STATE CROSS COUNTRY: PA’s Gladfelter finishes third; East Jefferson girls sixth

Port Angeles’ Jack Gladfelter finished third among 2A boys at the state cross-country championships, while the East Jefferson girls, missing their top runner,… Continue reading

DISTRICT SOCCER: Road ends for Roughriders in close loss to Lindbergh

Port Angeles’ season came to a close in windy conditions in a 1-0 loss against Lindbergh in the Class 2A District 2/3 Girls… Continue reading

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Neah Bay's Jullian Carrick (5) looks for running room against Winlock Friday night on the Spartan Stadium turf in Forks during this Class 1B playoff game.  Also in the action are Red Devils Charles Halttunen (12) and Jodell Wimberly (1).  Winlock's Dalton Noyes ( 54) and Logan Hall (20) were on the defense.

PREP FOOTBALL: Neah Bay bashes Winlock to reach state tournament

Port Angeles wraps season with big win over Chief Sealth

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Neah Bay's Jullian Carrick (5) looks for running room against Winlock Friday night on the Spartan Stadium turf in Forks during this Class 1B playoff game.  Also in the action are Red Devils Charles Halttunen (12) and Jodell Wimberly (1).  Winlock's Dalton Noyes ( 54) and Logan Hall (20) were on the defense.

AREA SPORTS: Port Angeles-based volleyball club sets try outs for U10-U18 players

Sequim Little League 2023 season registration underway

Sequim Gazette photo by Emily Matthiessen / Sequim's Kendall Hastings (15) looks to hit past the block of Port Angeles' Jasmine Messinger in an Olympic League tournament game on Nov. 3 in Sequim. The host Wolves topped PA's Roughriders in three games.

VOLLEYBALL: Sequim tops Port Angeles in Olympic League semifinal rivalry rubber match

Sequim to face North Kitsap Saturday in Olympic League final

Sequim Gazette photo by Emily Matthiessen / Sequim's Kendall Hastings (15) looks to hit past the block of Port Angeles' Jasmine Messinger in an Olympic League tournament game on Nov. 3 in Sequim. The host Wolves topped PA's Roughriders in three games.
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Port Angeles' Anna Petty, front, weaves around the defense of Bremerton's Claire Warthen as Petty's teammate, Kennedy Rognlien looks on from behind on Wednesday at Wally Sigmar Field in Port Angeles.

PREPS: Port Angeles girls soccer rallies past Bremerton in district playoff win

Port Angeles shook off any lingering after effects of an awful first half, rallying with three second-half scores for a 3-1 win… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Anna Petty, front, weaves around the defense of Bremerton's Claire Warthen as Petty's teammate, Kennedy Rognlien looks on from behind on Wednesday at Wally Sigmar Field in Port Angeles.
Sequim’s Jennyfer Gomez, left, battles with a Clover Park midfielder in the Wolves’ 2-0 win in the West Central District tourney opener Tuesday at Wally Sigmar Field at Peninsula College. In the background is Sequim’s Eve Breithaupt (7). (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

PREP SOCCER PLAYOFFS: Sequim’s strategy results in victory; PA girls lose 1-0 on the road

Sequim’s game plan worked to perfection early as the Wolves stayed alive in the postseason with a 2-0 win over Clover Park… Continue reading

Sequim’s Jennyfer Gomez, left, battles with a Clover Park midfielder in the Wolves’ 2-0 win in the West Central District tourney opener Tuesday at Wally Sigmar Field at Peninsula College. In the background is Sequim’s Eve Breithaupt (7). (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

PREP VOLLEYBALL: PA spikers sweep Olympic in league tourney opener; Sequim next

The Port Angeles volleyball team swept Olympic 3-0 (25-14, 25-20, 25-17) in the opening round of the Olympic 2A League tournament. The… Continue reading

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The Peninsula College men's soccer team celebrates winning the North Region on Saturday with a 2-1 win over Skagit Valley.

PENINSULA COLLEGE SOCCER: North champs men and women prepare for NWAC playoffs Saturday

One team is looking to make history. The other one came out on top of the most brutal region in the Northwest… Continue reading

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The Peninsula College men's soccer team celebrates winning the North Region on Saturday with a 2-1 win over Skagit Valley.
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Ava Hairell tips the volleyball back over the net in their match Monday against North Mason. In on the play is Alaina Baublitz (4), Josephine Edgington (3) and is Lily Halberg (12).

PREP VOLLEYBALL: Port Angeles sweeps North Mason to lock up third place

The Port Angeles girls volleyball team swept North Mason 3-0 (25-10, 25-19, 25-19) to secure third place in the Olympic 2A League.… Continue reading

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Ava Hairell tips the volleyball back over the net in their match Monday against North Mason. In on the play is Alaina Baublitz (4), Josephine Edgington (3) and is Lily Halberg (12).
Garrett Little, Sequim tennis

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Garrett Little, Sequim boys tennis

Sequim’s Garrett Little will have to wait a few months to make noise at the state 2A boys tennis tournament, but based on his performance… Continue reading

Garrett Little, Sequim tennis

PREP SPORTS: Postseason kicks off tonight for PA, Sequim soccer and volleyball

Port Angeles football falls just short of district, but schedules extra game Friday

OUTDOORS: Olympic National Park reopens coastal rivers to fishing Tuesday

An emergency closure of recreational fishing in many rivers and streams at Olympic National Park will end at 12:01 am Tuesday. The… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Tim Deser, left, and teammate Alfonso Santos de Cruz, push down Skagit Valley's Oscar Ibarra for a penalty on Saturday in Port Angeles.

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men win North; women remain perfect

The Peninsula College men’s soccer team got a needed victory to secure a North Region championship Saturday, while the women completed another… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Tim Deser, left, and teammate Alfonso Santos de Cruz, push down Skagit Valley's Oscar Ibarra for a penalty on Saturday in Port Angeles.

DISTRICT CROSS-COUNTRY: Gladfelter, Manza both win district

PA boys, Sequim girls, both EJ teams to state

Quilcene’s Deakon Budnek (95) rumbles through the Crescent defense for a long gainer. Pursuing on the play for Crescent is Tommy Leonard (62) and  Jeremy Charles (55). (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP FOOTBALL: Quilcene locks up No. 2 seed with win over Crescent

The Quilcene Rangers football team grabbed second place in the Northwest B League with a 50-6 win over Crescent this weekend. Crescent is… Continue reading

Quilcene’s Deakon Budnek (95) rumbles through the Crescent defense for a long gainer. Pursuing on the play for Crescent is Tommy Leonard (62) and  Jeremy Charles (55). (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
Forks' Chloe Gaydeski-St. John (6) hits against Toledo's Eden Jones (13) Saturday afternoon in Forks during the District IV 2B tournament. Also in the action are Forks' Erika Williams (left) and Kaidence Rigby. Forks defeated the Riverhawks 3-1 but split on the day with a loss to Adna 3-1. Forks is still alive in the postseason and is scheduled to play Ilwaco in Ocosta at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim’s Garrett Little wins district tennis title; Forks splits in playoff volleyball

Sequim’s Garrett Little won the boys West Central District championship, outlasting Jack Wang of Sammamish 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 in the title match. Little… Continue reading

Forks' Chloe Gaydeski-St. John (6) hits against Toledo's Eden Jones (13) Saturday afternoon in Forks during the District IV 2B tournament. Also in the action are Forks' Erika Williams (left) and Kaidence Rigby. Forks defeated the Riverhawks 3-1 but split on the day with a loss to Adna 3-1. Forks is still alive in the postseason and is scheduled to play Ilwaco in Ocosta at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
Sequim's Sam Fitzgerald, left, looks for running room as Aiden Gockerell looks to provide a block in the Wolves' season-finale against Bremerton on oct. 28. Fitzgerald had three first half touchdowns. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Sequim's Sam Fitzgerald, left, looks for running room as Aiden Gockerell looks to provide a block in the Wolves' season-finale against Bremerton on oct. 28. Fitzgerald had three first half touchdowns. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Sequim's Sammie Bacon, left, and Kendall Hastings attempt to defend against a shot by Kingston's Grace Mosco as Kingston libero Lily Wright looks on during the Wolves 3-0 senior night victory on Thursday.

VOLLEYBALL: Senior night sweep seals second place for Sequim

Sequim took care of business, locking up second place in the Olympic League with a 25-13, 25-22, 25-19 senior night volleyball sweep of… Continue reading

Sequim's Sammie Bacon, left, and Kendall Hastings attempt to defend against a shot by Kingston's Grace Mosco as Kingston libero Lily Wright looks on during the Wolves 3-0 senior night victory on Thursday.
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Sequim teammates, from left, Jenny Gomez, Jenna Mason, Hailey Wagner (obscured) and Aliyah Weber celebrate Raimey Brewer, front, after her early goal put the Wolves up 1-0 on Kingston on Thursday.

GIRLS SOCCER: Sequim wins big on senior night

Port Angeles rallies back for senior night success

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Sequim teammates, from left, Jenny Gomez, Jenna Mason, Hailey Wagner (obscured) and Aliyah Weber celebrate Raimey Brewer, front, after her early goal put the Wolves up 1-0 on Kingston on Thursday.