AREA SPORTS: Bicycle tune-up fundraiser benefits Olympic Discovery Trail

Razor clam digs underway along ocean beaches

The following razor clam digs during afternoon and evening low tides (noon to midnight only) will proceed as scheduled, after marine toxin results from the state Department of Health showed razor clams are safe to eat:

• Today, 5:33 p.m.; 0.1 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks.

• Friday, 6:05 p.m.; 0.1 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis.

•  Saturday, 6:34 p.m.; 0.2 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis.

• Sunday, 7:02 p.m.; 0.4 feet; Long Beach, Mocrocks.

Tentative March dates on evening tides are set March 7-11; morning/early afternoon tides from March 12-17 and morning tides from March 26- 31.

On all open beaches, the daily limit is 15 clams per person. Each digger’s clams must be kept in a separate container, and all diggers must keep the first 15 clams they dig, regardless of size or condition, to prevent waste.

For more information, visit shellfishing-regulations/razor-clams.

Bicycle tune ups

PORT ANGELES — The Olympic Discovery Trail has partnered with North Olympic Peninsula bicycle shops to offer its annual Bike Tune-Up Fundraiser through April 30.

Coupons are $80 and up to two can be purchased per transaction.

To purchase tune up coupons visit,

Participating bike shops include The Broken Spoke, PT Cyclery, Williwaw Doc’s Bike Repair and Velocats in Port Townsend; Sequim Bike Works and Port Angeles bike shops the Bike Garage; Sound Bikes & Kayaks and Waterfront Wheels.

Coupons must be presented at time of service. Additional parts or services are responsibility of the customer.

E-bikes may require other fees.

Additional donations can be sent to Peninsula Trails Coalition, P.O. Box 1836, Port Angeles, WA 98362.

NOBAS registration

PORT ANGELES — Player registration for North Olympic Baseball & Softball’s spring season will run through Friday.

Registration is available at

Coaches and managers also are sought and can sign up at the above link.

For more information, email

All-Star Game returns

BELLINGHAM — The West Coast League unveiled its plans for the return of its All-Star Game to the league’s lineup of summer events in 2024.

The 2024 West Coast League All-Star Game will be hosted by the Bellingham Bells, scheduled for a 6:35 p.m. first pitch July 17, at Joe Martin Field.

The two-day extravaganza will include a community adaptive baseball game, a player pro-style workout featuring MLB scouts and a skills challenge featuring top WCL All-Stars.

Highlighting the league’s top talent, the 2024 All-Star Game will showcase the stellar players representing each of the league’s 16 teams and will be broadcast live on

WCL Commissioner Rob Neyer expressed his enthusiasm for the event, stating,

“The return of the All-Star Game is a testament to the league’s commitment to excellence. It’s a celebration of the remarkable talent within the West Coast League, and we can’t wait to see all our stars together again.”

Tickets for the Port Angeles Lefties’ WCL season are available at

Port Angeles will open the season with the Redmond Dudes on May 29.

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