SPORTS: Sequim shuts out Port Angeles in soccer opener

PORT ANGELES -- Rivals Sequim and Port Angeles kicked off the 2009 boys soccer season with a nonleague contest won by the Wolves 4-0 on… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim loses first state 2A tournament game, plays again today

YAKIMA -- It took just three minutes for the Sequim boys basketball team's dreams of a Cinderella run through the Class 2A state tournament to… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Our man in Yakima waxes poetically about the Peninsula

SAY WHAT YOU want about Yakima, just don't call it the "Palm Springs of Washington." Having visited the town that time forgot two weeks in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Ludlow golf course paring down to 18 holes

THE RESORT AT Port Ludlow has changed the format for playing its golf course. It will now be an 18-hole golf course instead of a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim ready to make run at 2A state crown

SEQUIM -- The Sequim boys basketball team has the rest of the Class 2A state tournament field right where it wants them: receiving all the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Next up for Peninsula’s state title hopes . . . Sequim Wolves

TACOMA -- Sequim's boys basketball team is heading to state after beating Steilacoom in a winner-to-state, loser-out West Central District game Friday night at Foss… Continue reading

SPORTS: Quilcene’s state bubble bursts in state turnament

SPOKANE -- The Quilcene boys basketball team finally ran out of gas at the state 2B tournament Friday in Spokane Arena. The Rangers, who won… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend comes back to win consolation bracket for third place in state

YAKIMA -- Dakotah Pine rarely looks for his shot. In the waning moments of Port Townsend's third-place game against Bellevue Christian, it found him. The… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College women win first NWAACC tournament game, lose second

KENNEWICK -- The Peninsula College women's basketball team made history by winning its first game at the NWAACC Tournament on Friday at the Toyota Center.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend loses in state tournament; consolation game today at 5 p.m.

YAKIMA — The Port Townsend boys basketball team finally dug a hole it couldn’t get itself out of at the Class 1A state tournament. The… Continue reading

SPORTS: Quilcene wins first state basketball tournament game ever, tries for No. 2 today

SPOKANE -- Chris Bacchus is having the tournament of his lifetime while Quilcene teammate Nate Burlingame is trying to get well and find his legs… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend digs itself out of hole, wins second state tourney game; another game tonight

YAKIMA -- The group that perfected the comeback may have authored is masterpiece on Thursday night. Down by as many as 17 points to begin… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend wins; two games from state title

YAKIMA — The group that perfected the comeback may have authored is masterpiece on Thursday night. Down by as many as 17 points to begin… Continue reading

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