SPORTS: One final thrill show for Auto Daredevils

PORT ANGELES -- Bob Hanna keeps saying he's dropping the daredevil game. Before the 76-year-old stunt veteran does that, however, he's going to drop a… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Flossing is a controversial way to fish

THE STATE'S SPORTFISHING rules pamphlet has its share of contradictions. None is bigger than the regulations governing flossing. No, we're not talking about good dental… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Taking a shot at a big payday

HALF A MILLION dollars will be on the line Friday at Peninsula Golf Club in Port Angeles. No, notorious golf course gambler Michael Jordan isn't… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College beats Edmonds 2-1 in men’s soccer

VANCOUVER, Wash. -- The Peninsula College men's soccer team shaded Edmonds 2-1 at Clark Community College on Tuesday. The Pirates were ahead 2-0 at halftime… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles shuts out Forks in girls soccer; other prep reports

FORKS -- Port Angeles pulled back its top players in the second half while beating an undermanned Forks 8-0 in a nonleague girls soccer game… Continue reading

PREP NOTEBOOK: Sequim shows depth in football talent

TALK ABOUT A competitive advantage. Sequim football coach Erik Wiker doesn't just have the best quarterback on the North Olympic Peninsula in Drew Rickerson. He… Continue reading

SPORTS: Hungry Wolves devour Forks 58-7

FORKS -- As much as things changed for the Sequim Wolves this offseason, the results look pretty familiar. The Wolves' revamped offensive and defensive lines… Continue reading

SPORTS: Roughriders snap 12-game losing streak bigtime; other prep football results

SEATTLE -- The Tom Wahl era started off with a bang Friday night. The Port Angeles football team snapped a 12-game losing streak with a… Continue reading

SPORTS: High school football scores

Adna 28, Wahkiakum 7 Almira/Coulee-Hartline 68, Wellpinit 34 Anacortes 21, Mount Vernon 19 Archbishop Murphy 37, Ellensburg 3 Arlington 26, Mariner 12 Asotin 43, Orofino,… Continue reading

It’s time for football — our annual Peninsula preview section debuts today!

Prep football opens across the North Olympic Peninsula today, and the Peninsula Daily News' annual preview section kicks off the season in grand style. The… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Hunters hoping for some wet weather

A LITTLE RAIN would do North Olympic Peninsula hunters some good. With hunting season officially underway -- archery deer, archery cougar, grouse hunts all began… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College women’s soccer team makes history with its first goal; Pirate men tie Whatcom, 0-0

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College women's soccer team scored its first goal while playing its first home game in history at Civic Field on… Continue reading

SPORTS: Week One preview of Peninsula high school football games

SEQUIM -- After five league titles in six years, the Sequim Wolves' reputation precedes them. Even with several key players gone from last year's 10-2… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Good time to go after Port Townsend coho

NOW COULD BE the time to head out to Marrowstone Island. Word of coho running through Admiralty Inlet is picking up more volume than a… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: State was a golfing mecca for a couple of weeks

MOST 21st BIRTHDAYS are later remembered in bits and pieces. Judging from his post-tournament comments, 2010 U.S. Amateur champion Peter Uihlein's recent birthday may not… Continue reading

SPORTS: Recalling Port Angeles High’s fabled 2000 soccer team

PORT ANGELES -- It might be the greatest anomaly in Port Angeles High School sports history: A boys soccer team that couldn't lose. That's exactly… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Hunting season is right around the corner

BETTER GET THOSE broadheads sharpened. Early archery hunting season is but a few days away on the North Olympic Peninsula. Bow hunters get first crack… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Quilcene offers antler display; hunting season right around corner

EVERY SET OF horns has its own circumstances. That's what makes the Quilcene Antler Show such a special event for organizer Mari Phillips. "It's just… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: U.S. Amateur is still a pretty big deal

AT ONE TIME hoisting the Theodore Havemeyer trophy as the year's top U.S. Amateur was the pinnacle of the American golfing experience. The amateur, being… Continue reading

Longtime Forks fishing and hunting guide back in business following severe injury

FORKS -- The outdoors defined Stephen Gordon Gracey. The wooded areas and rivers of the North Olympic Peninsula and Alaska were his life. As a… Continue reading