MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: SunLand’s Tyler Sweet wins Las Vegas tourney

SunLand Golf & Country Club general manager and head pro Tyler Sweet accomplished something last week in Las Vegas that nearly every visitor to the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend beats Sequim 6-1 in soccer; Port Angeles soccer in playoffs; other preps

SEQUIM -- The Port Townsend girls soccer team put the finishing touches on its regular season with a 6-1 win over Olympic League rival Sequim… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles B White youth football team earns playoff spot

NEAH BAY -- The Port Angeles B White team earned a playoff position by beating Neah Bay 27-20 in a youth football game Saturday in… Continue reading

PREP NOTES: Cameron Moon a bright spot for Roughriders

IT WOULD BE hard to blame Cameron Moon for the Port Angeles football team's struggles this fall. The three-year letterman has more than carried his… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum hangs tough, then collapses under Cascade Christian charge

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Chimacum football team dueled with Class 1A No. 3 Cascade Christian for three quarters before the Cougars pulled away with a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Frustration builds as Port Angeles stays winless

PORT ANGELES -- An already difficult season took an even more frustrating turn for the Port Angeles football team on Friday night. The Bremerton Knights… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim on track for league title

SEQUIM -- The Sequim football team remained on track for a Nisqually/Olympic League title with a 41-6 victory over Eatonville on Friday night. Eatonville kept… Continue reading

SPORTS: High school football scores

Friday's results Almira/Coulee-Hartline 86, Pateros 46 Archbishop Murphy 28, South Whidbey 6 Arlington 47, Snohomish 13 Asotin 14, Waitsburg-Prescott 7 Auburn 28, Tahoma 7 Bellevue… Continue reading

  • Oct 24, 2009

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Salmon arriving big-time in area rivers

WANT A LONG-winded discussion? Try speculating what makes salmon move into the rivers. Moon cycles, moisture, a highly motivated libido . . . one could… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Matt Schubert’s five best things to do this weekend

• Strait salmon -- Want some alone time out on the water? Most anglers have fur on the brain at this point in the year,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Area teams excel at Olympic League cross country meet

SEQUIM -- Bereket Piatt held on for as long as he could. Unfortunately for the Port Townsend junior, it was about 400 yards short. Piatt… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preview of high school football games this weekend

PORT ANGELES -- With three weeks remaining in the 2009 prep football season, the great majority of area teams remain eligible for playoff action. Only… Continue reading

SPORTS: Rochester nips Forks in girls soccer; other prep reports

FORKS -- The Forks High School girls soccer team stayed ahead of Rochester most of the game but lost 3-1 in Southwest Washington League action… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College ties 1-1 with Tacoma; Pirates tied for first place

TACOMA -- The Peninsula College men's soccer team tied 1-1 with Tacoma on Wednesday afternoon. All the scoring came in the second half. Tacoma scored… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Cedars at Dungeness to host Pro-Pro and Pro-Am

PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS ASSOCIATION (PGA) pros converge on Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course in Sequim next Wednesday through Nov. 1 for a pair of two-day golf… Continue reading

PAT NEAL COLUMN: Why they call it sport fi$hing

IT WAS ANOTHER tough week in the news. The latest Department of Fish and Wildlife 2010 sport fishing proposals came out. Translating the fishing laws… Continue reading

SPORTS: Eagles semipro football team looks to move back to Sequim, Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES -- The Olympic Peninsula Eagles semipro football team is on the move, again. New owner Mike McMahan is looking to bring the Eagles… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles tennis doubles team makes district; other prep reports

POULSBO -- The Port Angeles boys tennis team was forced to eat its own during the final day of the Olympic League boys tennis championships… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum bests Port Townsend in volleyball; Neah Bay wins

PORT TOWNSEND -- Chimacum held off archrival Port Townsend in a nonleague volleyball match Monday. The Cowboys beat the Redskins 3-1 to improve to 5-8… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend Braves beat Port Angeles White; other youth football action

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Port Townsend Braves swept the Port Angeles White teams Saturday afternoon in youth football action. Chimacum football, meanwhile, won 2-of-3 games… Continue reading