Sequim High head coach Greg Glasser, center, talks to Isaiah Moore, left, and Erik Christiansen during a timeout in the Wolves’ 51-46 win over North Mason in January 2020. (Olympic Peninsula News Group file photo)

PREP BASKETBALL: Longtime Sequim boys coach Greg Glasser stepping away

Longest tenure of any high school basketball coach on the Peninsula

Sequim High head coach Greg Glasser, center, talks to Isaiah Moore, left, and Erik Christiansen during a timeout in the Wolves’ 51-46 win over North Mason in January 2020. (Olympic Peninsula News Group file photo)
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Lefties' Golden Tate hits into an RBI double as Bend catcher Isah Burk looks on during the first inning on Tuesday evening at Port Angeles Civic Field.

LEFTIES: Former Seahawk Golden Tate thrills Civic Field with his baseball skills

Tate hits an RBI double, scores a run, steals a base and makes a diving grab

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Lefties' Golden Tate hits into an RBI double as Bend catcher Isah Burk looks on during the first inning on Tuesday evening at Port Angeles Civic Field.
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Lefties' center fielder Golden Tate rolls on the ground after making a diving catch in the top of the third to end Bend's half of the inning on Tuesday in Port Angeles.
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Lefties' center fielder Golden Tate rolls on the ground after making a diving catch in the top of the third to end Bend's half of the inning on Tuesday in Port Angeles.
The Sunland Women’s Golf Association  held its yearly Captain’s Luncheon earlier this month. The event was attended by 37 SWGA members honoring 14 past captains. Former captains, are top row, from left, Sherry Meythaler, Dana Burback, Linda Beatty, Cheryl Coulter, Shirley Mulikin, Judy Nordyke, Christie Wilson, Cecil Black and front row, Janet Real, M.J. Anderson, Patricia Forgard and Nonie Dunphy.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: SunLand Women’s Golf Association celebrates past captains

Level the Field golf tournament and Jefferson County youth soccer registration

The Sunland Women’s Golf Association  held its yearly Captain’s Luncheon earlier this month. The event was attended by 37 SWGA members honoring 14 past captains. Former captains, are top row, from left, Sherry Meythaler, Dana Burback, Linda Beatty, Cheryl Coulter, Shirley Mulikin, Judy Nordyke, Christie Wilson, Cecil Black and front row, Janet Real, M.J. Anderson, Patricia Forgard and Nonie Dunphy.
Port Angeles football player Daniel Cable signed to play with George Fox University in Newberg, Ore., on Monday. His Roughrider coaches all attended the ceremony. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Angeles football player Daniel Cable signed to play with George Fox University in Newberg, Ore., on Monday. His Roughrider coaches all attended the ceremony. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)
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Golden Tate celebrates after the Seattle Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014. Tate, who also played baseball in college at Notre Dame, will play for the Port Angeles Lefties tonight at Civic Field.

LEFTIES: Former Seahawks wide reciver, Super Bowl champ Golden Tate signs with Port Angeles

Tate played baseball at Notre Dame, drafted by two MLB teams

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Golden Tate celebrates after the Seattle Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014. Tate, who also played baseball in college at Notre Dame, will play for the Port Angeles Lefties tonight at Civic Field.
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Wilder's Colton Romero bats in the second inning against Lakeside BR on Saturday in Port Angeles. Wilder won three out of four games this weekend at Civic Field.
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Wilder's Colton Romero bats in the second inning against Lakeside BR on Saturday in Port Angeles. Wilder won three out of four games this weekend at Civic Field.

ADVENTURE SPORTS: Big Hurt registration now open

Registration is now open for the Big Hurt multi-sport race which takes place in and around Port Angeles on Sept. 22. The… Continue reading

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Wilder second baseman Payton Cagey, left, tags out Lakeside Recovery baserunner Luke Reynolds, who was caught in a rundown between first and second on Saturday at Port Angeles Civic Field.

AMERICAN LEGION: Wilder off to solid start

Seniors win two of three over weekend

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Wilder second baseman Payton Cagey, left, tags out Lakeside Recovery baserunner Luke Reynolds, who was caught in a rundown between first and second on Saturday at Port Angeles Civic Field.
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WEST COAST BASEBALL: Lefties salvage final game against Edmonton

The Port Angeles Lefties salvaged the final game Sunday of their three-game series against the Edmonton Riverhawks, getting great pitching and a… Continue reading

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Kiwanis claimed the North Olympic Baseball and Softball 16U softball title Wednesday night with a 9-4 win over KONP. 
Team members are, back row from left, Kiana Grippo, Becca Manson, Maryrose Halberg, Hannah Hairell, Mya Hartman, Angelica Sullivan, front row Abby Rudd, Natalie Thompson, Lily Thomas, Kennedy Rognlien and catcher Alexis Perry lying down. 
Kiwanis is coached by Christine Halberg, Casey Rudd and Hannah Hairell.

16U Softball Championship: Kiwanis tunes out KONP

Multi-hit games from Lily Thomas, Abby Rudd, Mya Hartman Maryrose Halberg and Natalie Thompson.

Kiwanis claimed the North Olympic Baseball and Softball 16U softball title Wednesday night with a 9-4 win over KONP. 
Team members are, back row from left, Kiana Grippo, Becca Manson, Maryrose Halberg, Hannah Hairell, Mya Hartman, Angelica Sullivan, front row Abby Rudd, Natalie Thompson, Lily Thomas, Kennedy Rognlien and catcher Alexis Perry lying down. 
Kiwanis is coached by Christine Halberg, Casey Rudd and Hannah Hairell.

AREA SPORTS: PAHS Youth Volleyball camp set July 25-27

PC hosting youth basketball camps for ages 7-13

Puget Sound Anglers

A Dungeness crab discussion will be presented by members of the North Olympic Peninsula chapter of Puget Sound Anglers at Wednesday's club meeting at the Sequim Elks Lodge.

OUTDOORS: Fishing, clamming free this weekend

Work begins on stretch of Quillayute River June 20

Puget Sound Anglers

A Dungeness crab discussion will be presented by members of the North Olympic Peninsula chapter of Puget Sound Anglers at Wednesday's club meeting at the Sequim Elks Lodge.
Port Angeles Lefties.
Port Angeles Lefties.
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Peninsula's Hope Glasser heads for the lane past Shoreline's Gracie Browning on Wednesday at Peninsula College. 2021 FILE

PENINSULA COLLEGE: Sequim’s Hope Glasser wins Art Feiro Award

Port Angeles’ Gary Johnson also honored in Peninsula College’s end-of-year awards

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Peninsula's Hope Glasser heads for the lane past Shoreline's Gracie Browning on Wednesday at Peninsula College. 2021 FILE
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Westport’s Rylan Politika slides into second base but is met by Forks’ shortstop Dylan Micheau with the ball already in his glove for the out during the Olympic Junior Babe Ruth Championship at Volunteer Field.
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Westport’s Rylan Politika slides into second base but is met by Forks’ shortstop Dylan Micheau with the ball already in his glove for the out during the Olympic Junior Babe Ruth Championship at Volunteer Field.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles youth basketball camp set June 20-23

Forks hosting 3 on 3 hoops tourney over Fourth of July weekend

Ben Clemens slides safely into home as the Eagles catcher Felix Gonzales is a little late getting the ball from the outfield to make the tag. Ben Clemens scored the Elks both runs but they came up short as the Eagles flew past them 7 to 2 in the championship game Tuesday at the Lincoln Park complex dlogan

CAL RIPKEN: Eagles win 12U city championship

The Eagles won the 12U Cal Ripken Port Angeles city championship with a 7-2 win Tuesday night over the Elks. Parker Pavlak… Continue reading

Ben Clemens slides safely into home as the Eagles catcher Felix Gonzales is a little late getting the ball from the outfield to make the tag. Ben Clemens scored the Elks both runs but they came up short as the Eagles flew past them 7 to 2 in the championship game Tuesday at the Lincoln Park complex dlogan
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PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Former Seattle Seahawk to play for Lefties

The Port Angeles Lefties plan to announce Tuesday that a former member of the Seattle Seahawks has been signed to play for… Continue reading

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PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Lefties shut out by AppleSox

A day after a bad game on the mound for the Port Angeles Lefties pitching staff, the Lefties got great pitching performances Tuesday,… Continue reading

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