PREP BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS: Port Angeles’ boys season ends; other prep scores

Friday’s Prep Basketball Playoff Scores BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Chiawana 61, Ferris 57 1A Bi-District 1/2 Championship Seattle Academy 76, King’s 57 1B District 9 Championship… Continue reading


WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula takes down league-leading Whatcom

The Peninsula women showed they can play with the best the North has to offer. Their next goal: showing they can play… Continue reading


OUTDOORS: Salmon season-setting gets started Feb. 28

THESE BRIGHT, SUNNY days are perfect for chasing fish. Catching them? That’s a different story. Anglers fishing for blackmouth off Port Townsend in Marine Area… Continue reading


STATE WRESTLING: Bright lights await area grapplers at Mat Classic XXXII

State championship hopefuls and new faces and Forks’ last go-around on the Class 1A mats highlight the North Olympic Peninsula’s 20-strong delegate of… Continue reading

Mariners’ Haniger upbeat after offseason of surgeries

It will be months, at best, before Mitch Haniger is ready to suit up and take… Continue reading

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula men handle Whatcom

The Peninsula basketball men put themselves in position to possibly earn the North Division championship with a 92-69 win over Whatcom. What… Continue reading

DISTRICT BASKETBALL: Port Angeles boys stay alive; Roughrider girls advance to district championship game

Facing elimination, Port Angeles bounced back from a district defeat to oust Olympic League foe Olympic 72-55 in the Class 2A West… Continue reading

Timme another in a long line of freshman phenoms for Gonzaga

Drew Timme is not so quietly putting together one of the best seasons by a freshman big… Continue reading

YOUTH BASKETBALL: Trio of local teams win at Presidents Day tourney

Teams from Port Angeles, Sequim and Neah Bay won their division’s championships at the Port Angeles Parks and Recreation’s Red Lion Presidents’… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Youth baseball, softball signups and more

The final in-person registration event for North Olympic Baseball and Softball is set tonight at the Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E.… Continue reading

PREP SOCCER: Sequim’s Gabby Happe signs to play at Edmonds CC

A key component to Sequim High’s girls soccer squad that qualified for state 2A tournaments in back-to-back seasons, senior Gabby Happe is set… Continue reading

SWIMMING: Sequim, Port Angeles swimmers ready for state meet

Sequim and Port Angeles swimmers will compete in at least 12 events at the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Swim and Dive championships Friday and Saturday… Continue reading

The future of Mariner’s pitching has arrived

Justus Sheffield, Justin Dunn top contenders to join starting rotation

USC forward Alissa Pili, center, shoots as Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu, left, and forward Ruthy Hebard defend Sunday in Los Angeles. (The Associated Press)

Oregon women extend winning streak to 12

Third-ranked Oregon completed a weekend sweep in Los Angeles, getting comfortable wins over seventh-ranked UCLA and Southern California to extend its 12-game… Continue reading

USC forward Alissa Pili, center, shoots as Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu, left, and forward Ruthy Hebard defend Sunday in Los Angeles. (The Associated Press)

Six gymnasts going to state

Sequim qualifies 5 girls at district

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Registration now open for adult soccer and more

Registration for the spring Sequim FC adult (16-plus) soccer team is open. There will be eight games this season and the first game… Continue reading

BASKETBALL PLAYOFF UPDATE: Now we’re down to six

And now we’re down to six. Just six prep basketball teams remain alive in the postseason, with three teams playing with their backs to the… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Karen Ensastegui, Forks wrestling

There were five regional wrestling champions crowned this weekend. Forks’ Karen Ensastegui, who wrestles at 100 pounds, is the only girl wrestler on the Olympic… Continue reading