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East Jefferson's Tusker Behrenfeld took first place in the javelin at a Nisqually League meet Saturday.

PREP TRACK: East Jefferson boys dominate field events, finish second at Nisqually meet

The East Jefferson boys track team dominated the field events to finish second at a Nisqually League finale meet this weekend. Meanwhile, the… Continue reading

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East Jefferson's Tusker Behrenfeld took first place in the javelin at a Nisqually League meet Saturday.
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Peninsula's Mikey Madlock, left, looks for a way to the hoop around Whatcom's Jackson Short, right during Friday's game at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men clamp down on defense to bury Whatcom

The Peninsula men’s basketball team used a 20-6 run in the second half to blow open a close game, going on to… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Mikey Madlock, left, looks for a way to the hoop around Whatcom's Jackson Short, right during Friday's game at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Neah Bay football crushes Coupeville 44-0

Playing an 11-man game against a 1A school, the Neah Bay Red Devils didn’t miss a beat, blanking Coupeville 44-0. Neah Bay got… Continue reading

Sequim's Lily Fili slides into third base against North Kitsap on Saturday. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Sequim's Lily Fili slides into third base against North Kitsap on Saturday. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
A Toutle Lake baserunner just makes it back to first as Forks' Tyler Wood makes the tag after taking a pick off throw from pitcher Carter Windle at WF West High School in Chehalis Saturday. Forks placed second in district after dropping this contest 2-1 to the Ducks. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
A Toutle Lake baserunner just makes it back to first as Forks' Tyler Wood makes the tag after taking a pick off throw from pitcher Carter Windle at WF West High School in Chehalis Saturday. Forks placed second in district after dropping this contest 2-1 to the Ducks. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP SOCCER: Forks comes up just short for district title, falls 3-2 to Seton Catholic

The Forks soccer team’s remarkable spring run came to a heartbreaking halt this weekend with a hard-fought 3-2 loss in the Southwest 1A/2B… Continue reading

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Spartan second baseman Kadie Wood makes the catch of an Adna fly ball for the out over shortstop Elizabeth Soto.  Forks placed second in district after falling to Adna 4-3 in extras innings.
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Spartan second baseman Kadie Wood makes the catch of an Adna fly ball for the out over shortstop Elizabeth Soto.  Forks placed second in district after falling to Adna 4-3 in extras innings.
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Forks' Trey Baysinger slides into third while in the background Riley Pursley heads for second during a successful double steal against Kalama. The Spartans edged the Chinooks 4-3 to advance to the district championship.
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Forks' Trey Baysinger slides into third while in the background Riley Pursley heads for second during a successful double steal against Kalama. The Spartans edged the Chinooks 4-3 to advance to the district championship.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Wilder signups and Pirates soccer wins two

Wilder Baseball Club will hold tryouts for its three American Legion baseball teams at Civic Field… Continue reading

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Neah Bay's Ruth Greene, left, and Kianah Cameron, and Crescent's JoCy Kazlauskas  reace in the 100-meter hurdles on Friday.

TRACK AND FIELD: Neah Bay boys, girls win final track meet of the year

Dominating the sprints and the field events, the Neah Bay boys and girls won the final North Olympic B track meet of the… Continue reading

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Neah Bay's Ruth Greene, left, and Kianah Cameron, and Crescent's JoCy Kazlauskas  reace in the 100-meter hurdles on Friday.
The Sequim girls tennis team won the Class 1A/2A/3A Olympic League Tournament on Thursday to go along with the Wolves' regular season title. From left, the doubles duo of Melissa Porter and Allie Gale finished fourth, singles champion Kalli Wiker, Olivia Preston was fourth in singles and doubles champions McKenna Hastings and Kendall Hastings.
The Sequim girls tennis team won the Class 1A/2A/3A Olympic League Tournament on Thursday to go along with the Wolves' regular season title. From left, the doubles duo of Melissa Porter and Allie Gale finished fourth, singles champion Kalli Wiker, Olivia Preston was fourth in singles and doubles champions McKenna Hastings and Kendall Hastings.
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Forks goalkeeper Rafael Terrones saved a La Center penalty kick in the closing minutes to preserve the Spartans' 3-2 win over the Wildcats in the district semifinals.
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Forks goalkeeper Rafael Terrones saved a La Center penalty kick in the closing minutes to preserve the Spartans' 3-2 win over the Wildcats in the district semifinals.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Adult softball league registration underway in Port Angeles and Jefferson County

A team captain meeting for the city of Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department’s adult softball leagues will be held at Vern… Continue reading

Neah Bay's Ruth Moss, seated wearing No. 45, is joined by her family, including parents Robert and Cinnamon Moss, as she signs a letter of intent to play basketball at Peninsula College.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Neah Bay’s Ruth Moss joining family legacy at Peninsula College

It’s reunion time for the Peninsula College women’s basketball program and Neah Bay’s Moss family. Red Devils senior Ruth Moss has signed… Continue reading

Neah Bay's Ruth Moss, seated wearing No. 45, is joined by her family, including parents Robert and Cinnamon Moss, as she signs a letter of intent to play basketball at Peninsula College.

OUTDOORS: McCurdy Point near Port Townsend productive over halibut opener

The far edge of Marine Area 6 may have been one of the better spots for last week’s halibut fishing opener. “Rumor has it McCurdy… Continue reading

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Sequim's Christian Gonzales looks to dribble past Bainbridge's Damoni Mckenna-Greenawalt during the Olympic League Boys Soccer Championship.

PREP SPORTS: Sequim boys soccer team falls in Olympic League title tilt

Unbeaten Port Angeles softball wins two more

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Sequim's Christian Gonzales looks to dribble past Bainbridge's Damoni Mckenna-Greenawalt during the Olympic League Boys Soccer Championship.

PREP BASEBALL: Port Angeles comes back; Forks wins big

The Roughriders wrapped up their home schedule with a senior night 4-3 win over Central Kitsap, avenging a loss the night before… Continue reading

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Sequim's Ben Sweet tees off at the opening of Tuesday's league championships on his home course at The Cedars at Dungeness.
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Sequim's Ben Sweet tees off at the opening of Tuesday's league championships on his home course at The Cedars at Dungeness.
Forks' Juan Pablo Flores waves his jersey in celebration after scoring the first goal against Columbia Adventist during this playoff contest at Spartan Stadium in Forks Tuesday evening.  Also pictured are Andres Santos (13) Aristeo Ayala-Weed (18) and Luis Perez (21). (Lonnie Archibald/for the Peninsula Daily News)

PREP ROUNDUP: Forks soccer and softball teams win playoff games

The Forks Spartans found themselves in a tough soccer battle with a good squad from Columbia Adventist on Tuesday. The Spartans entered the… Continue reading

Forks' Juan Pablo Flores waves his jersey in celebration after scoring the first goal against Columbia Adventist during this playoff contest at Spartan Stadium in Forks Tuesday evening.  Also pictured are Andres Santos (13) Aristeo Ayala-Weed (18) and Luis Perez (21). (Lonnie Archibald/for the Peninsula Daily News)
Port Townsend Women's Golf Club
Port Townsend Women's Golf Club Captain Katherine Buchanan spent last week as a volunteer repairing the bunker on hole No. 3.

GOLF ROUNDUP: Wilder Baseball to hold fundraiser May 15

The Wilder Baseball Club four-person golf fundraiser will be held at 10 a.m. May 15 at Peninsula Golf Course. Cost is $110… Continue reading

Port Townsend Women's Golf Club
Port Townsend Women's Golf Club Captain Katherine Buchanan spent last week as a volunteer repairing the bunker on hole No. 3.