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Sequim soccer wins
The Riders beat North Mason and may have to play a tiebreaker for third place in Port Townsend.
The Peninsula men and women soccer teams both beat Skagit Valley on the road Saturday.
Port Townsend has a chance to win the Olympic 1A and Forks wins a triple overtime thriller.
The Rangers are in good shape for second place in the SeaTac 1B 8-Man League after Saturday’s win.
Forks tops Neah Bay in volleyball
Gracie Long wins girls individual crown
Velarde scores 4 TDs against Roughriders; now with 12 TDs in his past three games.
Spartans put away Hoquiam in lengthy five-set volleyball match
Velarde scores five touchdowns for Wolves
LABOSSIERE: Archbishop Murphy mess inevitable when private, public schools operate with different rules
Perhaps it’s time for private schools to form their own leagues.
Wolves, Riders win girls soccer matches
Second win of season for Cowboys spikers.
The Peninsula men’s soccer team was moments away from a win when the Orcas score to knot it up.
Port Angele cross country in action
Quilcene volleyball remains unbeaten
Two untimely turnovers and a failed fourth-down conversion come back to haunt the Roughriders
Pirate men, women sweep Skagit Valley.
Sequim’s Murray Bingham wins boys’ race; Roughriders’ Gracie Long wins for girls.
Port Angeles team seeking public address announcer