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COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men, women clip the Cardinals

The Peninsula College soccer women quickly erupted to a 3-0 lead over Skagit Valley in the first 16 minutes of the match… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Rangers stay perfect in league, Cowboys nearly pull off miraculous comeback

The Quilcene football squad got three touchdown passes from Holdem Elkins en route to crushing Seattle Lutheran 56-8 on the road to… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Wolves volleyball pulls out five-set match

The Sequim volleyball girls are getting good at five-set matches. They should be, they’ve played six of them this season. The Wolves were… Continue reading

PREP TENNIS: Riders, Wolves both sweep in Olympic League

The Port Angeles boys tennis team remained solidly in second place in the Olympic League with a 7-0 thrashing over Olympic on… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Olivia Hare, Sequim soccer goalkeeper

The Sequim soccer girls are repeating their habit of getting red-hot during the second half of the season and goalkeeper Olivia Hare is a big… Continue reading

PREP SWIMMING: Sequim girls third at Swimvitational

The Sequim girls participated in the Olympic Swimvitational on Saturday, finishing third out of the nine teams. The Wolves took eight girls to… Continue reading

ROWING: OPRA’s Schulz, Kennedy win at American Lake Classic

Several Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association rowers placed in the American Lake Fall Classic on Sunday, with the tandem of Ella Schulz and Angelica… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Forks, Quilcene win on the road in busy Saturday slate

The Spartans football squad got back on the winning track, bouncing back from a loss against Montesano last week with a 45-13 league… Continue reading

CROSS-COUNTRY: PA runners place high at Nike Hole in the Wall

The Port Angeles cross-country team netted a second-place and a third-place finish in different divisions at the prestigious Nike Hole in the Wall… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Wolves soccer, volleyball on winning streaks

The Wolves’ soccer team is turning its season around very much like it did last year. In the space of one week, after… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Saturday’s prep gridiron scores — Forks, Quilcene both win

Saturday’s Prep Football Scores: Forks 45, Tenino 13 Quilcene 58, Evergreen Lutheran 34 Cascade Christian 71, Chimacum 0 Naselle 56, Crescent 14 Cedar Park Christian… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Riders hang tough in loss, Redhawks fall to Bellevue Chr., Red Devils crushes Darrington

The Port Angeles Roughriders rose up to play a red-hot Bremerton team tough into the third quarter, but a safety and quick… Continue reading

GIRLS SOCCER: Sequim hopes this rivalry win leads to bigger, better things

Victory over Port Angeles turned 2018 season around

PREP FOOTBALL: Cream beginning to rise

Three runners eclipse 1,000-yard mark already on North Olympic Peninsula

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Bishop Budnek, Quilcene football and Mackenzie DuBois, Port Angeles swimming

Our Athletes of the Week for this week are Quilcene’s Bishop Budnek and Port Angeles’ Mackenzie DuBois. Budnek rushed for 421 yards on just 22… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Pirates continue onslaught through the North

The Peninsula soccer men and women continued their dominance over the North Division with victories at Wally Sigmar Field, though the men… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Clallam Bay football rumbles to 3-0 start behind Strid’s 7 TDs

The Clallam Bay Bruins pushed their record to 3-0 with a 45-33 six-man footbal road victory over Lake Quinault. “The kids are… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: League powers flex muscles against Peninsula squads; Port Townsend and Quilcene win

This year, Charles Wright is seizing power in the Olympic 1A/Nisqually League. The Tarriers, not necessarily a known powerhouse in the Nisqually League,… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: PA swimmers win 11 out of 11 against Olympic

The Port Angeles swim girls crushed Olympic 118-50, winning 11 out of 11 events. The Riders showed they have some strong freshmen as… Continue reading