DISTRICT SOCCER: Sequim clinches a return trip to state

Sequim is headed back to the Class 2A girls soccer state tournament after a 5-3 penalty-kick shootout win over Orting on Tuesday night… Continue reading

DISTRICT SOCCER: Port Angeles dominates Steilacoom to earn state tournament berth

Long, Reetz, Wenzl each net two goals for Roughriders

OUTDOORS: Lingcod schedule key to enticing halibut anglers

NOT ALL AS it seems in the initial 2020 halibut season fishery. The proposal, which still has regulatory hoops to jump through, would allow for… Continue reading

GOLF: Skyridge hosts Battle at the Ridge

SKYRIDGE GOLF COURSE in Sequim will host its second annual Battle at The Ridge, a two-day, two-person best ball tournament, this weekend. An 18-hole practice… Continue reading

THINGS WE LEARNED: Future is bright for young Cowboys

Covering an area rivalry is always a 50/50 proposition as one of the teams is guaranteed to leave disappointed. And after last… Continue reading

STATE CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS: Huge Peninsula contingent off to Pasco

A huge contingent of runners from the North Olympic Peninsula will be making the trip to Pasco this weekend to compete in… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Derek Bowechop, Port Angeles football

Derek Bowechop took matters into his own hands on Friday to help the Roughriders football team win 25-20 over the North Mason Bulldogs. North Mason… Continue reading

CROSS COUNTRY: Sequim’s Riley Pyeatt runs to West Central District crown

Sequim cross-country runner Riley Pyeatt has added a district championship to go along with the Olympic League championship she picked up last… Continue reading

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                                Quilcene’s Bishop Budnek runs against Muckleshoot on Saturday in the Rangers’ 58-6 win.

PREP FOOTBALL: Rangers run roughshod; Crescent and Clallam Bay win

The Quilcene Rangers finished their regular season undefeated in the Sea-Tac 1B League with a huge 58-6 win over Muckleshoot. With their league… Continue reading

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                                Quilcene’s Bishop Budnek runs against Muckleshoot on Saturday in the Rangers’ 58-6 win.

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim soccer girls win playoff opener; PA’s Whitman and Hall on to state tennis tourney

The Sequim soccer girls are within one victory of qualifying for the 2A state tournament two years in a row after a 4-1… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Sequim earns second seed; Port Angeles defense steps up big in finale; Neah Bay earns huge win over Lummi

Despite all the success the Sequim Wolves have had this season, there was actually a chance that if they lost Friday night against… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Port Townsend tops Chimacum on final play (WITH VIDEO)

Tracer’s last-gasp pass while in the grasp lifts Redhawks

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS: Port Townsend tops rival Chimacum on desperation halfback pass on game’s final play (With video of the game-winning TD)

It’s not wrestling season just yet for Port Townsend senior Dylan Tracer. Tracer, a state-placing grappler during the winter for the Redhawks,… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Quimper Quarrel on tap at Memorial Field

Chimacum-Port Townsend rivalry heads up weekend contests

OUTDOORS: Hatchery coho return slowing on Dungeness River

The fall push of hatchery coho up the Dungeness River has slowed to not much more than a trickle in the last week. That’s the… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Youth football semifinals set Saturday in Sequim

Port Angeles pickleball benefit raising funds for newborn baby with hole in heart

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men and women enjoy shutout victories to cap regular season

Peninsula College’s North Region champion men’s and women’s soccer teams each completed the regular season with shutout victories over Everett on Wednesday. Sam… Continue reading

GIRLS SOCCER: Port Angeles captures Olympic League crown

Host playoff game Tuesday at Peninsula College

OUTDOORS: Preliminary halibut season adds days to calendar

A draft halibut season structure that features additional time on the water for halibut anglers in Marine Areas 6-10 next April and more consecutive openings… Continue reading