SPORTS: Wilder Baseball takes three games from tough Kitsap Baseball

PORT ANGELES -- Wilder Baseball took advantage of last weekend's sunshine to take three of four games from powerhouse Kitsap Baseball. Wilder (10-4) lost the… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Free fishing weekend for anglers

DON'T BE FOOLED, it's a trap. The state can call it Free Fishing Weekend all it wants, but we know the score. Residents get to… Continue reading

Colorado to join expanding Pac-10 conference

PDN news sources The first big move in the pending realignment of college sports conferences has been made with the announcement today that Colorado is… Continue reading

  • Jun 10, 2010

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Low tides should help shellfish harvesting this weekend

TO LOOSELY QUOTE the Zombies, "It's the tide of the season for digg-ing." The lowest tides of the year hit the eastern edge of the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College hires new men’s basketball coach

PORT ANGELES -- A strong recruiter who emphasizes defense and up-tempo play was named the new head men's basketball coach at Peninsula College on Wednesday.… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Excited for Tiger Woods’ new video game

IT'S CERTAINLY NO Lee Carvello's Putting Challenge. There's no bated breath, and I'm not itching with anticipation, but I am excited to head to Sequim… Continue reading

SPORTS: Wilder Baseball sweeps Aberdeen Legion

ABERDEEN -- The Wilder Baseball team took advantage of Saturday's sunny weather to sweep a doubleheader from Aberdeen Legion. A doubleheader between the same teams… Continue reading

SPORTS: Experienced runners blow away the field at 2010 North Olympic Discovery Marathon

PORT ANGELES -- The top male and female runners are beyond their prime and neither expected to win the 2010 North Olympic Discovery Marathon on… Continue reading

SPORTS: In-house coach may be just the ticket for Roughrider football

THE PORT ANGELES High School football program desperately needs to be revived. Perhaps that makes Tom Wahl, who holds on doctorate in education from Baltimore-based… Continue reading

SPORTS: More details about the North Olympic Discovery Marathon this weekend

PORT ANGELES -- Runners of all ages, shapes and sizes will descend onto Clallam County for the eighth annual North Olympic Discovery Marathon on Sunday.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim man, 77, prepares for his 57th marathon with North Olympic Discovery event this weekend

PORT ANGELES -- Chuck Milliman thought his first marathon in 1973 would be his last. "I told myself I would never punish myself like that… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Halibut fishing is hot in west

I THINK WE'VE seen this before. The same hot start enjoyed by halibut anglers in the eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca came west last… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Possible storm clouds ahead for Port Angeles Salmon Club’s halibut derby

PORT ANGELES SALMON Club members might have another struggle on their hands during the next 12 months. With the 10th edition of its annual halibut… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: That crystal ball is pretty clear

NOSTRADAMUS, I AM not, but I'm glad some of the predictions and prognostications found in my preseason high school golf columns came to fruition. Golfers… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Sequim sets area pace for state-level track, field

WHAT A RUN Sequim track and field is on. When Sequim's Mike Erickson won the high jump at the Class 3A state meet in 2000,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles angler wins 10th annual Port Angeles Salmon Club’s halibut derby

PORT ANGELES -- Ken Kirkman of Port Angeles smoked the field by 20 pounds at the 10th annual Port Angeles Salmon Club's halibut derby last… Continue reading

Locals dominate Port Angeles Halibut Derby ladder

PORT ANGELES -- The locals know best. That certainly was the case during the first day of the Port Angeles Salmon Club's 10th annual halibut… Continue reading

SPORTS: North Olympic Peninsula earns share of state track title hardware

The hardware came fast and furious for North Olympic Peninsula track and field athletes at this weekend's state meets. Four athletes won individual titles, while… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum loses state title with walk-off hit by Cashmere

YAKIMA -- The Chimacum baseball team narrowly missed out on its second Class 1A state title in four years this weekend. The Cowboys fell to… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Port Angeles Salmon Club’s 10th annual halibut derby this weekend

GO AHEAD AND throw a horseshoe on the end of that line. Not only are you going to need a little luck to bring in… Continue reading