Pierre LaBossiere

YOUTH BASEBALL: Port Angeles 12-year-olds win Dick Brown division

The Port Angeles 12-year-old team won its division title at the 22nd annual Dick Brown Memorial Baseball Tournament, beating… Continue reading

Sam Nugent Extreme Slug Racing’s No. 11 “Slippen Slyde” (upper left) looked like a sure winner moments before it made a sudden about-face and headed back to the center. Slug No. 1 “General ‘Duke’ Lee” (center top) then easily won the race in under 20 minutes.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Slugs burn rubber in Joyce

Slugs get extreme at Joyce Daze JOYCE – It was a day at the races for local slugs and for visitors to Joyce Daze on… Continue reading

Sam Nugent Extreme Slug Racing’s No. 11 “Slippen Slyde” (upper left) looked like a sure winner moments before it made a sudden about-face and headed back to the center. Slug No. 1 “General ‘Duke’ Lee” (center top) then easily won the race in under 20 minutes.

OUTDOORS: Marine Area 9 to be reopened to Friday to hatchery Chinook

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife has reopened Marine Area 9 to hatchery… Continue reading

WEST COAST LEAGUE: Lefties walk it off in 10 innings

The Lefties rallied with two runs in the bottom of the 10th inning to come from… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Lefties to play makeup game Monday evening at Civic Field

The Port Angeles Lefties have an unscheduled makeup game at 6:35 p.m. Monday against the Corvallis Knights at Civic Field. The Lefties… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Marine Area 9 open to hatchery chinook extra day Sunday

The hatchery chinook season in Marine Area 9 will remain open an extra day through Sunday. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife… Continue reading

CYCLING: Sequim teen rides in Junior Tour of Ireland

Sequim’s Liam Barber went on a week-long tour of Ireland earlier this month, traveling around virtually the entire island. Yes, he saw the… Continue reading

AMERICAN LEGION: Crosscutters win two; qualify for state tournament

Forced to play in a 17U AA league even though their players were all 16 and under, the Crosscutters still managed to win… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Roughriders go 4-1 at home hoops tournament, finish second

The Port Angeles High School boys basketball team went 4-1 and finished second at… Continue reading

AMERICAN LEGION: Wilder Jr. loses district finale on walkoff; state tourney awaits

Wilder Jr. climbed out of a big hole to tie the game in a dogfight with Burlington… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles beats Kelowna 8-6 in 6-homer game

The Lefties got a three-run home run from West Coast League All-Star Matt Christian in the first inning and another homer from… Continue reading

AMERICAN LEGION: Pitching carries Wilder Jr. to win at district

It wasn’t a pretty box score, but Wilder Jr. overcame some shaky defense behind a three-hitter from pitcher Landon Seibel to beat Sedro-Woolley… Continue reading

AMERICAN LEGION: Wilder Sr. falls in Red Devil title game

Next is state tournament in Bellingham on Saturday

AMERICAN LEGION: Wilder Senior wins tourney opener; ties for league championship

Wilder Senior used a six-run outburst in the sixth inning to pull away, beating Black… Continue reading

HORSE RACING: Joyce’s Ella Mildon to ride in Mongol Derby

Equestrian endurance ride recreates Genghis Khan’s messenger system

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Peninsula riders shine at NW Cup races at Stevens Pass

Port Angeles’ Steven Johnson won the Cat 3 Men’s 60-plus division at the fifth stop of the Northwest Cup downhill mountain biking… Continue reading

AMERICAN LEGION: Wilder loses in pitchers’ duel

Wilder was within one inning on winning on Sunday, but Tualatin rallied with three runs in… Continue reading

GOLF: Sequim’s Bower, Hirschfeld win Clallam County Amateur

Eric Bower of Sequim won the gross trophy with a fantastic third round of 69 to win the Clallam County Amateur. Meanwhile, winning… Continue reading

AMERICAN LEGION: Wilder Jr. drops a pair of tight games

Wilder Jr. closed out its run at the Yakima Valley Peppers Tournament with two close losses, both… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Pippins’ ace too much for the Lefties

The Port Angeles Lefties got a solid pitching performance from a trio of pitchers, but they couldn’t… Continue reading