Pierre LaBossiere

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula women win in shut out, men tie in a scoreless draw

The Peninsula College soccer women got a goal from former Port Angeles Roughrider Kyrsten McGuffey and shut out Edmonds 2-0 to remain unbeaten… Continue reading

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Area racers win NW Cup titles

The Northwest Cup downhill mountain bike racing series concluded at Stevens Pass this weekend, with a pair of area winners taking home… Continue reading

PREP VOLLEYBALL: Roughriders win two matches at Sequim Jamboree

Port Angeles got off to a fast start in its season opener at the Sequim Jamboree, beating Port Townsend in three straight sets… Continue reading

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Group heading North Olympic team to meet

With a wildly successful BMX track in Port Angeles, a world-class downhill track and a new layout for mountain biking novices in… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Future Riders win a pair

The Port Angeles Future Riders won a pair of North Olympic Youth Football season openers over the Port Townsend… Continue reading

GOAT runners pound the trails

Locals shine while previous winners return to the Peninsula

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Dylan Tracer, Port Townsend football

Dylan Tracer had the game of his life for the Redhawks football team Friday night, leading Port Townsend to a 49-16 romp over cross-strait rival… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men cruise to 9-0 victory; women win with fourth-straight shutout

The Peninsula men had their highest-scoring game since 2017, erupting for nine goals, their most in at least three years, in a… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Quilcene football wins in romp; Chimacum loses in defensive battle

The Quilcene Rangers got a monster game from sophomore Bishop Budnek, which included a school-record 99-yard touchdown run, in beating Mary M. Knight… Continue reading

PIERRE LaBOSSIERE COLUMN: Surviving the Battle of the Banff

This is a story where I’m likely to get a lot of lectures. Well, don’t. I have spent a lot of years in the backcountry.… Continue reading

LEFTIES: ‘Voice of the Lefties’ loses 120 pounds through cycling

A year ago, Chig Martin, the “Voice of the Lefties” had to buy a bus ticket to get up West Hill Street… Continue reading

PIERRE LaBOSSIERE COLUMN: Local turnout appears healthy despite nationwide decline

This week, a group called the National Federation of State High School Associations reported that students’ participation in sports declined for the first time in… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men beat SPS 4-0, finish preconference unbeaten

The Peninsula men picked up their third straight win and their second straight shutout with a 4-0 win over South Puget Sound… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Defending league champion Wolves are now the hunted

Reigning Olympic League football champion Sequim doesn’t expect anyone to feel sorry for the Wolves after the loss of a talented senior class… Continue reading

BMX: More than 1,000 converge on Lincoln Park for state finals

Lincoln Park BMX operator Sean Coleman couldn’t believe it. More than 1,000 riders from all around the state converged on the Lincoln… Continue reading

Baseball: Lefties’ Christian named to All-West Coast League first team

Port Angeles’ Angebrandt and Palmegiani are honorable mention

PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Cowboys look to get defensive

The Cowboys football team won’t be asking where the beef is this season. They know where it is. About 1,600 pounds of beef.… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula women finish preseason unbeaten

The Peninsula College women remained unbeaten Monday, winning their second-straight game over a four-year school via shutout, 2-0 over the University of… Continue reading