Sports: Quilcene eliminated in state basketball tournament

SPOKANE -- Sunshine Nilson scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Morton past Quilcene 61-42 Thursday in the consolation quarterfinals at the state… Continue reading

Sports: Port Townsend girls clinch berth

By Tim Roach UNIVERSITY PLACE -- The Port Townsend High School girls basketball team clinched a state Class 2A Championship Tournament berth on Tuesday and… Continue reading

  • Mar 3, 2004

Sports: Cinderella season ends for Peninsula College

By Doug Flanagan KENNEWICK -- When Peter Stewart took over as the head coach of the Peninsula College men's basketball team two years ago, he… Continue reading

  • Mar 2, 2004

Sports: Peninsula College men wallop Walla Walla

KENNEWICK -- Even though his team suffered through a miserable 3-21 campaign a year ago, Peninsula College men's basketball coach Peter Stewart knew it had… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles girls come from behind to win

PORT ANGELES -- Nicole Morgan scored 15 points in the second half and the Port Angeles High School girls basketball team stormed back from a… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim loses in basketball playoffs

FEDERAL WAY -- Mount Rainier came back in the second half to end the season for Sequim in the Class 2A West Central District boys… Continue reading

Sports: Neah Bay loses in district playoff game

SEATTLE -- The reining Class B state boys basketball champions delayed the celebration for the Neah Bay Red Devils in the Tri-District playoffs Tuesday night… Continue reading

Sports: Rally today sends off Peninsula College basketball team to leage tourney

PORT ANGELES -- The sendoff party for the Peninsula College men's basketball team to the league championship tournament is today starting at noon. The general… Continue reading

Sports: Peninsula College wins division title

PORT ANGELES -- One by one the players on the Peninsula College men's basketball team cut down the net. And many of the 400 or… Continue reading

Sports: Forks girls land berth in district tourney

FORKS -- The Forks girls basketball team ripped Rochester 72-44 to capture a berth in the district tournament and just as importantly are a win… Continue reading

Sports: Peninsula College goes for league title

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team can wrap up the division championship for the first time in four years with a win… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles loss ends Roughrider season

GIG HARBOR -- "It was one of those nights where nothing seemed to be right,"' Port Angeles coach Lee Sinnes said of the Roughriders' 42-31… Continue reading

Sports: Port Townsend keeps momentum with win

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Port Townsend High School girls basketball team had five starters score in double figures in a 68-42 victory over Steilacoom on… Continue reading

Sports: Steelhead retention ban will affect North Olympic Peninsula the most

OLYMPIA -- The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission approved a two-year ban on wild steelhead retention late last week. Steelhead anglers on the North Olympic… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles High School football coach heading for southern (Washington) climes

PORT ANGELES -- Head football coach Dan Novick will leave Port Angeles High School at the end of the school year. He's accepted the same… Continue reading

Sports: Port Townsend girls hand coach his 100th victory

PORT TOWNSEND -- Port Townsend High School girls basketball coach John Stroeder won his 100th game on Friday as the Redskins beat Sequim 39-25 in… Continue reading

Sports: Pair leads strong contingent to subregional wrestling tourney

Big Cory Looney of Port Angeles High School and undefeated junior Keith Johnson of Port Townsend High School lead a strong group of Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

Sports: Jubilant Peninsula College says, “We’re No. 1!”

PORT ANGELES -- This was just the kind of game the Peninsula College men's basketball team expected. The Pirates jumped out to a 15-point lead… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles girls defeat Emerald Ridge in basketball

PORT ANGELES -- Four players scored in double figures to spark the Port Angeles High School girls basketball team to a Martin Luther King Jr.… Continue reading

Sports: Peninsula College women lost to Everett

PORT ANGELES -- Four players scored in double-digits for the Peninsula College women's basketball team Wednesday night but the Pirates let a 12-point, second-half lead… Continue reading