Adrian Brown, Sequim track and field.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Adrian Brown, Sequim track and field

Adrian Brown has quietly put together a dominant season in track and field this spring. Brown specializes in the hurdles but will also run sprints… Continue reading

Adrian Brown, Sequim track and field.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Four PA, Sequim players make all-Olympic League baseball first team

Port Angeles got three players on the baseball all-Olympic League first team, while Sequim’s Connor Bear made the first team. Making the first… Continue reading

Sequim's Malory Morey returns a volley with teammate Jordan Hegtvedt in the background in the West-Central District 3 tennis tournament held this weekend in Bremerton. Morey and Hegtvedt won two matches at district. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

DISTRICT GIRLS TENNIS: Sequim’s Hastings finishes second

Sequim’s Kendall Hastings won three matches to come in second place at the 2A West Central District 3 girls tennis tournament this weekend.… Continue reading

Sequim's Malory Morey returns a volley with teammate Jordan Hegtvedt in the background in the West-Central District 3 tennis tournament held this weekend in Bremerton. Morey and Hegtvedt won two matches at district. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Sequim's Riley Pyeatt (1) won the 400, 800, 1,600 and anchored the Wolves' 4x400 girls relay team that took first at the 2A West-Central District 3 track and field meet in Belfair. (Michel Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

DISTRICT TRACK: Pyeatt dominates; Sequim girls second

East Jefferson boys and girls second at 1A meet

Sequim's Riley Pyeatt (1) won the 400, 800, 1,600 and anchored the Wolves' 4x400 girls relay team that took first at the 2A West-Central District 3 track and field meet in Belfair. (Michel Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Sequim softball players relax after swamping Sammamish 21-1 in the Class 2A West Central District Softball Tournament at the RAC in Lacey. The Wolves sealed a state tournament berth with the win.
Sequim softball players relax after swamping Sammamish 21-1 in the Class 2A West Central District Softball Tournament at the RAC in Lacey. The Wolves sealed a state tournament berth with the win.
Courtesy of Riley Nachtrieb
Ultramarathoner Riley Nachtrieb of Seattle, left, recently became the first person to run the Olympic Discovery Trail's entire length from Port Townsend to La Push non-stop, finishing the 135-mile journey in 41 hours 29 minutes.
Courtesy of Riley Nachtrieb
Ultramarathoner Riley Nachtrieb of Seattle, left, recently became the first person to run the Olympic Discovery Trail's entire length from Port Townsend to La Push non-stop, finishing the 135-mile journey in 41 hours 29 minutes.
Sequim softball players relax after swamping Sammamish 21-1 in the Class 2A West Central District Softball Tournament at the RAC in Lacey. The Wolves sealed a state tournament berth with the win.

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim and Port Angeles softball seal up state tournament berths with wins Friday

Sequim faces Fife, Port Angeles takes on Olympic Saturdays in semifinals

Sequim softball players relax after swamping Sammamish 21-1 in the Class 2A West Central District Softball Tournament at the RAC in Lacey. The Wolves sealed a state tournament berth with the win.
Washington Sea Grant Volunteers with Washington Sea Grant have captured a male European green crab Seabeck in Kitsap County, the first known detection of European green crabs in Hood Canal.

OUTDOORS: Invasive green crab found near Seabeck on Hood Canal

An invasive European green crab has been found for the first time in Hood Canal, the farthest southerly intrusion into the Salish Sea for this… Continue reading

Washington Sea Grant Volunteers with Washington Sea Grant have captured a male European green crab Seabeck in Kitsap County, the first known detection of European green crabs in Hood Canal.
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An excavator moves dirt on Thursday at the site of a pump track under construction at Erickson Playfield in Port Angeles. Volunteers are sought to help with asphalt installation from May 25 to June 1.

OUTDOORS: Port Angeles pump track project seeking volunteers May 25-June 1

Asphalt installation portion of new bicycle pump track

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An excavator moves dirt on Thursday at the site of a pump track under construction at Erickson Playfield in Port Angeles. Volunteers are sought to help with asphalt installation from May 25 to June 1.
Port Angeles’ Jack Gladfelter pulls away from the pack to win the boys 1600m race on Thursday at Port Angeles High School. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

TRACK AND FIELD: Area hopefuls seek state marks at Friday and Saturday’s district meets

District championships abound this weekend for North Olympic Peninsula track and field athletes from Class 1B through Class 2A. Sequim and Port Angeles… Continue reading

Port Angeles’ Jack Gladfelter pulls away from the pack to win the boys 1600m race on Thursday at Port Angeles High School. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Lefties seek voice for 2022 season

The Port Angeles Lefties are seeking local talent to broadcast every home game this summer from Civic Field. The team is looking… Continue reading

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Sequim's Hannah Wagner signs to play college for the Peninsula College Pirates and poses with her teammates and coach Kanyon Anderson.

COLLEGE SOCCER: Sequim’s Hannah Wagner signs to play at Peninsula College

The pipeline of North Olympic Peninsula sports stars going on to Peninsula College continued this week with Sequim’s Hannah Wagner signing to… Continue reading

Peninsula College
Sequim's Hannah Wagner signs to play college for the Peninsula College Pirates and poses with her teammates and coach Kanyon Anderson.
PA’s Edun Bailey sinks a 10 foot putt for a birdie on the 5th green dlogan

DISTRICT GOLF: Port Angeles’ Flores, Bailey co-champs

Pair will join a contingent of Port Angeles girls, Sequim golfers at state tourney

PA’s Edun Bailey sinks a 10 foot putt for a birdie on the 5th green dlogan
The Rhody Run returns Sunday with 5K and 10K races beginning at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Rhody Run Redux registration still open

Online registration for the Jefferson Healthcare Rhody Run Redux ends at 11:59 p.m. today, but there will continue to be in-person registration… Continue reading

The Rhody Run returns Sunday with 5K and 10K races beginning at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.

JUNIOR BABE RUTH: Swain’s wins pair of games

Swain’s defeated Local 155 10-7 and pushed into a tie for first place with Local in Junior Babe Ruth action Monday. Luke… Continue reading

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Sequim's Michaela Green swings at a pitch from Port Angeles' Teagan Clark as catcher Zoe Smithson waits for the delivery on Friday in Port Angeles. Both teams will be playing at the Bi-district tournament and both teams start off one win away from qualifying for state.

PREP SOFTBALL: Port Angeles No. 1 seed at district; Sequim No. 6

The Port Angeles softball team got a No. 1 seed at the Bi-district tournament that begins Friday and Sequim also received a nice… Continue reading

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Sequim's Michaela Green swings at a pitch from Port Angeles' Teagan Clark as catcher Zoe Smithson waits for the delivery on Friday in Port Angeles. Both teams will be playing at the Bi-district tournament and both teams start off one win away from qualifying for state.
Kennedy Bruch signs a letter of intent to play volleyball and run track at St. Augustine's College in Raleigh, N.C. with her father Jesse Bruch, mother Alissa Bruch and brother Jack Bruch. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

COLLEGE SIGNING: Roughrider Kennedy Bruch headed to St. Augustine’s in N.C.

Port Angeles’ Kennedy Bruch brought out a big crowd of supporters who spoke not only about her athleticism, but her determination and… Continue reading

Kennedy Bruch signs a letter of intent to play volleyball and run track at St. Augustine's College in Raleigh, N.C. with her father Jesse Bruch, mother Alissa Bruch and brother Jack Bruch. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT: (Updated with viewing info) Sequim to face Burlington-Edison on Wednesday

The Sequim boys soccer team will play familiar foe Burlington-Edison in the first round of the state 2A tournament at 6 p.m. Wednesday… Continue reading

From left, Port Angeles head girls basketball coach Michael Poindexter, Eve Burke and assistant coach Jennifer Rogers at Burke's signing to play for Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

COLLEGE SIGNING: PA’s Eve Burke to hoop it up for Linfield

Port Angeles’ Eve Burke was lauded not only for her success in finding a way to score against bigger opponents, but for… Continue reading

From left, Port Angeles head girls basketball coach Michael Poindexter, Eve Burke and assistant coach Jennifer Rogers at Burke's signing to play for Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)