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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.
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Port Angeles' Zoe Smithson rounds first base against Central Kitsap. Smithson hit two home runs in Monday's 10-0 win and is batting .651 on the season.
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Port Angeles' Zoe Smithson rounds first base against Central Kitsap. Smithson hit two home runs in Monday's 10-0 win and is batting .651 on the season.
Port Angeles Marathon Association
Mother and daughter, Katie and Audrey Rudd of Port Angeles, run in the 5K Railroad Bridge Run on Saturday.

ADVENTURE SPORTS: More than 300 compete in Railroad Bridge Run

More than 300 participants ran the Olympic Discovery Trail from Carlsborg to Sequim in the Railroad Bridge Run this weekend, the second leg… Continue reading

Port Angeles Marathon Association
Mother and daughter, Katie and Audrey Rudd of Port Angeles, run in the 5K Railroad Bridge Run on Saturday.

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula women shut out Skagit Valley 1-0

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team got a long-range goal from defender Tommylia Dunbar in the first half and held on for… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of Jessica Lancaster 
From left, back row, coach Jay Marazon, Stella Fradkin, Madison Wilkinson, Emma Desjardin, Maddie Walton, assistant coach Rob Walton, Mariah Traband, Alayna Marazon, Lilly Lancaster, and assistant coach Jack Waknitz. From left, front row, Brooklynn Schmidt, Madigan Ordona, Emma Rhodes, Cela Waknitz, Lila Nix and Peyton Smith.

STORM KING SOCCER: Avalanche girls finish second at Founders Cup

The Storm King FC Avalanche Girls 2010 team finished second in the Washington Youth Soccer 2021 Founders Cup held over… Continue reading

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From left, back row, coach Jay Marazon, Stella Fradkin, Madison Wilkinson, Emma Desjardin, Maddie Walton, assistant coach Rob Walton, Mariah Traband, Alayna Marazon, Lilly Lancaster, and assistant coach Jack Waknitz. From left, front row, Brooklynn Schmidt, Madigan Ordona, Emma Rhodes, Cela Waknitz, Lila Nix and Peyton Smith.
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Port Angeles' Porter Litle, front, races with Bremerton's Jeffery Pickering for the ball on Saturday in Port Angeles.

PREP ROUNDUP: Port Angeles soccer team bounces back; (Updated) Neah Bay football romps over Darrington

The Port Angeles soccer team snapped a five-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over Bremerton on Senior Day. Coach Chris Saari… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Porter Litle, front, races with Bremerton's Jeffery Pickering for the ball on Saturday in Port Angeles.
Sequim's Riley Pyeatt and Port Angeles's Lauren Larson go toe-to-toe in the 800. Pyeatt won the race by two seconds, but Larson came back to win the 3,200 as Pyeatt and Larson combined to win the 400, 800, 1,600 and 3,200. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

TRACK AND FIELD: Pyeatt, Larson dominate distance events

Sequim girls finish third at 1A/2A/3A league meet

Sequim's Riley Pyeatt and Port Angeles's Lauren Larson go toe-to-toe in the 800. Pyeatt won the race by two seconds, but Larson came back to win the 3,200 as Pyeatt and Larson combined to win the 400, 800, 1,600 and 3,200. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula College women, men both win

Sequim’s Hope Glasser goes for 13 points and 12 rebounds

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Sequim's Kalli Wiker goes for the return in her match on Thursday against Port Angeles' Liberty Lauer at Sequim High School.

GIRLS TENNIS: Sequim beats PA in battle of unbeatens

In a matchup of Olympic League girls tennis unbeatens,, Sequim (9-0) remained at the top of the pack, extending its league unbeaten stretch… Continue reading

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Sequim's Kalli Wiker goes for the return in her match on Thursday against Port Angeles' Liberty Lauer at Sequim High School.
Port Angeles' Seth Woods tries to put the tag on North Kitsap's Colton Bower Friday in Poulsbo. The Roughriders won the game 9-4 after scoring eight runs in the seventh inning. (Mark Krulish/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

BASEBALL, SOFTBALL: Roughriders rally with eight runs in the seventh; PA girls crush opponents

The Port Angeles Roughriders had been handled for six innings by North Kitsap pitchers, but then erupted for eight runs in the top… Continue reading

Port Angeles' Seth Woods tries to put the tag on North Kitsap's Colton Bower Friday in Poulsbo. The Roughriders won the game 9-4 after scoring eight runs in the seventh inning. (Mark Krulish/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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Sequim's Riley Pyeatt runs neck-and-neck with Lillian Pruden of North Kitsap in the 100-meter race. She finished second in the 100 but set a school record time in the 400 at the Class 1A/2A/3A Olympic League Championships at Bremerton High School.

TRACK AND FIELD: Pyeatt breaks own school record; No. 1 in state in 400

East Jefferson, Sequim and Port Angeles athletes smashed personal records and earned Olympic League titles during the first day of the two-part Class… Continue reading

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Sequim's Riley Pyeatt runs neck-and-neck with Lillian Pruden of North Kitsap in the 100-meter race. She finished second in the 100 but set a school record time in the 400 at the Class 1A/2A/3A Olympic League Championships at Bremerton High School.

OUTDOORS: Salmon season quota numbers available

A number of the agreed-upon 2021-22 salmon season fisheries have been posted by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife after last week’s blanket salmon… Continue reading

Sequim's Melissa Porter and doubles partner Allie Gale (not pictured) take on a Bremerton team in Sequim on April 21.

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim senior netters saluted in sweep of Bremerton

Port Angeles, East Jefferson tennis also win

Sequim's Melissa Porter and doubles partner Allie Gale (not pictured) take on a Bremerton team in Sequim on April 21.
Sequim's Lainy Vig pitches during the Wolves' 6-2 win over North Kitsap on Wednesday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Sequim's Lainy Vig pitches during the Wolves' 6-2 win over North Kitsap on Wednesday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Railroad Bridge Park Run/Walk slated Saturday

The third annual Railroad Bridge Park Run, the Run the Peninsula organization’s next road race, will be held Saturday with… Continue reading

Port Angeles senior Myra Walker, seated, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Peninsula College. Walker is joined by from left, Peninsula head coach Alison Crumb and assistant coaches Gabi Fenumiai and Mike Knowles.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Port Angeles’ Myra Walker signs with Peninsula College

Port Angeles senior Myra Walker officially signed a letter of intent to play college basketball for head coach Alison Crumb and the… Continue reading

Port Angeles senior Myra Walker, seated, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Peninsula College. Walker is joined by from left, Peninsula head coach Alison Crumb and assistant coaches Gabi Fenumiai and Mike Knowles.
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Port Angeles' Ty Bradow makes it safely to second after a ball thrown to North Kitsap second baseman Zach Edwards goes wild in the second inning on Tuesday in Port Angeles.

PREP BASEBALL: Port Angeles earns a wild win over North Kitsap

Roughriders plunk, walk, steal and hit their way to comeback victory over Vikings

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Port Angeles' Ty Bradow makes it safely to second after a ball thrown to North Kitsap second baseman Zach Edwards goes wild in the second inning on Tuesday in Port Angeles.
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East Jefferson's Yarrow Dean, 22, stops the ball and keeps it from Klahowya's Oscar Peterson, 4,  during a Tuesday game at Memorial Field in Port Townsend. East Jefferson's Mark Anderson, left, watches the play unfold.

PREP ROUNDUP: Shorthanded East Jefferson edged by Klahowya

Limited by injuries to a pair of players and self-quarantine to two others, East Jefferson battled with Klahowya in a 2-0 boys… Continue reading

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East Jefferson's Yarrow Dean, 22, stops the ball and keeps it from Klahowya's Oscar Peterson, 4,  during a Tuesday game at Memorial Field in Port Townsend. East Jefferson's Mark Anderson, left, watches the play unfold.