson boys dominate field events, finish second at Nisqually meet

The East Jefferson boys track team dominated the field events to finish second at a Nisqually League finale meet this weekend. Meanwhile, the… Continue reading

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East Jefferson's Tusker Behrenfeld took first place in the javelin at a Nisqually League meet Saturday.
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Peninsula's Mikey Madlock, left, looks for a way to the hoop around Whatcom's Jackson Short, right during Friday's game at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men clamp down on defense to bury Whatcom

The Peninsula men’s basketball team used a 20-6 run in the second half to blow open a close game, going on to… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Mikey Madlock, left, looks for a way to the hoop around Whatcom's Jackson Short, right during Friday's game at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Neah Bay football crushes Coupeville 44-0

Playing an 11-man game against a 1A school, the Neah Bay Red Devils didn’t miss a beat, blanking Coupeville 44-0. Neah Bay got… Continue reading

Sequim's Lily Fili slides into third base against North Kitsap on Saturday. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

POSTSEASON BASEBALL, SOFTBALL: Roughrider girls third at season-ending tourney

Sequim softball, PA baseball winless on the day

Sequim's Lily Fili slides into third base against North Kitsap on Saturday. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
A Toutle Lake baserunner just makes it back to first as Forks' Tyler Wood makes the tag after taking a pick off throw from pitcher Carter Windle at WF West High School in Chehalis Saturday. Forks placed second in district after dropping this contest 2-1 to the Ducks. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
A Toutle Lake baserunner just makes it back to first as Forks' Tyler Wood makes the tag after taking a pick off throw from pitcher Carter Windle at WF West High School in Chehalis Saturday. Forks placed second in district after dropping this contest 2-1 to the Ducks. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP SOCCER: Forks comes up just short for district title, falls 3-2 to Seton Catholic

The Forks soccer team’s remarkable spring run came to a heartbreaking halt this weekend with a hard-fought 3-2 loss in the Southwest 1A/2B… Continue reading

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Neah Bay's Ruth Greene, left, and Kianah Cameron, and Crescent's JoCy Kazlauskas  reace in the 100-meter hurdles on Friday.

TRACK AND FIELD: Neah Bay boys, girls win final track meet of the year

Dominating the sprints and the field events, the Neah Bay boys and girls won the final North Olympic B track meet of the… Continue reading

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Neah Bay's Ruth Greene, left, and Kianah Cameron, and Crescent's JoCy Kazlauskas  reace in the 100-meter hurdles on Friday.

PREP BASEBALL: Port Angeles comes back; Forks wins big

The Roughriders wrapped up their home schedule with a senior night 4-3 win over Central Kitsap, avenging a loss the night before… Continue reading

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Sequim's Ben Sweet tees off at the opening of Tuesday's league championships on his home course at The Cedars at Dungeness.

PREP GOLF: Sequim boys win Olympic League title

Four Wolves among top 15

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Sequim's Ben Sweet tees off at the opening of Tuesday's league championships on his home course at The Cedars at Dungeness.