YOUTH HOOPS: Port Angeles girls shine at MLK Jr. tournament

The Port Angeles girls showed their strength at the annual Park and Recreation Department’s Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Basketball Tournament. Port… Continue reading


COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula women crush Skagit Valley

The Peninsula women won in dominating fashion for the second straight game, crushing Skagit Valley 81-41 on the road Monday. The game… Continue reading


GIRLS BASKETBALL: Bruin girls show their claws in win over Port Townsend

The Clallam Bay Bruin girls held off a comeback from Port Townsend and knocked off the 1A Redhawks 43-37 on Monday. With… Continue reading


ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Eve Burke, Port Angeles basketball

Eve Burke is one of the reasons the Port Angeles girls are unbeaten in the Olympic League 2A Division and are in the top 10… Continue reading

PHOTO: Longtime Port Angeles track coach Bob Sheedy inducted into state track coaches’ Hall of Fame

Longtime Port Angeles High School track and field coach Bob Sheedy speaks in Tacoma on Friday as he is inducted into the Washington State Track… Continue reading

GYMNASTICS: Port Angeles/Sequim/Crescent combined team third in host meet

A combined Port Angeles/Sequim/Crescent gymnastics team came in a close third place in the Port Angeles Gymnastics Meet held Monday at Klahhane… Continue reading

ESPORTS: Peninsula College team wins first match

The Peninsula College Rocket League team of Nicholas Charters, Stuart Koehler and Drew Eckard posted a historic first win in the inaugural… Continue reading

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NFL: Chiefs, 49ers to play in the Super Bowl

Patrick Mahomes tip-toed down the sideline for a game-turning touchdown, added three TD passes, and the Kansas… Continue reading

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula College women, men crush Olympic

The Peninsula women used a stifling defense and the men used a high-octane offense with both teams winning in dominating fashion over… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sequim overpowered by Port Angeles; Wolves’ Julmist injured

Port Angeles’ pressure defense coupled with the loss of Sequim’s standout center Jayla Julmist to injury propelled the Roughriders to a 64-42 Rainshadow… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles clamps down on Sequim in 63-32 win

Port Angeles clamped down defensively from the get-go, weathered a third-quarter slowdown and finished strong in a 63-32 Rainshadow Rumble boys basketball rivalry… Continue reading

Borde first at Battle of the Hills

Adam Borde won his 138-pound weight division at the Battle of the Hills Wrestling Invite at Black… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Townsend holds off Granite Falls after hot start

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Townsend fends off Granite Falls after hot start

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Sequim blasts Kingston, setting up first-place showdown with Port Angeles

Four Sequim players scored 14 or more points as the run-and-gun Wolves put Kingston in the rear view mirror quickly in earning an… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Tough sledding for Spartans

Forks put in the necessary work defensively, but struggled to shoot well from the floor and the free-throw line in two Evergreen League… Continue reading

PREPS: Area teams make the most out of unexpected snow break

The second serious snow event to hit the North Olympic Peninsula in as many years has kept area athletes sidelined since the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Meltwater, rain likely to raise rivers

ALSO: Razor digs announced; anglers to meet; alcids lecture

OUTDOORS: Port Angeles’ riflewoman Maggard competes alongside Olympic gold medalists at U.S. Olympic Trials

Cheyenne Maggard has been rubbing shoulders with gold medalists as she continues to take aim at her own goal of Olympic glory.… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS: Weather continues to wreak havoc

Inclement weather eventually wiped out all of Wednesday’s prep and college sports activities for North Olympic Peninsula teams, and more prep events… Continue reading

YOUTH SOCCER BRIEFS: Registration open for Sequim Junior Soccer, Storm King’s Shooting Stars program and the Peninsula Soccer Academy

Registration is open for Sequim Junior Soccer’s spring youth soccer season. Players ages 3 to 14, potential coaches… Continue reading