Pierre LaBossiere

PREP ROUNDUP: PA soccer wins finale at district; Sequim loses on penalty kicks

The Roughriders boys’ soccer squad got an overtime golden goal from Andrew Methner, his second of the game, to get past Highline 2-1… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles soccer facing must-win game; Quilcene baseball advances in playoffs

With a 2-1 loss in penalty kicks to Franklin Pierce in a Class 2A West Central District III Tournament match, Port Angeles boys… Continue reading

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                                Port Angeles High School athletic director Dwayne Johnson, left, goes over paperwork on Wednesday with Andrew St. George as the senior signs a letter of intent to attend Peninsula College.
<strong>Keith Thorpe</strong>/Peinsula Daily News
                                Port Angeles High School athletic director Dwayne Johnson, left, goes over paperwork on Wednesday with Andrew St. George as the senior signs a letter of intent to attend Peninsula College.

SOFTBALL: Port Angeles and Sequim likely to tie for second district seed

Quilcene wins ninth straight SeaTac League title

PREP SOCCER PLAYOFFS: Forks pulls out a stoppage time heart-stopper

The Spartans soccer team got a huge game from Oscar Gonzalez, including a goal in stoppage time to pull out a 3-2 win… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Lucas Jarnigan, Port Angeles baseball

What an incredible week for Port Angeles baseball player Lucas Jarnigan. It all began on April 29. Jarnigan came to bat in the bottom of… Continue reading

Rowers from the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association brought home several medals at the Lake Stevens Spring Sprints in late April. From left are OPRA members Maria England, Calum Swinford, ZiTao Harper-Smith, Ella Ventura, Nathan Mishler, Zachary Gavin, Harrison Fulton, Brighton Nickolson, Tyler Turne and ZiGui Harper-Smith.

ROWING: OPRA competitors bring home top medals from Lake Stevens

The Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association overcame terrible rowing conditions to bring home numerous medals from the Lake Stevens Spring… Continue reading

Rowers from the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association brought home several medals at the Lake Stevens Spring Sprints in late April. From left are OPRA members Maria England, Calum Swinford, ZiTao Harper-Smith, Ella Ventura, Nathan Mishler, Zachary Gavin, Harrison Fulton, Brighton Nickolson, Tyler Turne and ZiGui Harper-Smith.

BMX: Lincoln Park BMX track opens for the season

The Lincoln Park BMX track opened for its 2019 season with 82 riders taking to the improved course in 22 races Sunday.… Continue reading

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Local riders strut their stuff at NW Cup

It was a weekend for local riders to shine as 42 Olympic Peninsula riders races and four locals won at the second… Continue reading

PREP BASEBALL PLAYOFFS: Roughriders power their way to state; Sequim stays alive with win

The Port Angeles baseball boys are headed back to state, thanks to a five-run sixth inning and a five-RBI day from slugger Ethan… Continue reading

TRACK AND FIELD: Chimacum’s Trafton, Port Townsend’s Tracer win three events at Olympic 1A meet

Port Townsend’s Nathan Cantrell and Eileen Leoso all won two events, while their teammate Dylan Tracer and Chimacum’s Jada Trafton took home three… Continue reading

PLAYOFF PREP SOCCER: Redhawks’ season ends on penalty kicks

The Port Townsend soccer boys came heartbreakingly close to moving on in the postseason, but it took a crossbar, an offsides call… Continue reading

Wyatt Hall scores Port Angeles’ first run in a 3-2 comeback win over North Kitsap that clinched a repeat Olympic League title for the Roughriders. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP BASEBALL: Déjà vu for the Roughriders in seizing league title

Entering the final inning trailing 2-1 and facing some dominant pitching, down to their final strike at one point, the Port Angeles… Continue reading

Wyatt Hall scores Port Angeles’ first run in a 3-2 comeback win over North Kitsap that clinched a repeat Olympic League title for the Roughriders. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
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                                Walter Sorenson of Eugene, Ore., races at the Northwest Cup in Port Angeles last month.

NW Cup downhill mountain bike series returns to Port Angeles

Hundreds of mountain bikers will converge on Port Angeles again this weekend for the second leg of the Northwest Cup to be… Continue reading

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                                Walter Sorenson of Eugene, Ore., races at the Northwest Cup in Port Angeles last month.

PREPS: Port Angeles baseball caps undefeated Olympic League season

You could’ve forgiven the Port Angeles baseball team if a letdown occurred against Bremerton at Civic Field on Tuesday. After repeating as… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS: More than 400 compete in the first-ever Railroad Bridge run

More than 400 runners participated in the first-ever Run the Peninsula/Railroad Bridge 5K and 10K on Saturday, with Port Angeles and Sequim competitors… Continue reading

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK:: Natalie and Madison Coffey, Quilcene softball

What a huge day for Quilcene sisters Natalie and Madison Coffey. Playing in a doubleheader against Evergreen Lutheran on Thursday, Natalie Coffey had a home… Continue reading

PREP TRACK: Port Townsend’s Cantrell wins at Lakewood

Port Townsend’s Nathan Cantrell won the 3,200-meter race at the 19-school Lakewood Invitational with a sub-10 minute time that is among the best… Continue reading

TRACK AND FIELD: Port Angeles girls, Sequim boys run away from field at PA meet

The Sequim boys track and field team won 12 out of 17 events at a three-team meet with Port Angeles and Bremerton,… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Port Angeles claims senior night victory over Kingston

Eight Port Angeles seniors, some of whom have been playing baseball with and against each other for 10 years, were honored on… Continue reading