Pierre LaBossiere

PREP BASKETBALL: Roughriders fall to Lynden Christian Lyncs

Call in final seconds goes against Port Angeles boys

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men, women each lose close games to Edmonds

The Peninsula College men and women had a pair of close losses to the Edmonds Tritons, with the men losing in overtime… Continue reading

WRESTLING: Forks wins Island Invite; Port Townsend’s Dylan Tracer returns

Forks wrestlers won three weight divisions and sent seven wrestlers to the championship matches in their divisions while winning the Island Invitational on… Continue reading

PREP HOOPS: Chimacum boys win first game of the year

The Chimacum basketball team won its first game of the year, using tough defense to keep Summit… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Port Angeles boys lose a nailbiter to powerhouse Lynden Christian; statewide Saturday scores

Saturday’s Prep Scores GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL Almira/Coulee-Hartline 42, Selkirk 33 Bellarmine Prep 62, Puyallup 16 Black Hills 53, Bellevue 33 Brewster 57, Bridgeport 22 Bush… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Friday night’s scores; PA boys lose first league game

Friday night’s scores BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Bremerton 65, Port Angeles 59 Sequim 51, Olympic 49 Crescent 43, Neah Bay 40 North Kitsap 76, Kingston 44… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles’ deep bench a boost in blowout of Olympic

“In the second half, we attacked the gaps, we were slashing hard. We were much more effective.”

Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks runs against the Green Bay Packers in Seattle in the NFC Championship game in January 2015. (The Associated Press)

Lambeau looms for the Seahawks

Green Bay has not been a kind locale

Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks runs against the Green Bay Packers in Seattle in the NFC Championship game in January 2015. (The Associated Press)

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks boys lose close one

Going up against an undefeated 2B foe, the Forks basketball team had a chance to knock off Onalaska, but missed free throws down… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Adam Borde, Port Angeles wrestling

Adam Borde has been an absolute force for the Port Angeles wrestling squad so far this season. Borde was one of three Roughrider wrestlers who… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Razor clam season heats up with January digs

Outdoor Adventure Series kicks off with ‘This Mountain Life’ documentary

BASKETBALL: Port Townsend alumni get together for games over the holidays

The stars of Port Townsend’s basketball past came together at the end of December to play an alumni game at Bruce Blevins… Continue reading

GYMNASTICS: Port Angeles/Sequim/Crescent team competes at Sehome Invite

A combined Port Angeles/Sequim/Crescent gymnastics squad just missed finishing in the top three at the Sehome Invitational. Sehome won Saturday’s meet with 157.15… Continue reading

Port Angeles Rams take Tacoma Kings to the wire

The Port Angeles Rams were down by just two points late to the Tacoma Kings, but weren’t quite able to pull out… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men, women sweep at home

The Peninsula College men used a 45-point second half to run away from Highline, completing their preconference schedule with a solid 10-2… Continue reading

WRESTLING: Forks wins the Battle of the Axe; PA third

Forks showed it is still a very tough wrestling team as the Spartans won the Battle of the Axe in Port Angeles,… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Rider boys and girls win on the road; Sequim girls take unbeaten Tumwater to the wire

The Port Angeles boys got off to a bit of a sluggish start on the road against Fife but their depth took over… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Saturday’s scores — Port Angeles boys and girls win on the road

Saturday’s Prep Basketball Scores GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL Port Angeles 60, Bellevue 34 Tumwater 52, Sequim 45 Battle Ground 42, Napavine 37 Brewster 70, Soap Lake… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Roughriders’ depth, defense too much for La Center

The Roughrider basketball boys found themselves in a battle early against a good 1A La Center team. But in the second half,… Continue reading