AREA SPORTS: Wilder Baseball seeking host families for visiting players during Firecracker Classic

PTHS seniors celebrate courts project Saturday

Wilder seeks hosts

PORT ANGELES — Wilder Baseball Club is seeking host families to host youth baseball players from the World Baseball Showcase Colts squad during the team’s Dick Brown Memorial Firecracker Tournament from June 28 through July 3.

Colts players come from several different countries around the world. Previous teams have included players from Australia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and more.

They will play games each day at Civic or Volunteer fields. Most days they may need rides to and from the fields.

Wilder coaches also can pick up the players if a ride can’t be arranged.

For more information, or to volunteer call/text coach Zac Moore at 360-461-2342.

Andris holes out

SEQUIM — Sequim’s Ron Andris notched his fifth career hole-in-one Wednesday while playing a round at The Cedars at Dungeness.

Andris aced the par-3 No. 4 hole from 118 yards out using his Ping 7-wood and a TaylorMade Town Response ball.

His shot was witnessed by Mark Ausmus, Ellie Ausmus and Tom McKinney, all of Sequim.

Senior courts project

PORT TOWNSEND — Four Port Townsend High School seniors and East Jefferson Rivals basketball players will celebrate their senior project, the complete rebuilding of two outdoor basketball courts on the school campus, with a basketball tournament Saturday.

An opening ceremony at noon will dedicate the courts and the work of Austen Hammer, Lorenzo McCleese, Toby Fulton and Michael Petra, with a basketball tournament open to all ages and skill levels, following.

Gatorade, water and snacks will be provided.

For more information, email

Peninsula Daily News

More in Sports

Jennifer Higgins of Bozeman, Mont., crosses the line as top womans racer in the ironman category of Saturday's Big Hurt in Port Angeles.
BIG HURT: Biggest race ever sees return champion

In the biggest Big Hurt ever, a local favorite… Continue reading

Peninsula's Briana-Jean Tanaka, right, leaps for a header in front of Bellevue's Giulia Menning on Saturday at Peninsula College in Port Angeles. Looking on from behind is Tanaka's teammate Keilee Silva.
PREP SOCCER: PC women slowed down by Bellevue in 1-1 draw

Men, women have huge games coming up against Skagit

Port Angeles' Kason Albaugh (12) runs against Sequim's Zeke Schmadeke (14) in the Rainshadow Rumble game in Sequim on Friday night. The Roughriders scored 27 points in the fourth quarter to win 37-10. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
RAINSHADOW RUMBLE: (Updated) Riders ride second half wave to beat Sequim

Port Angeles wins 37-10; Nickerson passes for 2 TDs, runs for another

Forks Spartans
FRIDAY’S PREP FOOTBALL: Forks crushes Ilwaco; Neah Bay buries Concrete in second half

Despite making some mistakes with penalties, the Forks football team… Continue reading


Saturday’s Prep Football Scores Cascade Christian 74, East Jefferson 0 Crescent vs.… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS: Jefferson County Youth Basketball registration underway

Youth hoops, youth wrestling program registration available

AREA SPORTS: Port Angeles AAU youth basketball tryouts set Oct. 3, 5 and 8

Feeder program for PAHS boys and girls basketball

Most Read