MATT SCHUBERT COLUMN: ‘Madman’ goes to watch the roller derby ‘dolls’

TALK ABOUT A quandary. How exactly does a man write about a flat track roller derby event without sounding like a complete creep? Can I… Continue reading

Bye-bye FSN: New name — Root Sports — same channel for Mariners games starting tonight

Peninsula Daily News news sources It's April 1, but this is no foolin' -- for years Seattle Mariners fans have watched most games on Fox… Continue reading

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MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: No April fooling, new fishing license needed today

WE’VE ALL DONE it before (or at least I have). You head out to your favorite hole in all your outdoor duds, you get to… Continue reading

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

■ Derby days — Peninsula anglers get another blackmouth derby with the inaugural Discovery Bay Volunteer Fire Fighters Salmon Derby coming to the east side… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks boys soccer loses 1-0 heartbreaker to Tenino

TENINO — The Forks boys soccer team left the rain forest for the I-5 corridor to get in an Evergreen Division game despite two days… Continue reading

SPORTS: Madison, Doherty named to all-state basketball teams

SEATTLE — Port Angeles senior Jessica Madison finished her career as the Roughriders’ all-time leading scorer. Now, she may very well be the first Port… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Salmon derbies spawn

BLESSED ARE THE litigious. They are given two salmon derbies where there was once one. Six weeks after the Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby had its… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Getting smart about phones; Discovery Bay and SkyRidge events

I ENTERED THE age of the smartphone by purchasing a used Android phone recently. I’m young enough to have never lived in a home without… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim holds off Port Townsend 8-4 in baseball; other prep reports

SEQUIM — Drew Rickerson was nearly untouchable for four innings. He did just well enough to survive the next two. Rickerson struck out eight and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Lazy T’s and 7 Cedars Casino take top awards at Nate Crippen Memorial Tournament

FORKS — Lazy T’s and 7 Cedars Casino were the big winners at the popular Nate Crippen Memorial basketball tournament last weekend. The tournament, a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles boys soccer team defeats Chimacum 5-1 in first meeting between the two schools in that sport; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles boys soccer team spread the joy around as five players scored in a 5-1 nonleague victory over Chimacum on… Continue reading

PREP NOTES: Crescent football coach Rooney steps down

THE ARCHITECT OF the Crescent football team’s return to relevance stepped down Friday. After building the Loggers into a competitive eight-man program following a decade… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s habit of winning in sports has inspiration from its president

PORT ANGELES — Tom Keegan knows as well as anyone what an NWAACC championship team looks like. He’d been a part of two during a… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Port Angeles-area fishing super hot right now

WHO NEEDS SCANTILY CLAD coeds? Spring break doesn’t have to be about benders, bathing suits and extended bathroom breaks. The way blackmouth fishing is going… Continue reading

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

■ Sekiu blackmouth — The chinook are all the rage out by Port Angeles these days. But the way these things usually work, that will… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles plays powerhouse Kingston even in boys soccer; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles boys soccer team took Olympic League powerhouse Kingston to the limit, settling for a 0-0 tie Thursday. The two… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Snowskate competition ‘brings back days of old’

IT MUST BE spring: The waiting list for bike repairs is one-week long at Sound Bikes and Kayaks in Port Angeles. Luckily, the last vestige… Continue reading

SPORTS: Four-way Joyce meet results

Four-way Meet at Crescent School (Joyce) Top 3 March 23 GIRLS Team scores: 1 Crescent, 113; 2 Port Angeles, 55; 3 Clallam Bay, 37; 4… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Area features top prep golfers

THE TITLE OF the late, great soul singer Sam Cooke’s “A Change is Gonna Come” has proven prophetic for Olympic League High School golf. A… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles boys soccer team shuts out Port Townsend 2-0 on new Peninsula College soccer field; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles boys soccer team opened the new Peninsula College soccer field in style Tuesday. The Roughriders shut out Port Townsend… Continue reading