SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team beats division-leading Shoreline to make the playoffs

PORT ANGELES -- Peter Stewart stared at the stat shaking his head, his tie undone and brow still wet with sweat. Amid the afterglow of… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREPS NOTEBOOK: A culture of basketball for Neah Bay

BASKETBALL IS KING in Neah Bay. Sure, the Red Devils are competitive in football, volleyball and track. But it is high school hoops that has… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Spring fever hits North Olympic Peninsula courses

THE SUNBEAM INFUSION of the past week has provided more than a good dose of Vitamin D. It's given golfers no excuse not to hit… Continue reading

SPORTS: Capital beats Port Angeles in a girls basketball bi-district seeding game; other prep reports

OLYMPIA -- The Port Angeles girls basketball team played three solid quarters in its sub-district seeding game against Capital on Tuesday night. Yet the Roughriders… Continue reading

SPORTS: Five North Olympic Peninsula wrestlers place at state championships

TACOMA -- Brett Johnson sat alone in the corner of the Tacoma Dome. Tears welled up in his eyes as he slowly untied his wrestling… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S STATE NOTEBOOK: Semifinal matches are toughest in the state tournament

FORGET ABOUT THE finals. The biggest pressure cooker at the Mat Classic comes a round earlier. As any North Olympic Peninsula high school wrestling coach… Continue reading

BREAKING SPORTS: Half of Peninsula’s wrestling contingent enters today’s competition

TACOMA — Half of the North Olympic Peninsula's wrestling contingent remains alive at Mat Classic XXII after one day of competition, with three wrestlers still… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Is this the time for your big steelie?

THE MONTH OF the monsters is nearly upon us. Yes, March Madness is about to take over the West End, and it has nothing to… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Time for the monster steelheads on West End

THE MONTH OF the monsters is nearly upon us. Yes, March Madness is about to take over the West End, and it has nothing to… Continue reading

SPORTS: Nine North Olympic Peninsula wrestlers start state championships today

TACOMA -- Nine high school wrestlers from the North Olympic Peninsula are aiming for state medals starting today at Mat Classic XXII in the Tacoma… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend boys and girls basketball teams advance in playoffs with wins

PORT TOWNSEND -- It's playoff time. And few teams on the North Olympic Peninsula get it done quite like the Port Townsend boys basketball team… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend wrestling coach Joey Johnson and son, Brett, seek state wrestling title

PORT TOWNSEND -- Few are better acquainted with the challenges of surviving the Mat Classic than the Johnsons. Port Townsend's royal family of high school… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Port Ludlow Golf Club course rated in state top 10

CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN order for Director of Golf Vito DeSantis and all of his employees at Port Ludlow Golf Club. The course's Tide and Timber… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles boys basketball team rips Klahowya in tune-up for seeding game; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles High School's boys basketball team tuned up for the playoffs with a 16-point win over Klahowya on Tuesday night. The… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim boys swimming and diving, and Port Angeles gymnastics teams send athletes to state

RENTON -- Sequim High School qualified six swimmers and divers at the West Central District meet Saturday for the Class 2A state boys swimming championships.… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: State allows Port Angeles halibut derby in May

THAT VOID YOU feel? That's the emptiness left behind by the exclusion of the Discovery Bay Salmon Derby from this year's Presidents Day weekend festivities.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks splits boys and girls basketball games with Rochester

ROCHESTER -- The Forks High School girls basketball team ended its season on a high note Thursday night, running away with a solid victory over… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Peninsula Cup tournament, which could involve every golf course on the Peninsula, is set for May 22

I BORED SOME ladies attending my friend's Super Bowl party about half an hour before kickoff on Sunday. While not particularly breaking news, considering I… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles boys basketball beats North Mason to punch ticket to playoffs

PORT ANGELES -- North Mason might have the Olympic League's best post player in John Fullington. But in Tuesday night's clash with Port Angeles, it… Continue reading

SPORTS: Prep wrestlers headed to regionals

A ton of area wrestlers are heading to the regional championships next weekend after making it through the first big test of the postseason Saturday.… Continue reading