SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s soccer upsets No. 2-ranked Walla Walla

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College Pirates made a very loud noise in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community College soccer world Saturday with a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles soccer, volleyball teams eliminated from playoffs

YELM -- The Port Angeles girls soccer season ended with heartbreak after a subdistrict loser-out loss to Yelm on Tuesday night. The Roughriders (6-8-1), who… Continue reading

High school football results

FRIDAY RESULTS Adna 42, White Pass/Morton 0 Almira/Coulee-Hartline 46, Wellpinit 0 Archbishop Murphy 56, Coupeville 0 Asotin 36, Tekoa-Oakesdale/Rosalia 19 Auburn Mountainview 13, Franklin Pierce… Continue reading

UPDATE: Injured player from Chimacum-Life Christian game released from hospital

PORT TOWNSEND — A football player from Life Christian Academy High School in Tacoma has been released from Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after suffering… Continue reading

OUTDOORS COLUMN: Silvers galore in Strait of Juan de Fuca

EDITOR'S NOTE: Outdoors columnist Matt Schubert is on vacation. His columns will resume Wednesday. The kings are a little shy but the silvers are coming… Continue reading

SPORTS: High school football previews

PORT ANGELES -- Week five marks the midpoint of the 10-week high school football regular season and nearly all local schools are still alive in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend dunks Sequim in swimming; other prep reports

SEQUIM -- Port Townsend's girls swimming team swamped the undermanned Sequim Wolves 127-35 in Olympic League action at Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center on Thursday. The… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Port Angeles graduate hikes Continental Divide Trail

SOME DUDES WERE made for walking. Port Angeles native Dylan Carlson is one of those types. The 26-year-old Port Angeles High School Class of 2001… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend sweeps in cross country; other prep reports

PORT TOWNSEND -- Port Townsend swept both the boys and girls portions of its Olympic League cross country meet against Bremerton and North Mason on… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTEBOOK: Port Townsend football team has stellar defense

THERE'S AN INHERENT difficulty that comes with writing a preseason football preview. Namely, nobody really knows what to expect. The coaches might have an idea,… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Buying a set of perfect clubs

TALK ABOUT DELAYED gratification. With invitations to come and tee it up springing forth from courses and clubs across the North Olympic Peninsula as a… Continue reading

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

• Last Chance -- The LaPush Last Chance Salmon Derby comes to the West End this Saturday and Sunday. The event includes prizes for coho… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Free admission to Olympic National Park Saturday

THAT SOCIALIST OBAMA is at it again. Another round of free handouts is coming down the pike. But this isn't your typical corporate bailout. Oh… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: It’s time for the PDN mushroom contest again

HISTORIANS WILL CALL it a seminal moment some day. For it was then, and only then, that mushrooms were brought out of the shadows and… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT OUTDOORS: Time for mushroom photo contest again — do you got what it takes?

HISTORIANS WILL CALL it a seminal moment some day. For it was then, and only then, that mushrooms were brought out of the shadows and… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN ON GOLF: A big show and Homer Simpson

THE WASHINGTON STATE Convention and Trade Center transforms into the biggest pro shop in the Pacific Northwest this weekend when it hosts Golf Fest Northwest,… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTEBOOK: It’s all about the Benjamins

THE STORY BEHIND the story this prep sports year is all about the Benjamins. Decreases in funding for school districts across the state have led… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles, Sequim boys tennis teams stay unbeaten

PORT ANGELES -- Micah Roos was on fire, not losing a single game, to spark the Port Angeles boys tennis team to its third consecutive… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim loses in football; other prep results

SUMNER -- Injuries to key personnel and a stagnant offense inside the red zone led to the Sequim football team's 21-7 loss to Class 1A… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend’s Piatt holds on for Salt Creek boys crown

JOYCE -- Bereket Piatt is number two no more. The Port Townsend junior proved he'll be a force to be reckoned with this cross country… Continue reading