AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: WDFW taking comment on trout; Future Riders results

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking public comment on updates to a variety of fishing rules and regulations affecting state… Continue reading

Peninsula men, women win on shutouts

Huge match Saturday pits No. 1 PC vs. No. 2 Whatcom

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Port Angeles' Jack Gladfelter, far left, leads the pack at an Olympic League 2A cross-country meet in Bremerton on Wednesday. Gladfelter won the boys' race while Sequim's Riley Pyeatt won the girls' race.

PREP CROSS COUNTRY: PA boys, Sequim girls win at Olympic League meet

The Port Angeles boys cross-country team won an Olympic League 2A meet at Gordon Field on Wednesday with the Roughriders’ Jack Gladfelter taking… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Jack Gladfelter, far left, leads the pack at an Olympic League 2A cross-country meet in Bremerton on Wednesday. Gladfelter won the boys' race while Sequim's Riley Pyeatt won the girls' race.
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Port Angeles' Anna Petty, right, pushes past Sequim's Jennyfer Gomez on Tuesday at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.

PREP SOCCER: Taryn Johnson’s hat trick leads Wolves over Riders

Sequim’s Taryn Johnson tallied her second hat trick of the season in a tight, come-from-behind 3-2 victory for the Wolves over Olympic… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Anna Petty, right, pushes past Sequim's Jennyfer Gomez on Tuesday at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.
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PREP ROUNDUP: Wolves volleyball sweeps Roughriders

The Sequim volleyball team beat Port Angeles 3-0, though two out of the three sets were close. The Wolves won 25-22, 25-18,… Continue reading

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AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Last call for Tour de Forts participants; Crescent-Quilcene to play

It’s last call for the Tour de Forts, set to happen Saturday in Jefferson County. The Gran Fondo-style ride will tour three… Continue reading

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East Jefferson Rival Akira Anderson (12) looks on as teammate Sophie Patterson hits the ball away from Vashon’s Lola Kuyper (17) during a Monday night game in Port Townsend.

PREP ROUNDUP: Rivals VB wins second straight; EJ soccer wins third out of four

The East Jefferson volleyball team took three games to win its second match in a row, blanking Vashon 3-0 (25-16, 25-13, 25-20)… Continue reading

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East Jefferson Rival Akira Anderson (12) looks on as teammate Sophie Patterson hits the ball away from Vashon’s Lola Kuyper (17) during a Monday night game in Port Townsend.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Teams sought for volleyball league

Plans are in the works to hold an adult coed volleyball league, formerly run by the City of Port Angeles Parks and… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: Windermere moves into first-place tie in soccer league

Pura Vida, Windermere and the Bandidos FC were the winners Sunday in the Peninsula Soccer League with Windermere moving into a tie… Continue reading

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Hannah Wagner, Sequim soccer

Sequim’s Hannah Wagner has been a handful for the Wolves’ opponents all season and thus we have named her this week’s Athlete of the Week… Continue reading

Hannah Wager
Seattle Mariners’ Jarred Kelenic, center, sits in the dugout after his team lost to the Los Angeles Angels in a baseball game Sunday in Seattle. (Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press)

PIERRE LaBOSSIERE COLUMN: Love of sports comes with heartbreak

My love of sports was born in heartbreak. When I was a kid, I adopted a spunky Red Sox team as my team during the… Continue reading

Seattle Mariners’ Jarred Kelenic, center, sits in the dugout after his team lost to the Los Angeles Angels in a baseball game Sunday in Seattle. (Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press)
Peninsula College Pirates.

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men win, women draw at Skagit Valley in low-scoring affairs

The No. 1-ranked Peninsula College men’s soccer team remained unbeaten and the No. 1-ranked women tied in two low-scoring road games at… Continue reading

Peninsula College Pirates.

PREP ROUNDUP: PA soccer romps; Wagner scores hat trick for Sequim

Port Angeles got back on the winning track after a two-game losing kid, blasting Kingston 7-0 in an Olympic League girls soccer contest.… Continue reading

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Ranger Kevin Alejo extends the ball over the plane of the goal line for a touchdown during a Thursday afternoon game home game against the Muckleshoot Kings.
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Ranger Kevin Alejo extends the ball over the plane of the goal line for a touchdown during a Thursday afternoon game home game against the Muckleshoot Kings.
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Port Angeles' Ty Bradow, center, fends off Kennedy Catholic's Xe'Ree Alexander as Roughrider Daniel Cable tries to slip past with the ball on Friday at Port Angeles Civic Field.

PREP FOOTBALL: Riders make too many mistakes against Kennedy

Pressed into existence earlier this week in order to preserve its homecoming football game, Port Angeles’ clash with traditional state playoff power… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Ty Bradow, center, fends off Kennedy Catholic's Xe'Ree Alexander as Roughrider Daniel Cable tries to slip past with the ball on Friday at Port Angeles Civic Field.
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Sequim quarterback Lars Wiker, left, tries to avoid the grasp of a Bremerton defender in the Wolves' 35-29 loss at Bremerton on Thursday.

PREP FOOTBALL: Wolves charge back against Knights

Rally from 21-0 deficit comes up just shy

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Sequim quarterback Lars Wiker, left, tries to avoid the grasp of a Bremerton defender in the Wolves' 35-29 loss at Bremerton on Thursday.

PREP FOOTBALL: Friday’s scores from around the state

PREP FOOTBALL Friday night’s scores Kennedy Catholic 40, Port Angeles 7 East Jefferson 19, Vashon Island 0 Forks 32, Raymond 6 Neah Bay 72, Darrington… Continue reading

  • Oct 2, 2021
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Port Angeles' Max Baeder, right, races with Sequim's Colby Ellefson during a 3.1-mile Olympic League cross-country race at Voice of America at Dungeness Recreation Area. Ellefson ended up edging out Baeder for second place.
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Port Angeles' Max Baeder, right, races with Sequim's Colby Ellefson during a 3.1-mile Olympic League cross-country race at Voice of America at Dungeness Recreation Area. Ellefson ended up edging out Baeder for second place.

OUTDOORS: Still some saltwater salmon options left

The floating docks have been removed, the final downrigger cable has been reeled in and the last coho of September and the summer saltwater salmon… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Crab Fest 5K Fun Run set Oct. 9; Future Riders youth football recaps

The Crab Fest 5K Fun Run will be held along the Olympic Discovery Trail along the… Continue reading