SPORTS: Peninsula College hires coach for its new women’s soccer team

PORT ANGELES -- Peninsula College has named Kanyon Anderson its new head women's soccer coach -- and he is wasting no time building a team… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: The link between Chicago Cubs fans and fly fishing

CHICAGO CUBS FANS beget Cubs fans. And this, as most baseball fans will tell you, is a form of child abuse. It’s a problem that… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: The link between the Chicago Cubs fans and fly fishing

CHICAGO CUBS FANS beget Cubs fans. And this, as most baseball fans will tell you, is a form of child abuse. It's a problem that… Continue reading

SPORTS: Ex-Mariner Boone to manage Victoria pro team

VICTORIA -- Former Seattle Mariners second baseman Bret Boone has been hired as the manager for the Victoria Seals, a Golden Baseball League team. The… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTEBOOK: Rays of spring sunshine on Peninsula’s athletic scene

SPRING CAN'T COME soon enough on the North Olympic Peninsula. Given the way the winter prep sports season came to an end -- basketball in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team loses tournament game

The Peninsula College men's basketball team took a thumping in the first round of the NWAACC Tournament, losing to Tacoma Community College 75-49 Saturday. "We… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Hurricane Ridge contest for snowboarding videos

“AMERICA’S FUNNIEST HOME” videos can take a back seat. Here comes another amateur movie contest sure to leave Bob Saget muttering mischievously. It’s the Videolympics;… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Hurricane Ridge contest for snowboarding videos

"AMERICA'S FUNNIEST HOME" videos can take a back seat. Here comes another amateur movie contest sure to leave Bob Saget muttering mischievously. It's the Videolympics;… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team to start NWACC tournament

KENNEWICK -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team has a spot in the big dance. That's all that matters to Pirates head coach Peter Stewart,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim’s Rutherford leads Peninsula College into NWACC tournament

PORT ANGELES -- Ryan Rutherford has spent a lot of time in the background during his basketball career. The Sequim Middle School varsity basketball coach… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles girls’ title hopes fade in 52-40 loss

AUBURN -- The Port Angeles girls basketball team's state tournament dreams faded away in yet another disappointing playoff loss Wednesday night. Port Angeles fell to… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Ups, downs of salmon fishing

SALMON SNOBS HAVE reason to rejoice, sort of. State Department of Fish and Wildlife officials expect an increase in chinook salmon returns on the coast… Continue reading

SPORTS: Area fighters gear up for Mixed Martial Arts battle at 7 Cedars Casino on Saturday night

BLYN -- Two Port Angeles fighters will step into the ring for the first time at 7 Cedars Casino in a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)… Continue reading

SPORTS: Final season for Peninsula College softball team; women’s soccer to replace it in fall

PORT ANGELES -- Diamonds aren't forever at Peninsula College. The Pirates softball team will play its final season, at least for the foreseeable future, this… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay girls win third straight state title

YAKIMA -- The Neah Bay girls basketball team is starting to make a habit of this. The Red Devils (23-2 overall) claimed their third state… Continue reading

SPORTS: Pirates 4th seed

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team is headed to the NWAACC Championship Tournament as the North Division No. 4 seed. The Pirates… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles’ slow start leads to bi-district doom; girls lose, too

AUBURN -- A slow start doomed the Port Angeles boys basketball team in its loser-out West Central/Southwest Washington Bi-District game Friday night. SPSL power Franklin… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay girls stay alive in Class 1B state tournament while boys lose heartbreaker

YAKIMA -- The Neah Bay boys basketball team lost a heartbreaker to get eliminated from the Class 1B state tournament while the girls squad stayed… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles boys and girls basketball teams are a step away from Class 3A state tournament

The high school basketball playoffs have not been kind to the North Olympic Peninsula. A week that started with five state tournament hopefuls -- outside… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay boys and girls basketball teams lose in first round at state 1B tourney; Port Townsend boys lose tri-district game

YAKIMA -- Both the Neah Bay boys and girls basketball teams had a rough time in the first round of the state Class 1B playoffs… Continue reading