Pierre LaBossiere

PREP FOOTBALL: Neah Bay rallies to beat old rival Lummi in 1B Semifinal

PREP FOOTBALL: Neah Bay rallies to beat old rival Lummi in 1B Semifinal

Six inches. Six points. After a game of pounding hits and wild swings of momentum on a 100-yard field for 60 minutes, Neah… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Neah Bay rallies to beat old rival Lummi in 1B Semifinal
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men split a pair at Skagit tournament

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men split a pair at Skagit tournament

The Peninsula College basketball men split two games this weekend at the Skagit Valley Turkey Tournament. The men beat Portland Community College… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men split a pair at Skagit tournament
PREP FOOTBALL: Neah Bay, Lummi familiar foes in 1B State semifinal

PREP FOOTBALL: Neah Bay, Lummi familiar foes in 1B State semifinal

On the field, it’s a take-no-prisoners battle to the end. Off the field, it’s an extended family full of hugs and respect… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Neah Bay, Lummi familiar foes in 1B State semifinal
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Anderson named NWAC Coach of the Year

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Anderson named NWAC Coach of the Year

Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES – For the second time in his seven-year career as head women’s soccer coach, Peninsula College’s Kanyon Anderson was named… Continue reading

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Anderson named NWAC Coach of the Year

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula wins first game of the year

The Peninsula basketball women controlled the boards and held South Puget Sound to a measly 27 percent shooting from the floor to collect… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: Chimacum’s Dotson named All-League

Chimacum’s Dotson named All-League Chimacum’s Lane Dotson was named to the Olympic-Nisqually 1A All-League football team in two positions this week. Dotson, a senior, was named… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Lefties announce final coaching hires; host families needed

BASEBALL: Lefties announce final coaching hires; host families needed

The Port Angeles Lefties baseball team this week announced the hiring of the team’s final pair of bench coaches and is looking… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Lefties announce final coaching hires; host families needed
FOOTBALL: Port Townsend’s Berkley Hill named league MVP

FOOTBALL: Port Townsend’s Berkley Hill named league MVP

Port Townsend quarterback Berkley Hill was named the Olympic-Nisqually 1A League Most Valuable Player. Hill, who… Continue reading

FOOTBALL: Port Townsend’s Berkley Hill named league MVP
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Jaine Macias

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Jaine Macias

Senior Jaine Macias played a huge role in helping the Port Angeles girls’ swim team finish second in the State 2A Swim Championship. Macias won… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Jaine Macias

SPORTS BRIEFS: Snow Sports registration set for Dec. 3

The Kiwanis Club of Port Townsend is again sponsoring its Snow Sports program this year, returning to Stevens Pass beginning Jan. 7,… Continue reading

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula men split opening pair on the road

The Peninsula basketball men split their opening pair of games this weekend, with a one-point nailbiting overtime loss to Lower Columbia on Sunday… Continue reading

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula women drop two

LONGVIEW— The Peninsula basketball women got off to a tough start in their opening two games of the season, struggling with their shooting and dropping… Continue reading

1B FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Neah Bay game against Lummi scheduled for Saturday in Everett

Neah Bay’s 1B semifinal set for Saturday Neah Bay’s 1B State Football Semifinal agaisnt rival Lummi will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Everett Memorial… Continue reading

SPORTS: What is sport without passion?

A COUPLE OF weeks ago, the Peninsula College men lost a heartbreaking match to Tacoma on penalty kicks. Not just penalty kicks, but even more… Continue reading

Adrienne Haggerty

PREPS: Sequim’s Haggerty named Olympic League MVP in volleyball

Sequim’s middle hitter Adrienne Haggerty was named the Most Valuable Player of the Olympic League 2A Division All-League Volleyball Team. Port Angeles… Continue reading

Adrienne Haggerty
COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula Pirates women celebrate title back in Port Angeles

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula Pirates women celebrate title back in Port Angeles

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team was feted by Peninsula College at The Pirate Union Building after winning the Northwest Athletic Conference championship over the… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula Pirates women celebrate title back in Port Angeles
SOCCER: U12 team Finishes 2016 season undefeated

SOCCER: U12 team Finishes 2016 season undefeated

U12 Girls Soccer Team Finishes 2016 Season Undefeated. The Pacific Primary Care Dragons ended the season 10-0-0. They finished their season battling it out this… Continue reading

SOCCER: U12 team Finishes 2016 season undefeated
COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men help All-Star team win

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men help All-Star team win

Eight players from Peninsula College helped the Northwestern Athletic Conference North-East All-Stars beat the South-West squad 5-1. Peninsula’s Cesar Gervacio, the MVP of… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men help All-Star team win
FOOTBALL: Sequim’s Velarde named League MVP

FOOTBALL: Sequim’s Velarde named League MVP

Sequim’s Gavin Velarde was named the Olympic Football League 2A Division’s Most Valuable Player, while his teammate Riley Cowan was named Offensive… Continue reading

FOOTBALL: Sequim’s Velarde named League MVP
Courtesy photo                                The 7th-grade Peninsula Threat started off the local tournament season by going 4-0 in the 7th/8th grade bracket, picking up its first championship of the season and qualifying for the Middle School Championship in March 2017. The Threat defeated Hazard, Mount Baker, 8th-grade Sequim and 8th-grade Avalanche White to secure the championship. The Threat consists of players from Sequim and Port Angeles. From left, back row: Anna Petty, Catie Brown,Angelina Sprague, Eve Burke, Hannah Wagner and Zoe Smithson. From left, front row: Jenna McGoff, Bailee Larson, Riley Pyeatt and Jayde Gedelman.

YOUTH SPORTS: More than 20 teams compete at Tipoff Tourney in Port Angeles

The Port Angeles Parks and Rec Tipoff Tournament was held this past weekend with more than 20… Continue reading

Courtesy photo                                The 7th-grade Peninsula Threat started off the local tournament season by going 4-0 in the 7th/8th grade bracket, picking up its first championship of the season and qualifying for the Middle School Championship in March 2017. The Threat defeated Hazard, Mount Baker, 8th-grade Sequim and 8th-grade Avalanche White to secure the championship. The Threat consists of players from Sequim and Port Angeles. From left, back row: Anna Petty, Catie Brown,Angelina Sprague, Eve Burke, Hannah Wagner and Zoe Smithson. From left, front row: Jenna McGoff, Bailee Larson, Riley Pyeatt and Jayde Gedelman.