OUTDOORS: Razor clam digging reopens today

Razor clam diggers can look forward to more digging on coastal beaches beginning today, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife coastal shellfish managers… Continue reading

From left, Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association’s Mason Mai, 13, Quince Chanway, 12, and Teig Carlson, 14, warm up for the men’s under 15 2,000 meter indoor rowing event. (Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association)

ROWING: OPRA kids compete at NW Erogmania

The Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association traveled to Pacific Lutheran University on Saturday to compete in Northwest Ergomania!, the Pacific Northwest’s premiere indoor rowing… Continue reading

From left, Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association’s Mason Mai, 13, Quince Chanway, 12, and Teig Carlson, 14, warm up for the men’s under 15 2,000 meter indoor rowing event. (Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association)
Men’s 5K winner Langdon Larson of Port Angeles crosses the finish line at the Elwha Bridge Run held Saturday morning. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

Elwha Bridge Run kicks off five-race series

Larson siblings win men’s, women’s 5-kilometer events

Men’s 5K winner Langdon Larson of Port Angeles crosses the finish line at the Elwha Bridge Run held Saturday morning. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)
East Jefferson’s Keidan Guzman drives the ball against Bellevue Christian on Friday. Guzman finished with 13 points, six assists and eight rebounds in the Rivals’ victory to keep them at .500 in the Nisqually League. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: East Jefferson remains in playoff hunt; Forks wins postseason opener

The East Jefferson boys basketball team won got back to .500 in league play and helped solidify a playoff spot with an… Continue reading

East Jefferson’s Keidan Guzman drives the ball against Bellevue Christian on Friday. Guzman finished with 13 points, six assists and eight rebounds in the Rivals’ victory to keep them at .500 in the Nisqually League. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)
East Jefferson Rival grappler Manaseh Lanphear Ramirez tries to flip his Klahowya opponent Sean Price during the Nisqually League subregionals at Port Townsend High School on Saturday. Ramirez won the 150-pound weight class. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP WRESTLING SUBREGIONALS: East Jefferson boasts four subregional champions

The East Jefferson wrestling team got four subdistrict Nisqually League champions this weekend, three boys and one girl. Winning Nisqually League titles… Continue reading

East Jefferson Rival grappler Manaseh Lanphear Ramirez tries to flip his Klahowya opponent Sean Price during the Nisqually League subregionals at Port Townsend High School on Saturday. Ramirez won the 150-pound weight class. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)
The Forks boys wrestling team celebrates its subregionals championship this weekend. (Forks High School)

PREP WRESTLING SUBREGIONALS: Forks boys team subregional champions

The Forks boys wrestling team got four weight champions and finished first at the 1B/2B District 4 subregionals. Meanwhile, for the Forks girls,… Continue reading

The Forks boys wrestling team celebrates its subregionals championship this weekend. (Forks High School)
The Klahhane Xcel gold team of, from left, Carly Mae Riggs, Gracelyn Goss, Paytynn Lindley, Lainey DePiro and Raynee Ciarlo finished second at the Fire and Ice Challenge in Lacey this weekend. (Klahhane Gymnastics)

GYMNASTICS: Klahhane Xcel gold, platinum teams win second in Lacey

The Klahhane Xcel gold and platinum teams both won second-place team awards at the Black Hills Gymnastics Fire and Ice Challenge this weekend.… Continue reading

The Klahhane Xcel gold team of, from left, Carly Mae Riggs, Gracelyn Goss, Paytynn Lindley, Lainey DePiro and Raynee Ciarlo finished second at the Fire and Ice Challenge in Lacey this weekend. (Klahhane Gymnastics)
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Sequim's Jolene Vaara defends a shot taken by Olympic's Sophia Brown as the Wolves' Gracie Chartraw looks on during Sequim's 81-44 win Thursday.
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Sequim's Jolene Vaara defends a shot taken by Olympic's Sophia Brown as the Wolves' Gracie Chartraw looks on during Sequim's 81-44 win Thursday.
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Peninsula's Ese Onakpoma, right, races with Shoreline's Jamikal Davis on Wednesday in Port Angeles.

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula College slips past Shoreline into first-place tie

At one point late in the game, with the Peninsula College men’s basketball team hanging on for a victory over Shoreline, Pirates’… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Ese Onakpoma, right, races with Shoreline's Jamikal Davis on Wednesday in Port Angeles.

OUTDOORS: Puget Sound halibut season starts April 4

Sequim Dave Croonquist represents sports anglers in halibut season negotiations and participated in the International Pacific Halibut Commission meeting last week in Anchorage, Alaska. “As… Continue reading

Robinson 10th at state tournament

Port Angeles’ Abby Robinson finished 10th at the Class 1A/2A WIAA state bowling tournament held at Bowlero South Seattle. Robinson averaged a score… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Ciera Agasiva, left, passes along the baseline as Shoreline's Leiah Naeata tries to block on Wednesday night in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Julmist leads the way as Peninsula College shrugs off Shoreline

The Peninsula College women’s basketball team didn’t get off to a very good start against an upstart Shoreline squad that was fired… Continue reading

Peninsula's Ciera Agasiva, left, passes along the baseline as Shoreline's Leiah Naeata tries to block on Wednesday night in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Sequim’s Jamison Gray goes up for a shot against Kingston in Sequim on Tuesday. The Wolves won 63-50 as six players scored at least eight points. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim boys win with balance

Sequim, East Jefferson and Forks teams all win

Sequim’s Jamison Gray goes up for a shot against Kingston in Sequim on Tuesday. The Wolves won 63-50 as six players scored at least eight points. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Port Angeles’ Isaiah Shamp aims for the basket as North Kitsap’s Jordan Williams defends the lane on Tuesday night at Port Angeles High School. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

BOYS BASKETBALL: Roughriders take North Kitsap to the end in thriller

The overwhelming urge for parents and friends to hug the Port Angeles boys basketball players as they exited their locker room was… Continue reading

Port Angeles’ Isaiah Shamp aims for the basket as North Kitsap’s Jordan Williams defends the lane on Tuesday night at Port Angeles High School. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Angeles Lexie Smith, right, passes over the shoulder of North Kitsap’s Teegan DeVries on Tuesday evening at Port Angeles High School. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles pressure bottles up Vikings

The Port Angeles girls basketball team’s defensive man pressure was up to the task, forcing North Kitsap turnovers early and often and… Continue reading

Port Angeles Lexie Smith, right, passes over the shoulder of North Kitsap’s Teegan DeVries on Tuesday evening at Port Angeles High School. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
The Port Angeles/Sequim gymnastics team held its last home meet of the year Monday. From left, back row, are Susannah Sharp, Faith Carr, Waverly Mead, Maddie Adams and Madi Ripley. From left, front row, are Shavari Epps, Lucy Spelker and Ryah Deleon. (Port Angeles gymnastics)

PREP ROUNDUP: PA/Sequim gymnastics team wraps up regular season

Crescent girls win their 12th game of the year

The Port Angeles/Sequim gymnastics team held its last home meet of the year Monday. From left, back row, are Susannah Sharp, Faith Carr, Waverly Mead, Maddie Adams and Madi Ripley. From left, front row, are Shavari Epps, Lucy Spelker and Ryah Deleon. (Port Angeles gymnastics)
Runners take on the Elwha Bridge 5K/10K in February 2023. The event returns this Saturday. (Run the Peninsula)

RUN THE PENINSULA: Elwha Bridge Run returns Saturday

The fifth annual Run the Peninsula series begins Saturday with the Elwha Bridge 5K/10K west of Port Angeles. The race takes place… Continue reading

Runners take on the Elwha Bridge 5K/10K in February 2023. The event returns this Saturday. (Run the Peninsula)
Lincoln Park BMX From left, Teyah Elofson-Cross and Kylin Weitz, Port Angeles riders at the Lincoln Park BMX. They are both headed to the UCI World BMX Championships in Rock Hill, S.C.

BMX: Five Lincoln Park riders headed to world championships

The Lincoln Park BMX track based out of Port Angeles has five riders, two from Port Angeles and three from Kingston, who qualified… Continue reading

Lincoln Park BMX From left, Teyah Elofson-Cross and Kylin Weitz, Port Angeles riders at the Lincoln Park BMX. They are both headed to the UCI World BMX Championships in Rock Hill, S.C.