PREP SOFTBALL: Roughriders take district title over Sequim; both to state

The Port Angeles and Sequim softball girls have certainly grown familiar with each other. The Roughriders and Wolves played an unprecedented five times… Continue reading

TRACK AND FIELD: Port Angeles girls, Sequim boys win district

The Sequim boys and Port Angeles girls won the West Central District III 2A track and field championship, with the Roughriders roaring back… Continue reading

PLAYOFF TENNIS: Chimacum and Sequim duos win district doubles’ titles

The Olympic Peninsula has a pair of doubles’ tennis champions headed to the 1A and 2A state tennis meets next weekend. The Chimacum… Continue reading

BASEBALL: Lefties looking for host families

With less than two weeks before first pitch, the Port Angeles Lefties find themselves in a… Continue reading

DISTRICT TRACK MEETS: Sequim boys, Port Angeles girls win WCD III 2A meet

Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend, Chimacum results from Friday’s WCD III track meets.

PREP FOOTBALL: Forks picks former Washington Husky Trevor Highfield as head coach

Trevor Highfield should fit in pretty well in Forks. Highfield, the son of an iron-worker and commercial… Continue reading

STATE BASEBALL: Outstanding Port Angeles season ends in one-run loss at state

Port Angeles held the lead late, but stumbled in the sixth inning and was eliminated from the… Continue reading

DISTRICT SOFTBALL: Port Angeles and Sequim go 2-0 Friday, advance to state

All four Olympic League teams qualify for state tournament

STATE SOCCER: Sequim comes oh, so close in heartbreaking 3-2 loss to Woodland

Sequim came tantalizingly close to taking its match with Woodland to overtime, but in the end, a post, a diving save and… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: Six area golfers join three already headed to state

Neah Bay, Clallam Bay and Crescent Tri-District track and field results and Forks softball

OUTDOORS: Behemoth of a bass caught in Lake Leland

A FISH TALE rarely told of the relatively cold-water lakes in this state recently occurred at Lake Leland near Quilcene. An unknown angler with a… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Additional halibut openings expected to be announced

NOTHING HAS BEEN officially announced, but Brandon Mason of Mason’s Olson Resort in Sekiu (360-963-2311) expects more time on the water to hunt for halibut… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS: Youth bike rodeo Saturday in Sequim; Youth five-a-side soccer tourney in Port Angeles

The Olympic Peninsula Bicycle Alliance will hold its second annual bike rodeo Saturday from 11 a.m.… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASEBALL: Port Angeles teammates sign with Umpqua

Shortshop Gavin Guerrero and left-hander Seth Scofield ink letters of intent

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                                Forks’ Hugo Sandoval, right, controls the ball against Klahowya’s Logan Brunson during Tuesday’s Class 1A state soccer tournament game at Spartan Stadium.

STATE SOCCER: Seasons come to an end for Forks, Port Angeles

A youthful Forks boys soccer team fell 5-1 to Klahowya in the opening round of… Continue reading

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                                Forks’ Hugo Sandoval, right, controls the ball against Klahowya’s Logan Brunson during Tuesday’s Class 1A state soccer tournament game at Spartan Stadium.

STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT: Wolves’ defense has put up a wall all season

Sequim hosts state game with Woodland at Peninsula College at 6 p.m. Wednesday

PLAYOFF SOFTBALL: Port Angeles tops Sequim for second seed

Mistakes are magnified and penalized in the postseason and Port Angeles made Sequim pay more dearly for its miscues in a 9-2… Continue reading

PREP PLAYOFFS: Peninsula teams prepare for district, state tournaments

Quilcene softball, champions of the Sea-Tac 1B League will get to host its first-round Bi-District playoff game at 4:15 p.m. Thursday. The Rangers… Continue reading