SPORTS: Quilcene boys lose at buzzer to Pe Ell in state 2B tourney

Peninsula Daily News news sources SPOKANE -- Daniel Duncan scored 11 points, including a game-winning 3-pointer with six seconds left, as Pe Ell beat Quilcene… Continue reading

  • Mar 5, 2009

SPORTS: Port Townsend starts slow, then wins first state tournament game

YAKIMA -- Hard to believe, but the Port Townsend boys basketball team showed up late to the late game. The wait was well worth it.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend wins first state tournament game; Quilcene loses at buzzer

PDN news sources YAKIMA — Joe Aase scored 14 points and Walker Wilson chipped in 11 as Port Townsend raced away from Granger 41-27 on… Continue reading

  • Mar 5, 2009

SPORTS: 5-9 Port Townsend team leader stands tall on the court

PORT TOWNSEND -- It's easy to forget Port Townsend senior Dakotah Pine's size, or lack thereof. Parker McClelland, who at 6-foot-5 towers over his 5-9… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles girls come up short, end season

AUBURN -- The Port Angeles girls basketball team made the last shot. Unfortunately for the Roughriders, it was a hair little too late. The Roughriders… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Click here to see one incredible steelhead

TO KEEP OR not to keep, that is the question. For a number of anglers, it isn't even a debate when it comes to wild… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay girls bring home trophy

YAKIMA -- The Neah Bay girls basketball team brought back its second trophy in as many seasons from the Class 1B state tournament at the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Tough choice — Bosworth’s autobiography or this column

THE HAND HATH been forced. For whatever reason, the editors of the PDN found it necessary to publish a letter to the editor concerning yours… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend loses, eliminated from tournament

The dream matchup between the Port Townsend and Chimacum girls basketball teams with a state berth in the balance won't happen. The two teams were… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend basketball team lives to play on by winning home finale

PORT TOWNSEND ¬­-- The Port Townsend boys basketball team's season lived on after a convincing 52-30 victory over Cedar Park Christian in loser-out Class 1A… Continue reading

SPORTS: Wrestling only physical? Just ask the participants about the ‘stress level’

THE ONE WORD that pops up the most at state: mental. No, it's not in reference to how crazy one has to be to put… Continue reading

SPORTS: Do or have-to-do-more for Port Angeles girls basketball team tonight

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles girls basketball team can make its road to the Class 3A state tournament a whole lot easier tonight. Beat… Continue reading

SPORTS: Camp, Dixon win state wrestling titles

TACOMA -- Want a title for Port Angeles heavyweight John Camp's march toward the Class 3A state crown? Let's go with "Done in 60 seconds."… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend girls win No. 3 seed with victory over Chimacum

CHIMACUM -- Port Townsend High School girls basketball team won the No. 3 seed to the Class 1A Tri-district tournament with its second victory in… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Sunny, dry days spook the fish

SOMEONE MIGHT WANT to send out a search party for winter, because I'm not sure where it went. Isn't February on the North Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

SPORTS: Mat Classic beckons Peninsula wrestlers

TACOMA -- John Camp of Port Angeles is four wins away from closing out his prep wrestling career with a perfect senior season. Meanwhile, several… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Peninsula clams, clamming still sickly

THE MOST PRISTINE, untouched coastline in the state rests on the North Olympic Peninsula. With a few notable exceptions, Peninsula beaches have been controlled by… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim ends season with loss to Olympic

Boys Basketball Olympic 47, Sequim 40 SILVERDALE -- Sequim wrapped up the regular season with a loss to the Trojans on Tuesday. Ary Webb led… Continue reading

Atlanta bound? Griffey says decision hasn’t been made

PDN news sources The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported today that former Mariner Ken Griffey Jr. had spurned the Mariners to sign with the Atlanta Braves, but… Continue reading

  • Feb 17, 2009

SPORTS: Pirates bumped aside by Skagit Valley

PORT ANGELES -- Valentine's Day delivered a pair of heart-breakers to the Stewart household in Peninsula College's NWAACC North Division basketball doubleheader against Skagit Valley… Continue reading