SPORTS: Peninsula College soccer teams scrimmage against Clark College

PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula College men’s and women’s soccer teams are coming off Final Four appearances and both teams have their sights set on… Continue reading

LEE HORTON’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Take two kings in Neah Bay

HERE’S ADDED INCENTIVE to head to Neah Bay this weekend, courtesy of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Starting today anglers in the ocean… Continue reading

LEE HORTON’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Time for silvers to shine

BLINK AND YOU’LL miss the saltwater chinook season. At least that’s how it feels. The king season is closed in Sekiu and Port Angeles starting… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN ON GOLF: Quilcene golfer claims amputee title

QUILCENE GOLFER CLINT Allen recently claimed the Third Flight Double Amputee title at the Western Amputee Golf Association (WAGA) Championship Double at River Bend Golf… Continue reading

SPORTS: High school football practice starts Wednesday

The forecast may be for a scorching hot week, but fall is right around the corner. That is evident because it’s almost time for the… Continue reading

United States' Kevin Durant reacts during  the men's gold medal basketball game against Spain. The Associated Press

OLYMPICS UPDATE — US wins gold, beats Spain 107-100 in men’s hoops. Closing ceremonies at 8 p.m. tonight. Pop party extravaganza planned.

EDITOR'S NOTE: — The Olympics wind up today, with closing ceremonies in London on NBC from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. (local time) tonight. Taped.… Continue reading

  • Aug 12, 2012
  • By BRIAN MAHONEY AP Basketball Writer
United States' Kevin Durant reacts during  the men's gold medal basketball game against Spain. The Associated Press

LEE HORTON’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Salmon derby honors wounded soldiers

THE WOUNDED WARRIOR Project logo is a silhouette of a soldier carrying another, injured soldier. “As far as we’re concerned, that says it all,” Bert… Continue reading

LEE HORTON’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Summer river fishing guidelines

YOU HAVE TO get up pretty early in the morning to have a chance at a productive fishing day on the rivers. For reasons I… Continue reading

Allyson Felix of the United States wins gold in 200 meters

By The New York Times News Service Allyson Felix of the United States won her first individual Olympic gold medal on Wednesday night, surging down… Continue reading

  • Aug 8, 2012
  • By The New York Times News Service

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Port Ludlow hosting junior tournament

THE PGA CHAMPIONSHIP isn’t the only golf trophy up for grabs this week. Closer to home, at Port Ludlow Golf Club, 128 junior boys golfers… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles 12U Babe Ruth team closes out World Series while playing well

ALACHUA, Fla. — The Port Angeles 12U Babe Ruth softball team survived the tropical storms but couldn’t get by national powerhouse Pitt County, N.C., and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles 12U all-stars play seven-hour game because of tropical storms at World Series

ALACHUA, Fla. — The Port Angeles 12U softball all-stars were expecting a grueling World Series. Just not this grueling. What was supposed to be a… Continue reading

Bicyclists climb the road to Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park last year. Park fees will be waived for riders in Sunday's recreational "Ride the Hurricane" event. Russ Veenema

Recreational ‘Ride the Hurricane’ set for Sunday

PORT ANGELES — Ride the Hurricane, the third annual bicycle ride set for Sunday, keeps growing. More than 400 riders are registered for the recreational… Continue reading

Bicyclists climb the road to Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park last year. Park fees will be waived for riders in Sunday's recreational "Ride the Hurricane" event. Russ Veenema

SPORTS: Wilder Baseball eliminated from Babe Ruth World Series after 4-2 loss

WEIMAR, Texas — Wilder Baseball’s run through the Babe Ruth World Series ended Thursday night when they lost 4-2 to host team Texas Tri-Counties. Kyle… Continue reading

LEE HORTON’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Chinook dividing line

WHEN I HIKED Cape Flattery last month I recognized I was standing at the point where the Strait of Juan de Fuca meets the mighty… Continue reading

LEE HORTON’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Olympic fun in real time

I’VE BEEN WATCHING a lot of Seattle Mariners games the last month or two. It has become a bit of a nightly routine for me:… Continue reading

SPORTS: Grueling schedule and Florida heat awaits Port Angeles 12U World Series team

ALACHUA, Fla. — The Port Angeles 12U state and Pacific Northwest regional champion is being sent to a tough-love, drill-sergeant-like camp compared to what Wilder… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Olympic decision a bust

THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC Committee made a big mistake in bringing golf back as an Olympic sport. Their mistake? Delaying the tournament's return until 2016. Golf… Continue reading

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SPORTS: Port Angeles 12U all-star softball team takes small ball to World Series

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles 12U all-star softball team bunted its way through state and regional tournaments, and now will take its small-ball act… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

SPORTS: Wilder Baseball pounds Eagle Pass, Texas, set to advance at World Series

WEIMAR, Texas — Wilder Baseball evened its record at 2-2 in 16-18 Babe Ruth World Series pool play with a dominant 6-1 win over Eagle… Continue reading