COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates men, women get tough draws at NWAC Tourney

The Peninsula College basketball men and women will both have some pretty high-caliber opponents at the Northwest Athletic Conference coming up later… Continue reading

Matt Sagen A member of Atlas Athletes from Olympic leads the pack at the second annual Frosty Moss relay race held along the Olympic Peninsula on Saturday. Atlas Athletes won the 80-mile race in a time of 9 hours, 29 minutes, 15 seconds.
Matt Sagen A member of Atlas Athletes from Olympic leads the pack at the second annual Frosty Moss relay race held along the Olympic Peninsula on Saturday. Atlas Athletes won the 80-mile race in a time of 9 hours, 29 minutes, 15 seconds.

PREP BASKETBALL: Hardwood Classic will go on in light of coronavirus

As of now, this week’s Washington’s high school state basketball tournaments will go on as scheduled, the… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men hold on for dear life to qualify for the NWAC Tourney

In a game that featured 46 personal fouls and 64 free throws and a furious Edmonds comeback in the second half, the… Continue reading

HARDWOOD CLASSIC: Opponents, times set for Port Angeles, Neah Bay, Clallam Bay girls

Opponents and times have been set at the 2A and 1B girls state basketball tournaments for Clallam Bay, Neah Bay and Port Angeles… Continue reading

STATE REGIONAL BASKETBALL: Port Angeles girls fall in thriller; Neah Bay and Clallam Bay girls win Class 1B games

Three North Olympic girls basketball teams heading to state tournaments

STATE REGIONAL PREVIEW: No. 6 Port Angeles will try and solve regional riddle against eerily similar No. 3 Tumwater

Clallam Bay plays Friday night; Neah Bay at noon Saturday all at Mount Tahoma High School

OUTDOORS: Are baleen whales and salmon competing for resources off Pacific Coast?

BLACKMOUTH ANGLING OPENS Sunday in Marine areas 5 (Sekiu) and 6 (Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca), so salmon anglers take note. Sunday also is… Continue reading

ADVENTURE SPORTS: Frosty Moss Relay returns Saturday

Participation doubles, trails clear ahead of Saturday race

M’s Crawford put in the time

Offseason training regimen helped shortstop gain weight

Russell Wilson against labor proposal

Conventional wisdom among those who follow the NFL is that its players are likely to approve a… Continue reading

M’s Long has shot at break-out season

Standing at his locker in the Seattle Mariners spring training clubhouse one morning last week, Shed… Continue reading

SPORTS NOTEBOOK: Chimacum joining Class 1B/2B Northwest League next fall

With Chimacum School District’s announcement of a new home for its junior and senior high school athletic programs, the final piece of the… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Cedar Johnson, Clallam Bay basketball

Clallam Bay’s Cedar Johnson had a huge game in the Bruins’ 1B Tri-District finale against Muckleshoot Tribal School. She hit five 3-pointers and scored 24… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: New volleyball academy thriving; Port Angeles state swim final results and more

Momentum One Volleyball Academy is a new nonprofit youth volleyball club formed in September. Momentum One welcomes athletes throughout the Olympic Peninsula.… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates men, women will have lots to play for Wednesday

The Peninsula College basketball women have put themselves in a position for a share of the North Division title, while the men’s squad… Continue reading